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Women’s Race Bike of the Year

Cannondale SuperSix Evo Ultegra

Pembrokeshire Bikes Supersix Evo Womens Ultegra Bike of the Year
The BasllisTec Carbon frame has had a reworked carbon lay-up which makes the forks heavier and stiffer but the frame lighter. It is so responsive that you can’t help but rag it everywhere, while you grin from ear to ear…
All Shimano Ultegra 6800 bar the Cannondale Si cranks and FSA chainrings, all of which perform exceptionally well.
There’s enough clearance to fit 28mm tyres thanks to Cannondales’ revised bottom bracket setup.
The womens’ specific Selle Royal Seta S1 saddle and compact bars mean that this bike is ready to ride straight out of the box.

The SuperSix Evo provides out and out raw fun. It has a blend of speed, stiffness and weight that inspires confidence, thanks to its great geometry and componentry.

Weight: 7.7Kg

Frame: BallisTec Carbon

Groupset: Shimano Ultegra 6800 w/Si Cranks and FSA Chainrings

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Climber’s Race Bike of the Year (2nd Place)

Storck Durnario

Pembrokeshire Bikes Storck Durnario
What is really impressive about this bike is the combination of weight and stiffness. At 890g it really asserts it self as a climbing frame.
Kitted out with the full Shimano Ultegra groupset and a set of DT Swiss RC Spline wheels.
Storck has a reputation for producing bikes that take things to the next level. The Durnario is no exception.
The Prologo Kappa2 is a great pilot seat.

It’s on really steep climbs that the Durnario is at it’s best. It is a machine that lends it self to sharp accelerations and performs well in all areas. Storck is not the biggest bike brand in the world, but for those in the know, it is the connoisseur’s choice when it comes to high quality carbon frames.

Weight: 6.8Kg

Frame: CFR Carbon

Groupset: Shimano Ultegra

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Disc Brake Race Bike of the Year (2nd Place)

Cannondale SuperSix Evo Disk Hi-Mod

Pembrokeshire Bikes Cannondale SuperSix Hi-Mod Disc Bike of the Year
Although this frame is similar to the non-disc version, the frame and fork have had a completely redesigned carbon layup used to cope with the different forces that disc brakes exert, this does however increase the weight by about 150g.
Kitted out with Shimano’s Ultegra groupset and Cannondale’s very capable HollowGram Si chains.
The bikes comes with Mavic Aksium Disc WTS wheels as standard.
The Cannondale engineers have done a great job of retaining the sublime, assured handling of the original SuperSix.

If you are after a disc brake race bike that still retains the sensation and excitement of a race bike, the Evo should be on your list. With skinny tubes, stays and a traditional frame shape, it is not hard to look at either.

Weight: 7.62Kg

Frame: BallisTec Hi-Mod Carbon

Groupset: Shimano Ultegra with HollowGram Si Chainset

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