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Does anyone have a canyon Endurace?

Old 09-09-20, 03:59 PM
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Does anyone have a canyon Endurace?

Hey guys, just bought a new canyon roadie that was marked down to 3999. Carbon frame alloy wheels shimano di2 groupset. Since it’s canyon couldn’t do the initial test ride. Does anyone here have these bikes? How do you like it? For reference I currently ride a hybrid trek dual sport 2.
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Old 09-09-20, 05:58 PM
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Fantastic bike
Your new Canyon will feel like a Hot Rod !
Gratz
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Old 09-09-20, 06:18 PM
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I have the Endurace with carbon frame, 105 components, and disc brakes. I got it about 5 weeks ago, and it feels great. It's definitely the lightest bike I've owned, handles well, and the fit feels great. It took me a couple of rides to dial in my saddle height, but the index marks on the seat post really made it easy to fine-tune.
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Old 09-09-20, 07:40 PM
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I have the Ultimate CF SL which is a very similar frame with slightly lower gearing and I have absolutely no complaints. Set up was easy, support is friendly when you need it, and while I don't have too much experience with other road bikes, I do really like my Ultimate and I would definitely consider Canyon again if I were getting another bike.
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Old 09-09-20, 07:54 PM
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I just bought a Canyon Grail a month ago and am pretty satisfied with the experience.




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I bought a Canyon Endurace CF SLX February 2018. As of today I biked 18,706 miles. This is my primary bike. The bike rides great with Continental GatorHardshell 700x28 tires. I air the tires to 90 psi to help the ride. Putting the bike together was easy. I did call support because I thought there were 2 wheel release levers but learned the rear one snapped off to use on the front wheel. This bike has Ultegra 8000 components with Raleigh Assualt carbon wheels. I love the aero handlebars. The object below the handlebars is a GoPro frame.
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Old 09-10-20, 01:46 AM
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Yep I have a Canyon Endurace CF 9.0 Di2. Got it in 2017 and it's been superb, best bang for buck at the time for sure. Only drawback was buying it sight unseen online but it all turned out good.
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Well guys thanks for the input, my canyon will be here Tuesday. I think the deciding factor for the purchase was the blue frame (horrible priorities). Looking forward to it!
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Originally Posted by ozzyski View Post
Well guys thanks for the input, my canyon will be here Tuesday. I think the deciding factor for the purchase was the blue frame (horrible priorities). Looking forward to it!
I might be a little late to the party but you will love the Endurace. I have a 2019 CF SL 7.0 in Hellfire red and it's an amazing bike...fast, comfortable, responsive. Canyon support has been great too but I've only had to deal with them for questions and ordering a few parts (integrated cockpit and spacers).
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Originally Posted by ozzyski View Post
Well guys thanks for the input, my canyon will be here Tuesday. I think the deciding factor for the purchase was the blue frame (horrible priorities). Looking forward to it!
Good choice! I got a CF SL 7.0 two months ago, and I love it! I keep scoring Strava PRs on roads I've been riding for years.
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I just bought a Canyon Grail a month ago and am pretty satisfied with the experience.




That's a pretty unique stem set up. I'd like to see how that works.
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Unbelievable bike. Got the AXS version. Loved it and the company. It was my first bike from them. I ended up returning the bike at 3 weeks (no questions asked and refund in my account within a week) as I'm sticking with a gravel set-up as one bike. My next bikes will be from Canyon.
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I bought an Endurace CF SL 8.0 Disc with Ultegra (mechanical) and love it. Almost 4500 miles on it so far. Zero complaints. Great fit.
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Originally Posted by nomadmax View Post
That's a pretty unique stem set up. I'd like to see how that works.
That's their Hoverbar system: https://www.velonews.com/gear/road-g...ual-hover-bar/

It's designed to add some suspension into the cockpit to make the ride more comfortable. It's become a signature feature on their gravel bikes, but I don't think I could buy into proprietary parts like that. That said, I would definitely be interested in a test ride.
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Originally Posted by ozzyski View Post
Well guys thanks for the input, my canyon will be here Tuesday. I think the deciding factor for the purchase was the blue frame (horrible priorities). Looking forward to it!
Excellent priority. I'd never buy a bike I didn't like the looks of.
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Originally Posted by BoraxKid View Post
That's their Hoverbar system: https://www.velonews.com/gear/road-g...ual-hover-bar/

It's designed to add some suspension into the cockpit to make the ride more comfortable. It's become a signature feature on their gravel bikes, but I don't think I could buy into proprietary parts like that. That said, I would definitely be interested in a test ride.
Thank you for that. Wow, it certainly looks cool but I only recently got a bike with a threadless fork and stem. That set up is a bridge too far for me.
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