SuperSix EVO Ultegra Di2

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The SuperSix EVO is the ultimate road racing machine. Designed to be the perfect blend of all the key factors of performance - weight, stiffness, strength, compliance, handling and aerodynamics.

The SuperSix EVO is:

  • LIGHT: At under 700 grams, it is the lightest production frame in the world.
  • STIFF: It has the best stiffness-to-weight ever recorded, an incredible 142.3 Nm/deg/kg.
  • STRONG: Outperforms even most aluminum frames in destructive and fatigue testing.
  • SMOOTH: The two zone SPEED SAVE micro-suspension system improves comfort, speed, and control.
  • SLIM: EVO's smaller diameter tubes give it a significant aero advantage over its oversized competitors, without the weight and stiffness compromises of aero tube shapes.

Rider Profile:

Designed for the serious road racer, the EVO breaks the mold for elite race machines.

TECHNOLOGIES

  • BallisTec Carbon
    Cannondale's High Strength carbon construction method allows us to achieve extreme light weight, without sacrificing stiffness or strength.
  • EVO Frame Options
  • EVO Nano: The lightest production frame on the planet utilizes advanced high modulus BallisTec Construction and nano tech resins for maximum weight savings.
  • EVO Hi-MOD:
    The frame that started it all in 2012. High modulus BallisTec construction delivers extreme light weight and stiffness.
  • EVO Carbon: By using a higher percentage of intermediate-modulus fiber to tune the stiffness, we are able to expand the EVO line with a super high-performance, sub-950 gram frame. Offered both with and without internal rear brake routing.
  • 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.
  • SPEED SAVE Fork This 315 gram fork features full BallisTec carbon construction, an 1-1/8"to 1-1/4" tapered steerer for the best balance of weight and stiffness, and offset dropouts, which allow for more fork angle and compliance without affecting handling.
  • Reduced Frontal Area
    Compared to the oversized competition, the EVO's downtube is close to 20% smaller, the headtube 11% smaller, and the fork blades 15% thinner. This means less frontal area and less drag. In fact, tests show that EVO has a mere 14g more drag than the best "aero" frames without their added weight and harsh ride.
  • Continuous Carbon
    A continuous network of high modulus stiffening fibers runs around joint areas and along the outer edges of the frames tubes, connecting all parts of the frame and allowing precise tuning of stiffness and ride quality.
Frame

SuperSix EVO, BallisTec Carbon, Di2 Specific, SPEED SAVE, PressFit BB30

Fork

SuperSix EVO, BallisTec Carbon, SPEED SAVE, 1-1/8" to 1-1/4" steerer

Crank

Cannondale HollowGram Si, BB30, FSA Chainrings, 50/34

Bottom Bracket

Cannondale Alloy PF30 BB Cups, FSA BB30 Bearings

Shifters

Shimano Ultegra Di2 6870

Cog Set

Shimano Ultegra 6800, 11-25, 11-speed

Chain

Shimano Ultegra 6800, 11-speed

Front Derailleur

Shimano Ultegra Di2 6870, braze-on

Rear Derailleur

Shimano Ultegra Di2 6870

Rims

Fulcrum Racing 5

Hubs

Fulcrum Racing 5

Tires

Schwalbe Z1, 700x23c, folding

Pedals

N/A

Brake

Shimano Ultegra 6800

Handlebar

Cannondale C1 Compact

Stem

Cannondale C1, 31.8 6 deg.

Headset

SuperSix EVO, 1-1/4" lower bearing, 25mm carbon top cap, 5mm Hidden top cap

Brake Levers

Shimano Ultegra Di2 6870

Spokes

Fulcrum Racing 5

Grips

Cannondale Bar Tape w/Gel, 2.5mm

Saddle

Fi'zi:k Arione, w/ Mg Rails

Seat Post

Cannondale C1, Lightweight 2014 Alloy 27.2x250mm

Rear Shock

N/A

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5.0

I own a 2011 Evo!!!

By Just a guy on a AMAZING Cannondale 2011

from Desert Hot Springs, CA

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        Comments about cannondale SuperSix EVO Ultegra Di2:

        My first road bike was a Specialized Roubouix. Great bike $1,800 carbon for someone who was a beginner and wondering if they would even LIKE the sport. Fast forward to now. Cannondale Evo Six and even though it's a 2011 Di2 it's still badA!! I am not racing crits or century's. I just do my 800 miles a month or so with my wife and call it a good one. But I can say that this bike even from 3 years ago is AMAZING!! I can feel it will me up hills! It wants me to go faster and harder! I am just a below average JOE on a AMAZING frame but the performance of this bike even from 3 years ago is AWESOME! It feels so snappy and responsive. Each stroke I give to the pedals seems to be magnified going uphill. I joked that this bike is far better than my skills. But it is, no doubt. One day I will deserve this fine machine.

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        5.0

        Light and Fast

        By Moto Moto Triathlon Man

        from Dallas Texas

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              Comments about cannondale SuperSix EVO Ultegra Di2:

              I loved the EVO the first time I rode it. It is light, fast and smooth. Fully loaded with stock wheels/tires, tire bag, computer mounts, bottle mounts and cadence sensor it weighs exactly 18 lbs! The Di2 shifters are amazing. It is stable as a rock bombing down big hills. The frame does a good job absorbing most of road vibration without slowing you down. It takes hills as light as a feather but the frame is surprising stiff when I stand on the pedals. I am 6"1" and 200 lbs and when I stand on a bike it definitely knows I am there. This bike handled it with crisp responsiveness. No twisting and bending as I lean hard on the pedals and handle bars.
              I can't wait for my next century!

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