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Cannondale SuperSix EVO Ultegra 2019 - Road Bike £1399 @ Tredz
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Cannondale SuperSix EVO Ultegra 2019 - Road Bike £1399 @ Tredz

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Posted 16th Jul

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Great price for (almost full Ultegra, carbon frame and seat post. All sizes available as well.

Would be tempted myself but looking for disc brakes for my next road bike purchase.

Sure you could probably use the never ending £5 off voucher code as well that tends to crop up when visiting the site or signing up to the newsletter
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  • Ultra-responsive full carbon fibre BallisTec frame
  • One-piece full carbon fibre BallisTec fork
  • Shimano Ultegra 2x11 drivetrain give precise shifting
  • Race geometry gives ultimate power transfer
  • Sizes: 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 60cm
  • Colour: Cashmere/Black Pearl/Green

Product DescriptionThe gold standard for what a lightweight road race bike can be. Built for climbing specialists and racers seeking lightweight responsiveness. With road race geometry to give a rider position with a flat back for flat out speed. The full carbon fibre frame and fork have flex zones built into the structure, called SAVE by Cannondale these add compliance and comfort to the ride while remaining ultra-stiff under acceleration.

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not for me, no pedals!
Good deal that, prepare to get some dumb comments from people who know nothing about bikes though.
Biggunspaul16/07/2019 23:04

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Have bought loads of bikes, some came with pedals, some without. I wouldn't get hung up on it. Manufacturers do it to avoid waste as virtually all enthusiast road cyclists wear clipless.
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Good price for that!
Good deal that, prepare to get some dumb comments from people who know nothing about bikes though.
stevennoad16/07/2019 20:27

Good deal that, prepare to get some dumb comments from people who know …Good deal that, prepare to get some dumb comments from people who know nothing about bikes though.


If it had disc brakes a bigger cassette and was black or dark grey I’d be all over that , tredz as wel so Halfords c2w £1000 down on it too so a massive saving
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 16th Jul
not for me, no pedals!
Great bike , great offer. I’m looking for a road bike around this budget , I just wait for a deal with disc breaks. If it was the disc version i would definitely pull the trigger.. Thanks for sharing this!!
On the site there is a similar carbon for £50less Witt disc brakes with sounds good unless it’s lower quality parts and heavier but I’m not sure
Edited by: "252Scooby_" 16th Jul
does this have a BB30 bottom bracket though, i’ll take a look, that’s the one thing that would put me off
mdentz16/07/2019 21:43

does this have a BB30 bottom bracket though, i’ll take a look, that’s the o …does this have a BB30 bottom bracket though, i’ll take a look, that’s the one thing that would put me off


If its cannondale its gonna be something BB30 + some odd tooling required. I have a Caad 10, love it accept the annoying BB, such a rubbish design. Give me the threaded Shimano BB any day, simple-cheap-works.

Great deal though.
mattrixdesign216/07/2019 21:48

If its cannondale its gonna be something BB30 + some odd tooling required. …If its cannondale its gonna be something BB30 + some odd tooling required. I have a Caad 10, love it accept the annoying BB, such a rubbish design. Give me the threaded Shimano BB any day, simple-cheap-works.Great deal though.


Yeah it’s a shame, looks a great price for carbon Ultegra. BB30a, still a lot of stuff online regarding creaking, it would drive me insane, bad enough riding in a bunch with people are their bikes are doing it
No rack mounts front or rear. Terrible.
mdentz16/07/2019 21:53

Yeah it’s a shame, looks a great price for carbon Ultegra. BB30a, still a l …Yeah it’s a shame, looks a great price for carbon Ultegra. BB30a, still a lot of stuff online regarding creaking, it would drive me insane, bad enough riding in a bunch with people are their bikes are doing it


I've got a BB30 on my Carbon Synapse and had the odd bit of creaking. Replaced the bearings fairly recently had seems to have done the trick for the time being!
supersonic_6716/07/2019 21:57

I've got a BB30 on my Carbon Synapse and had the odd bit of creaking. …I've got a BB30 on my Carbon Synapse and had the odd bit of creaking. Replaced the bearings fairly recently had seems to have done the trick for the time being!


