Touring bikes: explore easy
What is a touring bike?
Touring bikes are ideal for leisurely riding on mixed-terrain surfaces. With an upright ride position for all-day comfort. Wide tyres for plenty grip. And suspension forks for off-road stability.
Do I need an E-touring bike?
If you need extra support E-touring bikes make big journeys even easier. With 3 main advantages:
1: Powerful motors for effortless pedalling.
2: More comfort features.
3: More storage options.
Canyon makes it easy
Buying a bike online is easy. Thanks to flexible payment options. Safe contact-free delivery. And bike shipping to your door 95% pre-assembled.
30 day ride and return
Test out your bike. If you don't like it return it. As long as there are no signs of wear beyond dust on the tyres returns are free.
Flexible easy ways to pay
To make paying for your order as simple and flexible as possible we support multiple payment methods. You can choose at the end of the checkout process.
Bikes delivered 80% assembled
In most cases all you need to build a Canyon bike is install the wheel and straighten the bars. We provide video support and all the tools to get you riding in an hour.
Get the right size. Guaranteed.
Not sure about your size? Well we are thanks to our Perfect Positioning System (PPS). And if the bike feels wrong? We’ll take it back within 30 days.
Touring articles & stories
From packing guides to travel advice. Get all the latest insights into the world of bike touring.
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Oct 13, 2020 Canyon.com
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