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Old 02-04-11, 09:08 PM
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New CAAD 10...

Will be here soon, real pics will follow.

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Old 02-04-11, 09:12 PM
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Nice.
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Old 02-04-11, 09:16 PM
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You mean CAAD10 2012? What are the differences other than color?
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Old 02-04-11, 09:35 PM
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No this is a 2011 CAAD10, it's our team/club's paint job. No other differences than paint.

At this point it's going to be built with full dura ace 7800 and a hollowgram SL crankset, 3T bars and stem, probably going to tip the scales around 16.3-16.5 lbs with heavy dura ace 7800 wheels. Will be upgrading to Dura Ace 7900 this year or next aiming for 15.75-16 lbs flat with training wheels on it and 15 lbs with carbon tubulars.
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Old 02-04-11, 09:43 PM
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Nice.
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Old 02-04-11, 09:50 PM
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Wish I could have spent more time on my CAAD 9 but I couldn't pass up the opportunity, esp the paint.
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nice nick !

my team frame is coming in next week too.I was in the shop today they told me to expect it next week. Also a caad10. I dont ride for la grange though. I did go on the Nichols ride once, very good ride !

im likely building up with sram rival. still deciding on wheels
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Old 02-04-11, 10:48 PM
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Saweeeeeet!
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Looks great! CAAD10 = best bang for your buck. I almost went that route, but decided to go with the new Cervelo R3 instead. Let us know how it rides!
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Bring on the bike porn.........
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My team is riding the CAAD10 this year. I pick mine up on Wednesday
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Originally Posted by fauxto nick View Post
No this is a 2011 CAAD10, it's our team/club's paint job. No other differences than paint.

At this point it's going to be built with full dura ace 7800 and a hollowgram SL crankset, 3T bars and stem, probably going to tip the scales around 16.3-16.5 lbs with heavy dura ace 7800 wheels. Will be upgrading to Dura Ace 7900 this year or next aiming for 15.75-16 lbs flat with training wheels on it and 15 lbs with carbon tubulars.
Soo, you're getting just the frame first?
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Looks nice!
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Nice. I like the 10 on the forks. Enjoy.
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Soo, you're getting just the frame first?
No I have a fully built La Grange CAAD 9 right now, I'm transferring everything over, minus the front derailleur, going to slap on a 7900 FD since the 10 is braze on.
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Old 02-05-11, 10:41 AM
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What's with the Ooompa Loompa handlebars.....I'm sure it's the angle but they look miniature...
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What's with the Ooompa Loompa handlebars.....I'm sure it's the angle but they look miniature...
It's a mock up drawing from Cannondale custom lol.
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