Cannondale launches New SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD and CAAD12

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 […]

Cannondale CAAD8 2014

Cannondale CAAD8 2014 shares the same proven race geometry of its more expensive brother, the CAAD10, 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 […]

Cannondale 2015 Road Bike Series -III- CAAD8

CAAD8 is a good entry-level racing geometry road bike. If you want to enter the road biking world, but don’t want to spend a lot of money, this is a really good option. Tubes inspired by its CAAD10 sibling, a lightweight frame (Cannondale claims it’s the lightest in its class), with more forgiving Heads-Up Race […]

Cannondale 2015 Road Bike Series -II- CAAD10

“Lighter, stiffer and smoother than many elite carbon frames”. This is the slogan of the Cannondale CAAD10, American bicycle manufacturer’s most popular aluminium frame series. CAAD10 is lightweight, stiff, and fast. Its EVO-like geometry gives you razor-sharp cornering and aggressive race positioning. This year also two disc build options are available, for the first time.

Cannondale 2015 Road Bike Series – I – Super Six EVO

Cannondale has revealed its 2015 model road bike series. Like the previous year, there are 3 elite road models (Carbon SuperSix EVO, aluminum CAAD10, and CAAD8) and 2 endurance road models (Synapse Carbon and Synapse). SuperSix EVO is the admiral ship of the American bike manufacturer. Price ranges of SuperSix EVO carbon series from $2270 […]

9 unique custom-painted Cannondale EVO bikes for 9 Tour de France riders

Cannondale Pro Cycling Team has announced its roster for the 101st edition of the Tour de France. The American bike manufacturer made nine unique, custom-painted Cannondale EVO bikes for nine Tour riders, with the slogan of “The Nine Wonders of 2014 Tour de France”.