• Synapse Carbon Disc Ultegra di2, women's road bike, women's bikes, cannondale,carbon, shimano, bicycle
  • $4,200

Light, smooth, fast and elegantly designed. The all-new Synapse is the ultimate machine for full-gas, full-day exploits.




Component Overview


ALL-NEW Synapse Women's Disc, BallisTec Carbon, SAVE


Shimano Ultegra Hydro Disc Di2 Group


Ultegra R8070, Flat Mount


Cannondale Si w/ FSA rings


Mavic Aksium Disc



Cannonale C2 Carbon Seatpost, C2 Alloy Bar/Stem


NEW Synapse Disc Women's Asymmetric, BallisTec Carbon, Di2 ready, SAVE, BB30a, flat mount, 12mm thru axle


NEW Synapse Disc Women's Asymmetric, SAVE, BallisTec Carbon, integrated crown race, 12x100mm thru-axle, size-specific design 44-48: 1 1/8" steerer/60mm rake, 51-54: 1-1/8" - 1-1/4" tapered steerer/55mm rake


Mavic Aksium Disc


Mavic Aksium Disc, Centerlock


Mavic Aksium


Schwalbe Lugano, Folding, 700x28c


Not included


Cannondale Si, BB30a, w/ FSA rings, 50/34

Bottom Bracket

FSA BB30 Bearings


Shimano HG601, 11-speed

Rear Cogs

Shimano Ultegra R8000, 11-32, 11-speed

Front Derailleur

Shimano Ultegra Di2 R8050, braze-on

Rear Derailleur

Shimano Ultegra Di2 R8050 GS


Shimano Ultegra Di2 R8070 hydro disc


Cannondale C2 Women's Compact, butted 2014 Alloy


Cannondale Grip Bar Tape w/Gel, 3.5mm


Cannondale C2, 7050 Alloy, 31.8, 6 deg.


Synapse Si, 25mm carbon top cap


Shimano Ultegra R8070 hydro disc, flat mount, 160/160mm

Brake Levers

Shimano Ultegra R8070 hydro disc


Selle Royal Seta S1 Women's


Cannondale C2, UD Carbon, Di2 Battery, 25.4x350mm


44, 48, 51, 54

Innovation AND Technology

  • Asymmetric Frame Design
  • Endurance Race Geometry
  • Full Fender Compatibility
  • Race Level Stiffness
  • Room for 32mm Tires
  • Save Micro-Suspension
  • Size-Optimized Design
  • Thru Axles
  • Flat Out, Flat Mount
  • Cable Control

Rider Position / Bike Geometry

Performance focused, but slightly more upright for comfort. Perfect for long days in the saddle and confident handling on all road surfaces.

Innovation AND Technology

Asymmetric Frame Design

950G FrameLight, clean and easy to adjust flat mount discs on all models, with 142x12mm rear and 100x12mm front thru-axles.

Endurance Race Geometry

Endurance Race GeometryEndurance Race Geometry strikes the perfect performance balance between full race aggression and the relaxed upright comfort of other “endurance” rigs.

Full Fender Compatibility

Fender UpHidden mounts and a removable seat stay bridge ensure that the Synapse is fully fender-ready for long days with no spray.

Race Level Stiffness

Race Level StiffnessAn asymmetrically designed frame and fork balance pedalling and disc loads to deliver World Tour sprinter level stiffness. Get ready to lay down power and rail corners like you wouldn't believe.

Room for 32mm Tires

Room For 32Embrace the backroads, the rough roads, the highways and the byways. With room in the front and rear for tires as big as 32mm (measured/actual) and SAVE Micro-Suspension, Synapse is ready for any road, anywhere.

Save Micro-Suspension

Save Micro-SuspensionEngineered to tune the harshness out of choppy road surfaces, and tune you in to what’s happening at your tires’ contact patches, so that you can concentrate on the important stuff – like nailing the right line or beating the sun home.

Size-Optimized Design

Size-Optimized DesignDistinct asymmetry in the fork and rear triangle enhances stiffness and improves braking performance.

Thru Axles

Thru AxlesThru-axles front and rear might seem like cost-of-entry these days, but often they're overkill. But ride this bike like it’s intended to be ridden and overkill, they ain't.

Flat Out, Flat Mount

Flat Out, Flat MountThe flat-mount brake standard should not be overlooked as a performance feature. Less hardware, less flex, easy to adjust, with no unnecessary weight. Flat out better.

Cable Control

Cable ControlElectrical, wireless, mechanical (hell, mount a flat-screen up there if you want), the Synapse’s intelligent and adaptable down-tube cable port keeps things clean, tidy and dialed.

Rider Position / Bike Geometry


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