2017 Road Bike Buyer's Guide

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Cannondale SuperSix Evo Disc
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Cannondale SuperSix Evo Disc

Cannondale redesigned its popular SuperSix Evo in 2016 to make it lighter, stiffer, more comfortable, and give it better handling than its predecessor. For 2017, the bike is finally available with disc brakes. Like the SuperSix Evo, the new frameset is produced using Cannondale’s BallisTek high-strength, high-stiffness carbon construction process. But the SuperSix Evo Disc is constructed with entirely new molds that have been specially designed to produce a frame that can handle the different kinds of forces generated by disc brakes. Cable routing has changed and the frame accepts flat mount disc brakes for a smoother, sleeker appearance. Thru-axles have also been added front and rear to increase stiffness and improve braking performance. The result is a bike that’s one of the lightest, best-handling, and stiffest disc-equipped bikes on the market. Models start at $2,999 and top-out at $6,199, for the pro-level Hi-Mod frameset built with Ultegra Di2 hydraulic disc brakes. [From $2,999; cannondale.com

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