You might have seen the blue and lime green Cannondale SuperSix Evo rolling around France this July under Team Liquigas-Cannondale.

Years of development under the guidance of carbon fibre sorcerer and bike guru, Peter Denk, have resulted in the lightest production frame in the world, while still retaining maximum stiffness.

142 Nm-Deg/Kg: the stiffness to weight ratio of the Evo, nearly 40% better than any other 
bike. This figure is the hallowed ground of bike manufacturing. But science isn’t everything, Bicycling Magazine reckons its “balance and feel” (the human factor) are just as exceptional

SRAM’s new Red components take care of the shifting and braking, and Mavic’s top-of-the-line all-carbon wheels complete the space-age package.

R95 000

3 Facts To Go

Frame weight 
= 700g

Slovenian sprint sensation Peter Sagan cruised to the 2012 Tour de France Green Jersey on his Cannondale, besting favourite Mark Cavendish and his Italian-made Pinarello.

Team mechanics have to strap metal ballast to the underside to meet the UCI’s minimum weight limit of 6,8kg.