This is Joe Dombrowski's Cannondale SuperSix Evo Hi-Mod, in gorgeous classic Berserker Green, which Dombrowski runs in a 58cm size.
The drive chain consists of a mashup of various parts and company's components. For example, he's running FSA chainrings in a 53/39t setup, something he'll be doing for greater compatibility with his SRM power meter. On top of this he's running Cannondale's featherweight Hollowgram crank.
He's running old 9050 Dura-Ace Di2 front and rear derailleurs matched with a 11-28t cassette. The junction box for the shifters is smuggled neatly underneath the bars.
Wheel-wise, Cannondale are rolling on Mavic's Cosmic Ultimate rims which are 40mm deep, they also come with these amazing, bling carbon spokes for extra stiffness and aerodynamic gains. In terms of rubber, he's running Mavic tubular tyres.
Much like the chainrings, FSA also take care of the rest of the finishing kit, including the 110mm stem, bars and seatpost.
Fizik bar tape is employed to keep things comfortable up front. He sits up a Fizik VS Antares saddle, which is just like a standard Antares but with a cut-out to provide a little extra relief.
Neat finishing touches include the Tacx carbon bottle cages and the Speedplay pedals, both of which are matched to the colour of the frame.
Cannondale-Drapac successfully ended a two year Grand Tour drought, taking the win at the Tour of California queen stage.
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