SUPERSIX 6 APEX

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msrp  $ 2220

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Speed. Racer.

Oversized for Stiffness

The massively oversized BeatBox BB area, 1-1/8” to 1.5” tapered steerer, deep-radius headtube and oversized asymmetric chainstays deliver point-and-shoot handling and maximum power transfer.

Race-Winning Pedigree

Light and stiff, with an alive, communicative ride-feel, the 2012 SuperSix is the direct descendant of the frame that carried Team Liquigas-Cannondale to victory in the Giro d’Italia and Vuelta a España.

Hourglass Seatstays

Curved, hourglass-shaped seat stays allow for vertical deflection and compliance over less than perfect road surfaces. The result is improved control and comfort after long days in the saddle.

Frame

SuperSix, full carbon, BB30

Fork

SuperSix, full carbon, 1-1/8"-1.5" tapered steerer, alloy dropouts

Crank

FSA Omega BB30, 50/34

Bottom Bracket

FSA BB30

Shifters

SRAM APEX

Cog Set

SRAM PG-1050, 11-26, 10-speed

Chain

KMC DX 10SC, 10-speed

Front Derailleur

SRAM APEX, 34.9mm clamp

Rear Derailleur

SRAM APEX WiFli

Rims

Shimano R501A

Hubs

Shimano R501A

Tires

Schwalbe Lugano, 700x23c, folding

Pedals

not included

Brake

SRAM APEX

Handlebar

Cannondale C3 Compact

Stem

Cannondale C3, 31.8mm, 6 deg.

Headset

SuperSix, 1.5 lower bearing, 30mm top cap, w/5mm hidden alloy top cover

Spokes

Shimano R501A

Grips

Cannondale 2.5mm Suede w/ gel backing bar tape

Saddle

Cannondale Stage Ergo w/ Crmo Rails

Seat Post

Cannondale C3 carbon wrap, 31.6mmx300mm

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SUPERSIX 6 APEX
 
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5.0

Good Ride for an Entry Level Carbon Bike

By JBM

from HP, California

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        Comments about SUPERSIX 6 APEX:

        I got this bike because all of my cycling friends told me, Cannondale is a good brand to get and I would be happy riding it. This SuperSix with Apex components feels great. The shifting from high to low and low to high is smooth with the sram double tap shifters(even smoother if it came with rival or higher end components). The shimano stock wheels also rides smooth and the road vibrations are dampered by the carbon frame and fork. So it does not feel so punchy while riding over little bumps. The only thing I have changed out so far is switching to slick tires and the seat since having this bike for more than a year. My only big complaint about this bike is the weight. I have felt higher end model bikes and those feel really light but for this entry level bike and the price I got it, this is not so bad at about 18.6 lbs with my 2 bottle cages/delta clip pedals/cycle computer and rear safety light.

        • Cycling Style:
        • Comfort Oriented
        • Was this a gift?:
        • No

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