If the item is going outside the EU then the tax is deducted (if you buy from a shop or from a direct manufactuer scenario) , once in the US import duty will be added along with the standard rate of sales tax in which ever state or county you are in.
If you are asking someone in the EU to send it to you, the the tax cannot not be deducted, so you will pay both Taxes levyed
The only way around this is to actually smuggle it in to the US, something i wouldnt recommend.
This wouldn't work out as long as Canyon doesn't ship to the US? No tax could be deducted for US buyers, unless they were to import it to another non-EU country. However said country would then impose its sales and/or import tax, unless there is some no sales tax zone where you could have it shipped, so no big point in doing that unless you love more red tape. US customers are doomed to pay double sales tax unless they can utilize a no-tax-zone.
You could probably ship it to some place like the UAE, they have no sales tax right? But then it's sounding more reasonable just to travel across the pond and pick one up yourself. Ride it around and bring it back to the states as a used bike and live happily ever after. Canyon will even sell you a bike case and you can have it all delivered to your hotel a day before you arrive.
Note that on deliveries within Germany Canyon uses Deutsche Post, and not DHL (which in turn is Deutsche Post owned, don't get confused), I know nothing about DP but these postal services are usually less service friendly than their "express" competitors and delivery to a hotel could be more complicated.