RAFIUDEEN wrote:i could say not too aggressive frame nor the touring ones (loved the r 5 feel cervelo )
i would like to do brm's very long distance faster and stronger
no fenders tyres not more than 25 max wheel set rims want ot get one made with wi cx rays spoke and 23 by 28 deep rims
ride every day 50 kms and 100 week ends
So you basically want a training bike? Folks here may tell you to train on what you've got, no need for a second 'training' bike. Having a second bike for other purposes, or just variety, is definitely a possibility though.
Based off of your quote above, I don't recommend getting the Cannondale (CAAD) nor the Canyon. They're meant for racing and racers with a budget that can't withstand replacing the frame after every crash.
Your 'faster and stronger' will come from two things: more training and a little bit of comfort thrown into a 'stiff' frame. If you are fatigued by the jarring nature of an overly stiff set up that is purely for racing, such as the CAAD or Canyon, then you won't finish stronger and certainly not faster.
Everything else is pretty much a wash since you don't want it to have features that may be useful in the future.
If you want aluminum: Specialized E5 alloy range is good (now with BB30, so it is "latest tech" sort of), Spooky HavocStaff/Skeletor, a custom from Tsunami (which may be difficult depending on your location)...
But, mostly I agree with Burgunder's take on this: you're basically asking for a 'training bike' and what 'best' is depends on different things to different people, but by your own parameters it doesn't really matter for your case and may in fact hurt you in achieving your goals of 'faster and stronger' . So instead get a good entry/mid-range bike that's the best value and ride it all the time. Training will make you faster and stronger, not the bike,