Last week Cycling Sports Group held their annual dealer exhibition to display the Cannondale 2015 line-up. Sigma Sports traveled to CSG HQ to check out what you can expect to see from Cannondale in the upcoming year.
Top of the range, the Cannondale SuperSix Evo Black Inc 2015 is equipped with, state of the art, ENVE wheels and finishing kit, as well as a Cannondale Hollowgram SiSL2 Crankset and a Shimano Dura-Ace 9000 drivetrain. Stealth black never looked so cool.
A glistening paint scheme with gold trim adds a touch of class and sets the SuperSix Evo Black Inc apart from the competition.
The Cannondale Synapse Carbon Ultegra Disc 2015 features Mavic’s new Aksium One Disc wheelset and comes in a Cannondale signature colour scheme. The modular carbon fibre frame is both comfortable and responsive and ideal for long distance road riding and sportives.
Fabric are new to the saddle world. Their range of lightweight, stylish and supportive saddles adorn many of the 2015 Cannondale bike range. In the case of the Synapse Carbon Ultegra Disc, a Fabric Scoop, matching the frame’s colour, is a nice finishing touch.
The number 71 can be found on many Cannondale 2015 bikes and signifies the birth of the company in 1971.
Cannondale’s Synapse is not just for men. There is a women's Synapse as well that features Shimano wheels and an FSA crankset. As with all of the Cannondale range, a distinctive paint scheme makes this bike look rather special.
Bikes do not get much faster than this. The Slice is Cannondale’s time trial and triathlon specific range. Boasting eye-catching colour schemes, an aerodynamic geometry and internal routing, this is a true, race ready machine.
Fizik have added their Tritone time trial specific saddle to the Slice, adding comfort and support when putting the power down in a race.
Designed for Cannondale Pro Cycling track superstar, Elia Viviani, the Cannondale CAAD10 Track comes in a stunning green and silver paint scheme. Made from renowned Cannondale CAAD aluminium and featuring specific track gearing.
Looking for a do-it-all bike for the trails, the odd bit of commuting or for a season of cyclocross racing? The Cannondale CAADX range is just what you need. Disc equipped, rugged, well specced and available in a range of bright colour schemes. So nice in fact you may think twice about getting it muddy.
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