Aluminium MTBs

Aluminium MTBs

Whether it’s tough climbs when crossing the Alps, demanding local trails, fast-paced routes or winding paths through nature, an aluminum mountain bike from Canyon is the perfect companion. Find the bike you’ve always dreamed of right here.

  • 31 items
  • Spectral 5
    • 29er or 27.5
    • New
    • Color: Funkturm Grey
    • Color: Dark Honey
    SRAM SX Eagle, RockShox 35 Silver TK
    2,049 US$
  • Spectral 6
    • 29er or 27.5
    • New
    • Color: Funkturm Grey
    • Color: Dark Honey
    Shimano Deore M6100, FOX 36 Rhythm Grip
    2,499 US$
  • Neuron 5
    • Bestseller
    • Color: Alps White
    • Color: Soil Red
    Shimano Deore M6100, Rock Shox Recon Silver RL
    1,799 US$
  • Canyon Grand Canyon 7

    Grand Canyon 7

    A truly versatile 100 - 120mm hardtail,
    engineered to make every day awesome.
    Canyon Neuron

    Neuron

    The ultimate MTB all rounder.
    For the adventurer in you.
  • Neuron 6
    • Bestseller
    • Color: Alps White
    • Color: Peak Blues
    Shimano SLX M7100, FOX 34 Rhythm
    2,149 US$
    • Color: radical red
    Shimano Deore M6100, Suntour X1 Coil 27.5
    799 US$
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    • Color: Soft Moss
    • Color: Radiant Red
    RockShox Judy Silver, SRAM SX Eagle
    1,199 US$
  • Stoic 2
    • Bestseller
    • New
    • Color: Guardian Angel
    Shimano CUES 10 speed shifting, SR Suntour XCR34
    849 US$
    • Color: Super Grey
    SR Suntour XCR, Shimano DEORE XT M8100
    999 US$
    • Color: Termite Red
    SRAM SX Eagle, ROCKSHOX 35 Silver TurnKey
    1,249 US$
  • Neuron 6 WMN
    • -13%
    • Color: Fog Grey
    Shimano SLX M7100, FOX 34 Rhythm
    1,869 US$
    2,149 US$
    You save 280 US$
  • Torque DH CLLCTV
    • New Stock
    • Color: CLLCTV Dark Purple
    SRAM GX DH 7s, RockShox Boxxer Base
    2,799 US$
    • Color: Silver
    Shimano Deore M6100, ROCKSHOX PIKE SELECT
    1,699 US$
    • Color: Jade
    • Color: Shockwave Black
    • Color: Barely Olive
    Manitou Circus Sport
    949 US$
  • Torque Mullet AL 7
    • Bestseller
    • Color: Real Raw
    • Color: Barely Olive
    Shimano SLX M7100, Fox 38 Rhythm Grip
    2,999 US$
  • Grand Canyon 6 WMN
    • -10%
    • Color: Soft Grape
    SR Suntour XCR, Shimano DEORE XT M8100
    899 US$
    999 US$
    You save 100 US$
  • Grand Canyon 7 WMN
    • -8%
    • Color: Iced Blue
    RockShox Judy Silver, SRAM SX Eagle
    1,099 US$
    1,199 US$
    You save 100 US$
  • Torque Park AL 6
    • Only available in M | L
    • SRAM GX Eagle
    • Color: Almost Purple
    SRAM GX Eagle, RockShox ZEB Select 27.5
    2,799 US$
  • Grand Canyon 8 WMN
    • Only available in 2XS | XS
    • -7%
    • Color: MTB Racing Team
    Shimano DEORE XT M8100, FOX 32 Rhythm GRIP
    1,249 US$
    1,349 US$
    You save 100 US$
  • Torque DH CLLCTV
    • Only available in L | XL
    • -7%
    • Color: Kaos Theory
    SRAM GX DH 7s, RockShox Boxxer Select RC 29"
    2,599 US$
    2,799 US$
    You save 200 US$
  • Neuron 7
    • -8%
    • Color: Forest Green
    Shimano DEORE XT M8100, FOX 34 Float Performance GRIP
    2,299 US$
    2,499 US$
    You save 200 US$
  • Torque 5 (Mullet)
    • Only available in L | XL
    • Color: Real Raw
    • Color: Turquoise
    Shimano Deore M6100, RockShox ZEB Select 29"
    2,499 US$
  • Grand Canyon 8
    • Only available in XL
    • Color: Brillant Black
    Shimano DEORE XT M8100, FOX 32 Rhythm GRIP
    1,349 US$

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What makes mountain bikes with aluminum frames so special

Gone are the days of lugging a heavy steel mountain bike around your favourite trails. State-of-the-art aluminum alloys give Canyon mountain bikes their unique riding characteristics.

