2009 Cannondale SuperSix Hi-Mod

'09 Cannondale SuperSix Hi-Mod

I’ve received word that we’ve got an ’09 Cannondale SuperSix Hi-Mod in stock right now. The size is 52cm. This bike would be best decked out in SRAM Red, but either Dura-Ace or Super Record 11 are also available.

'09 Cannondale SuperSix Hi-Mod in Lightning White

This is a great basis for a weight-weenie. The vibrant white colors are nicely offset with red decals. It’s the Lightning White color. The SuperSix Hi-Mod is a BB30 bike. It can be topped off with some great featherweight Mavic Cosmic Carbone Ultimate or Zipp wheels. Currently, there is a great-looking white FSA Plasma integrated handlebar/stem combo mounted on it.

For further details, send me an email at djrange at gmail dot com or visit Asterisk*Cycles.

3 Responses to “2009 Cannondale SuperSix Hi-Mod”

  1. 1 Michael Cannon January 23, 2010 at 21:03


    It’s that time for a new bike. Think I can drop by the shop for a look?

    I’m figuring steel or carbon, compact double crank and more of a distance/efficient power transfer than racer. Still, sub 8.0 kilogram weight is desired.

    SRAM Rival+, Shimano Ultegra+ or Campi groups are fine.

    I want to ride the bike for at least 5 years.



  2. 2 range January 23, 2010 at 21:30

    Hi Michael. I think that for what you are doing, titanium would be the best way to go. I’m getting a titanium bike for myself, as a training bike. I’m decking it out with SRAM Red. The frame weighs 1.25 kg and is supposed to be bomb proof. It’s got a sportive geometry so it’s perfect for long distance.

    What’s your budget? Send me an email and we’ll talk.

  3. 3 range January 23, 2010 at 21:31

    Oh, and the company says that this is a frame that will outlive us. That’s a bit of a boast, but you won’t have trouble riding it hard. Even a few falls won’t really damage it. I’ve heard from a few different riders who fall from their carbon bikes and end up with broken frames.

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