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Old 08-28-14, 10:35 PM   #1
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New Cannondale CAAD10 Track

CAAD10 TRACK 1 - CAAD10 - ELITE ROAD - ROAD - BIKES - 2015

Don't see an msrp yet but nice to see them making a true track bike again
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Old 08-28-14, 10:59 PM   #2
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Geo chart is 404. Lame.
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Yeah, no geo....

Dropouts look very short. I like the looks otherwise. Components are solid.
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Msrp was around 1800 iirc.
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Old 08-29-14, 12:26 AM   #5
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Is this the lightest aluminium track frame?
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To combine the performance of CAAD10 with the power of modern braking, the disc-equipped CAAD10s get a re-designed frame with a new 3D forged dropout/disc mount and a new fork with a disc-specific carbon layup.
I think they put a lot of thought into the new track bike.
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Looks good!
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Looks like a Caad.
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Old 08-29-14, 02:58 PM   #10
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Thanks for the chart Scrod. It looks just like their CAAD5 track with a 1.3cm-1.5cm shorter head tube across the board. I'll be intrigued to see what the frame weighs.
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me likey. I'd ride that
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those chainstays!
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It looks nice, but man the old-style Cannondale track bikes are what do it for me.
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Old 08-29-14, 09:06 PM   #14
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Sweeet!

Hopefully it won't be too hard to add brakes and a rear derailleur.
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series 3.0 > CAAD 10

CAAD 10 lacks 'MURICA too
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Hopefully it won't be too hard to add brakes and a rear derailleur.
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I wonder if Omniums will fit.
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would ride, if had money, would probably buy
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I wonder if Omniums will fit.
It would be debacle if they didn't...
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Especially considering the pic shows Omniums installed.
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This bike is confusing. It's clearly meant for road riding, what with 700x25c tires, compact road bar and 45mm fork rake. Yet it appears to lack provision for a front brake, since there is no mention of the fork crown being drilled. It is pretty, though.
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Yet it appears to lack provision for a front brake, since there is no mention of the fork crown being drilled. It is pretty, though.
I havent seen any other pics of it but maybe they're shipping it plugged like cinelli does with their alu track framesets.

You have to be honest though, I'm pretty sure the majority of them sold will seldom be ridden on the track...
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I agree, that geo is pretty weird for a legit track bike.

All hype aside, I'd still rather ride my Thunderdome.
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I'd rather buy a used Capo.
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