At first glance you could be forgiven for thinking that Cannondale’s latest EVO is just a lick of paint and some fresh graphics ahead of its predecessors, which have been impressing us for years here at BikeRadar.
While there’d be no shame in that, the all-new EVO is in fact a ground-up redesign (or EVOlution, if you’ll allow us a weak pun). So, why would Cannondale decide to do this to what remained one of the lightest chassis in professional racing circles – one with a huge list of palmares, not least of which being Sagan’s back-to-back overall green jerseys in the Tour?
- Highs: Simply stunning handling infused with compliant comfort
- Lows: Finishing kit doesn’t quite hit the heights achieved by the frame
- Buy if: you want your next bike to blend a race ready ride position with superb comfort levels
Frame: BallisTec carbon chassis gets even lighter
Well first off, the
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