Get a Cannondale bargain in the EF Education First Pro Cycling team bike sale
There's a range of SystemSix and SuperSix road bikes
EF Pro Cycling are selling off a range of pro team bikes on the team website.
There's currently a range of SystemSix aero road bikes and SuperSix EVO lightweight all rounders - in training and racing set-ups, with 2018 and 2019 models listed. The Cannondale Synapse is in the line-up, but is already out of stock.
>>> EF Pro Cycling’s stunning new Cannondale race bikes
The bikes are one offs and once they're gone, they're gone. Cannondale rider name stickers are included, and the team is calling this "an opportunity to purchase pro ridden bicycles at discount prices".
The 2018 SystemSix race bike is a disc brake model and available for €3,811.50 - with a Hi Mod frame/fork, Cannondale Si crankset, Dura Ace Di2 groupset and Vision aluminium clincher wheelset. At time of writing, there's three versions available in a size 58.
The 2018 rim brake SuperSix EVO race bike (€3,267.00) also features a Hi Mod frame and fork, Dura Ace Di2 and Vision aluminium clincher wheelset. Sizes range from 48 to 58, with nine models in the largest size.
There's a training version (2018, €2,178.00) - in this case you may receive "Dura Ace Di2 or Ultegra Di2", but the same frame, wheelset and finishing kit applies. The team says: "the lower price of the training bike reflects the age and amount of wear compared to the race bike."
In 2019 colourways, there's also a rim brake SuperSix Evo (€3,872.00) and disc brake SystemSix Evo (€4,416.50). The SuperSix is available in range of sizes from 48 to 58, whilst the SystemSix is limited to just one, in a size 51. Both come with Dura Ace Di2 and Vision Alloy clincher wheels.
All of the bikes use FSA brakes, with FSA or Vision handlebars, and stems plus Fizik or Prologo saddles.
Finishing kit is listed for each model, though it is noted that outside of the spec listed "other components may vary."
Thank you for reading 10 articles this month* Join now for unlimited access
Enjoy your first month for just £1 / $1 / €1
*Read 5 free articles per month without a subscription
Join now for unlimited access
Try first month for just £1 / $1 / €1
Michelle Arthurs-Brennan is a traditional journalist by trade, having begun her career working for a local newspaper, where highlights included interviewing a very irate Freddie Star (and an even more irate theatre owner), as well as 'the one about the stolen chickens'.
Previous to joining the Cycling Weekly team, Michelle was Editor at Total Women's Cycling. She joined CW as an 'SEO Analyst', but couldn't keep her nose out of journalism and in the spreadsheets, eventually taking on the role of Tech Editor before her latest appointment as Digital Editor.
Michelle is a road racer who also enjoys track riding and the occasional time trial, though dabbles in off-road riding too (either on a mountain bike, or a 'gravel bike'). She is passionate about supporting grassroots women's racing and founded the women's road race team 1904rt.
Michelle is on maternity leave from July 8 2022, until April 2023.
POC Ventral Tempus MIPS Review - A helmet for riding in the rain, and being seen
Bright, light and comfortable, but not cheap
By Tyler Boucher • Published
British cyclist treated a sick goat before medalling at national championships
Veterinary student Phoebe Barker was asked to lend a hand on the farm where she was staying before her race
By Tom Davidson • Published