2022 Canyon Stoic 4

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

2022 Canyon Stoic 4
MSRP$1,999
Weight31.1 lbs
SuspensionHardtail
Travel140mm front
FrameAluminum
ForkRockShox Pike Select

Wheels27.5″ / 29″
Tire Clearance2.8"
Drivetrain1 × 12
GroupsetNX Eagle, Truvativ Descendant

BrakesHydraulic Disc
SeatpostDropper
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Gearing

1 × 12 — 12 speed

Stoic 4

24 mph

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26 mph

The Stoic 4 is easier to ride up hills than similar bikes.

The Stoic 4 won‘t keep up with similar bikes while riding downhill or sprinting.


Estimated Spec Level

Based on build material and quality level of the frame, fork, wheelset, groupset, suspension system, and more. Learn more »

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2021 Canyon Stoic 4 Bike

Sspomer

A can't-go-wrong hardtail for both experienced and new MTB riders

  • Price

  • Looks great

  • Fork spec

  • External rear brake line routing - no bleeding

  • Decent hub engagement

  • 170mm dropper on our medium

  • Solid trail geometry

  • Versatility

  • Wheel / tire / rotational weight

  • Tires too aggressive for many conditions

  • Cable and hose lengths out of box were long

  • Stem is unnecessarily complicated

Oct 2021Read Review

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2021 Canyon Stoic 4

"The Stoic is built with geometry meant for aggressive riding, spec’d to take a beating, go back to do it all again tomorrow..."

Aug 2021Read Review

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Canyon Stoic 4 2021 on review - A hardtail for MTB beginners?

Peter Walker

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!

  • Comfortable pedalling position

  • Good climber on easy trails

  • Precise and direct handling

  • Poor build quality

  • Critical spec, especially the wheels and brakes

  • Poor value for money, even in light of the low price

Jun 2021Read Review

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Review: Canyon Stoic 4 Hardtail

Ryan Ackerman

A true jack of all trades, the Stoic begs to play and ride terrain you might feel like your current hardtail might not be able to handle.

Apr 2021Read Review

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Canyon Stoic 4 hardtail mountain bike review - MBR

Alan Muldoon

Canyon Stoic frame is constructed from 6061 alloy, there are 3 models to choose from all built using the same frame, of which this Stoic 4 is the flagship.

  • Superb balanced handling

  • BB could be lower

Apr 2021Read Review

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Canyon Stoic 4 review

Ed Thomsett

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

  • Modern geometry

  • Well-considered componentry

  • Versatile, gravity loving all-rounder

  • Aluminium frame can be harsh

  • Long, low shape has trade-offs with snappy handling

Mar 2021Read Review

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Canyon Stoic Review | More yahoos for less dollarydoos!

Equipped with a 140mm fork, chunky tyres and slack geometry, Canyon's new hardcore hardtail aims to bring Spectral-like capability into a simpler and cheaper package. To see just how capable it is for the money, we put the new Stoic 4 to the test on both the trail and the street. Read on for our Canyon Stoic review!

  • Tough, no-nonsense alloy frame

  • Spot-on geometry

  • RockShox Pike is such a good performer

  • Sticky, durable and well-damped tyres

  • Heavy duty wheelset

  • Terrific overall value for money

  • Frame protection is severely lacking

  • We'd love a saddle with more cushioning

  • The auto-ejecting bottle cage

Feb 2021Read Review

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All-new Canyon Stoic trail hardtail proves you don't need MTB full-suspension to have fun

Canyon's all-new progressive Stoic trail hardtails take affordable mountain bikes to new level, beyond XC's reach to a all-rounder sweet spot!

Dec 2020Read Review


Geometry

Sizing
XXS

< 5'3"

XS

5'1" – 5'6"

SM

5'4" – 5'10"

MD

5'8" – 6'1"

LG

5'11" – 6'4"

XL

6'3" +


Specs
Build
Frame

Canyon Stoic Aluminium Frame, 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.

BB StandardBSA, Threaded

Tire Clearance2.8"

ColorFlat Green

Fork

Rock Shox Pike Select, RockShox’s Pike Select RC fork offers 140mm of travel and is easily tuned via rebound and low-speed compression damping adjusters.

Bottom Bracket

SRAM BSA DUB

Stem

Canyon G5, The Canyon G5 stem (40mm extension) is both incredibly strong and beautifully designed.

Handlebar

Canyon G5 Riser Bar

Saddle

VELO VL-5120

Seatpost

Iridium Dropper, The Iridium dropper post offers 150-200mm of on-the-fly seat height adjustability.

Pedals

None included

Grips

Canyon G5 Grips

Groupset
Rear Derailleur

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

Crank

SRAM DESCENDANT 6K EAGLE BOOST, Stiff, durable, and secure — SRAM’s patented tooth profile keeps your chain in place while short (170mm) crank arms reduce pedal strikes.

Shifters

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

Cassette

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.

Chain

SRAM SX Eagle 12s

Brakes

SRAM Guide T, The Guide T's 4-piston calipers deliver plenty of stopping power. Reach adjust ensures that instant braking control is always at hand. | SRAM Guide T

Wheels
Rims

Alex Rims DP30 / KT M5ER, Wide (30mm) and tough, alloy Alex rims get paired with KT premium hubs for seasons of hard riding. | Alex Rims DP30 / KT TW1F-15, We paired wide (30mm) and tough alloy rims with the proven reliability of Shimano Boost 110-compatible hubs.

Tires

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

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

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