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The new Cannondale SuperSix EVO SE, one of the two new releases based on the same frameset.
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Cannondale Up The Gravel Ante With SuperSix EVO CX & SE Models

More and more major manufacturers are increasing their focus on gravel, with Cannondale the latest to up the ante on the all-road front.

Cannondale have morphed the geometry of their SuperX cyclocross platform with the aerodynamics and looks of the coveted SuperSix Evo road bike to create the SuperSix EVO CX & SE. Both bikes share the same aero-optimised frameset, with colour, drivetrain and spec levels being the main differences between the two models.

The frameset will accommodate 45mm tyres, with the company saying it’s a platform perfect for 60-minute CX races through to nine-hour gravel events.

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Priced at $6,000, the Evo SE features a SRAM Rival AXS wireless 2×12 groupset, DT Swiss CR-1600 Spline tubeless-ready wheels and Vittoria Terreno Dry 700×40 mm tyres. Colours are either Cool Mint or Meteor Gray.

The CX model is $5,600 and features a SRAM Force 1 drivetrain an 11-speed 11-36T cassette and DT Swiss R470 wheels. It features the Purple Haze colour as pictured above.

Bicycling Australia have requested a review bike and hope to have more on these new releases soon.

SuperSix EVO SE Highlights

  • Light, durable, fast carbon frameset with big tire clearance
  • SRAM Rival AXS wireless electronic group / Rival hydro disc brakes
  • DT Swiss CR-1600 Spline wheels with 40c tires / HollowGram KNØT carbon seatpost

SuperSix EVO CX Highlights

  • Lightweight, carbon frameset with ample tire clearance
  • SRAM Force 1 11-speed drivetrain / Lightweight Cannondale One crank
  • SRAM Force 1 hydraulic disc brakes / HollowGram KNØT carbon seatpost

More at www.cannondale.com

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