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40% off Cannondale SuperSix Evo Tiagra bike £779.99 at Sigma Sport [56/58/60cm]

£779.99 @ sigmasport
This bike has almost the same frame that wins stages in the Tour de France, so is a great value 'proper' carbon race bike or fast trainer. Sigma have lots of 56cm and 58cm in stock and also 60cm - all… Read More
Hootwo Avatar
3m, 6d agoFound 3 months, 6 days ago
This bike has almost the same frame that wins stages in the Tour de France, so is a great value 'proper' carbon race bike or fast trainer. Sigma have lots of 56cm and 58cm in stock and also 60cm - all in Black and White.

The SuperSix Evo HiMod version is used by Pro teams and is a proven stage-winner. This has the same geometry, but lower modulus carbon, and external brake cables and is not compatible with electronic gearing, so you are getting a great frame with reasonable componentry.

If you have any money left after Christmas, I'd suggest 2 upgrades:

The Lugano tyres aren't great, but ok for training - switch to e.g. GP4000S when they wear out - about £50/pair.

I'd also switch the Tektro brakes to 105 5800 to get dual pivot braking and compatibility with slightly wider deep section rims - another £50/pair.

Weightweenies may sniff at the FSA Gossamer chainset but it's perfectly good, and easy to upgrade later (BB30). 10 speed cassette is surely enough at this price point?

For racing, a better set of wheels would be good as well: maybe Fulcrum Racing 3s or Ultegras (£240-300).

review
http://www.bikeradar.com/road/gear/category/bikes/road/product/cannondale-supersix-evo-tiagra-6-50426/
- rodman
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3m, 6d agoFound 3 months, 6 days ago
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#1
• FRAME: Cannondale SuperSix Evo, Ballistec carbon, Pressfit BB30
• FORK: Cannondale SuperSix Evo, Ballistec carbon, 1-1/8 to 1-1/4 Steerer
• HEADSET: Cannondale Supersix Evo, 1-1/4 Lower Bearing, 25mm Top Cap
• STEM: Cannondale C3, 6061 Alloy, 31.8 dia, 6 degree drop
• HANDLEBARS: Cannondale C3, Butted 6061 Alloy, Compact
• HANDLEBAR TAPE: Cannondale Bar Tape with Gel, 2.5mm
• FRONT BRAKE: Tektro
• REAR BRAKE: Tektro
• BRAKE LEVERS: Tiagra 4700
• FRONT DERAILLEUR: Tiagra 4700, Braze-on, 10 speed
• REAR DERAILLEUR: Tiagra 4700, 10 speed
• SHIFT LEVERS: Tiagra 4700, 10 speed
• CASSETTE: HG500-10, 11-28, 10-speed
• CHAIN: KMC X10, 10-Speed
• CRANKSET: FSA Gossamer, BB30, 52/36
• PEDALS: N/A
• RIMS: Maddux RS 2.0
• FRONT HUB: Formula RB-51
• REAR HUB: Formula RB-5711
• SPOKES: DT Swiss Champion
• TYRES: Schwalbe Lugano, 700x25C, folding
• SADDLE: Cannondale Stage Ergo with Cromo Rails
• SEATPOST: Cannondale C3 6061 Alloy, 27.2 x 350 mm [C3 6061 Alloy, 27.2 x 300 mm]
• around the 8.75-9kg

Edited By: Hootwo on Jan 19, 2017 09:58: Removed comparable for more expensive 105 model
#2
2016 Geometry
That chart is for the HiMod, but this frame is the same.
To minimise stack, you can swap out the 30mm conical headset spacer for a 5mm bearing cover - Cannondale # KP253.
The 56cm one has 172.5 cranks, and the 58cm which I'm getting has 175mm cranks.
On the 56cm I rode, from memory, the bars are compact rather than deep drop and I thought the stem was 100-110mm, and about +6 degrees - happy to be corrected. I believe it's reversible and of course you could go to -17 degrees for the lowest position.

