We covered Cannondale’s new models, which include disc brake versions of the SuperX and CAADX cyclocross bikes, standard mod EVO’s (both here) and the new Trigger mountain bike (here), at Press Camp. The rest of the 2013 range mainly sees spec and graphic updates.
The top SuperSix, CAAD10, and Slice models get the stealthy new blacked out color scheme with minimal logos. The SuperSix EVO Black, above, and the three models below it all get Cannondale’s new Hollowgram SiSL2 Spidering crankset. The rest of the spec is the new Shimano Dura-Ace 9000, ENVE/DT Swiss and a full ENVE cockpit. Retail is $11,999.99.
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Directly below the Black Edition is the SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD Dura-Ace Di2. Build has Mavic wheels and tires, FSA cockpit, and a Fizik saddle. Retail is $10,499.99
We rode Cannondale’s CAAD10 road bike when it was introduced a couple years ago and it’s surprisingly well mannered for an alloy frame. For 2013 it gets the blacked out treatment for the top model, which is equipped with Shimano Ultegra Di2 and FSA SL-K cranks, Ultegra tubeless road wheels, Fizik saddle and Cannondale cockpit. Retail is just $3,699.99.
Introduced last year at Ironman Kona, the Slice RS gets an expanded range. At the top is the Black Edition with Zipp 808 Firecrest tubulars, SRAM Red, FSA cranks and bars, and Cannondale’s rather unique looking seatpost. Retail is $9,999.99.
Below that is the Ultegra Di2 model with FSA cranks wheels and bars, Fizik saddle. Retail is $6,499.99. There’s also a standard mechanical Ultegra model for $4,999.99.
The top non-RS Slice is the Hi-MOD SRAM Red model, which gets Cannondale’s Hollowgram crankset and the new Magura hydraulic RT8TT brakes, Fulcrum wheels. Retail is only $3,999.99.