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CAAD10 3 Ultegra (2012)
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Cannondale CAAD10 3 (2012)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Men, Women; No Suspension; Frame Material: Aluminium

220 Triathlon were pleased to see the full Ultegra groupset and a fantastic crankset on the Cannondale CAAD10 3, and for a race-ready alloy framed bike, it's reasonably comfortable. With perfect …

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Cannondale Supersix Evo 2 Red (2012)
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Cannondale Supersix Evo 2 Red (2012)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Men, Women; Frame Material: Carbon

Whether riding on the flat or through the hills, the performance offered by the Cannondale SuperSix EVO 2 Red is superb, and it's also extremely comfortable too. The specification is spot on …

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Trail SL 29er 3 (2012)
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Cannondale Trail SL 29'ER 3 (2012)

Mountain bike; User type: Men, Women; Hardtail; Frame Material: Aluminium

Care needs to be taken when choosing your size of Cannondale Trail SL3 29er, but it will immediately feel like a fun bike to ride. It's fast, engaging and incredibly agile. Trail riding is …

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Cannondale SuperSix 6 Apex (2012)
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Cannondale SuperSix 6 Apex (2012)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Men, Women; Frame Material: Carbon

Although some may consider the Shimano 105s to be the superior choice, the SRAM Apex included on the SuperSix 6 Apex will offer riders more climbing ability and possibly increase the mileage. …

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Cannondale RZ One Twenty 3 (2012)
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Cannondale RZ One Twenty 3 (2012)

Mountain bike; User type: Women, Men; Full-Suspension; Frame Material: Aluminium

The Cannondale RZ One Twenty 3 is a functional all-rounder and a sturdy trail bike. According to Bike Radar, it is a worthy candidate for upgrading, and well worth keeping hold of even as some of the …

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Cannondale Jekyll Ultimate
Cannondale Jekyll Ultimate

Mountain bike; User type: Men, Women; Full-Suspension; Frame Material: Carbon

Bike Radar say the Jekyll Ultimate from Cannondale was designed to be a bike that could be ridden anywhere, and to do this Cannondale have had to design in conjunction with each other a frame and new

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More information at: BikeRadar, 6/2011 Superbike: Cannondale Jekyll Ultimate All-mountain bikes can be ridden for many styles of riding on a massive variety of terrain. Full-suspension all-mountain bikes offer anything from 140 to 160mm (5.5 to 6.3in) of front and rear travel, climb pretty efficiently and still let you get a little loose on the descents. But design constraints and shock technology mean there will always be an element of compromise. A bike that climbs like a cross-country bike won’t necessarily descend like a downhill bike. … to review

Scalpel 29'er Carbon1 - SRAM XX (2012)
Cannondale Scalpel 29er Carbon 1 - SRAM XX (2012)

Mountain bike; User type: Men, Women; Full-Suspension; Frame Material: Carbon

The Cannondale Scalpel 29er has a very different appearance to the version with smaller wheels, as it has a distinctive looking curved tube. The frame is constructed from BallisTec carbon fibre, …

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RZ One20 2 (2011)
Cannondale RZ One Twenty 2 (2011)

Mountain bike; User type: Unisex; Full-Suspension; Frame Material: Aluminium

In BikeRadar's opinion, the RZ One Twenty 2 offers a generally solid feel thanks in part to its stiff chassis. It also has a confident and agile handling when one is up to speed, though

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More information at: Bikemagic.com, 1/2011 Cannondale RZ One20 2 Sitting bang in the middle of Cannondale’s range is the RZOne 20, a light 120mm trail bike perfectly suited to fast XC blasts and some racing. If the Scapel is too racy for you and the new Jekyll looks like too much bike for your riding, the RZOne could fit the bill. … to review

CAAD 10 Ultegra
Cannondale CAAD10 3 (2011)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Unisex; No Suspension; Frame Material: Aluminium

The CAAD10 is a comfortable bike that is good at absorbing shock in irregular terrains. Its handling is somewhere in between smooth and stiff, so it's equally competent at taking sharp turns as …

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Cannondale RZ One Twenty 2 (2010)
Cannondale RZ One Twenty 2 (2010)

Mountain bike; User type: Unisex; Full-Suspension; Frame Material: Aluminium

"... After an efficient climb, this eager badger of a bike's lighter, shorter travel and effectively firmer platform is superbly lively. ... We did find we used all of the travel on most

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More information at: BikeRadar, 5/2010 Cannondale RZ One Twenty 2 (10) Last year's 130mm-travel (5.1in) Cannondale Rize impressed us. The new RZ range uses a similar frame configuration to offer either a 140mm (5.5in) all-mountain stonker, or this 120mm (4.7in) trail ripper. … to review

 
Slice Ultegra (11)
Cannondale Slice Ultegra (2011)

Triathlon bicycle; User type: Men, Women; No Suspension; Frame Material: Carbon

There is a lot to like about the Slice Ultegra. Stable, accurate and surprisingly comfortable, it's ideal for long-distance cruising. Vibration is kept to a minimum and although it's still

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More information at: BikeRadar, 7/2011 Cannondale Slice Ultegra Cannondale has decided not to tamper with a winning formula, so the 2011 revision of the Slice is not a radical makeover but rather a fine-tuned and improved version of an already superb machine. … to review

