For those of you who like challenges and have a hobby that is full of an adrenaline rush, it is worth to try the extreme sports such as climbing using bicycles. Not just draining your energy, this one particular sport will make you feel challenging euphoria. In order to be able to enjoy this sport, you must be able to choose the right bike.
For those of you who are still wondering in choosing the best bike, Supersix Evo Hi-Mod Disc Dura-Ace D12 can be an option. This bike has a size of 56 with Prologo Dimension Nack saddle and 120 mm stem. The size and saddle are considered appropriate to provide comfort and safety when climbing using bikes with the highest specifications.
This bike has a Hollowgram SiSL2 crank arm, a power meter using Power2Max, and an FSA Vision channel. No wonder this bike is not only suitable for a challenging track but also very fitting for a relaxing track, such as by the beach while enjoying the refreshing breeze.
Supersix Evo Hi-Mod’s Performance in Uphill Tracking is superb since the racing bike has a lightweight body to help the rider in every riding condition. The back of the bike is stiff enough to make a pedal when the gradient of 8-10 percent responded well. The energy expended was indeed needed to push the bike faster.
Actually, if we took a glance at the built, this bike has a size large enough to be a trekking bike but only weighs 7.3 kg. The weight is light enough for a large bicycle size is often used on the World Tour with a minimum weight limit of 6.8 kg.
For matters of uphill roads, you don’t need to worry because this bike can get through it, both on and off the saddle. You can also feel the thrill of the track uphill with an offsaddle while enjoying more free views.
Even the bike feels light, even though the road is tilted 2-4%. This, of course, makes it easier for the rider to navigate each challenging tracking to a quiet tracking without getting tired.
Not only reliable on the uphill road, but this bike is also fun when going on the sliding track. The bike will feel lighter and the speed of the bike can reach higher and higher on the smooth road.
As for the braking, you do not need to worry because this bike is equipped with a capable brake lever. 140mm rear disc brake rotors and front 160mm are able to work well to slow the pace of this racing bike. You can go down the road calmly and can brake anytime without fear of speeding down the streets.
With all the specification of the Supersic Evo Hi-Mod Disc Dura Ace D12 that prove to be reliable, comfortable and aesthetically pleasing, it’s hard to expect that the price of the product will be cheap. Cannondale put on the price tag of $11,500 to their latest bike.