Take flight on the fastest lightweight road bike there is. The new Cannondale SuperSix Evo is everything you want in a pure road bike. Light weight, efficient, and ideally balanced.
The New Cannondale Super Six Evo
July 10, 2019
30 watts. That's how much power the drag-reducing tube shapes and integrated design of the new SuperSix EVO saves over the prior version at 30 mph (48.3 km/h). 21 percent. Wind tunnel testing revealed a reduction in drag by a massive 21% compared to its predecessor.
With the lightest disc brake road frameset Cannondale has ever made, the new redesigned SuperSix EVO won’t let you down when the grade goes up. The new design features a racy geometry and stiffness for explosive speed that you expect out of a pure road bike. Better micro-suspension within the tube shapes along with an integrated SAVE seatpost coupled with big tire clearance offers surprising smoothness. It all adds up to precise handling and a ride-feel that’s out of sight. The new Speed Release dropouts provide thru-axle stiffness with QR ease. And clever integrated cable routing provides less drag and easy upkeep. It’s a runner, and a stunner.
An integrated wheel sensor delivers hyper accurate speed, route and distance info, registers your bike, reminds you of needed service and more, all through the free Cannondale App.
There are eleven different models, including 4 women's models. The flagship SuperSix EVo Hi-Mod Disc Dura Ace Di2 retails for $11,500. The model pictured here is the SuperSix EVo Hi-Mod Disc Ultegra Di2, which sells for $7,750. The new SuperSix EVO includes a rim brake Shimano 105 model that starts the line at $2,200.
SuperSix EVo Hi-Mod Disc Ultegra Di2
Fast just got faster.
A pure road bike that's ultra light, smooth, and yes, fast.