• The Spectral CF is their all-round lightweight long-travel trail bike. It features 140mm of travel with a claimed 1,950g frame; that’d be around 2,300g with the shock which is very light in any case.
    The Spectral CF is their all-round lightweight long-travel trail bike. It features 140mm of travel with a claimed 1,950g frame; that’d be around 2,300g with the shock which is very light in any case.
  • The Nerve is a 110mm travel alloy 29er. As pictured with full XT 11-speed gear it will sell for $3,999 (plus a $199 freight charge).
    The Nerve is a 110mm travel alloy 29er. As pictured with full XT 11-speed gear it will sell for $3,999 (plus a $199 freight charge).
  • With an 870g frame, the Exceed CF is a serious XC race weapon. It also features a unique flexing seatpost for added comfort. With XX1 and an RS1 fork it’ll go for $5,999 (plus their $199 freight charge).
    With an 870g frame, the Exceed CF is a serious XC race weapon. It also features a unique flexing seatpost for added comfort. With XX1 and an RS1 fork it’ll go for $5,999 (plus their $199 freight charge).
  • Back in November we had the opportunity to ride the Canyon Strive – their 160mm travel all-mountain bike. We’ll have a detailed review on this model in the Feb/Mar/Apr issue of Mountain Biking Australia as well as taking a closer look at how their direct sales model works.
    Back in November we had the opportunity to ride the Canyon Strive – their 160mm travel all-mountain bike. We’ll have a detailed review on this model in the Feb/Mar/Apr issue of Mountain Biking Australia as well as taking a closer look at how their direct sales model works.
  • Canyon is also supporting Aussie riders and Jenni King has already been winning National Series rounds aboard her Canyon Exceed CF.
    Canyon is also supporting Aussie riders and Jenni King has already been winning National Series rounds aboard her Canyon Exceed CF.
  • Back in November we were lucky enough to ride with three times world DH champ Fabien Barel. The Frenchman has played a key role in developing their MTB range—check our next issue to read the full interview.
    Back in November we were lucky enough to ride with three times world DH champ Fabien Barel. The Frenchman has played a key role in developing their MTB range—check our next issue to read the full interview.
  • Each Canyon bike is test ridden and QC checked at the factory before being sent out. It then arrives in a special Bike Guard box with minimal assembly required.
    Each Canyon bike is test ridden and QC checked at the factory before being sent out. It then arrives in a special Bike Guard box with minimal assembly required.
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German designed Canyon bikes are now available in Australia and New Zealand. Back in July it was announced that Canyon was going to launch to our market, and since then they’ve been setting up their headquarters and service centre in Melbourne.

While the Australian office will handle customer service, the bikes themselves will be shipped directly to your door from Koblenz in Germany. Their direct sales model results in very competitive pricing for what are high quality bikes.

A broad range of Canyon models will be available to our market (only some of the cheaper alloy hardtails won’t make it to Australia as it’s now worthwhile due to freight costs).

Here’s a quick look at some of the key MTB models and you can see the full range at www.canyon.com/au

The Spectral CF is their all-round lightweight long-travel trail bike. It features 140mm of travel with a claimed 1,950g frame; that’d be around 2,300g with the shock which is very light in any case.
The Spectral CF is their all-round lightweight long-travel trail bike. It features 140mm of travel with a claimed 1,950g frame; that’d be around 2,300g with the shock which is very light in any case.
The Nerve is a 110mm travel alloy 29er. As pictured with full XT 11-speed gear it will sell for $3,999 (plus a $199 freight charge).
The Nerve is a 110mm travel alloy 29er. As pictured with full XT 11-speed gear it will sell for $3,999 (plus a $199 freight charge).
With an 870g frame, the Exceed CF is a serious XC race weapon. It also features a unique flexing seatpost for added comfort. With XX1 and an RS1 fork it’ll go for $5,999 (plus their $199 freight charge).
With an 870g frame, the Exceed CF is a serious XC race weapon. It also features a unique flexing seatpost for added comfort. With XX1 and an RS1 fork it’ll go for $5,999 (plus their $199 freight charge).
Back in November we had the opportunity to ride the Canyon Strive – their 160mm travel all-mountain bike. We’ll have a detailed review on this model in the Feb/Mar/Apr issue of Mountain Biking Australia as well as taking a closer look at how their direct sales model works.
Back in November we had the opportunity to ride the Canyon Strive – their 160mm travel all-mountain bike. We’ll have a detailed review on this model in the Feb/Mar/Apr issue of Mountain Biking Australia as well as taking a closer look at how their direct sales model works.
Canyon is also supporting Aussie riders and Jenni King has already been winning National Series rounds aboard her Canyon Exceed CF.
Canyon is also supporting Aussie riders and Jenni King has already been winning National Series rounds aboard her Canyon Exceed CF.
Back in November we were lucky enough to ride with three times world DH champ Fabien Barel. The Frenchman has played a key role in developing their MTB range—check our next issue to read the full interview.
Back in November we were lucky enough to ride with three times world DH champ Fabien Barel. The Frenchman has played a key role in developing their MTB range—check our next issue to read the full interview.
Each Canyon bike is test ridden and QC checked at the factory before being sent out. It then arrives in a special Bike Guard box with minimal assembly required.
Each Canyon bike is test ridden and QC checked at the factory before being sent out. It then arrives in a special Bike Guard box with minimal assembly required.
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