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Pro Bike: Esteban Chaves’ Cannondale SuperSix EVO

The Colombian climber is on a new team and riding a new bike in 2022.

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With five grand tour stage wins and two GC podiums to his name, Esteban Chaves knows how to light up a climb.

This season, the Colombian rider is still going after the vertical days, but this time for a new team: EF Education-EasyPost. And with the new team comes a new Cannondale bike.

Chaves has the full Cannondale range at his disposal, but as a climber he will be spending most of his days — or at least the days where he knows he can win — aboard the SuperSix EVO, Cannondale’s all-around race platform.

Also read: Chaves keeps on smiling as he chases Tour de France return

Lightweight, yet aerodynamically optimized with design elements borrowed from Cannondale’s other aero bikes, the SuperSix EVO is meant to excel both during the leadup to a climb and the climb itself.

Take a closer look at Chaves’ bike, built up with a 12-speed Dura-Ace drivetrain and FSA and Vision components.