1/19/22 Canyon
1/19/22 Canyon

New Carbon and Aluminum Endurace Models Coming Late Summer

The all-new Endurace CF and AL have launched and will be arriving in the United States late this coming summer. Sign up below to get updates on the new Endurace models—including notifications of when the new bikes arrive. And read on for more details on the new Endurace.

New Carbon and Aluminum Endurace Models Coming Late Summer
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The Refined Road Bike Gets Rowdier

The Endurace has been a hit with all-road riders due to its ability to fit 33 mm tires, which smooth out poorly paved asphalt and light gravel roads alike. In 2022, the new Endurace gets even more tire clearance (room enough for 35 mm tires), and comes equipped with top-tube braze ons for a frame bag (a la our popular Grizl gravel bike.) Now you can stow essential food and gear for the longest of rides— no straps required.

The Endurace CF and AL models have been redesigned for 2022. The Endurace platform has been redesigned for 2022.

Don’t feel like waiting till Spring to get on an Endurace? You don’t have to—we have plenty of 2021 Endurace CF and AL models in stock—all of which deliver the same unrivaled blend of comfort and speed that has earned the Endurace countless awards and group test wins.

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