The cyclo-cross has been used in one form or another since 2004, with iterations including the Six13 & System Six, before Cannondale began to engineer the bike as fully carbon in 2007. Now, with the cyclo-cross Evo, riders will benefit from the the Cannondale team’s exhaustive efforts to shed weight where possible and to make intelligent adjustments to save watts at higher speeds, despite not being a true aero bike. The stiffness of the carbon frames used in Cannondale’s Supersix Evo road bikes, alongside an ultra-lightweight profile, makes the Supersix Evo a terrific candidate for climbing, whether out in the country or touring one of Europe’s many winding cycling havens.
Cannondale remain firm favourites of so many cyclists out there, constantly reinventing and perfecting their bikes across the breadth of cycling. Westbrook Cycles stock this year’s latest Cannondale bikes, including updates from their CAAD12 & Synapse racers; as well as CAADX cyclocross bikes.