Latest on Canyon's road, time trial and mountain bikes
Selling direct-to-consumer, Canyon is generally known for producing bikes that offer great value for money.
Canyon has a range that covers all areas of cycling, so there’s something for everyone. If you’re in the market for something new and exciting, this is where you’ll find all the latest news and reviews for Canyon.
Canyon Bikes History
Canyon was founded in 1985 by brothers Roman and Franc Arnold. In the late 1990s, the brand embraced a direct-to-consumer model, selling bikes on the internet, bypassing bike shops and cutting out the middleman.
2019 Canyon Bikes range
Here’s a brief overview of its many ranges, but check out our reviews for more details.
2019 Canyon Road Bikes
For road cyclists there are three different frames available; the endurance-focused Endurace, the aero-optimised Aeroad and an all-round-racer called the Ultimate. There are now disc brake versions of all these bikes. There’s also a cyclocross platform called InFlite and the incredibly polarising Grail gravel bike.
2019 Canyon mountain bikes
For mountain bikers, there’s a wide range available: for the lycra-clad racers, you’ve got an alloy hardtail called the Grand Canyon, the Exceed, a carbon XC-focused hardtail and the Lux, a full-sus XC bike.
Other Canyon bikes for 2019
For triathletes and time trialists, there’s the Speedmax — a bike ridden to back-to-back wins at the Ironman World Champs in Hawaii by Canyon athlete Jan Frodeno in 2015 and 2016. It’s also the the current choice of four-time world champion Tony Martin.
Where can you buy Canyon bikes?
You can’t buy Canyon bikes from a bike shop, only via the Canyon website, or by visiting them in Koblenz.
Canyon sells to a number of countries across Europe, the Middle East, Australasia, the US and Central/South America.
Canyon bike reviews
For all of our Canyon bikes reviews and news, browse the articles below.