New 2020 Supersix Evo
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    New 2020 Supersix Evo

    It looks good, similar to other designs coming out these days, but good still.

    http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/new-...m-du-dauphine/
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    "The new D-profile seat post is now seen on numerous professional-level race bikes and is often frame-specific."

    Oh, goody. A proprietary seatpost...just what no one ever asked for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc View Post
    "The new D-profile seat post is now seen on numerous professional-level race bikes and is often frame-specific."

    Oh, goody. A proprietary seatpost...just what no one ever asked for.
    Yeah, I think itís the way most manufacturers are going at the moment unfortunately. I ended up going with a 2017 Focus Cayo Disc I caught on closeout as my pure road machine for the foreseeable future and being able to shop for posts aftermarket is one of the things I like about that purchase (along with tire clearance and great price I got it at).
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    RIP, oh beautiful, elegant and traditional Cannondale frameset geometry. We will miss you. Now we can all buy a road frame that looks just like every other new road frame out there.

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    If it is lights, comfy, accelerates well, is more aero than previous versions, and is priced right, the thing will probably sell like hot cakes and the industry will never look back.
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    These manufactures are in cahoots with the frame design.




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    Quote Originally Posted by ARPRINCE View Post
    These manufactures are in cahoots with the frame design.
    The only thing they're in cahoots with is physics. The UCI regulations and physics dictate the best aerodynamic shape of a bicycle frame. Which is what CFD & wind tunnel testing has shown all the manufacturers.
    It'd be pretty dumb to intentionally design a slower bike for aesthetic reasons.

    It's the same reason all airplanes have the same shape. They're not in cahoots.
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    SystemSix design continues

    Thanks for posting the link. Wow the SystemSix (I agree it looks like a BMC Mini-Me) style continues. Hope it will keep the great balance of the previous SuperSix Evo!
    Ordered yesterday a 2019 "old school" SuperSix Evo and can't wait to drive with external shifting cables etc. this great frame

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guido68 View Post
    Thanks for posting the link. Wow the SystemSix (I agree it looks like a BMC Mini-Me) style continues. Hope it will keep the great balance of the previous SuperSix Evo!
    Ordered yesterday a 2019 "old school" SuperSix Evo and can't wait to drive with external shifting cables etc. this great frame
    No problem. One of friends still rides one. Itís 14lbs or so and he loves that thing. He sells Wiliers now, so he is considering selling it and building up one of their super light Zero 7s, but he has raved about his SS constantly.
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