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2010 Colnago Bicycles – Road, Mountain and Single Speed

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Colnago’s leaked their 2010 bicycles for the American market on their Facebook page.  Stats are a little slim, but there’s pricing and a few details for each model.  It’s a broad range from ultra-high end like the CF7 FR Ferrari road bike above ($14,999, complete bike) to sub-$1,500 bikes, including their new Super Single Speed!

Hit ‘more’ to see the full range…there’s even a mountain bike tucked in here at the bottom!


The 55th Anniversary Colnago Master-X Light is a reall looker.  It’s a lugged steel frame with special gold chrome accents and fork.  The Master X Light has been in Colnago’s stable for over 20 years, and this anniversary edition has a number of fancy features:

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From left to right: Special Edition headtube, ornate gold lugging on headtube and painted inlays on fork crown, hand-painted integrated bar and stem.


The Master X Light is also available in some classic color combos with chromed headset lugs, chainstays and fork.  The forks are 1″ and available in the Chrome as shown or the “Street Carbon Fork” and the bikes are available in 16 sizes.  $2,675 frame/fork.


The 2010 Colnago EPS is available in Red/White (above) and Blue/White (below) and retails for $5,499 for the frameset (frame / fork / headset / seatpost).  The 2010 EPS gets a tapered headtube (1-1/8″ to 1-1/4″) and is a lugged carbon frame made in Italy.  It’s available in a whopping 22 standard sizes (14 regular, 8 sloping).


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Want more options?  How about purple, white and black frame colors, too?  That’s 110 different frame/color combos…


…with matching carbon seats and posts!


The CX1 comes as a Frameset (frame/fork/HS/post) for $3,249 and is Colnago’s top of the line monocoque carbon frame.  Front triangle is monocoque and stays are bonded to the frame, which Colnago claims improves the handling.

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The CX1 is available in Red/White, Black and Blue/White (below) and uses a standard 1-1/8″ steerer tube:



The Colnago C50 frameset comes in this sharp black/white look and four retro color schemes:

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It’s $4,545 for the special color framesets, a $96 premium over the $4,449 black frameset above them.


The 2010 Colnago CLX 2.0, while shown with Dura-Ace will come with two build options: Shimano Ultegra ($3,699) or Campagnolo Athena/Chorus ($4,059).  The CLX is characterized by two external ribs on the top and down tubes to increase the stiffness of the frame without making the ride harsh.  The curved seatstay is said to improve braking power.

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The CLX 2.0 is also available as a frameset and in five total color combos: Green/White, Black, White, Red/White and Blue/White.  Frameset (frame/fork/HS/post) is $2,299.


The 2010 Colnago Ace is a new-for-2010 bike and comes as a complete bike built with Veloce for $3,035.  It’s a full carbon monocoque frame and gets new geometry with a headtube that’s about 20mm higher than traditional Colnago bikes for a less aggressive, more comfortable position.  This seems to be a trend over the past 18 months…lots of bike companies are introducing performance oriented road bikes with slightly relaxed geometry for club riders that may never race (though they could) but like to go fast and ride long distances.


The Ace is available in a mostly White and the Red/White color options.


The Flight is Colnago’s Triathlon / Time Trial bike.  It’s a full monocoque carbon frame with reinforced dropouts for stiffness and internal cable routing to make it slippery.


It’ll come with two seatposts offering effective seattube angles of 74º and 77º and is sold as a frameset only for $3,849 (w/ headset).  Black or Red color options.


The Colnago Cross Prestige is a new frame for 2010.  Developed with input from former World Champion and nine-time Super Prestige winner Sven Nys, it’s a High Modulus Carbon front triangle with polygonal sections on the top- and downtubes and a curve at the back of the top tube to ease shouldering the bike.  The rear triangle is lugged carbon, and it’s available in size sizes ranging from 50cm to 60cm.


It’s sold as a frameset (frame/fork/HS/post) for $3,199.


For the budget cyclocross racer, there’s the 6000-series aluminum Colnago World Cup Cross. It’s built with Shimano 105 and sells for $1,835 complete.

2010-colnago-super-single-speedNew for 2010 is the Colnago Super Single Speed, a steel tubed frame with chrome lugs on the headtube, it’s instant vintage.  It has track dropouts and only comes in this sweet cream color as a complete bike.  MSRP $1,899.


The Super Single Speed comes with a flip-flop rear wheel so you can run it as a fixed gear bike, too.

2010-colnago-pista-trackThe Pista is a new track bike for 2010.  It’s a 6000-series aluminum frame that’s been heat-treated and reinforced for maximum power transfer.  The downtube is aero shaped and uses an integrated 1-1/8″ headset.


The Pista comes as a complete bike only, in Black or White for $1,818.


The Colnago Rock is a new frameset for 2010.  It’s a monocoque carbon front triangle with square chainstays mated to it for a steady, solid ride.  Available as a frameset only in Black or Red/White.


The frameset will retail for $2,789.

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14 years ago

‘Leaked’ ???? They have been on the Colnago America web site for weeks! http://www.colnago-america.com/collection.php?name=EPS

14 years ago

No leaks, its all pretty cleaned up if you ask me.

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