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Competition: Win A Cannondale SuperSix Evo Neo 2 E-bike

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We interrupt your regularly scheduled program for a competition from Coach stablemates Cyclist magazine. Long story short, we’d like to win an e-bike worth more than five grand, we’re taking a wild guess that you'd like to as well. Enter on the  (opens in new tab)Cyclist (opens in new tab) website (opens in new tab), or if you need more convincing, read on.

We don't need to explain how far e-bikes have come in the last few years, both in reach and technological advancement. As a result, their applications span the spectrum: they make that weekend group ride more accessible for people who want to ride harder or further.

Bikes like Cannondale's SuperSix Evo Neo 2 provide up to 250 watts assistance at speeds of up to 25kmh, so age, injuries, hills, winds and off-seasons are no obstacles to going for a ride any longer.

That's why Cyclist has teamed up with Cannondale to give you the chance to win one, a prize worth a hefty £5,500.

The SuperSix Evo Neo 2 shares much of the same DNA as the bikes raced in the WorldTour by the EF Education-Nippo team. Consequently, it is packed with premium features, using a similar ‘BallisTec’ carbon fibre frame construction, many similar Kammtail tube profiles and the same ‘SAVE’ compliance-boosting componentry.

The SuperSix Evo Neo 2 is as light as e-bikes get at 12kg, and is as aero efficient and comfortable as the multi award-winning regular SuperSix Evo.

Invisible assistance

The SuperSix Evo Neo 2 uses ebikemotion’s X35 drive system. The X35 rear hub-based motor uses a power meter and magnets in the cassette lockring to support the output of the rider up to 25kmh.

It delivers up to and extra 250 watts over a range as far as 100km. The system uses a battery small enough to be housed in the downtube, so the rear hub and subtle ‘iWoc’ control button on the top tube are the only clues the Neo 2 is more than a conventional road bike.

Shimano Ultegra shifting and integrated Cannondale App connectivity round off a well-balanced proposition that might just take your road riding to the next level.

Enter on the Cyclist website (opens in new tab)

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