All , , , , , and bikes for all model years are now approved for turbo trainer usage without voiding your warranty.

Read on to find out what kind of turbo trainers you can use and how you should use them – and also to get information on what to do if you own a different Canyon bike model.

If you have an approved bike

If you have an approved bike, there are only two conditions:

  • the trainer must clamp on to the bike's rear axle (not to the frame)
  • required accessories made available by the trainer's manufacturer (such as special axles) must be used

If you fulfill these, using the turbo trainer does not void your warranty.

For other bike models

Other Canyon bikes are neither designed nor officially approved to be used with turbo trainers. However, in our experience, all models can handle stationary training.

Nevertheless, we do not conduct long-term turbo trainer testing on other bikes. So, for this reason, we cannot officially cover turbo trainer usage in the warranty for these bikes.

On the off-chance that your Canyon bike sustains any damage, our crash replacement program is an affordable option that covers damage caused by turbo trainer usage.

What about riding the rollers?

You can ride free rollers that can be adjusted to the wheelbase of your Canyon bike without affecting your warranty.

Disclaimer of Liability
Canyon consistently strives to ensure the quality and accuracy of the information contained in this Technical Support Centre. Any repairs or adjustments which you carry out on your bike are entirely at your own risk. If you are in any doubt what to do, you should send your bike to Canyon or take it to another qualified specialist. Canyon gives no guarantee or accepts no liability for any of the information contained in this Technical Support Centre.
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