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  1. £8,499.99

     

    The Cannondale Supersix Evo Hi Mod Disc Team Di2 is the prefect performance road bike. Supplied with Shimano Dura Ace Di2 and Mavic carbon cosmic wheels. The frameset is manufactured using the Ballistec Hi Mod carbon fibre resulting in both a stiff, efficient and comfortable ride.

  2. £5,999.99

     

    The Cannondale Supersix Evo Hi Mod Sram Red eTap 2018 uses the same frame spec as the Team Issue frameset however this model is provided with Sram Red eTap electronic gears. This is supplied with Cannondale Hollowgram SL carbon wheels and Cannondale ultralight finishing kit. 

  3. £4,999.99

    The Cannondale Supersix Evo HM Dura Ace Mechanical 2018 is pushing the boundaries of technology. Using the Hi Mod carbon fibre with hydraulic disc brakes this bike is manufactured to be pushed to the limits. Lightweight, stiff and responsive, this model will not disappoint especially with the Shimano Dura Ace 9100 groupset, mechanical gear shifting has never been so effortless.

  4. £4,999.00

    The brand new Systemsix is Cannondale's Aerodynamic road bike and is built to comply with UCI regulations, perfect for road racing! This particular model is equipped with Shimano Shimano Dura Ace and also features Shimano's Hydro Disc brakes. The frame continues with Cannondale's trend and features the BB30 bottom bracket system for optimum compliance per pedal stroke.

  5. £4,799.99

    The Cannondale Supersix Evo SM Sram Red eTap 2018 uses the same frame spec as the Hi Mod model however this with the SM carbon fibre and with Sram eTap electronic gears. This is supplied with Cannondale Hollowgram SL carbon wheels and Cannondale ultralight finishing kit including the Cannondale SAVE carbon seatpost for additional comfort. The perfect road bike for anyr road racers out there.

  6. £4,799.00

    E-Bikes are designed to help you explore new trails and routes but without the extra effort. The Scott E-Spark 720 27.5" full suspension E-Bike has an aluminium frame and is equipped with SRAM the NX1 1X11 drive system for a smooth gear shift. The Fox Nude EVOL rear shock and Fox 34 Float front suspension is ideal for you to hit the toughest of terrain. The E-Spark 720 uses Shimano's STEPS E8000 motor which has 250W and a 500WH battery, ideal for that extra boost when needed. This motor is also ANT+ and Bluetooth compatible.

  7. Scott Foil RC 2018
    20%off

    Regular Price: £5,999.00

    Special Price £4,799.00

    As used by the World tour team Mitchelton Scott, the Foil RC is the pinnacle of aerodynamic road bikes. This particular model uses aero carbon tech HMX carbon fibre and is equipped with Shimano's premium mechanical groupset, Dura Ace 9100. This model is provided with Zipp 30 course alloy wheels, making this bike not only aerodynamic but also lightweight. 

  8. £4,299.99

    The Cannondale SuperX Di2 2018 is the top model of the Cannondale cyclocross bike range. This has a full carbon fibre frame, hydraulic discs and finished off with the Shimano Di2 electronic groupset. Perfect for any cyclocross course put in your way.

  9. £3,999.00

    The Scott E-Spark 730 has a full aluminium frameset powered with Shimano's STEPS E8000 motor. Perfect for conquering the toughest of trails. Accomponied with the Rock Shox Recon RL forks with 130mm of travel and the X-Fusion NUDE rear shock, the Scott E-Spark 730 can cope with the roughest of terrain. To finish off, the E-Spark 730 uses a Syncros finishing kit and X30 tubeless ready wheels.

    This full suspension E-Bike will change your riding experience for the better. 

  10. Kuota Khan Cofidis Team Road bike
    24%off

    Regular Price: £5,230.00

    Special Price £3,999.00

    The Kuota Khan Cofidis Team road bike is lightweight and stiff in the right places for optimum performance. This carbon road bike is Di2 compatible and uses a BB386 bottom bracket system. Equipped with Shimano Dura Ace 9000 and Mavic Ksyrium Pro Exalith wheels, this model is used by  professional cycling team Cofidis and is featured in the biggest theatre of bike racing, the Tour De France.

  11. £3,799.00

    The Cannondale Synapse is known for its comfort and performance over long distance rides and the Synapse SM Ultegra Di2 is no exception! Equipped with Shimano Ultegra Di2 electronic gears and hydraulic disc brakes, this road bike makes gear changing and braking easier than ever! 

  12. £3,699.99

    The Cannondale Scalpel SE carbon 2 2018 is one of the most versatile mountain bikes in the Cannondale range. This has a full carbon fibre frameset using BallisTec carbon fibre which results with a big saving in weight and in turn improves handling and comfort. Effieciency and stiffness is not comprimised thanks to the Zero Pivot system which is installed. This minimises lateral movement with every pedal stroke.

    The Scalpel SE 2 is supplied with Fox Flot 34 forks and a Fox Float Performance DPS EVOL SV rear shock making this bike ready for any terrain thrown at it. From free riding to XC racing, this mountain bike will not disappoint.  

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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.