Cannondale SuperSix EVO SE

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Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Cannondale SuperSix EVO SE. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

15 reasons to buy

  • The UCI-legal SuperSix EVO SE is ready to race gravel.
  • Reviewers say the SuperSix EVO SE is playful on singletrack and "a rocket" on packed gravel.
  • This bike is available with SRAM Rival eTap AXS (SE) or Shimano GRX 800/600 (SE 2).
  • Experts highlight the comfort and traction of the 40mm Vittoria Terreno tires.
  • The handling is "intuitive" and "very balanced," according to reviewers.
  • Testers say the frame, tires, and HollowGram KNØT seatpost filter out vibrations and small impacts.
  • Experts appreciate having plenty of clearance for mud and debris or tires up to 45mm.
  • Testers say the gearing suits everything from aggressive off-road climbs to long, fast descents.
  • Reviewers relish the "great" agility afforded by the short wheelbase and steep head-tube angle.
  • Experts say the "bomb-proof" DT Swiss CR 1600 SPLINE wheels are the ideal width for gravel tires.
  • The SuperSix SE has a "road bike feel" on tarmac, with the tires and aero helping to maintain speed.
  • Experts say this bike smashes flowing trails while also handling technical sections.
  • Riders praise the confidence-boosting feedback through the cockpit.
  • Testers are impressed by how well this bike puts the power down, even in relatively loose terrain.
  • Cannondale's Speed Release thru-axle makes removing and refitting wheels easier and faster.

7 reasons not to buy

  • Experts feel the EVO SE is heavy for a race bike.
  • Some testers believe the SE's drivetrain and handlebars are better suited to a pure road bike.
  • Experts say the ride is a bit harsh, and the cockpit directly transmits bigger bumps.
  • Reviewers complain that the bike has road handlebars that lack flare.
  • Experts note that cyclocross-like handling may demand too much skill and involvement for some.
  • Two testers mention the exposed cables in the head tube area can interfere with pedaling.
  • Cannondale's Ai offset makes swapping wheels inconvenient and expensive as it requires bespoke wheel dish.

Bottom line

Cannondale's SuperSix EVO SE takes the famed SuperX cyclocross geometry and optimizes it for gravel racing. The bike is available with SRAM wireless (SE) or Shimano mechanical (SE 2) shifting. Agility, speed, and comfort impress. Experts relish the combination of road bike performance on pavement and the ability to attack gravel and singletrack. However, the aggressive ride and handling don't suit extended, laid-back gravel excursions. The Ai offset and lack of mounts for fenders or bags further eliminate quiver-killer aspirations. Overall, the SuperSix EVO SE is an impressive gravel racing option harboring a few potential compromises.

Expert Reviews

73/100 based on 3 rated expert reviews
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Road Bike Action Magazine

Cannondale SuperSix EVO SE – Review

Cannondale has added a distinctive offering to the gravel market with the SuperSix Evo SE. The cyclocross-like handling proves to be a fun, engaging experience that requires a rider to be on their toes.

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Gran Fondo

Cannondale SuperSix EVO SE Gravel Bike in Review

Cannondale’s SuperSix EVO SE is a well-executed concept… the frameset with its balanced handling, decent tire clearances and hot looks convinces as a very good foundation for all-round use on gravel. However, the components… unnecessarily limit the bike…

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Cannondale SuperSix EVO SE – Review [Dutch]

If you enjoy long, relaxed days on gravel roads, this bike may be too aggressive for you. However, for the advanced gravel rider who likes to push the limits from time to time, it is a delightful machine.
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Head-To-Head: Cannondale SuperSix EVO CX and SE

Riders who want to focus primarily on CX… will likely be better served by the mechanical CX version… But, if electronic shifting or a 2x drivetrain is a must for you, then the SE will happily fulfill those needs.

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We Test the Cannondale SuperSix EVO SE: A Rocket for Gravel

This is a speed gravel bike, and that means that the bike responds perfectly when we want to cover long distances, without very technical sections, as fast as possible. Here, the Supersix EVO SE is a rocket.

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Javier Bañón Izu

New Cannondale SuperSix EVO SE for Speed Gravel 😍 [Spanish]

I think the SuperSix EVO SE is a perfect bike for those looking for a reactive and fast machine for training and competing on roads.

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Test: We Tried Cannondale’s SuperSix EVO SE: Gravel ‘Racing’ in Capital Letters [Spanish]

… if what you enjoy, beyond competing, is speed on the dirt, immediate acceleration, and (almost) impossible climbs, the Cannondale SuperSix EVO SE has all the ingredients needed to help you thoroughly enjoy the most adrenaline-fueled gravel experience.

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Spotzle - Gravel & Bikepacking

Gravel – Presenting the Cannondale SuperSix EVO SE [French]

If you’re looking for… a bike that resembles a road bike for easy trail riding, gravel racing, or just enjoying yourself on trails and rediscovering the sensations of your road bike, the Cannondale SuperSix EVO SE is made for you.

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Bike Café

Cannondale SuperSix EVO SE: The Ball of Nerves [French]

Singletrack is where I find the limits of this bike: the bike moves and follows, but it’s not as fluid as I’d like. On the road, the bike eats up the kilometers…

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Tester: Cannondale SuperSix EVO SE [Dutch]

Long story short: the SuperSix SE is sleek and of good quality, as we are used to from Cannondale. The only downside is that the classic handlebar is rather thin and, therefore, somewhat uncomfortable.

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Mundo Deportivo

Test: Cannondale SuperSix EVO SE, A Gravel Bike With Racing DNA [Spanish]

… the Cannondale SuperSix EVO SE is a multi-surface gravel bike… suitable for long-distance adventures and… as an explorer bike. However, without a doubt, it was born for grand scenarios… that involve a race number…

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