.... Cannondale Synapse Reviews
Cannondale Synapse Reviews
Summary of reviews for the Cannondale Synapse
In this section we have summarised reviews on several of the Cannondale Synapse bike models,
the Cannondale Synapse Carbon,
and the Cannondale Synapse Alloy.
There is a total of 5 reviews from some well-known cycling websites and we've also included links
to retailers who have a good number of customer reviews.
In addition there are also some historic reviews, so you can see the track record of this particular range of bikes.
You can also compare prices and check for discounts on any of these bikes. We check over 10 of the main cycle shops listed.
We've found 6 shops that stock the Cannondale Synapse range, with a total of 141 bikes listed.
Cannondale Synapse Bikes
138 prices from 6 cycle shops
Check for customer reviews below:
There are also 42 bikes available at discount prices. Here are the top 5:
Cannondale Synapse Hi-Mod SRAM RED Disc 2015 Road Bike (Ex-Demo / Ex-Display) - 61cm Black
Cannondale Synapse Carbon 105 5 Disc 2017 Road Bike 56cm (Ex-Demo / Ex-Display) Black
Cannondale Synapse Al Claris Womens Road Bike 2017 48cm - Grey
Cannondale Synapse Claris Womens Road Bike 2017 Grey
Cannondale Synapse Disc 105 Womens Road Bike 2017 Black/Yellow
Cannondale Synapse Carbon
Bike Radar from 2014 (covers the 5 model) and
comments on the all round capability, giving this bike a lead in its class which also made it the Cycling Plus bike of the year.
Also the review mentions the speed and comfort: which is exceptional, whether you are racing all day on different surfaces or flat out downhill, where it is very secure and stable and in addition, the
upgradeability as the basic bike design is so good, its easy to change components and move your bike up through the performance levels.
Overall this reviewer gives the bike a 5.0/5 rating.
Cycling Weekly has a review from 2016 (covering the 105 model) and
detailing the comfort features and ride position, which are designed to fit with this bike's position aimed at the endurance cycling market.
There are also good comments about the frame: which considering it is carbon, is assessed as high quality for the price, giving stability at speed and the
upgrade possibilities as the wheels could easily be changed for a lighter set, together with a brake upgrade to match the quality of the frame.
This review gives a rating of 4.5/5.
Amongst the reviews is one from Road.cc from 2015 (covering the Ultegra Disc model) and
mentioning the fast ride, if you decide to have a speedy ride, the balance of frame and fork stiffness, with the light weight, means you can get your head down and race.
This review also mentions the smooth ride: which is due to a great combination of frame quality and geometry, which allows very long rides with the minimum of fatigue and the
good brakes using Shimano hydraulic discs, with good power and modulation, making this bike ideal as a fast all-year, all-rounder.
This review includes a rating of 4.5/5.
Cannondale Synapse Alloy
Reviews include Choose My Bicycle from 2016 (covering the 105 Disc model) and
describing the good comfort, with a pliant and forgiving frame as a result of the suspension technology built into it, which soaks up bumps and poor road surfaces.
It also comments on the smooth gearing: which is a result of the established 105 drivetrain components, also providing a good range of gears for most cycling outings, plus the
all round capabilities that result from the bike being designed as an endurance road machine, with a relaxed, stable and predictable behaviour, aided by the disc brakes that stop on anything.
This site rates this for the Cannondale Synapse Alloy, bike at 4.0/5.
Amongst the reviews is one from Roadbikeaction.com from 2015 (covering the 105 Disc 5 model) and
mentioning the comfort, which allows this bike to be used on all road surfaces, all day, without too much vibration or road defects giving you fatigue.
This review for the Cannondale Synapse Alloy also mentions the balanced performance: which ideally suits those who are new to road cycling, but also want to get some speed up on a bike that is still easy to handle and the
value for money demonstrated by the ability of this bike to fit in with whatever type of cycling you want to do.
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