After winning gold in 2011 with the SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD, the new EVO Black edition featuring the EVO Nano frame brings gold to Cannondale for the second consecutive year.
Last year’s SuperSix Evo’s claimed weight was 695 grams and that weight has already put the SuperSix frames in an elite group of frames vying for the title of “lightest production frame in the world”.
The new (2013) Evo Nano cuts another 40g off from the frame, while the fork has received the same treatment to reduce its weight by a further 10g. The result is only 645 grams and this weight is making Cannondale SuperSix Evo Nano the lightest production frame in the world, according to Cannondale. The new frame uses a nano resin to reduce the frame weight.
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