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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Cannondale SystemSix. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
19 reasons to buy
- The Cannondale SystemSix is a fast bike. Many testers found their average speed was faster than on other aero road bikes.
- Experts agree that the internal cable routing is neat and tidy on the bike.
- The Prologo Dimension saddle is comfortable on the SystemSix.
- The handlebars and stem offer up to 8° of adjustment, allowing riders the ability to position the bars for maximum comfort.
- The asymmetric fork is aerodynamic. It balances airflow between the side of the bike with the disc brake and the non-disc side.
- The SystemSix's seat stays are low slung and positioned behind the seat post, for greater aerodynamics.
- The bike's wheels and tires are setup tubeless-ready.
- The stiff carbon frame creates efficient power transfer when riding the SystemSix.
- There are two positions for a water bottle on the bike. One position is more aerodynamic and the other allows easier access.
- The SystemSix descends with confidence and stability, according to test riders.
- It's easy to adjust the height of the System Six's bars, due to the split-hinge design of the bike's stem spacers.
- The bike has a built-in power meter that is compatible with most bike computers and smartphones.
- The bike's seat post has an aerodynamic profile.
- There is ample space for a Di2 junction box in the downtube of the SystemSix.
- Testers found the bike swept through corners smoothly.
- The System Six is fit with KNØT 64 wheels, which are fast-rolling and maintain speed coming out of drafts.
- The 73° head tube angle, on sizes 54-58cm, allows riders to maneuver the bike with control at top speeds.
- The 72.7°- 75.1° seat tube angle places riders in an agile, aerodynamic riding position, on the SystemSix.
- Experts found the SystemSix from Cannondale managed crosswinds well. They felt stable and in control, even in these conditions.
8 reasons not to buy
- Cannondale’s SystemSix is heavy, compared to other aerodynamic road bikes.
- The bike is not the most efficient climber.
- The handlebars on the SystemSix are not ergonomic.
- Testers note that the wheels and tires look strange, as the tire width is narrow compared to the rim width on the wheels.
- The narrow wheels do not offer any compliance over bumps in the road.
- The SystemSix is expensive.
- Experts found it difficult to reach the seat post clamp to adjust the seat post, without scratching the bike.
- Additional fees are required to activate the power meter on the bike.