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Even from a distance, you can see it’s an aero bike from its reduced frontal areas, teardrop shapes and the slim Aero Fork CF. The concealed cables further improve the aerodynamics. What makes it special is that even when the cables are not under tension, they support each other so they don’t rattle in the down tube. For the new season, the Speedmax AL 9.0 includes the lightweight Sram Force groupset and the super stiff TT carbon crankset for optimum power transmission. The 1:1 cable pull ratio and the direct cable routing guarantee even lower shift forces and precise, smooth shifts.
Every second counts! You can find your own perfect riding position with the aerodynamic carbon seat post, which allows you to adjust the angle and the horizontal position of the saddle in a matter of seconds. The aerodynamic, super lightweight carbon fibre Reynolds Assault and Strike wheels work with the Grand Prix 4000s tyres to convert the force from your legs directly into acceleration, so you will barely touch the asphalt. The fastest aluminium bike of all time – test your limits with the Speedmax AL 9.0.
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AERO FORK CF
with minimal frontal area
effectively reduces wind resistance
INTERNALLY ROUTED CABLES
avoid wind turbulence
Aero Fork CF
The Speedmax AL uses the same aerodynamically optimized Canyon Aero Fork TT Carbon as the Speedmax CF. The flat fork legs distribute the air flow reliably into the entire system and being the first point of contact with the wind they make an important contribution to the excellent aerodynamics of the Speedmax AL.
Just like the Speedmax CF, the tubes of the aluminium ‘time trial machine’ are modelled after the shape of a drop. The smooth welded seams enable a laminar air flow at the junctions and result in a harmonious overall look.
In order to keep the wind turbulences at the rear wheel as low as possible, the tire should be fitted perfectly into the recess on the Aero Shape seat tube. As the horizontal dropouts are adjustable without tools you can do this any time by simply using the thumbscrew.
Internally routed cables
With a clean look and protected from the weather, the shift cables run inside the frame. The crossed routing – patent pending – prevents any rattling in the down tube, as the cables support each other. This system also helps to avoid air turbulence at cable passages on the down tube.
|Frame||Canyon New F8 Technology|
|Fork||Canyon Aero Fork CF|
|Headset||Tange IS-22 SCT|
|Rear Derailleur||SRAM Force|
|Front Derailleur||SRAM Force|
|Shifters||SRAM SL900 aero|
|Brake levers||Profile ABS aluminium|
|Hubs||Reynolds Strike / Assault|
|Cassette||SRAM CS PG-1070 10-speed|
|Rims||Reynolds Strike / Assault|
|Tyres||Continental Grand Prix 4000 S|
|Cranks||SRAM Force TT|
|Bottom Bracket||SRAM Force|
|Handlebar||Profile T2 Wing basebar / T3+ aluminium Aufsatz|
|Saddle||Selle Italia SL T1 Special Edition|
|Seat post||Canyon Aero Post CF|
|Frame sizes||XS, S, M, L, XL|
Included in delivery
|Tools||Canyon Torque Wrench|
|Handbook||Canyon Roadbike handbook|
|Subject to technical modification without notice. Errors and omissions excepted.|
Link Tange Service
Link Sram Service
Link Profile Service
Link Reynolds Service
Link to manufacturer
Link Sram Service
Link to the manufacturer's website
Link Profile Design Service
Link Selle Italia Service
||Seat tube length||495
||Top tube length||510
||Head tube length||90
||Head tube angle||72.5°
||Seat tube angle||75°-78°
|Seat post diameter||aero