Democratising performance: Canyon unveil new entry-level Endurace CF & AL
The all-new Endurace CF and updated Endurace AL are writing the next chapter in the Endurace story. Two bikes that underline Canyon’s commitment to democratise performance.
Upon its launch in 2014, the Endurace opened a new chapter for Canyon. Here was a bike that combined the acclaimed handling and performance of the German brand’s benchmark race models, combined with an endurance-optimised fit that made that performance more accessible to more people. The concept of more-give-but-still-plenty-of-go was a hit, the Endurace took its riders fast, far, and in supreme comfort.
Now, the all-new Endurace CF and updated Endurace AL are writing the next chapter in the Endurace story. Two bikes that underline Canyon’s commitment to democratise performance, taking the class-leading attributes of the Endurace CF SLX, adding updated features that meet the demands of the modern rider, and making the whole package more accessible than ever.
How do the new models get it done? Firstly, the Endurace CF and AL have the same Sport Geometry concept used by the flagship Endurace CF SLX – with a more relaxed riding position reducing the load on the rider’s back, shoulders, arms and hands, allowing them to maximise their performance out on the road by staying fresher for longer. All-road capability is a given, thanks to generous 35 mm tyre clearance. In terms of fit, the Endurace also caters to a huge spectrum of riders – with 8 distinct frame sizes covering everyone from 150 cm to well over 200 cm. What’s more, eyelets for mounting a bolt-on top tube pack give the rider clean, strapless, secure top tube storage at their fingertips.
The two-bike Endurace AL range starts with the Shimano Tiagra-equipped €1,399* Endurace 6, with the Endurace 7 coming in at €1,699*. There will be four Endurace CF models, starting at €1,999* for the entry-level Endurace CF 7 and rounding off with the Endurace CF 7 eTap, equipped with SRAM’s fully wireless SRAM Rival 2x12 shifting, wide-rim DT Swiss wheels, and 30 mm Continental Grand Prix 5000 S rubber. The new Endurace AL and CF will be available from Thursday 20 January 2022, exclusively at canyon.com.
* Eurozone pricing
About Canyon Bicycles
What started life in founder Roman Arnold’s garage as Radsport Arnold has evolved into one of the world’s leading manufacturers of road, mountain, triathlon, hybrid and kids’ bikes as well as modern e-bikes. Officially renamed in 2002, Canyon works hand-in-hand with the best athletes on the planet to produce an array of award-winning bikes that embody a pure passion for riding. With a strong reputation for true innovation, implementing leading technologies, clean and clear design as well as the highest standards in quality and service, Canyon continues to expand worldwide, selling more bikes outside of its native Germany than within since 2008. As a pioneering direct sales brand, Canyon products are exclusively available online at www.canyon.com.