Can't really spot too many differences between the Super X and CAADX frames, but the fork seems bit different. Should take both for a test ride.
Sorry that set off the anality meter:
Caad9 CX: http://www.cyclingnews.com/features/pho ... rt-6/86760
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CaadX: the X = CX and 10 (i.e. 1 more than Caad 9). Geddit? It's new for 2011 and made in Asia. My untrained eye tells me, however, that the CaadX frame looks like the Chinese Caad 9's front triangle with the dropouts from the new Chinese Caad 8. Anyone else have thoughts on this? The CaadX defo does NOT have the same tube flaring at the HT like the Caad 10 road frame. They are slightly different. 1 1/8" alu steerer fork.
The SuperX is non-metallic (hope that's better !). 1 1/4" lower bearing race. Full carbon fork.