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The lesser known pro bikes in the peloton – CKT, Zannata, Gavia, Isaac and more…

With the Northen European races well under way and the big one about to kick off on Sunday, it’s usual for all the limelight to be hogged by the big guys, the big teams, and the big brands that have something to show off. At this point in the season, all eyes are on the …

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Cannondale CAAD12 vs SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD: road disc bike comparison review

The number of road disc bikes in Cannondale’s catalogue has been steadily growing over the last few years with the most recent addition being the SuperSix EVO Disc announced last year. This means performance-oriented riders now have a choice between two distinct disc-equipped race bikes — the SuperSix EVO and the CAAD12 — made from …

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Bikes of the 2017 WorldTour

The 2017 WorldTour has arrived and its first race, the Santos Tour Down Under, is the perfect chance to see all the new team bikes in one place. Much like we did in 2016, here are the WorldTour bikes we’ll see in action throughout 2017.  While the re-trial period for disc brakes is now underway, …

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Clearing obstacles: Kaitie Antonneau’s journey from depression to self-acceptance

With the start of the new year comes Kaitie Antonneau’s sixth year with the Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld team, and perhaps her biggest race of the season: the 2017 USA Cycling National Cyclocross Championships. As last year’s bronze medalist and a former U23 champion, plenty of eyes will be on Antonneau. Yet no matter what happens, …

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Tour de France tech: Custom-painted frames for Pierre Rolland and Thibaut Pinot

LE CAVERNE DE PONT, France (CT) – Like other manufacturers, Lapierre and Cannondale spent time in the weeks before the Tour de France getting custom bikes ready for their sponsored teams: FDJ and Cannondale-Drapac respectively. As a result, Thibaut Pinot of FDJ and Pierre Rolland of Cannondale-Drapac have been kitted out with some of the …

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First-look review: Cannondale SuperSix Evo Hi-Mod Disc

Back in May a document on the UCI website revealed that Cannondale was among several brands to be releasing a disc-equipped elite road bike in the near future. This week, at a media event in the Tirol region of Austria, CyclingTips got the chance to try out that bike: the SuperSix Evo Hi-Mod Disc. It’s …

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Cannondale launches revamped SuperX and CAADX cyclocross bikes

Cannondale’s new SuperX and CAADX cyclocross bikes head into the 2016-17 season with longer, lower, and slacker frame geometries for improved high-speed stability but shorter rear ends and decreased trail dimensions for quicker low-speed handling. Cannondale says the progressive handling is better suited to today’s more technical cyclocross courses but you’re more likely to notice …

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Photo gallery: Tech highlights from the 2016 Amgen Tour of California

The Amgen Tour of California is the premier road racing event in the United States. and many teams pull out all the stops in terms of equipment. CyclingTips U.S. tech editor James Huang scoured the pits at the start in San Diego and came away with a few gems, including gold-plated Speedplay pedals, new tools from Feedback …

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Specialized, Giant, Cannondale and Merida to release pro-level disc bikes

Given how quickly the UCI decided to suspend the use of disc brakes in road races, it’s little surprise many brands already had the ball rolling on 2017 disc-equipped race bikes. Providing a clue of what’s to come, the UCI’s approved list of frames and forks was recently updated to include new disc-equipped race bikes from Giant, …

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What does Drapac’s partnership with Cannondale mean for its existing team?

Last week, American WorldTour squad Cannondale Pro Cycling and Drapac Capital Partners announced a rider development partnership that would begin in 2017. The venture will see the two organisations join forces to create a new Australian-based Continental team that will spend part of its year racing in Europe. Far from being a traditional development setup, …

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