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Tech feature: Cannondale 2010 road launch, May 12, 2009

The new Cannondale SuperSix Hi-Mod frame
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The head tube on the new SuperSix Hi-Mod
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Cannondale say the new deeper head tube
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The head tube bearing cups are now carbon instead of aluminum
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The 'Beat Box' is basically a fancy term
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The giant down tube only looks proportional
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All of the new SuperSix Hi-Mod frames
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The pencil-thin hourglass seat stays
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Cannondale molds a large concave plate into the front of the seat stay section,
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Dropouts are carbon as well
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The matching fork uses the same mold
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All SuperSix Hi-Mod frames will use a 31.6mm seatpost.
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All housing stops on the new SuperSix Hi-Mod
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Cannondale will also offer a complete bike with Shimano Dura-Ace Di2.
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Strangely, though Cannondale went through the trouble of routing the wires internally
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The rear derailleur wire exits the frame
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Cannondale leave the housing stops intact
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The SuperSix Hi-Mod Di2 will be the lightest frame
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The SRAM Red-equipped version
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The SuperSix Hi-Mod SRAM Red version
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Liquigas rising star Roman Kreuzinger rolls out Cannondale's new SuperSix Hi-Mod.
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