Colnago M10

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maxxevv
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by maxxevv

mika wrote:Hello, does anyone have a "real" picture of his (the) M10 in white/silver? because on the colnago website, it is difficult to see the real color :? thanks


Not sure if you did link to this pict :

http://www.colnago.com/sites/default/fi ... udio_0.png

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grid256
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by grid256

Hello, does anyone have a "real" picture of his (the) M10 in white/silver? because on the colnago website, it is difficult to see the real color thanks


Hit this one up:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/46135118@N ... 403708531/

And... I'm either nuts or the brake cabling is switched on that bike.

mika
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by mika

Thanks for your reply! but i wonder if it is white or "smoked" white as it seems on most pictures :roll: if anyone ever seen one in real :thumbup:

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by vinc

mika wrote:Thanks for your reply! but i wonder if it is white or "smoked" white as it seems on most pictures :roll: if anyone ever seen one in real :thumbup:

Check this white sample on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DvpuEqBN8g4&feature=related

maxxevv
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by maxxevv

From the Flickr link, looks like its pearl white, or maybe its metallic white ?
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by liam7020

I was looking at some photographs from the Tour of the Med and noticed that Thomas Voeckler and the Europcar lads are riding the M10 and not the C59... Interesting!
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But he won the first stage on a c59... :mrgreen:

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by StefanR

uiii now all Voeckler C59 fans have to buy a new bike again..
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StefanR wrote:uiii now all Voeckler C59 fans have to buy a new bike again..



Yeah----
And when he wins the nationals you get one for free in Tricolore Design :mrgreen:
But Looks great to me.
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by Subitus

Nice choise of color Voeckler. :beerchug: :thumbup: :up:

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Hmmm, I dont know.... would have to see it in flesh....

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by vinc

StefanR wrote:uiii now all Voeckler C59 fans have to buy a new bike again..

It depends...
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by Lafolie

Hoping to test ride an M10 soon. should have it for around 1 week. I will post the ride report. They do look stunning!

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by Goodwin5311

Congrats - great looking build. Recently built up my MTBK as well, although it has been stuck on the trainer since, amidst The Winter that Shall Not End. Not too much sneaky here... some Red parts thrown in (cables, chain, cassette, bottom bracket). I debated the white vs. black accoutrement - I think they both look great, but found the 2011 SLR Carbonio Flow only in black at the time, so that sealed the deal. Up close, the differences between my CX-1 and this frame are more substantial than I had anticipated. There is lovely shaping on the top tube junctions, especially into the head tube, and the flare of the downtube into the bottom bracket can best be appreciated from the saddle. Hoping the lack of a clear coat doesn't cause distress as I throw this bike against the wall in six month's worth of criteriums... but can't wait to break the race cherry on this thing!

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