Cannondale SuperSix EVO

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Summary of Reviews

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

18 reasons to buy

  • Cannondale offers the SuperSix EVO in eight sizes ranging from 44cm to 62cm.
  • There are women-specific builds of the bike available in the smallest sizes.
  • The bike’s geometry allows riders to descend stably and in control even at top speeds.
  • The seat stays on the SuperSix EVO are dropped to give riders increased compliance riding over rough roads.
  • The bike is very responsive to pedaling input and accelerates and maintains speed with ease.
  • The bike climbs well with its aggressive geometry. It puts riders in a position to power up climbs.
  • Experts agree the bike is comfortable over bumps and potholes, with its wide 30mm tires, carbon frame and dropped seatstays.
  • The carbon seat post absorbs road chatter effectively.
  • The seat post is secured with a wedge clamp and thru-axles are utilized on the bike's wheels. These details improve aerodynamics on the SuperSix EVO.
  • Experts note that the Cannondale SuperSix EVO has a built-in power meter that can easily be synced to fitness trackers such as Strava, already in use by the customer.
  • Cannondale includes spacers under the stem that allow a wider range of riders to find comfort on the bike.
  • Experts agree the HollowGram Knot wheels are rigid and responsive.
  • The cockpit appears to be integrated, but the stem and handlebars can still be adjusted independently.
  • Handling is sharp and precise on the bike, according to experts. This is due to the stiff HollowGram frame, rigid carbon wheel set up and aerodynamic features included in each build of the SuperSix EVO.
  • The Cannondale SuperSix EVO has a lightweight, attractive carbon frame that is aerodynamic with truncated aerofoil tubing.
  • The cables of the bike are internally routed, giving the bike a polished and neat appearance.
  • The bike is available in builds with both disc and rim brakes.
  • A computer mount is integrated into the cockpit of the Cannondale SuperSix EVO.

3 reasons not to buy

  • The bike is expensive.
  • Users must pay an additional fee to activate the built-in power meter.
  • The integrated computer mount in the cockpit is ugly, according to one expert.

Bottom line

The Cannondale SuperSix EVO is one of the top road bikes available, according to experts. It is quick to accelerate, climbs with ease and excels on the descents. The bike is expensive. It is constructed of stiff, responsive carbon. It includes a power meter and an integrated computer mount. Experts agree that this bike is a versatile and comfortable race bike.

Expert Reviews

98/100 based on 5 rated expert reviews

Cannondale SuperSix EVO Carbon Disc Ultegra Review

The third-generation SuperSix EVO is a brilliantly well-rounded bike: lightweight, comfortable and now with aero tweaks.

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Cycling Weekly

Cannondale SuperSix EVO Hi-Mod Disc Ultegra Di2

A race bike delivering sublime performance and a weight to keep racers drooling and all wrapped up in a package comfortable enough to be classed as an endurance specialist. The Cannondale SuperSix Evo Hi-Mod Disc Ultegra Di2 is the real deal.

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Cannondale SuperSix Evo 2020 Review

Overall the SuperSix Evo is bang up to date, while retaining enough of its ‘old’ character to please the brand’s devotees. It is an irrefutably fast, light, stiff and relatively comfortable race bike.

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Cannondale SuperSix EVO Review

After just five weeks with the all-new Cannondale SuperSix EVO, we’re already impressed with its speed, agility and pliancy.

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Cycling Weekly

Cannondale SuperSix Evo Ultegra

The Cannondale SuperSix Evo is a race bike that offers bucket loads of compliance.

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Peak Torque

New 2020 Cannondale SuperSix Evo Review. Thoughts.

It’s a shame the SuperSix lost its identity. It will be more comfortable. It’s got more tire clearance.

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Cycling Tom

5 Things I Love About My Cannondale SuperSix EVO!

The tubing and the styling on this bike just looks absolutely perfect.

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Stanley St. Social

The Race: Testing the New Cannondale SuperSix EVO

It felt comfortable.

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Bruno Bobbink

The New Cannondale SuperSix EVO Wow!

It’s a bike you would commit a crime for.

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First Ride: Cannondale SuperSix Evo 2020 – Is It Really Better Than the Old Bike?

Thankfully, the new bike retains the same handling characteristics while ramping up the speed and improving on the ride quality, increasing its capability to do battle with the latest race bikes from rival brands.

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Peloton Magazine

A Faster Climbing Bike: Cannondale SuperSix EVO HIMOD

Completely overhauling a beloved frame is a difficult decision to make. Miss the mark on recreating the outgoing frame’s ride quality and people will no doubt be unhappy. So, whatever those changes are, they must be compelling. For Cannondale, improved aerodynamics on the SuperSix Evo—incorporating some of the lessons learned creating its aero SystemSix—was that compelling reason to drastically alter its trusted race bike.

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Gran Fondo

Canndondale SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD Disc Dura Ace in Review

Everything is nice and shiny and new. The Cannondale SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD Dura Ace has been completely reworked and enters the competition equipped with a mechanical groupset as well as a power meter.

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Road Bike Action Magazine

First Ride Review: Cannondale’s SuperSix Evo

The third iteration of the Evo series received a few updates we have been waiting on, including clearance for up to 30mm tires.

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Canadian Cycling Magazine

New-Look Cannondale SuperSix EVO Embraces Versatility and Aerodynamics

The new SuperSix EVO looks so different than previous iterations because it balances the need for speed with increased versatility.

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First Ride: Braving the Elements (and Pavement) on the Cannondale SuperSix EVO

For a rider over far rougher terrain than the average pavement ride, the EVO rode exceptionally well. It’s a bike that seems confident and stable over a wide range of conditions but still has a lively, fast personality.

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2020 Cannondale SuperSix Evo First-Ride Review: Now with a Dose of Aero

Cannondale’s venerable SuperSix Evo has always been cherished for its low weight and high stiffness – the perfect combo for climbers and traditionalists that prize a snappy feel. The third-generation model is still light, and still stiff, but Cannondale has now also infused it with a hearty dose of aerodynamic efficiency as well.

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User Ratings

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