The Cannondale CAAD12 105 has a new and exciting colourway for 2018. Just like the disc version the CAAD12 non disc uses a C1 6069 Alloy for the frame and a BallisTec carbon fibre fork. So comfort is not comprimised for performance.
This model is supplied with a Shimano 105 groupset and Mavic Aksium rim brake clincher wheelset. For anyone looking at getting into the world of road racing, the Cannondale CAAD12 105 is a fantastic start up bike. Should you ever want to upgrade to electronic gears, Cannondale have manufactured the CAAD12 frameset to have the appropriate fittings to make the upgrade.
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Regular Price: £1,699.00
Special Price £1,295.00
Lightweight road bikes have become a specialty for Cannondale and you can tell with the Cannondale CAAD12. With the use of a lightweight aluminium and an aerodynamic position, this is a great choice for anyone looking into road racing or general road riding. The Cannondale CAAD12 105 Disc 2019 is equipped with hydraulic disc breakes for consistnat braking in all weather conditions.
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Regular Price: £1,399.00
Special Price £949.00
The Cannondale CAAD12 105 ladies road bike is designeged for any aspiring females road cyclists out there. A lightweight Aluminium frameset with carbon fibre forks, this bike was built to perform. The CAAD12 uses the BB30 bottom bracket system enabling additional stiffness and power transfer with every pedal stroke. Finished off with Shimano 105 and Mavic Aksium wheels. A great choice for a road racing machine.
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Whether you're a road cyclist looking for a carbon road bike, mountain biker or like the best of both worlds with cyclocross; our choice of complete bikes is perfect for finding your next ride.These bikes come complete with all cycling components so you don't need to find a groupset or source some handlebars or wheels for them, you can just head out and ride!
Road, Mountain or Cross Bike?
Your choice of bike depends on the kind of riding you will be doing. If you're a road cycling that races a lot you need something light and fast, like one of our carbon fibre bikes, to give you the best chance of victory in your racing.
If you are a leisure rider then comfort will be top of your list of priorities, as this will allow you to ride for long periods in the saddle without the potential discomfort an out-and-out racer may cause you as a casual rider.
Mountain bikers might find they need a smaller groupset depending on the severity of the terrain they are tackling or they may need thicker tyres to compensate for bad conditions. There's also suspension to consider, and whether you want a bike that has full suspension or a hardtail. Again this depends on the kind of riding you do and the terrain you tackle on the bike.
Once you have chosen your bike take a look at our Guru Bike Fit to set you up perfectly on the bike for maximum comfort and performance.