A 27.5″ carbon frame full suspension enduro e-bike with high-end components. Compare the full range
|Travel||175mm rear, 180mm front|
|Fork||Fox Factory Float 38|
|Drivetrain||1 × 12|
|Motor||Shimano 250W 85Nm mid-drive|
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5'7" – 6'1"
5'10" – 6'5"
Patrick BradyMay 2023
What has a 250W motor, the ability to go for five hours (or more) and can handle drops that would make elevators cower? That would be the new Torque:ON, a new model from the German company Canyon that bridges the gap between e-bikes and full downhill bikes. With 170mm of travel in the rear and
Canyon drops in with all-new Strive:ON CF enduro ebike, Torque:ON CF carbon freeride eMTB & entry-level Grand Canyon e-hardtails...
Big days in the e-saddle at the site of the first ever EWS race in Massa Marittima, Italy riding an e-enduro race platform and a self-shuttling park eMTB.
Dario DiGiulioMay 2023
Ease of battery removal was a big focus for Canyon, so a simple hatch has been designed into the underside of the bike, held in place by just two bolts.
Canyon's latest eMTB packs a huge battery and motor for all-day shredding
We pointed the bike into a really rocky descent and we were a bit surprised. We’re so used to long travel 29er emtbs being super stable bikes that will straightline “anything”. The Canyon Torque:On 8 was different though. In hindsight, that really was to be expected. The smaller 27.5″ front wheel has less rollover abilities compared a 29″ wheel. And the short rear end favours playfullness and a faster steering. Check out the video for the whole story.
Peter WalkerJul 2021
No shuttle, no problem! The Canyon Torque:ON 9 feels like an MX bike in the air and beams you straight to the trailhead. But the added weight doesn't just come with bring advantages. Read our full review on to find out how the Torque:ON eMTB fared against its analogue opponents in our bike park group test.
Shuttle included in the price (only as long as the battery lasts)
Very stable in the air
Excellent traction in open corners and on technical terrain
Background noise of the EP8 motor and chain rubbing against the tire
High weight makes the bike stick to the trail
Limited support from the rear suspension
Brake rotor with the wrong pads
When it comes to evaluating the Canyon Torque On, it's impossible to not discuss the polarizing duality of how it performs.
Canyon Torque[ON] CF
BB Standard: STEPS, Press Fit
Hanger Standard: UDH
Color: Bigger Bamboo
Fox 38 Factory Grip2
Fox X2 Factory
Fizik Gravita Alpaca X5
Shimano Deore XT M8100 12speed, Precise 1x12 drivetrain.
Shimano STEPS HOLLOWTECH e-MTB crank arms, Designed for the rigors of E-MTB riding and featuring Shimano's Hollowtech crank arm design, 24mm spindle, 165mm crank arms
Shimano Deore XT, 12-speed, Rear derailleur shifter, 12-speed, Textured rubber lever pad, Multi-Release, 2-way release, I-Spec EV clamp allows 14mm lateral adjustment and 20-degrees rotation adjustment, 130 g
Shimano XT, 12-speed (10-51), Cassette size: 10-51T, Gear range: 510%
Shimano CN-M8100 12s
Canyon GP0397-01 Chainguide | Canyon EP1189-01 Chain Guide Nut | CAYN EP1539-01 CHAIN GUIDE BRACKET
Shimano Deore XT M8120
DT Swiss HFR1500
Maxxis Assegai 3C MaxxGrip | "Maxxis Minion DHR II 27,5"" x 2.60WT"
Rotor Hayes, 203 mm
Shimano Steps EP8 Motor
Canyon BT001 | Canyon BT002