2022 · CanyonStoic 2

A 27.5″ / 29″ aluminum frame hardtail trail bike with upper mid-range components. Compare the full range

2022 Canyon Stoic 2
Weight32.8 lbs
Travel140mm front
ForkSuntour XCR 34
Wheels27.5″ / 29″ Aluminum
Drivetrain1 × 10
BrakesHydraulic Disc
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1 × 10 — 10 speed

Stoic 2

24 mph

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26 mph

The Stoic 2 is geared about the same as similar bikes for riding up hills.

The Stoic 2 won‘t keep up with similar bikes while riding downhill or sprinting.

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Do you even need a full suspension mountain bike to have fun on the trail? With their progressive Stoic hardtail, Canyon want to offer an accessible gateway to the trail riding dimension. Retailing at € 1,699, the Stoic 4 features an alloy frame, rolls on 29” wheels and offers 140 mm travel at the front. After putting the Canyon through the wringer, we can tell you whether it's a sensible and affordable alternative to a full suspension bike or even just an exciting trail rocket!

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Fast geometry and a solid build kit have allowed Canyon to maximise the descending capability of a rigid-framed bike

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< 5'3"


5'1" – 5'6"


5'4" – 5'10"


5'8" – 6'1"


5'11" – 6'4"


6'3" +


Canyon Stoic, Long, low, and slack geometry pair well with a bomber, aluminum chassis to create a bike that begs to be thrown around, ridden hard, and put away wet.

Tire Clearance2.8"

ColorAvalanche White


SR Suntour XCR 34 29" AIR Boost, SR Suntour's 140mm-travel XCR 34 fork features a stout chassis, no nonsense build quality, and easily-tuned air-spring.


HL TDS, By pairing a short (40mm) Iridium stem with a longer frame reach, we've created a cockpit that center the rider more effectively on the bike.


HL MTB, Short stem, wide (780mm) bars, and just the right rise (20mm)--the Stoic's cockpit is dialed for aggressive trail riding.


VELO VL-1589


HL SP218, Seatpost length 450mm, diameter 30.9 mm


None included


VELO VLG-311D2, Width 130mm

Rear Derailleur

Shimano Deore M6000 GS, Shimano's short cage, Deore rear derailleur delivers quality performance that belies its modest price.


ProWheel Charm, ProWheel's aluminum crankset is Boost 148 compatible and features short (170mm) crankarms that reduce pedal strikes.


Shimano Deore M6000 10s, Shimano Deore 10-speed shifters are reliable and precise.


CS SURA CSMS3 10s 11-46 sr


KMC X10-93 10s


Shimano MT200, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes are a rarity at this pricepoint, but the Stoic 2 delivers.


Alex Rims DP30 / Shimano MT400 Center Lock, We paired wide (30mm) and tough alloy rims with the proven reliability of Shimano hubs.


Schwalbe Hans Dampf 2.35", The original all-rounder, the Hans Dampf rolls quick yet offers reliable traction in a wide range of conditions. | Schwalbe Magic Mary Evo Super Trail, Stoic is spearheaded by an all-time gravity favorite, the Magic Mary. The new Super Trail casing boosts puncture resistance yet keeps weight low.

Disk Rotors

Shimano SM-RT30 Center lock 203 mm, A big Shimano RT830 brake rotor delivers equally big stopping power. | Shimano RT10, Shimano's 180mm RT10 rotor provides a good balance of stopping power and modulation.

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