Bike collectors are being given the opportunity to own a Cannondale with fresh provenance.
The brand has announced a sweepstake with Rigoberto Urán’s Cannondale SystemSix from the 2020 Tour de France as its prize. Cannondale’s desire is to celebrate the most unseasonably late Tour de France in memory, in a year when many doubted that cycling’s most important race would even happen.
The sweepstake will run for all of December and does not require a product purchase to enter. You can simply follow this link.
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Cannondale is limiting eligibility to enter the sweepstakes to a select few nations, which includes the United States, Canada (excluding Quebec), Austria, France, Germany, Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and Switzerland.
One fortunate winner will receive Rigoberto Urán’s team-issue SystemSix race bike, in its final Champs-Élysées riding trim with the official Tour de France race number still attached.
The 51cm frame is finished with a Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 drivetrain and rolls Vision Metron 55 road bike wheels. Converting rider input to pedalling power is a Hollowgram crankset, with data harvested into a Power2max power meter.
A bike with impeccable race pedigree, used in a rendition of the Tour de France which will be spoken of for decades, this Rigoberto Urán SystemSix is a notably collectable Cannondale.
Alongside the SuperSix Evo - the lightweight bike in the EF Pro Cycling's fleet of Cannondale road bikes - and the Slice time trial bike, the SystemSix was ridden to a respectable 8th place on GC by the 33-year-old Colombian, finishing just 8:02 down on Tadej Pogačar.
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