Cannondale SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD 2 Ultegra Di2 R8150 (2023)
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Contact us in store for more information on availability and pricing!
The all-new SuperSix EVO destroys expectations. So light, so fast, and so aero, it defies logic. This is a machine built to make you faster everywhere. Speed has evolved.
Where it thrives
Racing, the red zone, the pointy end, the podium
What it’s built for
Road racing, PRs, KOMs, winning
- Superlight Hi-MOD carbon construction – incredibly light and responsive
- Ultegra Di2 electronic 12-speed – Shimano’s penultimate high-performance road group
- HollowGram 50 R-SL carbon wheelset – the ultimate light and fast road race wheelset
- Vision Trimax Carbon Aero bars and Cannondale C1 Conceal stem – ergonomic, low-drag cockpit with hidden cables
The Lightest of the Fast
Incredibly light. Thrillingly responsive. Blisteringly fast. Our advanced Hi-MOD carbon construction combines layers of high-strength fibers with precisely oriented layers of lightweight, high-stiffness fibers to deliver a frame that weighs just 810g, while surpassing all of our stiffness and fatigue tests. Pretty amazing for a bike this aerodynamic.
The Fastest of the Light
When it comes to aerodynamic drag, the new SuperSix EVO is not just one of the fastest lightweight road bikes out there, it’s one of the fastest road bikes, period. Its precisely engineered tube shapes and fully systemized design shave 12 watts off of our last generation model at 45 km/h, putting it ahead of a lot of the pure “aero” bikes while weighing up to a kilo less. Light or Fast? Now you don’t have to choose.
Sculpted by Speed
What happens when you design a complete bike, not just a frameset? An elegant design emerges alongside integrated aerodynamics. By engineering the frame, fork, bars, wheels and seatpost as a system, we achieve lower drag and higher performance than we ever could with a selection of individual parts. It’s elevated design driven by elevated performance. Details you’ll notice. Lines you’ll dream about. Speed you’ll feel.
SuperSix EVO is a wizard. The way it blends stability and agility is surreal. Refined, neutral racing geometry and fine-tuned engineering deliver handling that is so intuitive, so controllable, you can comfortably take it right to the limit and keep it there, all race long.
Please note: Images are for illustrative purposes only, actual specification may differ.
- Sizes | 48 51, 54, 56, 58, 61
- Colors | Jet Black
- Frame | SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD Carbon, integrated cable routing w/ Switchplate, 12x142 Syntace thru-axle, BSA 68mm threaded BB, flat mount disc, integrated seat binder, SmartSense compatible
- Fork | SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD Carbon, integrated crown race, 12x100mm Syntace thru-axle, flat mount disc, internal routing, 1-1/8" to 1-1/4" Delta steerer, 55mm offset (44-54cm), 45mm offset (56-61cm)
- Handlebar | Vision Trimax Carbon Aero, 31.8mm
- Stem | Cannondale C1 Conceal, Alloy, 31.8, -6°
- Seatpost | Cannondale C1 Aero 40 Carbon, 0mm offset (44-48cm), 20mm offset (51-61cm)
- Saddle | Prologo Dimension TiRox NDR, Titanium Rails
- Pedals | Not included
- Shifters | Shimano Ultegra Di2 R8170, wireless, 2x12
- Front Derailleur | Shimano Ultegra Di2 R8150
- Rear Derailleur | Shimano Ultegra Di2 R8150
- Brakes | Shimano Ultegra R8170, 160/140mm MT800 rotors
- Brake Levers | Shimano Ultegra Di2 R8170 hydraulic disc
- Cassette | Shimano Ultegra R8200, 11-30, 12-speed
- Chain | Shimano Ultegra, 12-speed
- Bottom Bracket | Shimano BSA 68
- Crank | Shimano Ultegra R8200, 52/36
- Rims | HollowGram 50 R-SL, Carbon, 20h front, 24h rear, 50mm deep, 21mm inner width, tubeless ready
- Tyres | Continental Grand Prix 5000, 700x25c
- Extras | Cannondale Wheel Sensor Connectivity
PMC is a specialist road store with the highest bike build standards and customer service record in the industry. Please contact any of our friendly staff if you are in need of any expert advice or answers to any queries you may have, or to take advantage of a test ride and experience the PMC advantage.
