Our very first 2015 Cannondale Slice made its way out to the floor recently, and we couldn't be more excited about how it turned out. As with every Cannondale bike, the Slice maintains a perfect blend of comfort and performance. Spec'd with the new Shimano 105 11-speed drive train (which includes the new direct-mount caliper brakes), a FSA Gossamer crankset, with a Vision cockpit, and only coming in at $2700, the Slice 105 is a great deal. Better yet, its low price point allows for easy upgrades, such as that new set of Mavic Cosmic CXR 80 tubular wheels you saw Cannondale Pro Cycling rider Ted King ripping on at the Tour de San Luis in January.
If you're wanting to get into the sport of triathlon, or you want to race in the local time-trail series, there's no better bike to start with than the Slice 105.