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Cannondale's new bike packaging is better for the environment, your bike, and mechanics

Cannondale has announced it will move to fully recyclable packaging across its entire range of bikes. Last month we reported that Trek ha...

Bikes of the Staff Bunch: Wade Wallace's Cannondale 6 Pack to Go

In the latest instalment of Bikes of the Bunch, we’re taking an in-house look at another CyclingTips staff member’s bike. This time aroun...

Check out EF's wild Palace kit for the Giro d'Italia

EF Pro Cycling's normal kit is mostly pink. The leader's jersey at the Giro d'Italia is also pink. Something had to be done. That somethi...

2020 Tour de France tech: Inside EF’s tubeless tire foam party

At no other time in modern road racing history has there been such a multi-pronged assault on the once-untouchable tubular tire. However,...

Cannondale and GT have ditched model years

Cannondale and GT appear to be following the lead of Cervelo and most boutique brands by removing year models from their websites and mov...

Video review: Cannondale's full suspension gravel ebike, the Topstone NEO Lefty

Cannondale's take on e-gravel comes in the form of the Topstone NEO Lefty, and slightly longer, slightly slacker, motorized version of th...

Cannondale Topstone Carbon Lefty review: Suspension makes it better

The new Cannondale Topstone Carbon Lefty is basically the same as the standard Topstone Carbon, but now with a suspension fork and a swit...

Cannondale's new 2021 Scalpel is a more capable cross country race machine

Cannondale’s Scalpel is to cross country racing what tea is to hot water. The two just go hand-in-hand, and even way back in 2001, the Sc...

Cannondale CAAD13 review: more aero, but less stiff and distinctive

Cannondale's CAAD series of welded aluminum road racing bikes have long occupied a cherished position among amateur racers and weekend wa...

Bikes of the (staff) Bunch: Dave Rome’s Cannondale CAAD12

Ever heard the saying that you can tell a lot about a person by their shoes? Well, we believe the same applies to a person's choice of bi...

Bonkers bikes of Paris-Roubaix: A brief history

At Paris-Roubaix, more than any other race in cycling, technical innovation is given free rein in the pursuit of an advantage. The rider ...

Despite denials, Harrison Ford definitely rides an e-bike

Here’s a sentence I didn’t expect to write today: this week, Harrison Ford appeared on US chat show Ellen, where he angrily denied riding...

Eight women’s pro bikes from the Tour Down Under

While the Santos Tour Down Under serves as the perfect event to see all the new bikes of the men’s WorldTour season, it’s a slightly diff...

Tech gallery: The little things at the 2020 Santos Tour Down Under

Details, details. Oftentimes, it's not the big things that separate pro race bikes from amateur ones; it's the attention paid to lesser t...

Pro bikes of the 2020 WorldTour: part one

The new race bikes of EF Pro Cycling, Ineos, Team Sunweb, Movistar and Deceuninck-QuickStep.

Gone but not forgotten: The Cannondale Slate was a bike before its time

Now that the Cannondale Slate has been discontinued, we assess the bike's legacy. It was wildly ambitious, innovative and flawed – but it...

Breaking news: Embarrassingly outdated bike 'works just fine', 'still shreds'

An embarrassingly outdated cyclocross bike from eight years ago “works just fine”, despite its lack of electronics and hydraulics, primit...

Cannondale Topstone Carbon long-term review: A superb ride, a few quirks

Cannondale debuted its new Topstone Carbon gravel bike a little more than two months ago, and the initial impressions were very favorable...

Cannondale CAAD13: Alloy, aero, and more comfortable

We speculated a few months ago that Cannondale was planning to release the next iteration of its long-standing CAAD aluminium performance...

2020 Cannondale SuperSix Evo first-ride review: Now with a dose of aero

Cannondale’s venerable SuperSix Evo has always been cherished for its low weight and high stiffness — the perfect combo for climbers and ...

Cannondale Topstone Carbon first-ride review: Innovation that actually works

Cannondale’s aluminum Topstone gravel bike has proven to be quite popular since its debut last August, and the company is now following u...