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First look at the Cannondale SystemSix, SuperSix and more highlights from the US company's 2019 range

After a hectic launch season, 2019 bikes are starting to appear in bike shops so we headed down to Cannondale UK recently to take a look at some of the highlights from the US company's range. 

In the video, above you'll see the new SystemSix aero bike, plus top picks from the SuperSix and Synapse ranges, plus with the cyclocross season starting soon there are some cyclocross bikes in there as well. 

Enjoy!

- Cannondale launches SystemSix, “the world’s fastest road bike”

David has worked on the road.cc tech team since July 2012. Previously he was editor of Bikemagic.com and before that staff writer at RCUK. He's a seasoned cyclist of all disciplines, from road to mountain biking, touring to cyclo-cross, he only wishes he had time to ride them all. He's mildly competitive, though he'll never admit it, and is a frequent road racer but is too lazy to do really well. He currently resides in the Cotswolds.

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Linkan [18 posts] 12 months ago
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No mention of the new gravel bike Topstone. Looks a bit like Open U.P. and Bombtrack Hook EXTs lovechild with 42mm tire clearance. Apex, 105 and Sora versions already available to order. 

 

 

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cdamian [260 posts] 12 months ago
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I think they are using the Synapse name for too many different bikes now.

And I just wanted to know of the current Synapse models change at all for the 2019 year.

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Linkan [18 posts] 12 months ago
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cdamian wrote:

I think they are using the Synapse name for too many different bikes now.

And I just wanted to know of the current Synapse models change at all for the 2019 year.

 

Colors are new, new wheels, the 105 version has the new 105... The fancy stem they presented for Synapse but recalled is still absent from the 2019 bikes.

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jollygoodvelo [1849 posts] 12 months ago
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Is it me or are they quietly reducing the size of the CAAD12 range?  Would be a great shame if so, I like that they keep developing the aluminium tech.

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Linkan [18 posts] 12 months ago
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jollygoodvelo wrote:

Is it me or are they quietly reducing the size of the CAAD12 range?  Would be a great shame if so, I like that they keep developing the aluminium tech.

 

It is you, I´m seeing just as many rim and disc options in 2019 as 2018. Not sure about the womens version.

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David Arthur @d... [950 posts] 11 months ago
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Linkan wrote:

No mention of the new gravel bike Topstone. Looks a bit like Open U.P. and Bombtrack Hook EXTs lovechild with 42mm tire clearance. Apex, 105 and Sora versions already available to order. 

No, cos it was embargoed until 2pm today. The story and video is live now, you can read about it here http://off.road.cc/content/news/2019-cannondale-topstone-gravel-bike-lef...