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Cannondale Synapse Hi-MOD Red 2010 Road Bike

cannondale synapse hi mod red   Cannondale Synapse Hi MOD Red 2010 Road Bike

The Cannondale Synapse Hi-MOD Red 2010 Road Bike utilizes state-of-the-art active vibration damping technology to eliminate road rattle and other high-frequency vibrations without sacrificing any power. It also sports a more upright riding position, which allows for all-day rides with more comfort. Its also got really fast acceleration, giving you the upper hand on race day. Pick up the Cannondale Synapse Hi-MOD Red 2010 Road Bike for a retail price of $7,899.

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Trek 2010 6 Series Madone

trek 2010 6 series madone   Trek 2010 6 Series Madone

The Trek 2010 6 Series Madone, also known as “The One,” is packed with state-of-the-art technology. The 2010 Madone is 150 grams lighter than the previous model of 2009. The front end is 17% stiffer, which allows for better confidence while handling at high speeds. The bottom bracket is 90mm, instead of the average 68mm, which allows for faster takeoff, acceleration, and climbing. The fork of the Trek 2010 6 Series Madone is also unique, being the first asymmetric fork. The new fork is 30 grams lighter, with 15% more frontal compliance, and 20% more lateral stiffness. Basically, the Trek 2010 6 Series Madone is a state-of-the-art bicycle, utilizing the most updated and innovative technology available.

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Colnago CLX 2.0 Road Bike

colnago clx 2.0 road bike   Colnago CLX 2.0 Road Bike

The Colnago CLX 2.0 road bike, a bike for riders who appreciate a carbon road bike but not the price it’s often associated with, is an Italian masterpiece made possible through extensive research and development. The CLX 2.0 frame has a monocoque front triangle where the rear triangle is lugged. Towards the rear of the frame, lugged and bonded seat and chainstays were implemented to increase the frame’s overall strength. To make for a stiffer ride, the top and down tube host ribs. The seatstay on Colnago’s CLX 2.0 features a curvature, which helps with control during a sudden stop. When compared to the CLX, which made its debut several years ago, the Colnago CLX 2.0 is lighter, stiffer, and a safer ride. Colnago is offering the CLX 2.0 with a Shimano Ultegra option for $3,699 or a Campagnolo Athena/Chorus for $4,059.

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Cannondale 2010 SuperSix Hi-MOD Road Bike

cannondale 2010 supersix hi mod road bike   Cannondale 2010 SuperSix Hi MOD Road Bike

The new SuperSix Hi-MOD from Cannondale has undergone some changes for the 2010 model. The engineers behind the design have managed to make the SuperSix lighter, without sacrificing stiffness. The Cannondale 2010 SuperSix Hi-MOD Road Bike also uses matching-radius overwraps on the oversized BB shell and chainstays, which allows for a better transfer of power. The Cannondale 2010 SuperSix Hi-MOD Road Bike retails for $6,399.

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Nike Air Zoom Tiempo Re-Release: A Part of the LIVESTRONG Collection

nike air tiempo a part of the livestrong collection   Nike Air Zoom Tiempo Re Release: A Part of the LIVESTRONG Collection

The Nike Air Zoom Tiempo, originally designed for soccer and now part of the LIVESTRONG collection, has just been revamped for the inner city cyclist some time ago and has re-released yesterday. A total of eight riders helped Nike transform the soccer shoe into a shoe tailored especially for the urban cyclist. Each color way corresponds to the hometown of its influential rider. The eight riders consisted of Kyle Demers from New York City, Jupiter Desphy from Los Angeles, Superted from London, Takaharu Okada from Tokyo, Yorgo Tloupas from Paris, Henrik Kuerschner from Berlin, Massan from San Francisco, and Lance Armstrong coming out of Austin. Together they re-designed the sneaker with a stiffer sole, which makes for an easier pedaling experience.

Starting from the far left we have London, followed by Tokyo, New York, and Los Angeles.

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Masi Speciale 2010 Road Bike

masi speciale   Masi Speciale 2010 Road Bike

The Masi Speciale 2010 Road Bike is not your average race bicycle. The Speciale is a mixture of both old and new, sporting a retro steel frame and fork. The components are up-to-date, making this retro and new-school mixture a force to recon with. The Masi Speciale’s frame is built using double butted 4130 chromoly steel, with a lugged chromoly steel fork. It also uses Shimano 105 shifters, with front and rear derailleurs. The bike is powered by a Truvativ Elita C2.0 crankset with compact chainrings and an integrated bottom bracket. A Ritchey Pro Zeta wheelset and Ritchey Pro Logic handlebars and stem complete the package. The Masi Speciale also sports a friendly price tag of $1,675….

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Colnago Ace Road Bike

colnago ace road bikejpg1   Colnago Ace Road Bike
The Colnago Ace road bike, designed for a rider who’s looking for a road bike with a more comfortable upright relaxed position, is the model Colnago is most excited about for 2010. When looking at the bike, you will notice Colnago’s Real-X geometry, a fancy term for saying that the head tube measures approximately 20mm taller than some of its other models, which Colnago has implemented into an all new full carbon fiber monocoque frameset. The Colnago Ace will come equipped with handlebars, a seat post, and a stem manufactured by FAS and Colnago brakes and tires. The Ace is set to release later this month in eight different sizes, ranging from 42cm through 58cm. Colnago will be offering the Ace in two different paint schemes: white or red. At a very competitive MSRP of $2,999, Colnago expects its Ace to be a popular choice.

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