Hopefully it stays that way, i know how annoying little niggling things on a bike can be. Thanks for taking the time to post up a bike deal, always keeping my eye out for a bargain
Biggunspaul16/07/2019 23:04

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No bit generally people spending more than a couple of hundred on a bike do so because they have some knowledge i.e. different pedals for different people, whether it's SPD, SPD SL, Keo, speedplay, etc
Biggunspaul16/07/2019 23:04

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To be honest if you use this forum & you can guarantee that if someone posts a deal on a road bike you’ll always get some smart a**ed comment about “I’m not paying that for a bike with no pedals” just like someone already did on this post. It’s not just cyclists in the know.
Usually bikes for sale don’t have pedals fitted in the photos if you check. Although my Specialized bike that I bought a few years ago did come with a set of pedals (not that I used them).
Biggunspaul16/07/2019 23:04

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Have bought loads of bikes, some came with pedals, some without. I wouldn't get hung up on it. Manufacturers do it to avoid waste as virtually all enthusiast road cyclists wear clipless.
Not quite full Integra as chainset is FSA but otherwise hot deal. Plus you get free basic pedals to get you started straight away! 😜
Biggunspaul16/07/2019 23:04

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Absolutely ridiculous this business of selling bikes without pedals. You could say a bike without pedals is not fit for purpose.
Great price,but as others have posted,the BB lets it down massively (from one who knows)
Buy it,bin the BB
jamgin17/07/2019 07:40

Absolutely ridiculous this business of selling bikes without pedals. You …Absolutely ridiculous this business of selling bikes without pedals. You could say a bike without pedals is not fit for purpose.


I'd rather not have that cost embedded and be free to choose my pedals though. There is no way I would be running flat pedals on a racing bike and doing 50+ miles on them.
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Biggunspaul16/07/2019 23:04

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Honestly, I agree with that (especially on eBikes) - I mean it's hardly an added expense for a 5 quid pair of flat pedals (which probably cost £2 to manufacture) to come with the bike is it? A lot of it is just for the bike snobs I'm afraid.
Pedals are generally accepted as personal preference and it would be very wasteful to bundle plastic with every bike made that ultimately will go in the bin.
Well specced bike for the money and the cycle2work has no upper limit. I got an email from Evans stating that they would be recommending a £5000 limit but it would be down to the employers discretion.
M_L17/07/2019 17:43

I'd rather not have that cost embedded and be free to choose my pedals …I'd rather not have that cost embedded and be free to choose my pedals though. There is no way I would be running flat pedals on a racing bike and doing 50+ miles on them.



I use standard cheap plastic pedals with toe clips; never got round to spending the extra £80 or so for clipless pedals plus clipless compatible shoes. Do you think they make allot of difference?.
afroylnt17/07/2019 19:05

I use standard cheap plastic pedals with toe clips; never got round to …I use standard cheap plastic pedals with toe clips; never got round to spending the extra £80 or so for clipless pedals plus clipless compatible shoes. Do you think they make allot of difference?.


A huge difference, particularly if you are smashing it along and don’t want numb feet or them to keep slipping.

Obviously they are not a necessity but I find they make riding a lot more comfortable
Biggunspaul17/07/2019 18:54

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Then be mad at the shop, Tredz clearly state pedals not included.
Its normal to have no pedals, as there are about 10+ different sorts of clipless pedals you could have. Also lots of people will just be swapping pedals over from their old bike. Its to avoid waste, like avoiding carrier bags, or unecessary plastic.
I’m afraid I agree with team no pedals too. I don’t want to be having to pay for something extra I’m not going to use on an already expensive bike. On a cheaper bike, sure, give the option of having a £10 pair of flat pedals if you want, but otherwise the chances are it’s wasted money that could be knocked off the price. If you’re dropping £1k on a road bike, it’s probably more than likely that you’ve already bought into a particular pedal system (pedals, shoes, and cleats).

