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Canyon Pathlite Unboxing & Build
Canyon Pathlite Unboxing & Build
Canyon Pathlite Unboxing & Build
Canyon Pathlite Unboxing & Build

Unbox the bike

Just open the box and remove the tools, parts, and bike frame. Our expert mechanic shows you how.
Canyon Pathlite Unboxing & Build
Canyon Pathlite Unboxing & Build
Canyon Pathlite Unboxing & Build
Canyon Pathlite Unboxing & Build

Adjust brake reach

You can adjust the distance you need to reach to access the brake levers. Just turn the brake adjustment screw.
Canyon Pathlite Unboxing & Build
Canyon Pathlite Unboxing & Build
Canyon Pathlite Unboxing & Build
Canyon Pathlite Unboxing & Build

Adjust handlebar height

The Pathlite features handlebar height adjustment using spacers. This video explains how it works.

Remove the handlebar, remove whichever spacers you need to get the right height, then replace the spacers above the and refit the handlebar.
Canyon Pathlite Unboxing & Build
Canyon Pathlite Unboxing & Build
Canyon Pathlite Unboxing & Build
Canyon Pathlite Unboxing & Build

Adjust saddle height

Just loosen the saddle clamp, move the saddle up or down, and re-tighten the clamp.

Make sure to follow the saddle height limit markings on the seatpost before you re-tighten it.
Canyon Pathlite Unboxing & Build
Canyon Pathlite Unboxing & Build
Canyon Pathlite Unboxing & Build
Canyon Pathlite Unboxing & Build

Adjust suspension pressure

The Pathlite comes with an air-sprung fork that you have to pump up before riding.

You can use the shock pump provided in the Bike Guard box with your bike.

For the recommended pressure, refer to your suspension fork’s manual.
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Disclaimer of Liability
Canyon consistently strives to ensure the quality and accuracy of the information contained in this Technical Support Center. Any repairs or adjustments which you carry out on your bike are entirely at your own risk. If you are in any doubt what to do, you should send your bike to Canyon or take it to another qualified specialist. Canyon gives no guarantee or accepts no liability for any of the information contained in this Technical Support Center.
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