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- Spectral AL
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- Nerve AL
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- Grand Canyon CF 29
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- Grand Canyon AL 29
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It is advisable to make the following checks to your Canyon before going on your maiden ride.
The brakes on your Canyon are perhaps much more powerful brakes than those on your previous bike. Ensure that you do a braking test away from traffic. Slowly get used to the stopping distance of your new brakes.
Get used to, and practice operating your new shift system on traffic-free roads. Do not shift on the front and rear derailleurs simultaneously and take pressure off the pedals while shifting.
Stand over the top tube of your bike and check whether you have a distance of at least 2cm from your crotch to the top tube. Picture 1 If this isn’t the case, contact our hotline. The saddle should be adjusted in such a way so that on cross-country and marathon bikes you’ll just be about able to reach the pedal with your heel when it is in the lowest possible position. Check also that you can reach the ground with the tips of your shoes when you’re sitting in the saddle. In the case of all-mountain, enduro and freeride bikes the saddle is generally positioned lower down. In particular when you’re riding fast downhill it makes sense to ride with a lower saddle position.
Before the first ride with these pedals you will need to get used to clicking in and out with your shoes. Lean against a wall so you don’t keel over and adjust, if required, the tension on the pedal release system. Before making any adjustments, first read the instruction manual, which you’ll find in your Bikeguard.