This is the last of the workshop galleries for the test bikes of #RIDE71. The fifth of the five bikes on review is Cannondale’s modified 2016 iteration of the SuperSix Evo Hi-Mod frame, built with Shimano Dura-Ace (mechanical shifting).
The largest of the five bikes on test in this issue, it was also the lightest at just 6,202g fully built (well, excluding pedals).
In the workshop it was a relatively fuss-free build: externally routed gear cables and not consideration required for batteries made the task a little easier for Jack Lynch.
You can read the full ‘Build Report’ on p.210 of #RIDE71.
“Everything was easy when it came to building the SuperSix Evo Hi-Mod,” wrote Lynch. “The predominantly external cables are a nice change when the majority of top bikes are free of visible steel wires. Consideration before installing the rear derailleur cable is paramount — leave the cranks off until the cable is mounted or else it will result in crank removal and fitting practice.”
Below are 25 images of the Cannondale in the workshop…