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sjc166
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by sjc166

Hi All,

Thought i would share my newish second bike. I have a Canyon Aeroad (it was posted on WW before) but i am stripping it down over winter and am riding this one a lot more and am really liking it. Was never a real fan of Italian bikes but that thought is quickly changing.

The specs are as follows

Colnago M10 54s
Campy SR group
Corima 47mm Aero clinchers & Mavic R-Sys SLR
Selle Italia Monolink carbon seat post and saddle
Deda carbon stem and bar

Weight 7.25kg with Corima's
6.76kg with Mavics

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PSM
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by PSM

Nice. I think a white bar tape would look better though... ;)

How's the M10 compared to the Canyon?

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by ScuderiaDouroux

Love the bike, especially the Corima wheels. Something about 12K carbon gets me going.

Also, I've never seen ALL black Schwalbe Ultremo ZX tires. Where did you find those?

:beerchug:
Long live the horizontal top tube, standard crankset, and Italian threaded bottom bracket.

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by paradawt

Just two words:

GOR-GEOUS :)
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MarkTwain
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by MarkTwain

Black bar tape and saddle would be interesting to see.

Red and white saddle really distracts from a nice bike.

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by yongkun

I used to have a M10 and think it is one of the best bikes out there

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SWijland
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The red bar tape is a bit too much for me too, but otherwise a lovely bike. Very Ferrari-like ;)

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What saddle bag is that or is it a tool bag? Thanks...JT

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TrekUk
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by TrekUk

Agree, black bar tape needed
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sjc166
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I think the black tape and hoods look better too. I had them in the draw ready to go anyway so thanks for the prompting.



@jt2gt its just a small Colnago bag for a tube, levers, house key and money. Its quite compact which i like.

@ScuderiaDouroux do you mean all "grey" tyres? I got them when i was living in The Netherlands last year, some shop in Den Haag. I think the grey works with the Corima's

@PSM Personally i prefer the Canyon. I just find it a better fit for my body and giving i dont ride heaps of hills its a better suited bike. But i agree that the M10 is a fantastic bike....its just a good balance between everything you need in a bike.

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Much better. :)

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by paradawt

+1
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by Routier

It's stunning with the black tape, but I think that red hoods would finish it off nicely. Lovely bike anyway!

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