RZ One Twenty 3 (11)
Cannondale RZ One Twenty 3 (2011)

Mountain bike; User type: Men, Women; Full-Suspension; Frame Material: Alloy

The handling of the RZ One Twenty is simply stunning, since it's rock solid when cruising but amazingly responsive when quick turns are required, to the point that, whether on climbs or

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More information at: BikeRadar, 7/2011 Cannondale RZ One Twenty 3 Offering a combination of light weight and versatility, the RZ One Twenty aims to be the perfect all-rounder companion to its more specialized Scalpel and Jeckyll models. … to review

SuperSix EVO (Launch Spec)
Cannondale SuperSix EVO (Launch Spec) (2012)

Racer/Road bike; Frame Material: Carbon

The first thing BikeRadar noticed about Cannondale's SuperSix EVO was its impressively light weight, both in the hand and on the road. But despite the low weight, thanks to the tube shape and …

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CAAD10 4 Rival (11)
Cannondale CAAD10 4 Rival (2011)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Unisex; No Suspension; Frame Material: Aluminium

Boasting a ride quality that rivals that of mid-range carbon models, the Cannondale CAAD10 4 Rival is an impressive bike that demonstrates how aluminum frames are anything but obsolete, says

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More information at: BikeRadar, 5/2011 Cannondale CAAD10 4 Rival Cannondale's CAAD9 aluminum chassis was a privateer road racer's secret weapon, offering very good frame stiffness and weight at a relatively bargain-basement price. The new CAAD10 is even more so, being substantially lighter than before and with a more refined ride quality. Our CAAD10 4 Rival tester has proven to be especially good value and is just a set of tires and cables away from being all that most of us will ever need, and all at US$1,799. … to review

Supersix 105 (11)
Cannondale Supersix 105 (2011)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Unisex; No Suspension; Frame Material: Carbon

Cannondale's SuperSix 105 certainly impressed BikeRadar reviewers with its wide-ranging versatility. Its impressive climbing and descending capabilities pleased racers, while more long distance

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More information at: BikeRadar, 4/2011 Cannondale SuperSix 105 Last year's Cycling Plus Bike of the Year was the Cannondale Six, so it should come as no surprise that its successor is another top quality performer with a refined ride. While £1,799 isn't exactly cheap, you're getting an awful lot of bike for your dosh. A jack-of-all-trades? Perhaps, but the SuperSix has managed to master most of them. Super? We certainly think so. … to review

Cannondale SuperX SRAM Rival (2011)
Cannondale SuperX SRAM Rival (2011)

Cyclo-cross bike; User type: Men; No Suspension; Frame Material: Carbon

Both on and off the cyclo-cross course, the Cannondale SuperX SRAM Rival proved itself to be a lovely ride, according to Bike Radar. It inspired confidence with its surefootedness and smooth riding. …

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Cannondale Slice 105 (2010)
Cannondale Slice 105 (2010)

Triathlon bicycle; User type: Unisex; No Suspension; Frame Material: Carbon

Despite being an entry-level model, the Slice 105 impressed BikeRadar with its comfort and smoothness, its accurate handling, sense of control and unmatched aerodynamics. The wheels however felt

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More information at: BikeRadar, 8/2010 Cannondale Slice 105 (10) We loved the top-dollar Slice Hi Mod frame when we tested it earlier this year and the basic Slice gets all the same wind cheating, road soothing shapes and features. A bit of extra frame weight from less exotic carbon fibre doesn't dampen its standout smoothness and charisma either. … to review

Cannondale Rush HI-MOD 2 (2010)
Cannondale Rush HI-MOD 2 (2010)

Mountain bike; User type: Unisex; Full-Suspension; Frame Material: Carbon

"... staying seated and pedalling smoothly pulls the rear wheel into the hill beneath you and had it snaking its way up loose and rooted sections without a second thought. ... …

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Cannondale Trail SL 1 (2010)
Cannondale Trail SL 1 (2010)

Mountain bike; User type: Men; Hardtail

"... The light front end makes it easy to pop the front up when you need a bit of lift in your life. Unfortunately the fork is a real disappointment ... Add the skinny tyres plus the unyielding …

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Cannondale Slice Hi-MOD SRAM Force (2010)
Cannondale Slice Hi-MOD SRAM Force (2010)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Men; No Suspension; Frame Material: Carbon

"... While the top-dollar aero frameset means some component compromises, Cannondale have done a good job of keeping their impact off the ride-feel radar. The Mavic Aksium wheels aren’t aero, …

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Product information and further reviews

Cannondale Rush Carbon 4 (09) BikeRadar 5/2009 - This Cannondale is a classic case of 'simple done really well' if you want a great-looking, efficient bike for less aggressive riding. Push harder though, and the Rush becomes more of a panic.

Cannondale Scalpel 4 (09) BikeRadar 4/2009 - Cannondale's second-generation Scalpel race bike has been winning World Cup cross-country races since it first appeared, and this uncompromising speed machine is a real race special. But can Cannondale’s purist racer do the job for everyday trail use?

Cannondale Rize 4 (09) BikeRadar 4/2009 - Cannondale had started to become synonymous with working in carbon fibre rather than their original aluminium staple. But the Rize 4 is a back-to-roots, aluminium front triangle version of their 130mm (5.1in) lightweight, all-mountain range of bikes.

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