Thanks to great expertise, high performance mountain bikes are created by welding, bending and hydroforming. The frames have thin walls and are lightweight. With every turn of the crank, aluminum frames have excellent rigidity for fast riding. In addition, they’re comfortable to ride.

Bikes like the Grand Canyon are designed to be durable and reliable mountain bikes for off-road adventures. Finely graded shifting, hydraulic disc brakes and robust wheels complete the setup. An MTB with an aluminum frame offers customers excellent value for money.

Carbon versus aluminum MTB

If you have a smaller budget, an aluminum mountain bike from Canyon is the right choice. A high quality aluminum mountain bike offers both beginners and advanced MTB riders impressive performance.

Carbon is a high-tech material that has a number of special features. The weight is not the decisive factor when deciding between an aluminum or carbon MTB. For years, our engineers have been working on solutions for light aluminum frames that are barely heavier than our carbon models.

In terms of riding comfort, a carbon frame absorbs more shocks on the trails creating a smoother ride experience. However, well-manufactured aluminum keeps up and makes aluminum mountain bikes experts on every terrain.

Hardtail or full-suspension: advantages and disadvantages

Before you buy an aluminum mountain bike, you are faced with a choice: full-suspension or hardtail?

  • Hardtail: Ein Hardtail mountain bike A hardtail mountain bike has a suspension fork on the front wheel. Hardtails are the archetype of mountain bikes. The rigid aluminum frame without rear suspension ensures that you bring maximum propulsion to the ground with every pedal stroke. With a solid rear triangle, no energy is wasted. Further advantages include how useful they are for everyday riding and the low maintenance costs.
  • Full-suspension: Ein Full-suspension mountain bikes have suspension in the fork and also in the rear triangle. Compared to a similarly equipped full-suspension bike, hardtails are lighter and cheaper. A full-suspension aluminum bike does however open up many more trails when you’re riding. You’ll have traction and comfort over much more technical terrain.

Full-suspension or hardtail: which is best for me?

If you’re looking for a light mountain bike that is suitable for everyday use, an aluminum hardtail mountain bike is a good choice. This also applies if you are out and about in moderate terrain or on paved forest and gravel trails. In this case, the built-in suspension fork offers excellent riding comfort. For fast descents, narrow trails and thrill in the bike park, a full-suspension mountain bike is the better choice.

What types of mountain bikes are there?

Canyon has the right MTB model for every purpose. From enduro and trail MTBs, to cross-country or downhill mountain bikes to electric mountain bikes with aluminum frames, no stone is left unturned. What’s the difference between all the bike types?

Enduro

Bikes like the Canyon Spectral 29 AL 6 are similar in concept to motocross bikes. They are ideal racing machines for everyone who likes to ride downhill a lot.

Trail

Trail MTBs are versatile all-rounders. They are available as hardtails and full-suspension bikes. They promise good power transmission when climbing and great riding on fun trails and fast descents.

Downhill

Jumps, drops and gaps – this is the world of downhill mountain bikes. Full-suspension bikes are adjusted to the extreme requirements thanks to their long travel and adapted frame geometry.

Cross Country

Cross-country hardtails are defined by their low weight, optimal power transmission and sporty seating position. They are multi-talented for everyday use and leisure. The full-suspension bikes are ideal for racing.

E-MTB

Do you enjoy nature and want to climb steep mountains? The built-in tailwin of an electric mountain bike makes this possible thanks to the powerful electric motor. The additional power supports you when pedalling. Don’t forget, you will still improve your fitness and strength while riding an E-MTB.

Buy an aluminum mountain bike online

Canyon has been following a groundbreaking philosophy for many years: we sell our bikes exclusively online directly to you the customer. You benefit from better value for money, faster communication and delivery straight to your front door.

Are you wondering which frame size is the right one? Enter your height and inside leg measurement when ordering. With our Perfect Positioning System, we find the right frame size for your bike. Your new hardtail or full-suspension MTB made of aluminum arrives 95% assembled. After a few simple steps, you’ll be convinced of the Canyon quality. A six year guarantee and 30 day returns policy provide you with an additional safety net.

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