SUPERSIX EVO WOMEN'S ULTEGRA Di2

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msrp  $ 5550

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The world's most advanced women's road race machine.

SPEED SAVE Micro-Suspension Rear Stays

Subtle flex zones built into the chainstays and seatstays allow the rear wheel to track the ground, improving speed, handling and comfort. Tuned to work with the SPEED SAVE Fork.

ALL NEW ELITE GEOMETRY:

An all new women's-specific geometry based on frontal stack height and reach for each of the 5 (48-56) sizes available, making size selection and fitting a cinch!

SPEED SAVE Fork

A directional BallisTec carbon layup and offset dropouts give the fork the ability to absorb shock. A 1-1/8"to 1-1/4" tapered steerer offers the best balance of weight and stiffness. Available in 2 rakes to eliminate toe overlap on small sizes.

Frame

NEW SuperSix EVO women's, Full Carbon, Di2 Specific, SPEED SAVE, PressFit BB30

Fork

SuperSix EVO, SPEED SAVE, full carbon, 1-1/8" to 1-1/4" steerer

Crank

FSA SL-K Light Carbon BB30, 50/34

Bottom Bracket

SRAM PRESSFIT BB30

Shifters

Shimano Ultegra Di2 6770

Cog Set

Shimano Ultegra 6700, 11-28, 10-speed

Chain

Shimano Ultegra 6700

Front Derailleur

Shimano Ultegra Di2 6770

Rear Derailleur

Shimano Ultegra Di2 6770

Rims

Shimano Ultegra 6700 tubeless

Hubs

Shimano Ultegra 6700

Tires

Schwalbe Ultremo Tubeless 700x23c

Pedals

n/a

Brake

Shimano Ultegra 6700

Handlebar

Cannondale C1 Women's Compact Wing, hydroformed 7050 alloy

Stem

Cannondale C1 31.8mm 6 deg.

Headset

SuperSix EVO, 1-1/4" lower bearing, 25mm carbon top cover (w/ 5mm alloy hidden top cover)

Spokes

Shimano Ultegra 6700

Grips

New Cannondale Grip 2.5mm

Saddle

Fi'zi:k Arione Donna, w/ Mg rails

Seat Post

Cannondale C1, Lightweight Alloy 27.2x250mm

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5.0

Super bike

By Mac

from Houston, Texas

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        Comments about cannondale SUPERSIX EVO WOMEN'S ULTEGRA Di2:

        Bought one with 200 miles and Di2. Super fast bike, quick turns and very light. I weigh 180 lbs with 4 months of biking and was able to hit 22m/hr for 5 miles. Did 40 miles twice and i want to go further and faster!

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        5.0

        Couldn't be Happier

        By Shopbikerun

        from Tulsa, Oklahoma

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        Pros

        • Attractive Design
        • Comfortable
        • Durable
        • Great Components
        • Handles Well
        • Lightweight

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          • Road Biking

          Comments about cannondale SUPERSIX EVO WOMEN'S ULTEGRA Di2:

          Although I'm not a racer, I wanted a bike that would help take me to the front on my group rides. My previous bike was aluminum so, of course, the difference is night and day. I test rode a few other bikes, but none were as comfortable as the Evo. I wasn't sure about the paint scheme; I really wanted the new flat black look. But her shiny luster has grown on me and helps preserve her femininity. She's fast, smooth, stealthily quiet, and handles magnificently. Add the digital shifting, a true work of art, and you've got an elegant yet cunning machine that will be your lifelong champion. Or at least until your next new bike.

          My only caveat is the lack of any speed/cadence sensor integration. Seriously, don't bike manufacturers recognize that we all use high-end computers now? I really dislike having to zip tie my sensor to my gorgeous new frame. This is a serious oversight in my opinion and should be addressed, not just by Cannondale, but all manufacturers aside from Trek who has figured this out.

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