I bought a Cannondale CAAD10 (2015) in the last April, and it was equipped with Schwalbe Lugano 700x25c clincher road tires. After a few months on them pair, I decided to write a review.
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American bicycle manufacturer Cannondale has revealed its new models: New SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD and the new generation of the aluminum CAAD (Cannondale advanced aluminum design) series: CAAD12. Cannondale has skipped the number 11 after CAAD10 and give the new bike the number 12. They went with 12 because they felt it was too big a leap in performance to call it an 11.
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Cannondale CAAD8 shares the proven race geometry of its more expensive brethren but with a slightly taller head tube (+1.5 cm) for a more relaxed riding position. It also built of a lesser quality aluminum than the CAAD10. But it is still a great entry-level road bike. As cannondale claims, “This is the bike for people who’ve been inspired by the peloton and are ready to start being a ‘cyclist'”.
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Cannondale is producing award-winning CAAD (Cannondale Advanced Aluminum Design) series of road bikes since 1983. CAAD10 is the current generation of the American bike manufacturer’s top aluminum frame.
CAAD frames are legendary, because they’re lighter, stiffer, and smoother riding than many elite carbon frames. Cannondale claims that the CAAD10 is the most sophisticated, highest performance aluminum race bike ever made.
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You don’t have to spend a bulk of money to ride a high-performance road bike. Cannondale’s award-winning CAAD (Cannondale Advanced Aluminum Design) series of road bikes (since 1983) still offers best price/performance ratio.
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