For example, I use 2 bolt mountain bike SPD pedals on all my bike. The chances are that a road bike would have to come with either flat pedals, or SPD-SL, which would both be useless to me, so would end up in a box somewhere or need to be resold.

I’m all for clarity though, so should definitely be made clear at the point of sale for the uninitiated.
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M_L17/07/2019 19:12

A huge difference, particularly if you are smashing it along and don’t w …A huge difference, particularly if you are smashing it along and don’t want numb feet or them to keep slipping.Obviously they are not a necessity but I find they make riding a lot more comfortable



I find Toe clips do stop your feet slipping off the pedeals (I can't imagine cyclnig without something stopping your feet slipping off) and I personally don't get numb feet; I just use a pair of old running shoes. I should really buy a pair of flat cycling shoes but again not got round to it.

Maybe I need to find some 2nd hand stuff just to give it a try....
stevennoad16/07/2019 20:27

Good deal that, prepare to get some dumb comments from people who know …Good deal that, prepare to get some dumb comments from people who know nothing about bikes though.


Inevitable - “I can buy a car for this, or 7 crappy Halfords bikes”
I guess it’s the big difference between the service you get online versus a local bike shop. If you were spending the money face to face, the situation couldn’t occur, because it would be all part of the discussion and buying process (you’d hope).

It’s a tricky one to balance, because there’s so much preference involved in both the pedals and the seat to a lesser extent. Each of my bikes now has a different seat on to the one supplied because I didn’t get on with them for one reason or another, but I had to learn what was right for me over time. Now that I do know what I want from a bike, I’d be irritated at having to pay for bits I don’t want, when I could have it at a slightly cheaper price, so it’s a bit catch-22! Nothing ever comes for free though
Biggunspaul17/07/2019 21:27

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You're ranting about something irrelevant and easily researchable on an internet forum.
Biggunspaul17/07/2019 21:40

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Funnily enough yes. 2 seconds on Google yields a world of results.
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MrJenkinsEsq17/07/2019 19:33

I’m afraid I agree with team no pedals too. I don’t want to be having to …I’m afraid I agree with team no pedals too. I don’t want to be having to pay for something extra I’m not going to use on an already expensive bike. On a cheaper bike, sure, give the option of having a £10 pair of flat pedals if you want, but otherwise the chances are it’s wasted money that could be knocked off the price. If you’re dropping £1k on a road bike, it’s probably more than likely that you’ve already bought into a particular pedal system (pedals, shoes, and cleats).For example, I use 2 bolt mountain bike SPD pedals on all my bike. The chances are that a road bike would have to come with either flat pedals, or SPD-SL, which would both be useless to me, so would end up in a box somewhere or need to be resold. I’m all for clarity though, so should definitely be made clear at the point of sale for the uninitiated.


Without wanting to get drawn into a row, why do road bikes come with saddles? Most cyclists have a preferred saddle that they are used to riding on and will swap off the one that comes with the bike.

Just strikes me as odd that it's only pedals that aren't shipped, when a pair of basic flat pedals would be so cheap to bundle with the bike. The reason why is because snobs would look down on it! Also some road/race bikes do come with pedals, especially Decathlon bikes, but then again snobs would look down on those too! For example my BTwin Mach 720 bike came with pedals (going back a couple of years now).

I mean for goodness sake, one of my bikes came with tyre levers and a cadence sensor but no pedals... why?
Biggunspaul17/07/2019 21:43

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No, because that would be rather thick. Optional extras, spare wheel etc

I'm assuming you're trolling now, or attempting to
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Good deal - a colleague rides one and they are nice bits of kit. Cannondale BB's are the devils work but you may as well price in the tools given the value on offer here.
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