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Competition: Win a Cannondale SuperSix Evo Neo 2 e-bike

5 May 2021

This competition has now closed – Just answer a simple question and you're in with a chance of nabbing the £5,500 e-road bike

We don't need to explain how far e-bikes have come in the last few years, both in reach and technological advancement. As a result, their applications span the spectrum: they make that weekend group ride more accessible for people who want to ride harder or further.

Bikes like Cannondale's SuperSix Evo Neo 2 provide up to 250 watts assistance at speeds of up to 25kmh, so age, injuries, hills, winds and off-seasons are no obstacles to going for a ride any longer.

That's why Cyclist has teamed up with Cannondale to give you the chance to win one, a prize worth a hefty £5,500.

This competition has now closed

The SuperSix Evo Neo 2 shares much of the same DNA as the bikes raced in the WorldTour by the EF Education-Nippo team. Consequently, it is packed with premium features, using a similar ‘BallisTec’ carbon fibre frame construction, many similar Kammtail tube profiles and the same ‘SAVE’ compliance-boosting componentry.

The SuperSix Evo Neo 2 is as light as e-bikes get at 12kg, and is as aero efficient and comfortable as the multi award-winning regular SuperSix Evo.

Invisible assistance

The SuperSix Evo Neo 2 uses ebikemotion’s X35 drive system. The X35 rear hub-based motor uses a power meter and magnets in the cassette lockring to support the output of the rider up to 25kmh.

It delivers up to and extra 250 watts over a range as far as 100km. The system uses a battery small enough to be housed in the downtube, so the rear hub and subtle ‘iWoc’ control button on the top tube are the only clues the Neo 2 is more than a conventional road bike.

Shimano Ultegra shifting and integrated Cannondale App connectivity round off a well-balanced proposition that might just take your road riding to the next level.

This competition has now closed

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