Cannondale is excited to partner with SRAM on many of our premier teams as well as on many of our products. SRAM is the choice of Liquigas-Cannondale, Cannondale Factory Racing, Cannondale prepared by Cyclocrossworld.com and many of our world-class athletes.

SRAM RED:



The Pro Gruppo
SRAM RED is the first choice for riders and racers who won't accept any compromise. The most challenging races in the world have been won on SRAM RED, including the Tour de France, Giro d'Italia and Paris-Roubaix.

Liquigas-Cannondale is SRAM RED-equipped. Its success in the pro peloton speaks for itself. Featured on the SuperSix EVO, the Synapse Hi-MOD and the SuperX.

SRAM APEX:

Wherever the road takes you
You like to climb long mountain passes, or your local hill, but don't want clumsy triple cranks on your bike? With the first 11-32 cassette for the road, and the new SRAM Apex compact crankset, you will have a wider gear range than the most popular triple combinations.

Climb and descend more efficiently with SRAM features like Zero-loss, reach-adjust, and DoubleTap shifting. Featured on the Synapse.

SRAM XX:

Precision. Consistency. Victory
The very first 2X10 group in mountain biking delivers unparalleled shifting performance at an incredibly light weight. X-Glide technology incorporated into the chainrings equals a front shift that has never been this crisp. By maximizing the number of perfectly aligned points between the large and small chainrings, X-Glide shifts when you shift.

With the integrated MatchMaker tied to Cannondale's Lefty, you have the lightest and most intuitive system on the trail. The choice of Cannondale Factory Racing and featured on the Flash, Flash 29'er and Scalpel.

ZIPP 303 CX:

The qualities that make the 303 ideal for "road" races like Paris-Roubaix also make it the ultimate cyclocross wheelset.

Despite its toughness and stability, the 303 Cyclocross is lighter than many dedicated climbing wheelsets. At just 1206 grams, the 303 provides excellent lateral stiffness when accelerating out of technical corners and punching over short, steep hills.