Colnago M10

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vinc
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by vinc

I've been thinking about this thread for a while and I still can't imagine that colnago delivers framesets with failing specifications. Especially because my m10 has the exact headtubelength as specificated.

@Ironman: could you post a picture of your m10 with measurement of the headtube? I'd like to see it as well. Thanks!

liam7020
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by liam7020

Pierre Rolland rides his M10 to victory at the top of Alpe d'Huez!!

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"Sometimes you don't need a plan. You just need big balls." Tom Boonen

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NickyM10
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by NickyM10

liam7020 wrote:Pierre Rolland rides his M10 to victory at the top of Alpe d'Huez!!

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What a finish for Europcar,they did very well in this years tour!
I have the M10 and for me I can not fault this bike,the ride is amazing and it really has the heads
turning,this bike is definitely for keeps! :D

benolium
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by benolium

grid256 wrote:I'm working on getting some decent photos but felt like I should post rather than talk about my M10 any more. She's a hair over 14 pounds as pictured. Build thread to follow.

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Build Please??? Sweet ride

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grid256
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by grid256

I've been meaning to do a build thread - it's changed a bit since the above pic. Soon or soonish.

liam7020
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by liam7020

Here's mine - the build took a little longer than I had anticipated but I'm very pleased with the results. More photos and details in the Gallery section.

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"Sometimes you don't need a plan. You just need big balls." Tom Boonen

Lafolie
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by Lafolie

Very stelf looking M10 - love it !

benolium
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by benolium

Let's keep those M10's coming!!!

Ned
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veloryan
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by veloryan

Best looking M10 in this thread IMO
grid256 wrote:I'm working on getting some decent photos but felt like I should post rather than talk about my M10 any more. She's a hair over 14 pounds as pictured. Build thread to follow.

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skogling
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by skogling

I received my M10 last Friday. (52s) Perfect painting. Frame weigh: 1096 with cups and derailleur hanger so 1040 gr(?) "clean". Fork was 392 gr as mounted. Seatpost 192 gr after cut. (cut off 90 mm). No too bad IMHO.

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Love it !
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willy
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by willy

52 s M10 with record build, 3t cockpit, prologo saddle, shamals, look pedals..7.130 k

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skogling
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by skogling

Nice. Looks like mine. We could swap ! :)

Weight ? Mine were 6,970.

yongkun
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by yongkun

Looking at either the m10 or pinarello Paris.

How is the paintwork for this frame? The usual gold standard?

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PSM
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by PSM

Any news here ? ;)

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