43% off Cannondale SystemSix Ultegra Disc Aero Road Bike

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Cannondale’s SystemSix is the company’s first aero road bike

Cannondale SystemSix Ultegra Disc
£1999.99
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Over the last couple of years the bike industry has stopped trying to make everything as light as possible and is instead using its time to make everything more aerodynamic.

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Aero road bikes are nothing new, but since 2010, they’ve become more rideable on mixed terrain and much comfier on broken roads.

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Generally, frames and forks are being designed around wider 28mm tyres with is not only a benefit to aerodynamics, it’s also a huge comfort increase as those wider tyres can be run at lower pressures.

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The SystemSix features a lot of front-end integration with most of the cabling entering the frame at the top of the headtube and hiding inside the carbon frame to kepp out of the wind.

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This version comes with an Ultegra R8020 groupset with slick mechanical shifting and powerful hyrdaulic brakes. This combination will provide excellent braking in all weathers and reliable performance from the shifters. 

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The bike rolls on Fulcrum’s Racing 400 disc brake wheelset and you also get Cannondale’s HollowGram Si chainset with 52/36 spiderrings.

Cannondale SystemSix Ultegra Disc
£1999.99
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About Cannondale

We’re a passionate bunch. Always have been. Not only passionate about building the best, most innovative and high-performance products, but passionate about doing everything we can to create the best possible cycling experience. Simply put, we care. We care about our products, we care about our customers and we care about each other. This simple but important statement has earned us legions of fans around the world. Four decades in, it still informs everything we do, every day.

Founded in a loft above a pickle factory by Joe Montgomery and crew, Cannondale started as an outdoor gear company. The name came from the Cannondale train station across the road.

About Rutland Cycles

Established in 1981, Rutland Cycling is now a second-generation family business with 12 stores and an industry-leading website. Rutland's stores feature dedicated Electric Bike Centres and offer a wide range of products and services to all types of cyclists, from children learning to ride their first bike, through to performance athletes.

Much has changed in the world of cycling since 1981, but we remain committed to the same vision: to inspire more people to get out and ride a bike. For us, it's about much more than just selling bicycles — we're here to help people achieve their cycling goals. As we've grown, our family values have helped us build a strong team ethos and keep us focused on delivering an excellent experience for our customers.

We believe passionately that to get more people making cycling part of their lives, you've got to make it convenient and easy. So, in our Rutland Cycling stores, you can hire a bike or e-bike, get your own bike repaired or book a Retul bike fit 7 days a week, borrow a courtesy bike while your bike is serviced, and pick up cycle clothing, spares and accessories. We also believe in leading by example and inspiring new cyclists to give it a go, and so we offer demo bikes, led rides, including women-only rides, and bike maintenance classes for all cyclists. In the end, it's all about going the extra mile, both for our customers and each other.

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