Cannondale Synapse Hi-Mod Disc Ultegra Di2
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Cannondale Synapse Hi-Mod Disc Ultegra Di2

C12150M10M
Deposit $200.00
Total due $8,999.00

    Click & Collect :

    • Please note that due to a high volume of online orders, processing times can take up to 48 hours.
    • For same-day or next-day collection, please order by phone.

    Features

    CANNONDALE SYNAPSE HI-MOD ULTEGRA DI2

    A technically brilliant endurance road bike, the brand new 2020 Cannondale Synapse Hi-Mod is not only visually stunningly it has the tech to match beneath its metallic champagne coat.

    There’s a lot to cover in this preview, so jumping right in:

    WHO IS IT DESIGNED FOR?

    The rider who wants total comfort without sacrificing the edge, the response, the speed and reactivity of a true performance-bred road bike.

    Meaning:

    You put the power down and it goes. No reluctance. No lag.

    So maybe:

    You’re riding an older rider who has been riding a carbon (or aluminium) road bike that’s getting worn out; it doesn’t have disc brakes, it’s far from being comfortable and it sure as hell doesn’t have electronic gears.

    You know deep down it’s time to make the move.

    Or:

    Where you ride the roads are beaten up. Cracked and coarse they are often dirt and gravel as much as sealed.

    Or:

    You’re after a premium commuter or touring bike. You’re into doing long rides and you want one of the best high-end endurance road bikes.

    THE FRAME

    Cannondale has always been a quirky brand. They like to do things differently. Sometimes it turns bad - very bad - but mostly they innovate stuff that is jaw dropping.

    And that’s where they are comfortable - pushing boundaries.

    Such is the case here.

    The concept behind this new Synapse was to make an endurance bike that had racing in its DNA.

    You want comfort? It’ll deliver in spades.

    But when you want to start pushing your limits and reach that point in space where everything becomes a blur and tunnel vision takes over, the Synapse is designed to respond with speed and accuracy.

    Something that older (and some current) endurance bikes still lack.

    The Hi-Mod refers to Cannondale’s premium carbon fibre frame. These are the lightest and stiffest in the range. Frame weight measures 950 grams.

    That’s 220 grams lighter than the old one. The normal (non Hi-Mod) version is 1,100 grams.

    Either way - that’s a lot.

    I mentioned response time and this new manufacturing method reduces weight and delivers on that promise. The Synapse’s handling is closer to it’s razor sharp sibling - the Super Six Evo.

    As opposed to feeling like a boat.

    Some of the best frames are asymmetrical. It makes sense. The load and stresses that are frame is subject to certainly are not equal. The drive side will naturally have more load than the non-drive.

    A re-design of the front fork and frame has led to an increase of 9.4% at the head tube area. Thus improving the torsional (twisting) stiffness of the Synapse.

    The result?

    Improved tracking through corners and overall handling.

    Cannondale are one of the very few brands to introduce size-specific tune to their range.

    There’s a specific carbon-laup for every frame size. As an example, someone on an XS frame isn’t going to be the same build as a rider on a XXL frame.

    There’s even 3 different size head tubes and fork rakes, with the bottom of the head tube varying in size from 1.125 inches, 1.25 inches and 1.375 inches.

    The Synapse Hi-Mod also benefits from Cannondale’s latest micro-suspension platform called SAVE PLUS.

    Before you start rolling your eyes (like I did), stick with me because it actually makes sense.

    First - what the hell is it?

    It’s a series of precise tube shapes that are crafted to deflect vibrations and smooth out the road’s surface.

    SAVE PLUS has two parts:

    One. The backend (rear triangle) and front fork.

    Both these areas are designed to work together to help the wheels deflect and move over the road surface (independent of sitting or standing) and therefore help them deliver traction.

    Two. The seatpost and seat tube.

    The seat post has a tiny diameter of 25.4mm. It’s also collarless. There’s no clamp around the seat post jutting above the seat tube. His means more of that skinny post is exposed and it can therefore flex a great deal more.

    And the seat tube has a unique flattened design that moves with the post - amplifying

    Specifications

    Colour Champagne
    Sizes 56
    Frame BallisTec Hi-MOD Carbon // Di2 ready // SAVE // BB30A // Flat Mount // 12mm thru axle // Removable fender bridge
    Fork BallisTec Hi-MOD Carbon, SAVE, integrated crown race // Size Specific Design: 44/48:1 1/8” steerer + 60mm rake. 51/54:1-1/8”-1-1/4” tapered steerer + 55mm rake. 56/61:1-1/8”-1-3/8” tapered steerer + 45mm rake.
    Handlebar HollowGram SystemBar SAVE // Carbon, 8 deg. pitch adjust
    Stem All-New HollowGram SAVE // Alloy, -6°
    Seatpost Cannondale 2 // Carbon // 25.4x350mm
    Saddle Fabric Scoop Shallow Race // Titanium rails
    Pedals NA
    Shifters Shimano Ultegra Di2, 22 speed
    Front Derailleur Shimano Ultegra Di2
    Rear Derailleur Shimano Ultegra Di2 RX, 11 speed
    Brakes Shimano Ultegra Di2, hydraulic disc
    Brake Levers Shimano Ultegra Di2
    Cassette Shimano Ultegra, 11T-34T, 11 speed
    Chain Shimano HG701, 11 speed
    Crankset HollowGram // BB30a w/ OPI SpideRing, 34/50T
    Bottom Bracket Cannondale BB30
    Rims HollowGram 45 SL KNØT, Carbon // 20H front, 24H rear, 45mm deep // 21mm Inner Width // Tubeless ready
    Hubs Shimano RS470, Thru-axle, 28H
    Spokes DT Swiss Aerolite
    Tyres Vittoria Corsa, 700x28mm
    Extra Max. tyre width 32mm // Mudguard compatible // Cannondale front wheel sensor

