Spring Ride Guide - Road Bikes

Spring weather means putting the indoor trainer away and getting outside on the bike. Whether you're ramping up for race season or just looking to conquer that upcoming charity ride, we've got the right bike for you. 

Cannondale CAAD10

A CAAD10 with Shimano 105 and GP4000s is just about all the race bike anyone could ever need. The ultimate in aluminum performance at a price that will keep your wallet and spouse happy. 

Specialized S-Works Amira

S-Works Amira SL4 is the lightest, stiffest, and fastest women's bike around. The Amira features custom size layups of their FACT 11r carbon frame with women's-tuned geometry, tapered headtube, and internal cable routing. This is the perfect platform for building your dream race bike.

Specialized Roubaix

When it comes to endurance road bikes, the word comfort gets thrown around a lot. Make no mistake, the Roubaix doesn't sacrifice performance when delivering a bike that will ride smoother and more stable over your charity century ride. Raced in the Spring classics over european cobblestones, the Roubaix is a proven bike all the way up to the elite level.

Cannondale Synapse Disc

The Cannondale Synapse Disc made Velonews.com's 2015 Buyer's Guide and for good reasons. The Synapse Disc has all the performance and comfort you want in an Endurance Road bike but swaps traditional road brakes for disc brakes. Disc brakes provide better stopping power in all conditions and make room for bigger, grippier tires. When the road gets rough on that 100 mile Bike VA ride, you will be cruising in style with plush 28c tires.