Strive CFR Frameset

Strive CFR Frameset
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Highlights

Whether you’re gearing up for the Enduro season or just want to tear up your local trails, with the Shapeshifter-equipped Strive CFR frameset you get the ideal base to build your new dream bike. The full-carbon frame of the Strive CFR was tested to its limits and rated to our bombproof Category 4. Equipped with the special Shapeshifter technology, you can alter the bike’s geometry on the fly, seamlessly switching from the slacker angles and longer travel of DH mode to the higher bottom bracket and firmer linkage of XC mode.

COMPONENTS

  • Frame Canyon STRIVE CFR
  • Headset Canyon | Acros
  • Seat post Fox Performance Transfer Post
  • Frame sizes S, M, L, XL
  • color team
  • weight 3,8 kg (size M)
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  • included in delivery
  • Frame protection Canyon Frame protection

Specifications are subject to change without notice.

Tools needed for assembly and adjustment:
Torque Wrench with Hex inserts 3,4,5,6 and Torx T25 (included in box)
Air pump for tires (not included in box)
Suspension pump (included in box, Mountainbikes only)
open-end wrench, Phillips screwdriver (included in box, specific Urban bikes only)
Carbon assembly paste (included in box, carbon parts only)

Geometry

Geometry
Frame size S M L XL
A
Saddle Height (mm) 654-800
695-841
731-896
777-942
B
Seat tube length 400
440
455
500
C
Top tube length 600,5
627
660
695
D
Head tube length 95
100
110
130
E
Head tube angle 66-67,5
F
Seat tube angle 73,5-75
G
Chainstay length 435
H
Wheel base 1169
1196
1230
1268
I
Stack 626
631
640
658
J
Reach 415
440
470
500
K
Stand-over height 785
786
789
800
L
Bottom bracket Offset 36

Spacer 15

Stem length 40
40
50
50

Handlebar width 780

Crank length 165

Seat post diameter 30,9

Seat post length 440
440
480
480

Wheel size 29

Front fork travel 170

Rear shock travel 150

BIKE CLASSIFICATION: This category includes all bikes from categories 1-3. In addition it includes use on very harsh, obstacle-scattered terrain with steep gradients and consequently higher speeds. Regular, moderate jumps pose no problem for experienced riders when using these bikes. Extended and regular use in bike parks and when tackling “North Shore” sections should be avoided. Due to increased stresses, these bikes should be checked for damage after every ride. Full suspension bikes with mid-level travel are typical in this category.

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