Released March 1

The All-New LAB71 SuperSix EVO is Here



Price Range



700c Carbon

Frame Material


Cannondale's Fastest Lightweight Race Bike, Ever.

Introducing the LAB71 SuperSix EVO: the lightest of the fast, and the fastest of the light.

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The highs and lows of this model family

Compare the SuperSix EVO Range
Spec Level
GroupsetUltegra Di2RED eTapDura-Ace Di2
Drivetrain2 × 12 Electronic2 × 12 Electronic2 × 12 Electronic
Where to Buy

At Cannondale


At Cannondale


At Cannondale

Estimated Spec Level

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Hi-MOD 2
Hi-MOD 1
Cannondale SuperSix EVO Hi-Mod 1 first ride review

Warren RossiterMar 6, 2023

The much-loved SuperSix EVO gets a subtle update that makes for a wonderfully complete ride

  • It's very much still an EVO

  • Less proprietary tech

  • No steering stops

  • No affordable options yet

  • Is it different enough?

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Cannondale’s Supersix Evo Is a Near-Perfect Blend of Aero and Lightweight

Mar 2, 2023

While the previous version of the SuperSix Evo was a lightweight road bike with aero touches, the 4th generation gets much closer to full aero bike performance while still managing to shave a few grams.

  • Absolutely dialed handling and performance

  • Integrated cockpit is slimmed down and well thought-out

  • BSA threaded bottom bracket

  • Stock wheels felt a bit slow to spin up on climbs

  • Slightly harsher ride than its predecessor

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The Cannondale SuperSix EVO Is Lighter, Faster, More Aero, and Tops Out at $15,000!

Mar 1, 2023

The new SuperSix EVO is Cannondale's fastest bike to date. It says it's so light, fast, and aerodynamic that it defies logic.

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Cycling News
Cannondale SuperSix Evo 4 First Ride - has the flagship racer traded climbing prowess for all-round performance?

Will JonesMar 1, 2023

It can still climb, but it's definitely an all-rounder rather than a pure climber's bike

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From Cannondale

This is an aero bike for the climbs, and a climbing bike for the sprints. But how?

It’s powerful, delivering explosive acceleration alongside huge aero gains and weight savings compared with the last-generation SuperSix EVO.

It’s responsive, packing the incredibly sharp handling and reflexes you expect of a race bike, while still preserving SuperSix EVO’s shockingly smooth ride quality.

It’s light, dropping more than 7% of its weight compared to the last-generation SuperSix EVO, but gaining stiffness and responsiveness under power.

It’s aero, achieving overall aero efficiency that's nearly as aerodynamic as our previous-generation SuperSlice – a dedicated aero road bike that was seriously fast.

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