News & Stories

  • New Canyon Sender CFR & Ultimate CFR

    Introducing CFR – the next level at Canyon


  • Is e-gravel right for me?

    Imagine all the fun and versatility of a gravel bike with the ability to go faster at the push of a button.


  • Grail:ON CF

    Electrified escape – Canyon launch Grail:ON e-gravel bike


  • Pathlite vs. Roadlite

    Looking for a new all-purpose bike but can’t decide between the Pathlite and the Roadlite? There are a few important differences which we highlight in this overview.


  • Celebrating World Bicycle Day: Tell Us Why You Ride!

    World Bicycle Day is all about celebrating the uniqueness, longevity, and versatility of the bicycle. And it’s true. Our reasons for riding are as varied as the bikes we ride. So this year, we’re celebrating by showing you why we ride – and we’d love you to join the party, too.


  • 5 Tips for Social Distanced Riding

    Stay safe when riding alone—follow these key steps from ultra-endurance athlete Jeff Kerkove of Team Topeak-Ergon, winner of the 400-mile 2020 Stagecoach 400 MTB race on the Canyon Exceed in 40 hours, 42 minutes.


  • The Legend of Tommy G

    Rumours are spreading. About a mountain biker with incredible abilities. They say he’s broken the sound barrier. That he can ride on water. And that’s just the start…


  • Endurance road bikes – the perfect choice for comfort as well as performance

    Endurance road bikes are the rider’s choice for long mile-crunching road rides, comfortable after hours in the saddle and with increased versatility for all road surfaces.


  • Canyon Events

    In these days the world comes to rest. As cyclists, we all know: Our legs will tingle. Many things are not as we have wished and imagined. But we also know that resting is important. And in the current situation, nothing is more important than health. Yours. Ours. Everyone's health. That's why we are taking a break.


  • Canyon launches new worldwide MTB community – The Collective

    It doesn’t matter if you’re a trail shredder, downhill racer, or dirt rider. The only thing that matters is that you're all-in. That’s all you need to join our worldwide community – the Canyon Collective. This is where MTB fans and pros from around the world unite to support and inspire one another.


  • Tahnée and Kaos Team Up with Canyon

    For the 2020 season, we’re excited to welcome two of the world’s fastest downhill racers to the Canyon family. This year the Welsh duo of Tahnée and Kaos Seagrave will step up to starting lines all across the globe ready to race on the Canyon Sender.


  • Breaking News: Canyon and Fabio Wibmer Join Forces

    Big news from the Canyon headquarter: For trials and mountain bike professional Fabio Wibmer, 2020 marks the beginning of a new era. With three brand-new Canyon bikes, “The Whipmer” found something very special under his Christmas tree, as these rides will be his first choice for even more breathtaking bike action and video shoots to come.


  • Canyon continues its partnership with Alpecin-Fenix (Corendon-Circus)

    A name change for 2020 but still a collaboration with Canyon Bicycles. Alpecin-Fenix is the new name of the multidisciplinary team led by brothers Philip and Christoph Roodhooft, featuring Mathieu Van Der Poel and competing with a UCI Pro Continental license.


  • Calling all roadies: add gravel to your winter routine with these bikes.

    Are you a roadie looking for a new riding fix this winter? There’s no better way to round out your drop-bar riding routine than adding gravel into the mix. We’re here to help you find the bike you need.


  • Rampage 2019: showdown in the Utah desert

    Red Bull Rampage in Virgin, Utah, is the final stop in the 2019 FMB World Tour calendar – and it’s also the most prestigious freeride event of the year. Only the world’s very finest riders are invited.


  • Island Bound

    The 2019 Hawaii Ironman World Championship is almost here. And from a huge Canyon contingent in the pro field, to tons going on for Canyon age groupers and fans, we’re convinced 2019 will be another big year for Canyon.

    9/11/19 Canyon USA

  • CANYON//SRAM at Colorado Classic

    CANYON//SRAM Leads Progressive Charge in Women’s Road Racing at Colorado Classic

    8/16/19 Canyon USA

  • Lionel Sanders – ready for Ironman Mont-Tremblant

    An injury sustained in spring put Lionel Sanders out for two months. Now, Ironman Mont-Tremblant is his last shot at qualification for the World Championships in Kona. He’ll be using his Speedmax to help get the job done.


  • What’s In Your Burrito Bag? Canyon Athletes Share Race-Day Setup

    The Aug. 18 debut of SBT GRVL presents different race-day fuel and tool storage strategies. From pros to amateurs, we look at how to set up for a killer day on gravel. And from a bike giveaway to autograph sessions, get a look at what we have going on in Steamboat Springs!

    8/13/19 Canyon USA

  • Canyon Shred City Descends on Crankworx Whistler

    The biggest two-wheeled party is about to land, and Canyon will be there to ride and party with you! Between Canyon demo opportunities, autograph sessions with Canyon riders, an incredible bike giveaway, chances to ride with the Canyon Factory Racing pros, barbeques and beverages, Canyon will be out in full force!

    7/31/19 Canyon USA

  • Win a Canyon Spectral AL 6.0!

    Supporting Local Stoke: Canyon supports Braydon Bringhurst's mission to build trails with a Canyon Spectral Giveaway.

    7/30/19 Canyon USA

  • Planning makes perfect

    The Rapha Women’s 100 is fast approaching, so there’s no better time to start your training. To make sure you’re ready for the 14th September, we’ve worked with Canyon//SRAM’s performance director Lars Teutenberg on a training plan that’ll help kick start your preparations. Scroll down to have a look at the training schedule!


  • Meet Anna Newkirk

    Meet Anna Newkirk, an exciting young athlete who competes for the Canyon SRAM Young Guns team.


  • Saving seconds with new tech

    3 Kona starts, 2 wins, 1 course record: good, but not good enough. Ironman World Champion Patrick Lange and Canyon are pushing for more, working together in the wind tunnel and on the road to squeeze every last watt out of rider and bike. And they are using a revolutionary new measuring technology developed by Swiss Side to get the job done.


  • Women to women: why I ride

    Getting women out to enjoy the health and social benefits of cycling has historically been one of the biggest challenges in cycling. But what really are the barriers women face… and how do we break them down?

    5/13/19 Canyon USA

  • Dust and Waffles: the Belgian Waffle Ride

    Michael Marckx stood still, surrounded by tall grass at Modest Mule, one of areas he named over a massive expanse of North County San Diego. A flat, open field 200 yards long and wide, Modest Mule offered a clear shot of the hills, Typically open with dirt on either side and frequented by mule deer, coyotes and rattlesnakes, the singletrack was beset by the tall grasses that recalled open wheat fields of Europe.

    5/6/19 Canyon USA

  • Breakfast with Tiffany Cromwell from Canyon SRAM Racing

    Breakfast is probably my favourite time of the day – well at least my favourite meal of the day, that’s for sure.


  • Lionel Vujasin

    “I just ride – I enjoy every minute, and try to suffer as much as possible.” Lionel Vujasin, Belgium’s new Zwift National Champion, is pushing big watts in the virtual world of Watopia. Recently, we caught up with him at the Café at Canyon.Home to learn more about his recent racing successes, and his thoughts on a range of e-racing topics.