The Cannondale SuperSix EVO in Team Liquigas Cannondale livery
One of the lightest production road frames in the world, the Cannondale SuperSix EVO is not just ultra-lightweight; it is also ultra-stiff, stiff enough for Liquigas Cannondale sprinter Peter Sagan to win 3 stages at this year’s Tour de France. Check out his specially painted “Tourminator” bike which he used for the Tour de France!
Not just a stage winning machine, the SuperSix EVO was also one of the eight prestigious gold winners at the EuroBike Award this year, attesting to its Pro-tour winning performance and built-quality.
The SiSL2 Crank’s predecessor, the Hollowgram SiSL Crank, set the standard as the lightest production crankset in the cycling world. Not resting on their laurels, the latest literation of the lightest production crank in the world, the SiSL2 crank’s claimed weight comes in at 484g for a compact (50/34) 172.5, inclusive of the Spiderring, SiSL2 crankarms, bolts and spindle. The spider of the crankset is built with 10 radial arms with all possible extra material removed, which literally looks like the design of a spider web.
Spiderman’s choice of crank: the SiSL2
The downside of the SiSL2 is that a rider cannot change the chainrings as they are integrated as one piece with the spider.
Stay tuned for our next feature on Marin Bikes 2013!