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 Cannondale.com.

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


  1. 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.

    • Hey there!

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

  2. 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.

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