What is Cannondale SuperSix Evo Hi Mod?

What is Cannondale SuperSix Evo Hi Mod?

A pure road bike. Light, smooth and ultra fast. The evolution of the classic race machine. 30 watts. That’s how much power the drag-reducing tube shapes and integrated design of the new SuperSix EVO saves over the prior version at 30 mph (48.3 km/h).

How much does a Cannondale Supersix Evo weight?

18.0 lbs
Weight: 8.2 kg / 18.0 lbs – Bike and frame weights may vary in final production.

Which is better carbon T700 or T800?

T800 carbon is stronger and lighter and 11% stronger than T700 in terms of tensile strength, It also delivers a swifter return response reaction. T800 is also slightly stronger than T700 in terms of compressive strength too.

What does the K mean in carbon fiber?

The k stands for “thousand,” meaning a 3k tow is composed of 3,000 carbon filaments. Since a single strand of carbon fiber is only about 5-10 microns thick, a 3k tow comes in at only around . 125” thick. A 6k tow would then be about twice as thick as a 3k tow, 12k four times as thick, and so on.

What makes the SuperSix Evo unique?

Unique design routes brake lines through an opening in the front of the headtube for minimal drag and headache-free serviceability. SuperSix EVO has always been known for its elegantly smooth ride quality, and this one is even smoother. The SAVE rear stays, integrated binder and 27 SL KNØT seat post increase compliance by 18%.

How does the Evo handle Vermont Roads?

It holds onto speed well and, despite the road surfaces on the Vermont test roads varying from smooth to deeply frost scarred, potholed, and rutted the EVO proved itself to be a smooth riding companion.

What is the new Cannondale Supersix Evo?

Cannondale has totally revamped its SuperSix EVO platform for 2020, moving away from its pure climbing thoroughbred heritage and transforming the bike into a thoroughly modern all-round machine.

What are the specifications of the ballistec Hi-MOD carbon parts?

BallisTec Hi-MOD Carbon, SAVE, integrated crown race, 12x100mm Speed Release thru-axle, flat mount disc, internal routing, 1-1/8″ to 1-1/4″ steerer and 55mm offset (44-54cm), 1/8″ to 1-3/8” steerer and 45mm offset (56-62cm) Please note that, based on component availability and other factors, specifications are subject to change without notice.