Is the canyon Aeroad any good?

Rather like its predecessor, it remains a contender for our guide to the best aero road bikes, but with a few minor adjustments, it will comfortably meet the 6.8kg weight limit for those who find it actually matters – as proven by Valverde’s choice to ride it for every stage of the 2020 Tour de France.

What is the difference between Canyon CF SL and SLX?

CF SL vs. CF SLX. Much like the Ultimate and Endurace models, Canyon has kept the same frame design as the Aeroad CF SLX, albeit with a slightly less sophisticated carbon layer-up process to bring the price down. This means the SL is about 100g heavier than the SLX for each given size.

Can I fit 28mm Tyres on the canyon Aeroad?

5 things We Love About The Canyon Aeroad CF SLX Disc 9.0 Di2 62mm DT Swiss rims are fast enough for racing and strong enough for daily riding. The frame allows for comfortable clearance for 28mm tires and some 30’s, depending on rim shape.

Are Canyon bikes made by Giant?

Giant makes Canyon. A fact. Source: The biggest importer of Giant in S/E Asia get to walk inside a Giant factory and see racks of Canyon Aeroad frame fresh out of molds ready to be painted.

Is Aeroad comfortable?

The new Aeroad CFR Disc Di2 is an impressive machine and exceeds the ‘old’ Aeroad in every aspect. It’s rapid and is pleasingly comfortable for such an aero focussed race bike.

How much does a canyon Aeroad cost?

Available to purchase on Canyon’s website now, prices start at £3,399 / €3,299 / $3,349 for the most affordable CF SL build and rise to £9,299 / €8,999 / $9,099 for the most expensive CFR build.

Is Canyon sizing accurate?

Their fitting tool seems very accurate, assuming you can measure yourself properly. Interestingly, their fitting tool suggests an xs but going by the height ranges they give for the different sizes, I’m definitely a small!

Are Canyon bikes made in Germany?

Canyon Bicycles GmbH (abbr.: Canyon) is a German manufacturer of road bikes, mountain bikes, hybrid bikes, triathlon bikes and e-bikes based in Koblenz, Germany.

How fast is the Canyon Aeroad?

As a complete bike with two bottles and a rider, Canyon claims the new Aeroad is an average of 5.4 watts more aerodynamically efficient at 45kph than the old Aeroad CF SLX, across a range of yaw angles from -20 to +20 degrees.

Is Canyon bike made in Germany?

Are Canyon frames made in China?

The frame manufacturing operations for the Canyon bikes are in Taiwan. Taiwan is an Asian country just below China on the map with high-quality manufacturing. Canyon’s frames are all made in Taiwan, which is where they are assembled before being shipped to various bike shops and retail locations around the world.

When did Canyon aeroad CF SLX come out?

Just prior to the 2014 Tour de France, Canyon introduced the updated Aeroad CF SLX that featured a significant redesign in tube shapes and integration that claims impressive increases in stiffness and aerodynamics. Canyon says the Aeroad CF SLX is a direct descendant of Canyon’s Speedmax CF time-trial bike.

How much does Canyon aeroad SLX disc 9.0 cost?

Our review bike aside, you can get the Aeroad CF SLX Disc 9.0 SL with SRAM Red eTap AXS in Katusha colors for $8,500. Stepping down to the Aeroad CF SL Disc 8.0 Di2 ($5,000) gets you a slightly heavier frame built with a Shimano Ultegra Di2 drivetrain, hydraulic disc brakes, but the same DT Swiss ARC 1100 wheels as the Aeroad 9.0 models .

What are the different levels of Canyon aeroad?

Aero is, of course, still the name of the game, but instead of prioritizing between aerodynamics, weight or compliance, this time around Canyon was actually able to provide all three in a unique way. The new Aeroad is available in three different levels—the CF SL, CF SLX or the high-end CFR tested here.

Is the aeroad CF SLX disc 9.0 Di2 a racing bike?

The Aeroad CF SLX Disc 9.0 Di2 is one of those bikes that just. feels. fast. Most high end carbon road racing bikes are very stiff around the bottom bracket for an efficient feel, and that’s true of this Aeroad. What isn’t as common, especially among aero road bikes, is a front end that’s equally stiff.