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Rigoberto Uran's Cannondale SuperSix EVO

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Rigoberto Urán's Cannondale SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD saw plenty of climbing at the inaugural Colorado Classic

Rigoberto Urán's Cannondale SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD saw plenty of climbing at the inaugural Colorado Classic
(Image credit: Russell Eich / Immediate Media)
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Urán stands at 1.73 meters so he doesn't require a super low and long, or wide, front end. His alloy FSA stem is 120mm and his bars are 40cm

Urán stands at 1.73 meters so he doesn't require a super low and long, or wide, front end. His alloy FSA stem is 120mm and his bars are 40cm
(Image credit: Russell Eich / Immediate Media)
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A Fizik Antares saddle rides on carbon rails

A Fizik Antares saddle rides on carbon rails
(Image credit: Russell Eich / Immediate Media)
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That's the timing chip on the fork blade

That's the timing chip on the fork blade
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Cannondale was one of the first press fit bottom bracket bike manufacturers, so naturally a PF30 bottom bracket is fitted

Cannondale was one of the first press fit bottom bracket bike manufacturers, so naturally a PF30 bottom bracket is fitted
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Mavic's Carbon Ultimate wheels feature huge, bladed carbon spokes that lace the 40mm deep carbon rims to the carbon hubs

Mavic's Carbon Ultimate wheels feature huge, bladed carbon spokes that lace the 40mm deep carbon rims to the carbon hubs
(Image credit: Russell Eich / Immediate Media)
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The Tacx water bottle cages match the Cannondale green perfectly, of course

The Tacx water bottle cages match the Cannondale green perfectly, of course
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Cannondale's SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD is one of the lighter frames in the peloton at 770 grams

Cannondale's SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD is one of the lighter frames in the peloton at 770 grams
(Image credit: Russell Eich / Immediate Media)
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Despite liberal use of carbon, almost everywhere on his race bike, Urán uses an alloy 40cm FSA bar

Despite liberal use of carbon, almost everywhere on his race bike, Urán uses an alloy 40cm FSA bar
(Image credit: Russell Eich / Immediate Media)
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Sometimes simple is still best. Even elite-level pros have their seatpost height marked

Sometimes simple is still best. Even elite-level pros have their seatpost height marked
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Cannondale's own cranks pair with an SRM powermeter and propel a Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 drivetrain

Cannondale's own cranks pair with an SRM powermeter and propel a Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 drivetrain
(Image credit: Russell Eich / Immediate Media)
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Urán rolls on Mavic's light and aero Cosmic Ultimate wheels front and rear

Urán rolls on Mavic's light and aero Cosmic Ultimate wheels front and rear
(Image credit: Russell Eich / Immediate Media)
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Despite the mountains and long descents of the Colorado Classic, Urán's Cannondale had Dura-Ace rim brakes fitted

Despite the mountains and long descents of the Colorado Classic, Urán's Cannondale had Dura-Ace rim brakes fitted
(Image credit: Russell Eich / Immediate Media)

This article originally appeared on BikeRadar

Colombian rider Rigoberto Urán joined the Cannondale-Drapac team in 2016 after stints at Omega Pharma-Quick Step and Team Sky. In that time, the all-round rider has won stages at the Tour de France and the Giro d'Italia. Urán recently signed a three-year extension with Cannondale-Drapac and so will continue to roll on bright green bikes, and we've taken a look at the Cannondale SuperSix EVO he rode at this year's Colorado Classic.

At 1.73m tall, Urán uses a 50cm Cannondale SuperSix EVO, which looks positively tiny lined up next to the 60cm race machines of his Cannondale-Drapac teammates Taylor Phinney and Hugh Carthy, with their ultra-long, ultra-low stems.

Urán's set up is relatively pedestrian, consisting of a 120mm alloy stem holding 40cm wide alloy handlebars. Both front and rear Mavic Cosmic Ultimate wheels are quick release and slowed by rim brakes, not disc brakes.

The 40mm deep tubular wheels are absolutely overflowing with carbon on the rims, hubs and bladed spokes. The tubular tires are Mavic's own as well, pairing perfectly with the rim width at 25mm for seamless aerodynamics.

The drivetrain is Shimano's finest offering, made up of Dura-Ace Di2 9150 derailleurs and 170mm Cannondale Hollowgram SiSL2 cranks with an integrated SRM powermeter. The rings are 53/38t.

Mavic's Carbon Ultimate wheels feature huge, bladed carbon spokes that lace the 40mm deep carbon rims to the carbon hubs

Frame: Cannondale SuperSix EVO, 50cm
Fork: SuperSix EVO, SPEED SAVE
Stem: FSA SLK OS series stem, 120mm
Handlebar: FSA Energy Compact, 40cm
Front brake: Shimano Dura-Ace R9100
Rear brake: Shimano Dura-Ace R9100
Front derailleur: Shimano Dura-Ace 9150 Di2
Rear derailleur: Shimano Dura-Ace 9150 Di2
Cassette: Shimano Ultegra, 11-28t
Chain: Shimano Dura-Ace 11-speed
Crankset: Cannondale Hollowgram SiSL2, 170mm, with SRM powermeter
Chainrings: 53/38t
Pedals: Shimano Dura-Ace
Wheelset: Mavic Cosmic Ultimate, 40mm deep
Tires: Mavic Pro Griplink and Powerlink, 25mm
Saddle: Fizik Antares
Seatpost: FSA K-Force
Bottle cages: Tacx Deva

Critical measurements

Rider's height: 1.73m
Rider's weight: 63kg