2021 Canyon Spectral CF 7 WMN

A 27.5″ carbon frame full suspension trail bike with high-end components.

2021 Canyon Spectral CF 7 WMN
Spec Level
Weight30.4 lbs
Travel140mm rear, 150mm front
ForkRockShox Pike Select
Wheels27.5″ Aluminum
Drivetrain1 × 12
GroupsetNX Eagle, Truvativ Descendant
BrakesHydraulic Disc
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1 × 12 — 12 speed

Spectral CF 7 WMN

24 mph

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The Spectral CF 7 WMN is easier to ride up hills than similar bikes.

The Spectral CF 7 WMN won‘t keep up with similar bikes while riding downhill or sprinting.

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< 5'6"


5'4" – 5'10"


5'8" +


Canyon Spectral WMN CF

ColorSoft Coral


Rock Shox Pike Select+

Rear Shock

Deluxe Select+ RT

Bottom Bracket

SRAM Pressfit DUB


Race Face Aeffect R


Race Face Aeffect Riserbar, Material: Aluminium, Rise: 20 mm


Ergon SM10 Sport Women


Iridium Dropper Post, Iridium dropper posts provide seat-height adjustability, varying depending on frame size. Internally routed, cable actuated, 30.9mm diameter.


None included


Canyon G5 Grips, Canyon G5 lock-on grips for huge grip and control.

Rear Derailleur

SRAM NX Eagle, The NX Eagle rear derailleur delivers consistent shifts thanks, in part, to its robust steel/aluminum chassis.


Truvativ Descendant 6K AL DUB 32T


SRAM NX Eagle Trigger 12s, SRAM's NX Eagle shifter helps deliver the simplicity and precision a wide-range, single-ring drivetrain.


SRAM PG-1210 Eagle 11-50 12s, SRAM's SX Eagle 11-50 cassette packs a wide, 454% gear range into a surprisingly affordable package.


SRAM NX Eagle 12-speed


SRAM G2 R | SRAM G2 R, SRAM's 4-piston G2 R disc brakes boast a consistent combination of stopping power and control.


DT Swiss M 1900, Rim Material: Aluminium, Inner Width: 30 mm, Weight: 900 g | DT Swiss M 1900 XD, Rim Material: Aluminium, Inner Width: 30 mm, Freewheel: 3 Pawl, Weight: 1021 g


MAXXIS Minion DHR II 2.4'', Casing: Exo, Compound: 3C Maxx Terra, Technology: Tubeless ready | MAXXIS Dissector 2.4"

Disk Rotors

SRAM Centerline Rounded Edges, SRAM's 200mm Centerline front rotor ensures you always have stopping power to spare. | SRAM Centerline, 180mm

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