We take a look at the Cannondale Supersix Evo Dura-Ace Di2 that propelled Dan Evans to the Hill Climb National Championship win

Newly-crowned British Hill Climb National Champion Dan Evans showed us his title-winning machine after conquering the Pea Royd Lane climb in South Yorkshire on Sunday.

Evans’ 2013 Cannondale Supersix Evo Dura-Ace Di2 tips the scales at just over 5kg, or 11lbs.

Dan Evans' Cannondale hill climb bike

From a distance, Evans’ Cannondale doesn’t look heavily modified, but there’s attention to detail throughout to keep the weight down

Dan Evans' Cannondale hill climb bike

The champions wheel choice, a pair of Italian Spada Breva 33 carbon wheels. The Italian manufacturer’s super light wheelset comes in at under a 1kg the pair

Dan Evans' Cannondale hill climb bike

Vittoria Crono Evo 22mm tubs

Dan Evans' Cannondale hill climb bike

A striped down Cannondale SiSL2 chainset to leave just the 39-teeth ring. 172.5 crank arms with Look Ti Keo Blade pedals. No front mech with just the Di2 link cable tucked in the mech hanger

Dan Evans' Cannondale hill climb bike

No mistaking whose bike this is… Dan Evans

Dan Evans' Cannondale hill climb bike

Evans used Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 with a 28 sprocket in the locker if needed. Only the 25 sprocket was used in the end

Dan Evans' Cannondale hill climb bike

Slim Spada hubs with lightweight QR skewers

Dan Evans' Cannondale hill climb bike

The lightweight full carbon Selle Italia SLR Tekno saddle on a FSA K-Force seat pin

Dan Evans' Cannondale hill climb bike

Neat Spada front hub

Dan Evans' Cannondale hill climb bike

Stages power meter helped Evans produce a measured effort up the climb, holding back to be able to give the final full effort push up the last gradient pitch of the climb

Dan Evans' Cannondale hill climb bike

Garmin Edge 500 used to keep tabs on the wattage output. No stem cap on the FSA carbon stem. FSA carbon bars

Dan Evans, Hill Climb National Championship 2014

Dan Evans, Hill Climb National Championship 2014