Edited By: Hootwo on Jan 19, 2017 10:23: Cranks, stem...
#3
And now we wait for the 'My Mondeo cost less than that' comments ... :p
#4
10 speed, it reads as 20 speed to me.. looks a good deal.
i've noticed prices for components are far cheaper for the new 11 speed setups than the 10 speed.
unfortunately hydraulic disc brakes dont come cheap on road bikes, so gonna stick with tiagra which to be honest is good enough and essentially the trickledown of the 10 speed 105/ultegra..


Edited By: whatyadoinsucka on Jan 19, 2017 10:53
#5
This is a great deal. I bought one of these late last year from Evans (price matching Start Fitness) and it's been a great bike so far. For the price, you really can't beat it.

The sizing is quite aggressive - I'm 5'10", and I sit right in the middle between 54cm and 56cm frame sizes. I went with a 56 in the end as it just felt that tiny bit better - can't explain why, sorry!
#6
Thanks, and sorry, to be clear: 10-speed cassette and 20-speed bike.

Yes, the front end on these is low, so it's possible to get a 'flat' position.

I used to race and am 6ft, so planned on a 56cm (1.7cm lower stack than the 58cm), but the 58cm had longer cranks and a bit more reach, so a better fit as my thighs are relatively long - with a layback seatpost, I can get knee exactly over pedal spindle then get the front low with the 5mm cap and -17 stem.
YMMV ...

Edited By: Hootwo on Jan 19, 2017 15:39: *
banned 1 Like #7
I hate to say it, but this really is a BSO
#8
Great bike! Pretty bad componentry relative to the frame but then that's why it's a good deal! I'd sell the components and keep the frame and do your own build.
4 Likes #9
My Mondeo cost less than that
#10
BrianSewell
I hate to say it, but this really is a BSO
Come on Brian tell us what you ride.
I keep bidding on penny farthings but havent won one yet
#11
I bought a Supersix evo six about 12 months ago from Paul's Cycles for £1000 with full 105 group set so this is an ok price but not a huge deal in my opinion. Great bike though. A world away from the Planet X pro carbon I was riding previously.
#12
With Full 105? - that was a super deal!
#13
BrianSewell
I hate to say it, but this really is a BSO
Stupid amount of money for something made out something officially (by the US Government, no less) described as a pollutant...
#14
Hootwo
With Full 105? - that was a super deal!
Full 105 groupset is only £300. So if you wanted to, you could buy this bike and sell on the Tiagra.
#15
Good value at this price point.
#16
http://cdn.sigmasport.co.uk/product-media/WJJ/1000/1000/Cannondale-SuperSix-Evo-Tiagra-Road-Bike-2016.jpg
#17
flaxdoctor
BrianSewell
I hate to say it, but this really is a BSO
Stupid amount of money for something made out something officially (by the US Government, no less) described as a pollutant...
CO2 frame, nice! That must be light.
#18
So I have a 105 equipped 2012 version of this bike... It's done 30,000k and has need absolutely brilliant ... It had a couple of sets of wheels but given the terrible Kent roads I commute on that's to be expected .... I'm seriously tempted by a new one although I don't need it
#19
Hope this is appropriate, but If anyone is upgrading the groupset to 11 speed, I might be interested in picking up some Tiagra bits.
#20
Milkfloat
Full 105 groupset is only £300.
Link please.
#21
jwruk
Milkfloat
Full 105 groupset is only £300.
Link please.

Best price I can see is £329.99 at Wiggle but they only have it at that price with 170mm cranks and a 50x34 chainset (11-32 cassette).

Alternatively it's £344.99 at CRC which could be reduced to £310.49 if you are a British Cycling member (possible 2% TopCashBack as well).
#22
flaxdoctor
BrianSewell
I hate to say it, but this really is a BSO
Stupid amount of money for something made out something officially (by the US Government, no less) described as a pollutant...

This has to be a joke or bad trolling surely...

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