6/2/21 Canyon.com

Canyon Italia at Dolomiti Superbike

6/2/21 Canyon.com

Come and visit us at the Südtirol Dolomiti Superbike to discover the latest news, admire the bikes of our best athletes and test our MTBs and E-MTBs.

Canyon Italia at Dolomiti Superbike Canyon Italia at Dolomiti Superbike // © Dolomiti Superbike

From 8th to 10th July we look forward to seeing you at the Canyon booth at the Von Kurz square in Villabassa (BZ) at the 26th edition of the Südtirol Dolomiti Superbike.

The Canyon Crew will be at your disposal to offer you the best advice and the right setting for your bike test*.

Check out our schedule for the event below!

Thursday 8 July

16:00: Start of the Festival! You can find us at the Expo & Tech Area in Von Kurz square in Villabassa
18:00: Closure Expo & Tech Area

Book for Thursday

Friday 9th July

09:00: Our MTBs and eMTBs are ready to be tested on the race trails. We are waiting for you at the Canyon booth for your bike test.
19:00: Closure Expo & Tech Area

Book for Friday

Saturday 10th July

09:00: Opening Expo & Tech Area - the last day to put yourself to the test on our Canyon MTBs and EMTBs.
16:00: Winners Award Ceremony
19:00: Closure Expo & Tech Area

*Please note that access to the Expo & Tech Area is restricted to those who are vaccinated, those who can prove they have passed Covid-19 or show a negative swab performed within the last 72 hours.

Book for Saturday


Take a closer look at just a few of the bikes you'll be able to test ride at Dolomiti Superbike this year.

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