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Quick service road racing bicycle

Having trust in the quality of your equipment is good, but it’s always best to be on the safe side and check important components at regular intervals even if your road bike is running perfectly.
As the adage goes, “Never change a running system”. This applies especially to the brakes and shift system. If these are working perfectly, then don’t adjust anything. You should, however, regularly check the following components.

Cockpit checks

1. Stem bolts: Use the Canyon Torque Wrench to check the torque of the bolts on the handlebar and fork Picture 1 steerer clamps Picture 2. The torque required is indicated on each component.

2. Headset play: A loose headset causes imprecise steering and banging noises. This will show you how to check the function of your headset easily: Lift your bike by the top tube until the front wheel is hanging in the air. Now give the handlebar a gentle shove with your free hand as shown. Picture 3 The front end of your bike must swing from side to side under its own weight. Now let the front wheel back down onto the ground. Press on the headset with your thumb and index finger and pull the front brake with your other hand. Now wiggle the bike back and forth and you will feel it immediately if there is any excess play in the headset. Picture 4

This is how you adjust a loose headset:

Stem & handlebar setups from other manufacturers

1. Slacken the grub screw (2mm Allen key. From model year 2011 Torx T6) on the i-Lock system. Picture 5 Slacken the bolts on the stem Picture 6

2. Press firmly down on the stem.
Now straighten the handlebar making sure it is bang in line with the front wheel. Picture 7 Now retighten the stem bolts to the required torque. Now all you need to do is retighten the grub screw on the i-Lock headset until you feel light resistance. Now check the headset again for excessive play.
When the i-Lock headset is correctly adjusted, there will be a slight gap between the two bearing cases. Picture 8


Canyon stem & handlebar setups

1. Slacken the rear bolts of the stem Picture 9

2. Press firmly down on the stem until the first mark on the right hand side on the ring is reached. Picture 10

3. Now retighten the stem bolts to the required torque.

4. Adjust the play of the headset Picture 11 until the mark in the middle is reached. Picture 12

Check further components

4. Quick-release check. Check both the front and rear quick releases. Tighten the quick-releases hand tight. The levers should point upwards when they are fully tight so that they don’t catch on things.

5. The seat post needs fresh carbon assembly paste from time to time so that it can slide easily inside the seat tube. However, it is important to clean both the seat post and tube thoroughly first. First remove the seat post and wash the paste off with a cloth. Then clean the inside of the seat tube. Try to get down as far into the tube as you can with a cloth. Picture 13 Now apply fresh carbon assembly paste to the seat post. If you have an alloy frame and seat post, use conventional assembly paste instead of carbon assembly paste.

6. If the chain rattles or is hesitant in shifting onto the next sprocket, then this is most probably caused by a slightly stretched shift cable. This often happens to road bikes after only a short period of use. You can, however, remedy the problem in just a few seconds by slightly adjusting the tensioning bolts which are (depending on the make of groupset and age of the bike) either fitted on the down tube or the front cable (front derailleur) Picture 14 Picture 15 or on the rear derailleur itself Picture 16. It’s often just the case of making a quarter of a turn and the derailleur will operate at 100% efficiency again. Warning: Only adjust the shift system when it is really necessary. If it isn’t broken, then don’t fix it!


7. Anyone who rides a lot on mountain passes will experience a high level of wear and tear on the brake blocks. The greater the wear on the brake blocks, the greater the travel on the brake levers will be. This can lead to a significant reduction in braking efficiency. You should therefore occasionally adjust the position of your brake blocks. This is quite easily done using the tensioning bolt on the brake caliper. Increase the cable tension by turning the tensioning bolt clockwise. Picture 17

8. In order to achieve maximum performance from your bike, the chain should always be kept clean and well lubricated. Clean your chain by pulling it through a clean cloth and then lubricate it. Ensure that every link gets sufficient lubrication. Let the oil briefly soak in and then remove excess oil with the cloth.

Ensure that all bolts and screws are tightened to the correct torque. The correct torque is indicated on the component itself, in the bike manual provided with your new bike, or here in the Technical Support Center.

A Canyon procura regulamente assegurar a qualidade e fiabilidade da informação constante no Centro de Apoio Técnico. Qualquer reparação ou ajuste levado a cabo na sua bicicleta é da sua inteira responsabilidade e risco. Caso tenha dúvidas na execução de alguma tarefa, deverá contactar uma pessoa qualificada para efetuar a reparação, dentro ou fora da Canyon. A Canyon não oferece qualquer garantia nem aceita qualquer responsabilidade sobre qualquer informação contida no Centro de Apoio Técnico.



Picture 1: Check the screws of the stem (front)

Picture 1: Check the screws of the stem (front)

Picture 2: Check the screws of the stem (rear)

Picture 2: Check the screws of the stem (rear)

Picture 3: Check the play of the headset

Picture 3: Check the play of the headset

Picture 4: Move the bike back and forth wheel to check the play

Picture 4: Move the bike back and forth wheel to check the play

Picture 5: Losen the i-Lock screw to adjust the position of the stem

Picture 5: Losen the i-Lock screw to adjust the position of the stem

Picture 6: Losen the rear screws of the headset

Picture 6: Losen the rear screws of the headset

Picture 7: Look from the rear of the bike to adjust the stem

Picture 7: Look from the rear of the bike to adjust the stem

Picture 8:  The bearing is adjusted correctly when there is a small gap between´the two i-Lock cups

Picture 8: The bearing is adjusted correctly when there is a small gap between´the two i-Lock cups

Picture 9: Slacken the rear bolts of the stem

Picture 9: Slacken the rear bolts of the stem

Picture 10: The mark on the right hand side on the ring is reached

Picture 10: The mark on the right hand side on the ring is reached

Picture 11: The mark in the middle is reached

Picture 11: The mark in the middle is reached

Picture 12: Adjusting of aheadset

Picture 12: Adjusting of aheadset

Picture 13: Clean the seat tube from inside

Picture 13: Clean the seat tube from inside

Picture 14: Adjust the screw attached to the cable casings if necessary (older models)

Picture 14: Adjust the screw attached to the cable casings if necessary (older models)

Picture 15: Adjusting screw for front derailleur (current Shimano models)

Picture 15: Adjusting screw for front derailleur (current Shimano models)

Picture 16: Adjust the gear by turning the screw

Picture 16: Adjust the gear by turning the screw

Picture 17: With these screws you can adjust the pressure point

Picture 17: With these screws you can adjust the pressure point

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