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NBD - Canyon Endurace

Old 08-04-22, 11:01 AM
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Originally Posted by TakingMyTime View Post
I believe it's been out for some time. I did see one in this color in their showroom and the color looks much better in person than in pictures.
I will not be trading in my matte electric blue 2020 Endurace for it, though. I've actually gotten compliments on it.
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Old 08-04-22, 11:08 AM
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Congrats and enjoy the ride! Been on Endurace since 2019 its a fantastic ride.
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Old 08-04-22, 02:38 PM
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Sweet bike. I love the color.
I'm surprised Canyon can't get GP5000's. It looks like they're readily available from online sources.
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Old 08-04-22, 02:49 PM
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Originally Posted by TakingMyTime View Post
Canyon Endurace CF SL 8 Di2 (what a mouthful) in Stealth Grey, size Medium

Only about 10 miles on it so I can't really speak to many of the features and ride quality other than it fits great and so far I'm very happy. Because of "supply chain" issues the Continental 5000 tires ended up be substituted with Goodyear F1 Tubeless (30mm) and at 80psi they feel like I'm riding in sand. I will be replacing them with some 25mm clinchers asap. One nice surprise was they threw in a 4iii NDS power meter. I like that it also acts as a Cadence Sensor so that I don't have to attach my Garmin sensor to the crank arm

I'm still trying to wrap my head around all this new technology. This is my first time with Di2 and Hydraulic brakes. Having 12 speeds is also pretty weird. There's just a lot to absorb.

The whole buying experience was great. I live near one of their warehouses and had it in 2 days. A few questions popped up during the assembly process but Canyon's online chat cleared those up right away.

Who rides 30mm tubeless at 80 psi?? I am at 60 for 28mm...

Edit: Lovely bike though! I have an older Endurace but this one is really sweet, I like the color too.

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Old 08-04-22, 02:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Sy Reene View Post
Maybe it sounds better in native German.. Google translate tells me it might be called Gelb Gefroren
Neh, that sounds even worse. I doubt that is what it is called in German, if they even offer it in Europe. The US market is quite different to the European one for Canyon. E.g. certain models they don't even sell in both, but just one.
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Old 08-04-22, 06:48 PM
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To the OP, what's your height/inseam that made you go medium size?

I'm considering this bike too however I'm inbetween size S and M. I'm 181cm with 81cm inseam.

Using Canyon's website sizing tool, if I put in 181/81, then it suggests M, if I however put in 181/80 inseam, then it suggests S. Which means I'm exactly borderline between size S and M!

Thanks!

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Old 08-04-22, 07:38 PM
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Originally Posted by CasualInSoCal View Post
To the OP, what's your height/inseam that made you go medium size?

I'm considering this bike too however I'm inbetween size S and M. I'm 181cm with 81cm inseam.

Using Canyon's website sizing tool, if I put in 181/81, then it suggests M, if I however put in 181/80 inseam, then it suggests S. Which means I'm exactly borderline between size S and M!

Thanks!
No, it means you are a medium since you don’t have a 80cm inseam. Right?
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