Innovative and powerful products designed in USA like the Caad series, fullys and parts like the Lefty have brought Cannondale road and mountain bike fans all over the world. Quality, unique designs, integration and revolutionary technologies are the hallmarks of the complete bikes, parts and apparel. Whether road or off-road, Cannondale's portfolio leaves nothing to be desired. » Read more
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In 1971, Joe Montgomery and his team founded in Wilton, Connecticut one of the today’s most successful US-American manufacturers of bicycle products. They named the company after their local train station. Originally they started with the production of panniers and camping equipment. As a pioneer in the construction of aluminium frames, Cannondale took the next step in 1983 and built its first touring bike in series. Its low weight and efficiently stiffness set new standards in performance. This frame was a revolution and continues to serve as the basis for the elegant CAAD aluminium frames formed with SmartFormed technology. The release of the touring bicycle was quickly followed up the next year with the production of a mountain and a road bike. Numerous patented developments in the field of frames and components such as Hollowgram Si cranks, SI - System Integration components and the iconic Lefty suspension fork followed.
Meanwhile, the large range of products contains road racing and cyclocross bikes, MTB hardtails and full suspension bikes, e bikes, trekking bikes, fitness bikes and kids bicycles. Cannondale also produces bicycle parts, accessories and apparel for men and women to meet its own quality, integration and innovation claim. Most customers are particularly attracted by the elaborately designed jerseys.
One of the highlights in the road bike portfolio is Cannondale's first aero road bike, the SystemSix. Years of research have resulted in a fully system-integrated design for higher speeds than would be possible with other road bikes on the market. The name is program: For the bike, six systems - frame, fork, seat post, stem, handlebar, wheels - have been optimized so that Cannondale's promises - the SystemSix is "the fastest road bike in the world".
With the Synapse Neo E-Road Bike, Cannondale wanted to make road cycling more "democratic", to enable more people to enjoy long rides on asphalt; people whose fitness or health is not or no longer sufficient to keep up with a normal road bike group. The SynapseNeo is one of the first road bikes to feature the new Bosch Active Line Plus motor and is compatible with 2-speed chainrings.
The 2016 launched Habit has got an update for 2019. While the Habbit has been more in the XC/Trail range so far, it is now with 29" tires, 130 mm suspension travel in front and in the back much more all mountain and descent oriented.