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Leaked! unreleased Cannondale SuperSix Evo 4 is sleeker with new aero features

Leaked! unreleased Cannondale SuperSix Evo 4 is sleeker with new aero features

What appeared to be a new Cannondale race bike was spotted on Twitter (opens in new tab) just before Christmas. The next generation of the SuperSix Evo was videoed being ridden by new EF Education-EasyPost (opens in new tab) rider Andrey Amador, still in the kit of his former Ineos Grenadiers team.

Since then more images have been leaked, with the bike also ridden by EF’s Colombian Diego Camargo, and we’ve been able to get a much closer look at the bike – enough to posit that this is indeed the new Cannondale SuperSix Evo 4 and that the team clearly plans to use it from the start of the 2023 racing season.

Cannondale SuperSix Evo 4 being ridden by Andrey Amador

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Most obviously, since it is very similar to the SuperSix Evo 3 (opens in new tab), this new model has to be its replacement rather than an extra bike at the team’s disposal – and as most Cannondale spotters will know, the SuperSix Evo is due a refresh.

Brands tend to refresh models from anywhere between three and five years. The current SuperSix Evo was launched in the summer of 2019 and although that’s just three and a half years ago, it fits into that time frame.

Diego Camargo (left) on the Cannondale SuperSix Evo 4

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We predicted in our January Tech of the Month video (opens in new tab) a new SuperSix would be launched at the Tour de France, taking it to the whole four years, but clearly both Cannondale and EF have wanted to roll out the bike for the start of a brand new season.

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