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Dream mark 1.1 - Aerodynamics-mark 1.0
The Canyon Speedmax CF is a bike which adapts to its rider - and not vice versa.
The seat post's wide range of adjustment options deliver a seat angle stretching from 73-78°. The special triathlon stem allows a significantly higher position than the time-trial version and by using spacers can be raised up to a further 40mm. In addition, the "flat" handlebar allows the rider to assume a comfortable position on the lower handlebar on longer training rides and the L-bend extensions guarantee a comfortable position for the rider's wrists when riding long distances.
As the most elaborate development project in the history of the company, the Canyon Speedmax CF sets benchmarks in aerodynamics, flexibility, and system integration. The cockpit that’s unique to Canyon offers triathletes and time-trial specialists alike total flexibility thanks to the huge number of combinations of stem, handlebar, extensions and spacers that are possible. Alongside the first successes in competition in 2012, the Speedmax CF has already received the red dot design award best of the best.
Optimum use of limited space: This is guaranteed by the integrated centre-pull brake which delivers outstanding performance and modulation whilst in addition being around 60g lighter than a conventional rim brake.
The shift and brake cables enter the frame through inserts in the Canyon Aero Stem and nare then routed completely inside the frame. A mere 12cm of Di2 cable is externally routed in the cockpit area. A unique innovation: The front brake cable is routed through the centre of the two headset bearings. This avoids sharp bends in the cables and the rider does not need to exert a great deal of pressure on the lever to achieve powerful braking performance.
Integrated seat post clamp.
Thanks to the Rake Shift inserts the rider can modify the ride characteristics of the bike. There are three available settings (front / centre /rear) with each setting delivering a 2.5mm difference in trail. Greater trail delivers a smoother ride whilst less trail delivers a somewhat more agile frame geometry.
In order to reduce air turbulence around the frame the seat clamp was entirely integrated in the frame. The assembly requires a very low level of tightening torque.