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Cannondale 2023 Giro Change Out Bikes Are Repurposed LAB71 EVO Frames

a man rides a Cannondale bicycleOne of Cannondale's repurposed, repainted frames. All photos c. Jered Gruber, Ashley Gruber, and Tim Wilkey.
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Earlier this week we reported on Rapha’s upcycled jerseys, a version of which the EF Education-EasyPost and EF Education-TIBCO-SVB teams will rock at this year’s Giro d’Italia. Well, the reuse mentality doesn’t stop there for the Cannondale teams.

Rather than manufacture new frames just for this race, Cannondale has repurposed team LAB71 SuperSix EVO frames, giving each ride a fresh lick of paint using shop leftovers.

“Each frame is hand-painted, no two rider bikes will be the same,” a Cannondale press release reads.

These frames aren’t publicly available, so don’t get your hopes up. But you can certainly drool over them right here. Cannondale even sent over some “process” photos so you can get a peek into the paint shop goings on.

Enjoy!

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It's Me!
It's Me!
9 months ago

Those frames look fantastic!

Miguel
Miguel
9 months ago

Great idea but pay it forward to average Joe’s buying bicycles

Fake Namerton
Fake Namerton
9 months ago

I can hear the bottom brackets creaking from here. Garbage company with subpar products that doesn’t honor its warranty.

tangible1
tangible1
6 months ago
Reply to  Fake Namerton

the BB are threaded, not pressfit. no creaking, no lying.

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