Interactions with Canyon bikes on 99 Spokes over the last 30 days, adjusted for traffic volume by country.

Top Countries
  1. 🇩🇪 Germany
  2. 🇺🇸 United States
  3. 🇫🇮 Finland
  4. 🇳🇱 Netherlands
  5. 🇫🇷 France
  6. 🇵🇱 Poland
  7. 🇧🇪 Belgium
  8. 🇬🇧 United Kingdom
  9. 🇮🇹 Italy
  10. 🇨🇿 Czechia
Top Model Ranges
  1. Endurace 🇳🇱🇫🇷
  2. Grizl 🇩🇪🇺🇸
  3. Grail 🇫🇮
  4. Ultimate
  5. Neuron
  6. Spectral
  7. Aeroad
  8. Roadlite
  9. Grand Canyon
  10. Stoic
Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Which Canyon bikes are most popular?

The most popular Canyon model families are the Endurace, Grizl, and Grail.

Q: Does Canyon make eBikes?

Yes, Canyon manufactures both conventional bikes and e-bikes.

Recent Reviews
Our direct sales 2023 Electric Mountain Bike of the Year is the Canyon Spectral:On CF 9 - MBR

Alan MuldoonJun 2023

There aren’t many e-bikes designs that can boast the gen 3 tag, but because Canyon was in on the ground floor of e-bike development the Spectral:On is one such model – even if Canyon does not make a big deal about it. And oh my, but does its performance impress; so much so that it takes the crown of 2023 MBR Direct Sales Electric Mountain Bike of the Year. Need to know: Bigger pivot bearings and hardware combined with better sealing increased overly durability of the Spectral:On frame Standard battery delivers 720Wh, but the frame has capacity to for a 900Wh upgrade Wireless SRAM GX AXS shifting reduces cable clutter on the bike, but adds an extra charger Canyon pairs a 150mm travel Fox 36 fork with Float X shock and 155mm rear travel But before we get into the current round of revisions that have transformed the Spectral:On into the sleek e-bike we see today, let’s take a closer look at the non-negotiables. First and foremost the Spectral:On has always been billed as a trail bike, Canyon has the Torque:On if you want something bigger hitting. All three generations have rolled on MX wheels, and while tyres widths have changed a touch over the years, the concept has proved a sound one – fit a 29in wheel up front to enhance roll over, paired with a smaller 27.5in wheel on the rear to increase wheel strength and prevent the chainstays getting too long. And since its inception, Shimano Steps has been the motor supplier of choice, first E-8000 now EP8. The big change then is that Canyon now has a custom battery. The Spectral:On CF 9 ships with a 720Wh battery but has space inside the thin-from-the-side, fat-from-above, downtube to take the massive 900Wh unit that’s available after market for £1,084.95. We’ve ridden the CF 9 with both batteries, and it’s safe to say that YOU are more likely to run out of steam long before the 900Wh battery goes into the red. The weight difference in the batteries is 900g, and because the extra weight of the bigger battery sits right behind the headtube, if you swap between them you’ll also need to change the pressure in the Fox 36 fork to account for the increased weight. And the battery capacity isn’t the only difference, the full carbon frame is altogether burlier than before, with a focus on improved durability too. Canyon has also changed how you remove the battery. It now slides out of the bottom of the down tube, rather than having a door cut in the underside, like on the YT Decoy and Vitus E-Sommet. Credit where credit is due, this approach was pioneered by Specialized and it allows for a lighter frame construction. It’s one of the key reasons why the Spectral:On CF 9 weighs only 22.34kg, and that’s with a bottle cage fitted. Canyon has also eliminated the wired in power switch. Instead, there’s a soft rubber pad on the topside of the …Continue reading »

  • Dynamic handling

  • Brakes lack bite

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Canyon Roadlite:ON CF 9 LTD – A master of integration and designer piece

Julian SchwedeMay 2023

Das Canyon Roadlite:ON CF 9 LTD ist ein komplett durchdesigntes E-Bike mit FAZUA Ride 60-Motor. Wir haben getestet, ob es noch mehr als die cleane Optik beherrscht.

  • (almost) flawless integration

  • Battery can be charged on or off the bike

  • Next level in cockpit integration

  • Inconspicuously integrated trailer and mudguard mounts

  • Limited adjustability of handlebar and brake ergonomics

  • Lack of compliance

  • Skinny tires can get stuck between tram tracks

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Review: 2023 Canyon Neuron CF 9

Henry QuinneyMay 2023

The 66-degree head angle is slack enough, and will give the right feeling for people who probably have a more classic version of trail biking in mind, rather than riding more extreme trails on a lighter bike.

  • Fast, efficient climber with sharp handling

  • Good value, with plenty of spec options in Europe

  • Has a lot of balance for true trail riding

  • Some great frame features

  • Like a very, very capable XC bike

  • Suspension choices don't match up to the geometry

  • Not as capable as other trail bikes of the same travel

  • Developed creaks early on in the test period

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Revolution Mountain Bike Magazine
[R]eviewed // Canyon Spectral:On CF8

Blake NielsenMay 2023

Its not often we get to compare the latest release from a bike company with their previous model, especially when it comes to eBikes. Canyons Spectral:On CF8 has been [R] test rider Blake’s daily shredder when he rolls on battery power, a testament to the design and ability of the German manufacturer’s bike. So, it was only right to get Blake on the new model to really see whats changed over the last few years of MTB design… Reviewer // […]

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Upgraded Canyon Spectral:ON Brings Smart Canyon App, GPS Tracking & Security

May 2023

Canyon eMTB is back with 3 smart hidden upgrades to the popular Spectral:ON ebike that make it more capable, more fun to ride, and more safe & secure…

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EMTB Forums
What's app with the 2023 Canyon Spectral:ON refresh?

Knut NesMay 2023

Canyon just can't stop. Three new bikes last week weren’t enough, now they release another one. But is it really new? Look closer. Even closer... No? The new Spectral:ON has a longer fork! That's not much of an update. And I find it a bit...

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