Canyon Endurance CF

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kauphy
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by kauphy

I was just casually browsing their site and found this. Interesting.

I was pretty much going to pick up a Domane or a Roubaix but this spices up things. Great pricing too.

Does anyone have more information than what's available on their website?

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derek
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by derek

What more information you are looking for?

ToffieBoi
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by ToffieBoi

It was a missing sector for Canyon actually. Even in Roubaix race, they were racing with aluminium frames because of bigger tyre acceptance.

Since they have now two teams to give bikes, I guess they had to sell something like this.

derek
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by derek

Whats the tyre clearance on Endurace? On Ultimate CF SL/SLX it's 25-28C depending on the tyre model.

kauphy
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by kauphy

derek wrote:What more information you are looking for?

Specifically, I'd like to know if it's as stiff as the Ultimate CF/AL and if it handles as well as them. It would also be nice to read a ride report if anyone has had the right opportunity to ride one. One departure from their standard spec. on their other bikes is that they have a DT Swiss R23 Spline wheelset on this bike rather than Ksyriums. How do they compare?

roadman
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derek
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by derek

ToffieBoi wrote:It was a missing sector for Canyon actually. Even in Roubaix race, they were racing with aluminium frames because of bigger tyre acceptance.

Since they have now two teams to give bikes, I guess they had to sell something like this.


25mm is max tyre size for Endurace CF too.

kauphy
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by kauphy

roadman wrote:Will this come in frame only?


this article says:

The medium frame weighs a claimed 1,040g, and the new fork weighs a claimed 340g. The frameset is available separately for around £1,000, with a claimed weight of 1,470g including the seat clamp and the Acros headset.

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Why is the rear derailleur cable no longer completely internally routed like the Ultimate CF?
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Has anyone got one of these yet? They look lovely for the money! Although I don't like the wheels...
2012 Canyon Ultimate AL 8.0

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Roel W wrote:Why is the rear derailleur cable no longer completely internally routed like the Ultimate CF?


(production) cost saving ?

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by GT56

Roel W wrote:Why is the rear derailleur cable no longer completely internally routed like the Ultimate CF?


(production) cost saving ?

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