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Three frame tiers for new Cannondale SuperSix, plus new bikes from Canyon, Gusto and Elves

Three frame tiers for new Cannondale SuperSix, plus new bikes from Canyon, Gusto and Elves

The new Cannondale SuperSix Evo 4 will be offered in three different frameset options, according to the UCI’s list of approved framesets. The recently updated…

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The new Cannondale SuperSix Evo 4 will be offered in three different frameset options, according to the UCI’s list of approved framesets.

The recently updated list also confirms the imminent arrival of Canyon’s new track bike and details two new bikes from Elves and Gusto.

The list provides eagle-eyed tech editors with a glimpse of what’s to come prior to an official product launch, and that’s the case once again here. Three spec options for the new Cannondale SuperSix Evo

The UCI-approved frameset list shows the as-of-yet unreleased new Cannondale SuperSix Evo will be offered in three frameset options: Cannondale SuperSix Evo 4

Cannondale SuperSix Evo 4 SL

Cannondale SuperSix 4 Hi-Mod

The current generation SuperSix is offered in Carbon and Hi-Mod options. The Hi-Mod version uses Cannondale’s lightest and stiffest top-spec carbon layup.(A limited-edition lightweight version of the SuperSix Evo was also released in 2022, though this arguably sits outside of the usual range given its limited availability.)The addition of a new mid-tier SL option presents a new move for Cannondale.A new mid-range bike may feature increased integration or other features absent from the base-level bike, or it may use a lighter layup.That said, it’s also possible the Cannondale SuperSix Evo 4 SL will take the place of the existing Hi-Mod, with the new top-tier frame existing under the mysterious ‘Lab71’ moniker.Rumoured to be a nod towards Cannondale’s heritage (the brand was founded in 1971), a new sign-up page for Lab71 suggests it will be a new premium range, offering […]

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