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Well equipped for its category
For years the Torque FRX has been synonymous with uncompromising downhill qualities and maximum versatility. Its successor, the Torque DHX, is a bike for the new model year which has enhanced kinematics for even more efficient power transfer, even more sensitive response and more spring travel reserves which mean it is designed without compromise for downhill and bike park action. The frame of the Torque DHX has been completely revised. The new tube shapes and the deep drawn top tube, which ensures more standover height and therefore more freedom of movement, result in a new design which fits perfectly into the Canyon style. The robust, rigid frame has innovative Canyon features such as the new "Canyon Thru Axle" for maximum wheel rigidity, adjustable angled ball bearings for superb response and durability and the ISCG mount for a free choice of drive.
The short chainstays together with the long sporty reach create a balanced geometry and a perfect seat position on the bike. The flat steering angle enhances smoothness on rough downhill sections. A low bottom bracket and flat angles for high speed downhill tracks or steeper angles for demanding technical sections? The Track Flip gives you the choice. 195 mm "pedal course" or 210 mm for bumpy race tracks - it's entirely up to you. Whether you want a mini downhiller for bike parks and home trails (Playzone and Dropzone) or a race machine for downhill and big bike action (Flashzone, Rockzone and Whipzone) - the new Torque DHX is fun on wheels.
Annoying cables are a thing of the past because on the Torque DHX the cable to the Vario Post is routed entirely inside the frame. The top tube has been drawn down as far as possible to ensure minimum standover height and lots of freedom of movement on the bike. A short standover height provides greater pedalling space and therefore safer handling on technically demanding downhill courses.
Adjusting the spring travel to your needs? The Track Flip on the rocker arm is just the thing. 195 mm "pedal course" or 210 mm for bumpy race tracks. In addition the steering angle can be adjusted from 63° to 64 and the bottom bracket lowered by 10 mm - 63° for high speed trails and large jumps and 64° for technical Alpine terrain.
The new Canyon through-axle system delivers maximum rigidity to the rear wheel with its 12 mm through-axle. Compared to other through-axle systems, the rear wheel is mounted fully on the dropout which means that the wheel can be fitted and removed more easily and faster.
The Canyon SAG monitor enables you to find the perfect basic setting in a trice. The drag indicator on the rocker arm shows the compression of the dampers when you sit on the bike (used negative spring travel = SAG). In addition the SAG monitor also shows the maximum spring travel used. That makes an efficient setup very straightforward.