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  • First Look: Cannondale’s 2015 SuperX and CAADX Cyclocross Bikes – Bye Cantis, Hello Hydraulics

    Red 22 hydraulic disc brakes and drivetrain on the flagship model. Cannondale's 2015 Super-X Hi-Mod with Red 22 Hydro R. © Cyclocross Magazine

    Cannondale says bye-bye to cantilevers, hello to hydraulic disc brakes for 2015. The company showcased their newest, top-of-the-line cyclocross model, the SuperX Hi-Mod Carbon SRAM Red 22, at Press Camp 2014, and we have a full photo gallery of that bike, as…

  • Ryan Trebon’s Solid Disc Brake Rotors – Spy Photos

    140mm solid rotors on Ryan Trebon's Cannondale SuperX High Mod Disc cyclocross bike. © Clifford Lee

    Disc brake rotors typically include many cut-outs for weight savings, but those holes often serve as the perfect place for pad-eating sand and dirt to camp out and wear down brake pads. Over the course of the season, we’ve seen…

  • Pro Bike Profile: Ryan Trebon’s Cannondale SuperX

    Ryan Trebon's new custom Cannondale SuperX cantilever brake carbon cyclocross bike. © Cyclocross Magazine

    New Cannondale p/b CyclocrossWorld signee Ryan Trebon received his custom-made cantilever brake-equipped Cannondale SuperX carbon cyclocross bikes a month ago, but had his first chance to race them to glory just this Tuesday at the Raleigh Midsummer Night Cyclocross race…

  • A Look at Cannondale’s 2013 SuperX and CAADX Cyclocross Bikes – Press Camp 2012

    Cannondale 2013 CAADX cyclocross bike with Ultegra. ©Cyclocross Magazine

    Park City, Utah – Cyclocross Magazine’s Utah resident Tim Akers crashed the 2012 Press Camp party at Deer Valley and got early specs on the 2013 Cannondale cyclocross line as well as an up-close look at two new 2013 Cannondale…

  • Stu Thorne Talks Back About Disc Brakes

    It didn't come out often during the season, but Tim Johnson was all disc and all speed on his new prototype bike. ©Pat Malach

    by Molly Hurford With the huge response we got to our most recent Mechanical Monday topic of disc brakes, we had to reach out to the man who has helped to start the revolution. Stu Thorne, the owner of CyclocrossWorld.com,…

  • Tim Johnson’s Prototype Disc Brake Cannondale SuperX Bike

    It didn't come out often during the season, but Tim Johnson was all disc and all speed on his new prototype bike. ©Pat Malach

    by Josh Liberles Tim Johnson, one of America’s top ’crossers, has had a disc-brake-equipped prototype carbon Cannondale SuperX on board the Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com team truck for most of the season, but he’s only busted it out in races recently. It was…

  • Cross Clash: Johnson Takes Powers in the Battle of the Titans on the Interbike Mini-Velodrome

    Pre-race press conference, Powers in a black silk robe, Johnson in a bathrobe, reporters clamoring for quotes.

    In the pursuit match done on a mini-velodrome with BMX bikes, cyclocross legends Tim Johnson and Jeremy Powers duked it out at high noon in a two-out-of-three match. Pre-race, the two contenders held a press conference (see picture) and weighed…

  • Heule Joins Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com

    Here, Christian Heule has recaptured the Swiss national champion's title. Now, what can we expect from him in the US this season? File photo © Bart Hazen

    Rumors have been flying about European racers coming stateside for the 2011/12 cyclocross season, and both the Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com team and Christian Heule featured prominently in those speculations. Stu Thorne made no secret about looking for someone to take the place vacated by Jeremy Powers, and Christian Heule announced a new team and a big change for the upcoming season, but hadn’t yet confirmed details. Well, now the secret’s out – Heule will ride alongside Tim Johnson, Jamey Driscoll and Kaitlin Antonneau for his final season, and he’ll mix a US-based schedule with some European swings.

  • Pro Bike Profile: Kaitlin Antonneau’s Cannondale SuperX Cyclocross Bike

    Our latest issue of our print magazine, Issue 12, is finally a wrap, and Cyclocross Magazine print magazine subscribers will enjoy another 108-page, content-packed magazine for a well-timed off-season cyclocross fix (and a faster pace of issues in the fall)….

  • National Championship Jerseys Unveiled at Surf City Finale

    While Europe’s cyclocross powerhouses were busy awarding its National Championship jerseys, two National Championship jerseys were unveiled at Aptos High School today at the Surf City Cyclocross Series Finale in Aptos, Calif. National Champ Tim Johnson (Cannondale – CyclocrossWorld) made…

  • Pro Bike Profile – Jamey Driscoll’s Cannondale CAAD9 Cyclocross

    by Jamie Mack Jamey Driscoll has been having a breakout year.  With each race he seems to be stepping more out of the shadows of his Cannondale/Cyclocrossworld.com teammates Tim Johnson and Jeremy Powers.  Driscoll has pulled together some impressive results…

  • Rad Racing GP Post-Race Party to Support Rad Racing’s Youth Programs

    Rad Racing GP Post-Race Party

    Rad Racing is hosting  a post-race party to benefit its youth cycling club at 6pm on Sunday at the Old Town Bicycle shop. The CyclocrossWorld.com / Cannondale cyclocross team will be there, and there will be a raffle to win…

  • Trek and Cannondale Recall Forks on Hybrids

    Using a hybrid for ‘cross or commuting?  With 700c wheels and cantilever brake posts, hybrids can make great starter ‘cross bikes. But if you own a recent model Trek or Cannondale hybrid with a house-branded suspension fork, see the recall…



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