Cannondale Supersix Evo Hi-Mod Carbon Disc Dura Ace Di2 2021 Men's Road Bike

£9,000.00

SKU: SK-EV380021-56-BLU Categories: , , ,

About the Cannondale Supersix Evo Hi Mod Dura Ace Di2A pure road bike. Light, smooth and ultra fast. The evolution of the classic race machine. 30 watts. That's how much power the dragreducing tube shapes and integrated design of the new Super Six EVO saves over the prior version at 30 mph (48. 3 km/h). Fast just got faster. The lightest disc brake road frameset Cannondale have ever made. The new Super Six EVO is ready to throw down when the grade goes up. Racy geometry and stiffness for explosive speed. Better micro-suspension and big tyre clearance for surprising smoothness. It all adds up to precise handling and a ride-feel thats out of sight. The new frame design has clearance for some seriously big rubber. The disc versions will fit 30mm tyres with tons of clearance, for extra comfort and capability on any kind of road. Key Features Ballis Tec Hi Mod Carbon Frame for stiff but light construction allows you to convert more of your power into speed Ballis Tec Hi Mod Carbon Fork is engineered to flex to absorb shock and vibration Shimano Dura Ace 22 Speed Di2 Drivetrain gives you the fantastic smoother, more precise electronic shifting experience, with improved durability for long lasting performance Shimano Dura Ace Di2 hydraulic disc brakes give powerful, controllable and consistent stopping power with less effort Vittoria Corsa, 700 x 25c Tyres for the fastest speed on the tarmac About Cannondale Cannondale have come a long way since our birth in a crowded loft above a pickle factory in 1971. From introducing the cycling industry's first bicycle trailer, the Bugger, and added successful cycling apparel and accessory lines while earning a strong reputation for innovation and quality. Cannondale introduced its first bicycle, a Touring model, in 1983. They raised the cycling world's eyebrows by building our bicycles around handcrafted, oversized aluminium frames that were both lighter and more flex-resistant than the steel models that dominated the indus