Our bike fitting service is done at time of purchase but is not limited to this only. We offer an on-going free bike fitting service within the first year to accommodate possible changes in your fitness, flexibility and performance. We can also assess current riding techniques such as pedalling efficiency, correct posture etc. and offer any advice on an individual basis in order to advance your cycling comfort and performance. This includes free head stem swap overs at any time within the first year. Our opinion is that the perfect bike fit is something that grows with your riding and can be fluid as you progress or adapt to your riding level. Every bike fit is individual to a riders certain requirements and correctly fitted, can turn a good bike riding experience into a great one. We also offer a free follow up service and highly recommend this is done within the first 6 months or the 500-1000km mark. This is the most important service a bike can get, with it getting the full treatment to ensure everything has bedded in well, ensuring your ride is maintained and performing at it's optimum level. Our service goes over and above the normal adjustments required with any issue arising being rectified free of charge unless due to normal wear and tear.
Cannondale and their dealers have come a long way since our birth in a crowded loft above a pickle factory in 1971.
The company grew quickly during its early years. Cannondale introduced 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. That reputation proved invaluable when Cannondale introduced its first bicycle, a Touring model, in 1983. Cannondale raised the cycling world's eyebrows by building their bicycles around handcrafted, oversized aluminum frames that were both lighter and more flex-resistant than the steel models that dominated the industry at the time. They quickly followed up this success with a road racing model and a mountain bike model in 1984. Cannondale's creative reputation encouraged both bike dealers and customers to join the revolution, and widespread industry skepticism quickly gave way to a host of imitators. In 1997, Cannondale was the first company to feature large, oversized aluminum bike frames on cycling's biggest stage, the Tour de France. After powering his Cannondale to four stage victories at the 1999 Tour, the flamboyant Saeco team leader proclaimed "Cannondale is the best bike." With a reputation for shaking up the industry, Cannondale continued to push the entire cycling community with the release of their first carbon/aluminum frame, the Six13, flaunting the low weight with prison striped jerseys that read: Legalize My Cannondale. In the last 14 years, Cannondale have won five Giro d'Italia Maglia Rosas, arguing that maybe they should add pink to our brand colors. Most recently they won the Girod'Iltalia and the Vuelta a Espa ñ in one single year! On the mountain bike side, Cannondale started the dual suspension revolution way back in 1990 by introducing the Delta V E.S.T., the industry's first dual suspension bike, and followed it up with the equally radical Super V and Scalpel platforms. Our riders dominated the cross country and downhill scene into the new millennium with the biggest names in dirt like Cadel Evans, Alison Sydor, Missy Giove, Cedric Gracia, Christophe Sauser, Anne-Caroline Chausson, Tinker Juarez and Brian Lopes to name a few. The creation of The Cut freeride crew brought together the audacious riding talents of Aaron Chase, Chris Van Dine and Mick Hannah. Our technologies like HeadShok, Lefty, innovative suspension and optimized aluminium and carbon design directly translated into race victories and riding that continually pushed the limits of what's possible on a bike. Widely regarded as the bike industry's leading innovator with game-changing technologies, Cannondale and its handcrafted bicycles continue to be recognized by organizations from both inside and outside the industry including: Many of the ideas that keep Cannondale products on the cutting edge come from the sponsored athletes on the company's professional racing teams. The feedback provided by the company's riders, combined with Cannondale's best-in-class production processes, fuel a near constant stream of both new innovations and improvements to existing products. With a laser focus on a rider-first mentality, we push our employees, our dealers and the bike industry. These refinements aren't limited to the company's competitive road racing and mountain bikes, however the insights gained through racing, coupled with Cannondale's quest for constant improvement, have also benefited the company's wide array of lightweight recreational bikes as well as its lines of state-of-the-art cycling apparel and parts & accessories.
This is summed up in Cannondale's mantra to: never settle in our quest to create the perfect ride.