    Due to Covid 19, the above bicycle specifications may vary without notice. We will strive to advertise specifications accurately.

    Cannondale

    Cannondale Synapse Hi-Mod Disc Ultegra Di2 56

    C12150M1056
    Deposit $200.00
    Total due $8,999.00

      Click & Collect :

      • Please note that due to a high volume of online orders, processing times can take up to 48 hours.
      • For same-day or next-day collection, please order by phone.
      Pickup available
      In stock at Hallam

      Features

      CANNONDALE SYNAPSE HI-MOD ULTEGRA DI2

      A technically brilliant endurance road bike, the brand new 2020 Cannondale Synapse Hi-Mod is not only visually stunningly it has the tech to match beneath its metallic champagne coat.

      There’s a lot to cover in this preview, so jumping right in:

      WHO IS IT DESIGNED FOR?

      The rider who wants total comfort without sacrificing the edge, the response, the speed and reactivity of a true performance-bred road bike.

      Meaning:

      You put the power down and it goes. No reluctance. No lag.

      So maybe:

      You’re riding an older rider who has been riding a carbon (or aluminium) road bike that’s getting worn out; it doesn’t have disc brakes, it’s far from being comfortable and it sure as hell doesn’t have electronic gears.

      You know deep down it’s time to make the move.

      Or:

      Where you ride the roads are beaten up. Cracked and coarse they are often dirt and gravel as much as sealed.

      Or:

      You’re after a premium commuter or touring bike. You’re into doing long rides and you want one of the best high-end endurance road bikes.

      THE FRAME

      Cannondale has always been a quirky brand. They like to do things differently. Sometimes it turns bad - very bad - but mostly they innovate stuff that is jaw dropping.

      And that’s where they are comfortable - pushing boundaries.

      Such is the case here.

      The concept behind this new Synapse was to make an endurance bike that had racing in its DNA.

      You want comfort? It’ll deliver in spades.

      But when you want to start pushing your limits and reach that point in space where everything becomes a blur and tunnel vision takes over, the Synapse is designed to respond with speed and accuracy.

      Something that older (and some current) endurance bikes still lack.

      The Hi-Mod refers to Cannondale’s premium carbon fibre frame. These are the lightest and stiffest in the range. Frame weight measures 950 grams.

      That’s 220 grams lighter than the old one. The normal (non Hi-Mod) version is 1,100 grams.

      Either way - that’s a lot.

      I mentioned response time and this new manufacturing method reduces weight and delivers on that promise. The Synapse’s handling is closer to it’s razor sharp sibling - the Super Six Evo.

      As opposed to feeling like a boat.

      Some of the best frames are asymmetrical. It makes sense. The load and stresses that are frame is subject to certainly are not equal. The drive side will naturally have more load than the non-drive.

      A re-design of the front fork and frame has led to an increase of 9.4% at the head tube area. Thus improving the torsional (twisting) stiffness of the Synapse.

      The result?

      Improved tracking through corners and overall handling.

      Cannondale are one of the very few brands to introduce size-specific tune to their range.

      There’s a specific carbon-laup for every frame size. As an example, someone on an XS frame isn’t going to be the same build as a rider on a XXL frame.

      There’s even 3 different size head tubes and fork rakes, with the bottom of the head tube varying in size from 1.125 inches, 1.25 inches and 1.375 inches.

      The Synapse Hi-Mod also benefits from Cannondale’s latest micro-suspension platform called SAVE PLUS.

      Before you start rolling your eyes (like I did), stick with me because it actually makes sense.

      First - what the hell is it?

      It’s a series of precise tube shapes that are crafted to deflect vibrations and smooth out the road’s surface.

      SAVE PLUS has two parts:

      One. The backend (rear triangle) and front fork.

      Both these areas are designed to work together to help the wheels deflect and move over the road surface (independent of sitting or standing) and therefore help them deliver traction.

      Two. The seatpost and seat tube.

      The seat post has a tiny diameter of 25.4mm. It’s also collarless. There’s no clamp around the seat post jutting above the seat tube. His means more of that skinny post is exposed and it can therefore flex a great deal more.

      And the seat tube has a unique flattened design that moves with the post - amplifying

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