What do we mean by “Fit”?

Number 1

Designed for women, by women. Each and every Cannondale Women’s product is conceived and developed by women, for women.

Number 2

Encompassing: Geometry, sizing and general usage. We work closely with our engineers, athletes and real-life users to develop geometries and sizing that work for every size, every shape and every use.

Number 3

A bike that fits well, right out of the box is more likely to be ridden. We want to give you the empowering confidence that your bike is built to suit you, perfectly.

What do we mean by “Features”?

Number 1

Everything that goes into or onto the bike. At Cannondale, we call this SI or “System Integration”. It means that every detail of the bike, from tube-sizing and shaping to componentry is intentional, planned and developed to work perfectly together.

Number 2

Size-specific carbon layups, tube shaping and cable routing, just to name a few! We like to say that if everything is going right, the only thing you will notice is how much fun you’re having while riding. We pour over the details so you don’t have to. Our women’s and size-specific mindset allow us to dedicate ourselves to perfecting each individual bike and frame size across the spectrum of products. Sure, we hope you’ll notice some of our sweet details, but what we really want is for you to have an awesome ride!

Number 3

We go beyond touch points to ensure that every ride is comfortable and confidence-inspiring. Features are so much more than just checking a box. We want to surprise you and help you fall in love with the cycling lifestyle. We know how important touch points are to the overall enjoyment of riding, so we work closely with our designers and vendors to develop components like saddles and grips. If they don’t have something we feel is necessary, we help them create it so that everyone can benefit.

What do we mean by “Fashion”?

Number 1

Careful color and graphic design that appeals to each of our very individual riders. The industry used to treat anything and everything related to women as, “Shrink it and Pink it”. While we appreciate, some of you like pink, we know you want options. You want colors and graphics that represent and inspire you.

Number 2

Graphics that coordinate with our apparel, helmet and accessory line-up. Love the look of a coordinated outfit? Yea, so do we. We develop our bicycle, helmet, apparel and accessories together for just that reason!

Number 3

For women, by women. All of our Cannondale Women’s Bicycle graphics are created by women. ‘nuff said.

“The World’s Most Advanced Women’s Road Race Machine.”

The best bike in the world, re-engineered for women. With its all-new women’s specific geometry and sublime balance of feathery weight and unmatched stiffness, strength and comfort the all-new SuperSix EVO Women’s is ready for racers small to tall.

Rider Profile:

The ultimate machine for elite women racers or those seeking to ride like one.

The All-New SuperSix EVO Women’s is:

Everything you ever dreamed a road bike could be…and more.
Light, stiff, strong, smooth and built for you.
Ready for its close-up with subtle race-inspired graphics.
Built around an all new women’s-specific elite geometry: Be aggressive.

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!

Two BalisTec Carbon Frame Options: EVO Hi-MOD: The lightest women’s race frame in existence. High modulus BallisTec construction delivers extreme light weight and stiffness. EVO: By using a higher percentage of intermediate-modulus fiber, we make EVO technology available to more women. Under 900 grams, it is still one of the lightest women’s frames in the world.

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: 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.

DISTINCT ROUTING: Cable routing that changes according to the size of the frame provides the best possible braking and shifting performance. Sizes: 44, 48, 51, 54, 56cm


Cannondale has created gear specific to your needs. Check back soon as we continuously update our women's line"


What: A group of 6 women will make history this July as they attempt to ride the entire Tour de France a day before the men. They will face known and unknown challenges. They will face them together aboard their All-New Cannondale SuperSix EVO Women’s Hi-MOD bicycles, equipped with SRAM RED components, FSA stems, handlebars and seat posts and Fizik saddles, Zipp wheels and Schwalbe tires. All of this, in partnership with Peloton Magazine and Reve tours.

When: The historic ride of their life begins on June 29th, 2012

Why: To challenge the status quo. To help us all believe in the amazingly transformative abilities of women united. To showcase and prove the superiority of the Cannondale SuperSix EVO Women’s and all Cannondale Women’s-Specific Bikes.

Heidi Swift, 30
Writer, photographer, regular contributor to Peloton Magazine, Heidi has a descriptive gift for uncovering the inner dialog between rider and bicycle but she never seems to miss the beauty of the landscape that surrounds her.

Kym Fant, 37
Co-owner of Norcal Bike Sport and Bike Peddler stores in Santa Rosa California with her husband Glenn. Though Kym's first love is mountain biking – she's competed in a number of 24-hour races as well as adventure racing in the Eco-Challenge – she's become an accomplished road rider who's no stranger to industry photo shoots.

Maria Del P. Vazquez, 40
Maria is a fitness trainer who lives and rides in Puerto Rico with her three sons and partner Steven. Maria successfully qualified and completed the 1200kms of PBP (Paris-Brest-Paris) in 2011. Super fit and super positive, she can ride and sleep at the same time.


Jennifer Cree, 36
Jennifer is a dental hygienist studying to become a certified Pilates instructor. She and her husband, Russell, own Upper Echelon Fitness in Portland.

Kristen Peterson, 26
Kristin is a Molecular Biologist and Pro Athlete living in Boulder, CO. She recently rode and completed the 500-mile Ride on Washington with Cannondale athlete Tim Johnson.

Kate Powlison, 27
Research and Communications Coordinator for Bikes Belong and an accomplished amateur racer. Kate recently rode and completed the 500-mile Ride on Washington with Cannondale athlete Tim Johnson.

Mountain: Krista Park
Krista is a former engineer turned Professional Mountain Bike Athlete. Selected for the Olympic long list, Krista primarily competes in World Cup races and serves as both inspiration and science experiment for our new women’s mountain products.

Mountain: Stan’s NoTUBES
A group of rock-solid women racing for this standout pro/am team are the talk of the town this year. From enduros to cross country and 24-hour events, these women are cleaning everyone’s clocks and making pink look tough.

Road: InCycle / Empowering Women
Our pro/am women’s road cycling team, featuring the one-and-only Dotsie Bausch at the helm. These ladies are ripping up the road aboard their SuperSix Women’s and CAAD10 Women’s, collecting dozens of podiums to boot.


Road: REVE TDF Chalenge
6 Women, 3,479 km, insane amounts of climbing: On June 29th, 6 regular women will make history and begin the challenge of a lifetime with the goal of completing the entire Tour de France…the day before the men.

Triathlon/All-Around: Chrissie Welington
The consummate professional. The legend. Chrissie has come to define Ironman® racing and advocacy within and beyond the sport.

Triathlon/All-Around: Charisa Wernick
Charisa is the master of balance. Working full time and racing the pro long-course circuit, she makes it look easy. Racking up podiums across the globe, Charisa is a woman to watch on the Pro circuit.


Triathlon/All-Around: Heather Jackson
Uber cyclist Heather Jackson has her sights set on dominating the 70.3 circuit and the Ironman 70.3 World Championships (for now). A constant bike-course record-setter, she’s redefining “girl power” on the bike…especially when she blasts by the men.

Triathlon/All-Around: Beth Walsh
Beth is no stranger to the podium or World Championship events, only now, she’s getting to experience life as a Pro Athlete. Balancing a full-time job and blossoming pro career, Beth inspires our team with her positive attitude, true grit and wicked fast speeds on her Slice.

Cyclocross: Kaitie Antonneau
Multiple National Championship titles? She’s got them…and a pile of college homework. Kaitie balances life as a professional road cyclist, professional cyclocross racer (Team Cannondale-CyclocrossWorld) and full-time college student. Rocking a 44cm SuperX, Kaitie is crucial to our design process as we continue to make improvements for women of all shapes and sizes.