Colnago M10 and M10s

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mpower
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by mpower

What are the differences between the two with and without 's' models?

timbat
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by timbat

One is sloping geometry the other not ?

In Colnago sizes they use 's' to designate this

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timbat
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by timbat

No thats not it ... from here:

http://forums.roadbikereview.com/colnag ... 90339.html

post 16:

"Finally figured out the difference between the M10 and "new" M10 S. The 2013 M10 S is made for both mechanical and electronic shifting, while the 2012 M10 is only mechanical ready. That's mostly likely the only difference. Also noticed that US MSRP for the M10 S has gone up to 4300$. Yikes. Perhaps there will be some clearance deals on the "old" M10. "

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by rowdysluggins

Wow! True, but very confusing to an average bike aficionado, because Colnago has always had "s" that they tagged on to the models that were sloping top tube (as opposed to horizontal). Oh well. Now we know.

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by PSM

rowdysluggins wrote:Wow! True, but very confusing to an average bike aficionado, because Colnago has always had "s" that they tagged on to the models that were sloping top tube (as opposed to horizontal). Oh well. Now we know.



Not for M10. They only got sloped versions.

The "S" is a bit lighter but stiffer. I think the chainstays are a bit thinner as well.

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