It’s all well and good to tell ourselves it’s the rider, not the bike that makes the difference in the end. But there’s still no denying that tucking into a seriously aero bike on an open road will give you a palpable advantage over your mates on their round-tubed bikes. And let’s face it, that’s all that counts. No one is going to buy a tri bike to race against him or herself alone. We want a Speedmax CF 7.0 so we can crush our competition. The frame has received the same attention to detail that the more expensive versions of the Speedmax CF have had. The tube shapes have benefited from advancements made with the CF SLX and have the Tirdent profile that has a rounded face to the wind with a chopped-off tail. The Speedmax CF also has the benefit of the Canyon Energy Box tucked neatly behind the stem so that you can store and access your gel packs and other nutrition needs easily and without losing your flow on the bike mid-race. Using Shimano 105 components with 52/36 chainrings in the front, and the 11-speed 11-28 gearing in the rear will help you hammer the flats when you need to distance a competitor, but will also give you the smaller gears to power over climbs without getting out of your aero position. Mavic Cosmic Elite UST wheels, equipped on this tri bike, provide an aero advantage with the 30mm depth, but are still durable enough that you won’t have to worry if you need to use them as training wheels as well. With a Speedmax CF 7.0, you’ll quickly discover that you can be comfy and aggressive in training and racing.
Subject to technical modification without notice. Errors and omissions excepted.
||Saddle Height (mm)||670-790
||Head tube angle||72,5°
||Seat tube angle||80,5|
||Arm Pad Stack||553-640*
||Arm Pad Reach||430-455**
Note: Arm Pad Stack height can be widely adjusted with the spacer set provided (1x25 mm headset spacer, up to 62 mm adjustment for each pad)
Arm Pad reach is also variable by adjusting the Profile Arm Pads to the desired position
BIKE CLASSIFICATION: Bikes of this category are designed for riding on hard-surface roads where the wheels remain impermanent contact to the ground. These are in general road-racing bicycles with racing handlebars or straight handlebars, triathlon or time trial bicycles. The permissible maximum overall weight comprising rider, luggage and bicycle should not exceed 120 kg. Under certain circumstances, this permissible maximum weight can be further limited by the component manufacturers’ recommendations for use. Proven cyclocross bikes with racing handlebars and cantilever or disc brakes are a special case in this category. In addition, these bikes are also suitable for gravel paths and off-road trails where a short loss of tire contact with the ground due to small stairs or steps at a height of 15 to 20 cm can occur.
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