Canyon Gravel Bikes

Gravel Bikes

For racing, adventure, or getting around:
gravel bikes cover road-bike distances off-road.

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Canyon Grail

Control, confidence, precision

Jump aboard Canyon gravel bikes with new GRX 12-speed Di2. Semi-wireless and best-in-class ergonomics. Race-ready reliability.
Canyon Grizl Trail

Grizl Trail

Our most progressive gravel bike. With 30 mm front suspension for extra comfort, control, and grip. It's time to give gravel some travel.
Canyon Gravel Gear

Gravel Gear

Discover gravel specific kit designed to make every off-road adventure truly epic.
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Shimano GRX RX822 12s, DT Swiss G1800 Spline
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    Shimano GRX RX822 12s, DT Swiss G1800 Spline
    2,429 US$
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    Shimano GRX RX820, DT Swiss Gravel LN
    2,299 US$
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    SRAM Apex, DT Swiss Gravel LN
    1,599 US$
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    Campagnolo Ekar, 13-speed, DT Swiss G1800 Spline
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    Shimano Sora R3000 GS, Rodi Cyclone DB
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    Shimano GRX RX822 12s, DT Swiss G1800 Spline
    2,799 US$
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    Shimano GRX RX822 12s, DT Swiss Gravel LN
    1,899 US$
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    Shimano GRX RX822 12s, DT Swiss G1800 Spline
    2,799 US$
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What is a gravel bike?

A gravel bike allows you to ride on paved roads and dirt tracks. At first glance, the bike looks like a road bike. However, its wide tyres, frame geometry and components are adapted to gravel roads and forest paths. The Gravel Bike offers more comfort than a cyclocross bike and is almost as agile as a road bike. This makes it suitable for extended bikepacking adventures or weekend rides.

The advantages of a gravel bike

There are so many advantages to gravel bikes, so we’ll discuss just a few. As a cross between a road bike, mountain bike and cyclocross bike, gravel bikes are incredibly capable across rough terrain and smooth roads.

How is a gravel bike different from a road bike?

There are many similarities between a road bike and a gravel bike such as the shape of the frame and drop bars. Unlike a road bike, you are not bound to roads or paved cycle paths. Gravel bikes are some kind of adventure road bike. See a bridleway? Find out where it leads to. Like the look of that forest path? Go on - gravel adventure awaits!

Depending on the accessories, the Gravel Bike can be used as an everyday bike or for specific cycling trips. You can mount custom-fit mudguards at the mounting points to protect you from splashing water and dirt. The frame geometry of Gravel Bikes is more versatile than our competition-orientated cyclocross bikes ensuring a comfortable ride.

Are gravel bikes similar to mountain bikes?

Like mountain bikes, gravel bikes also feature wide, comfortable tyres, high-quality hydraulic disc brakes and a good range of gears for all terrain. Combined with a more upright riding position, you’ll have maximum control and stability off-road while maintaining speed on the tarmac.

Maximum power with an e-gravel bike

An e-gravel bike allows you to ride longer distances and faster speeds with less effort. Gravel bikes with electric motors offer you a dynamic riding experience and powerful support on demanding terrain.

Gravel bikes from Canyon

Canyon offers you an excellent selection of gravel bikes. The aluminium or carbon bikes have high-quality components. The groupsets are available in mechanical or electronic versions. On our Grizl, you have the option of a suspension fork.

The Canyon Grail is available with the innovative double-decker handlebar that dampens vibrations. With off-road bikes you’re safe with disc brakes. Our Grizl vs. Grail article outlines the pros and cons of both bikes so you can find the perfect gravel grinder for you.

What kind of terrain is good for Gravel Bikes?

All-Road: For fast rides on the road and on easy forest tracks. Treat yourself to an off-road excursion on your after-work ride.

Discover the Endurace

Fine gravel: Low weight, optimal aerodynamics and treaded tyres. Get playful on some more exciting gravel tracks.

Discover the Grail

Coarse gravel: No challenge is too big. Conquer tracks that are considered unrideable. Explore forest and wilderness without sacrificing speed.

Discover the Grizl

Bikepacking: Enjoy your freedom on extended multi-day rides. You, your bike and your bags without a care in the world. Discover our Gravel Bikes

Buy Gravel Bikes online

We offer you outstanding value for money when you buy online. Use the Perfect Positioning System (PPS) to find the right size for your frame. Once you have found your dream bike, we will deliver it directly to your home and advise you on the final assembly. Your new gravel bike is ready to ride in just a few quick steps. Guarantee and customer-friendly return conditions as well as flexible payment options round off the online purchase.

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