I have never used E10 fuel, but since I am interested in renewable energy sources I read about it along with other replacement fuels.
It doesn't work well with two-stroke engines. If you intend to use it in your bike, first take off the fuel tank and get it cleaned, removing any sludge and dirt that has accumulated. Put a fuel filter, preferably one that contains the fuel at the bottom and flows out from the top. Change the old rubber fuel line as well.
Ethanol mixed fuels have a tendency to dislodge sludge and dirt in the tank, which is a plus point, but once dislodged it will travel to the carburettor and compression chamber, the sludge can choke the jets. E10 can clean the fuel line but sometimes also corrodes aluminum and steel portions, it can also damage old rubber parts.
If you are thinking about the performance gain due to higher octane value, there is none, there is about 3% performance reduction with E10. Roughly, if the price is more than 4% lower than petrol, it will cost you the same.