The new SuperSix EVO Hi-Mod borrows comfort-boosting tech previously found on the Synapse endurance bike, with claimed improvements over the existing frame covering everything from comfort to aerodynamics to frameset weight.
While the Synapse is reserved for the Spring Classics, the Cannondale SuperSix EVO Hi-Mod Team is the squad’s all-rounder for the rest of the year, with defending Tour of Britain champion Dylan van Baarle also among the riders on the new machine in this year’s race.
However, this bike belongs to Ruben Zepuntke, who enjoyed time in the break on stage two having graduated from Axel Merckx’s development team in America last year.
Take a closer look at the new bike in the wide-screen gallery below.
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