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Israel Cycling Academy

Team Israel Cycling Academy is a pro continental cycling team there are based in Israel. The team was created in 2014 with the main objective of being a team that develops young riders, especially from Israel.
The history behind team started on a spring day in 2014, where the founders behind the team meet on one of Israel's most iconic climbs, Nes Harim, and it turned out to be the start of the first Israeli cycling team.

Ran Margaliot, one of the two founders, had during his professional career ridden at Team Saxo Bank before his career came to an end too early due to injuries.
This meant that he had not completed his dream of being the first Israeli to ride in the Tour De France.

It took only six months after he, together with his other founder, the businessman Ron Baron, launched the Team Israel Cycling Academy. Ran Margaliot dream of riding the Tour De France was now close to a reality, where he could be part of the race as Director Sportif instead of a rider.

Cannondale started sponsoring the team with their Supersix Hi-Mod model. The bike was their bike for the seasons 2016/2017. On these bikes, they won race such as the Tour d'Azerbaijan and the Israeli national championship.

The bikes on our shop come from Team Israel Cycling Academy and have been used as race bikes in the 2016/17 seasons. These include races such as the Tour d'Azerbaijan and the victory of the Israeli national championship.
This frame is one of the most famous frames, as it is a very versatile bike. The SuperSix Evo can both ride uphill due to the light weight of less than 800 grams for the frame and 316 grams for the fork. So if you want the ultimate climbing bike, this is the perfect choice for you. However, the Supersix Evo frame is not only made to ride upwards, but it is also sublime on the flat routes.


The Supersix is a frame that will suit most riders!

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