Preview: Cannondale SuperSix Evo Women’s Hi-MOD Dura Ace

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While the growth of available product for women in the bicycling industry is evident there are two key area’s lacking, high end mountain and road product. It takes a bold company, with a strong belief in women, to invest in product with a high price tag for women. Cannondale is doing it with their SuperSix Evo Hi-MOD. Available in SRAM Red, Shimano Dura Ace and Ultegra Di2. I recently took delivery of the Shimano Dura Ace model and will be putting it through some abuse to see if the $6600 road bike is for you.

Cannondale SuperSix Evo Women’s Hi-MOD Dura Ace

Cannondale SuperSix Evo Women's

MSRP: $6600 Sizes: 44, 48, 51, 54, 56 Details: Geometry is based on front stack height (how tall the front end is), Shimano Dura Ace through out other than the Cannondale Hollowgram SI cranks. Wheels/Tires are from Mavic.

Initial Out of the Box Thoughts

The bike is gorgeous in a subtle “I’m chic” kinda way. It doesn’t scream that it is for women, but it has the details that matter. For example a Fizik Donna saddle, FSA Pro-Wing Compact (less drop and comfortable), and a reasonable length stem on a 54cm. An initial review will be up in a few weeks! Learn more on

Disclaimer: This product was provided at no-charge for review. 

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  1. secretariatcycles
    23 May ’13 at 5:34 am — Reply

    I LOVE my Raleigh Capri carbon. It fits better and is more comfortable than any bike I’ve ever owned!! I think it’s totally underrated. Since you reviewed at least the aluminum Capri, it would be interesting to hear how a racier / more aggressive bike like this compares.

    • 23 May ’13 at 9:51 pm

      Hey there!

      I also have the Capri carbon on the way for review shortly after this elite race bike!

  2. trimom
    22 Jul ’13 at 9:17 pm — Reply

    I’ve been trying to find reviews for the is 2013 Raleigh Capri Carbon 1.0. I tried the Cannondale Synapse 5, 105 Alloy, but I think the Raleigh Carbon was lighter. I’m going for my first long ride this weekend. I really hope I made the right choice.

  3. Meredith Gabriel
    27 Aug ’13 at 4:59 pm — Reply

    well. what’s your review on the supersix evo for women?

    • 28 Aug ’13 at 8:48 pm

      meredith, look for it in the next few days!

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