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    A new arrow in the quiver. CX-Zero

    It's not really a "spy shot" if you take the photo with permission, but here's something hot out of the oven for you. Apologies for the seatpost in the sky and the small chain ring, but I wanted to snap this quick before it floated away.

    A new arrow in the quiver. CX-Zero-cx0.jpg
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    Below CX-1 then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDB View Post
    Below CX-1 then?
    Not below the CX-1, actually - and the name is probably a misnomer. It will sit alongside the CX-1 as far as price, but play an entirely different role in the lineup. I raced the CX-1 and I would say that bike is akin to a shotgun while this new bike is a sniper rifle. Light and raceworthy for sure, but with a classic road geometry that, from what I can tell and despite the angles you see on this frame, is actually closer to the C-40 than anything. Some exciting features will make this the ideal frame for people who just like to ride far and ride fast. Additional tire clearance and, I don't want to steal Colnago's thunder for the upcoming release, but some significant changes on both ends of the seat tube.
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    They have been posting sneaks of the 2014 range on facebook, although so far it's the M10s Team Edition

    Those certainly looks like some very slim seat stays!

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    A new arrow in the quiver. CX-Zero-cx0nero.jpg
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    The CX-1 is gone in 2014. I had questioned its survivability and the answer turned out to be 'NO'

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    Does anyone understand the purpose of the CX-0? Is it between a CLX and M10?

    I don't see the appeal...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlin View Post
    Does anyone understand the purpose of the CX-0? Is it between a CLX and M10?

    I don't see the appeal...
    It's a bike for the Spring Classics (and other rough road or long distance races). It is made in the same mold as the Pinarello Dogma K or the BMC Granfondo GF01, etc.
    Every climb has its end, for verily with difficulty there is relief...

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