2021 Canyon Aeroad

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Aerohead23
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by Aerohead23

EsotericCyclist wrote:
Wed Oct 20, 2021 1:01 pm
All the sizes on Canyons website that say "coming soon, 11/15/22..." are no doubt going to be equipped with the 11 spd shimano, so SOL if you're looking to update. Those will sell out quickly and I don't think we'll see the 12spd Shimano until Spring at the earliest and most likely in limited quantities.

I'm sure many will etiher switch over to SRAM or move to a different bike manufacturer that was able to secure 12spd Shimano. Just my opinion
Where are you seeing 11/15/22?

Aerohead23
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by Aerohead23

Aerohead23 wrote:
Wed Oct 20, 2021 2:17 pm
EsotericCyclist wrote:
Wed Oct 20, 2021 1:01 pm
All the sizes on Canyons website that say "coming soon, 11/15/22..." are no doubt going to be equipped with the 11 spd shimano, so SOL if you're looking to update. Those will sell out quickly and I don't think we'll see the 12spd Shimano until Spring at the earliest and most likely in limited quantities.

I'm sure many will etiher switch over to SRAM or move to a different bike manufacturer that was able to secure 12spd Shimano. Just my opinion
Where are you seeing 11/15/22?
Oh wait i see it on the US site! well the european one just says Autumn so thats progress if your in the US.

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EsotericCyclist
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by EsotericCyclist

Aerohead23 wrote:
Wed Oct 20, 2021 2:17 pm
Where are you seeing 11/15/22?

Sorry, I should have specified that this is on the Canyon US site.
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Dieselbike
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by Dieselbike

EsotericCyclist wrote:
Wed Oct 20, 2021 2:50 pm
Aerohead23 wrote:
Wed Oct 20, 2021 2:17 pm
Where are you seeing 11/15/22?

Sorry, I should have specified that this is on the Canyon US site.
Impressive US price too. After conversion of USD to EUR, there is about an €800 price difference between the price on the Irish Canyon site.

EsotericCyclist
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by EsotericCyclist

Yes. The US prices have never increased compared to the Euro sites. I'm not sure why we haven't incurred pricing changes, but I suspect it may go up slightly in the new year.

IchDien
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by IchDien

Dieselbike wrote:
Wed Oct 20, 2021 3:06 pm
EsotericCyclist wrote:
Wed Oct 20, 2021 2:50 pm
Aerohead23 wrote:
Wed Oct 20, 2021 2:17 pm
Where are you seeing 11/15/22?

Sorry, I should have specified that this is on the Canyon US site.
Impressive US price too. After conversion of USD to EUR, there is about an €800 price difference between the price on the Irish Canyon site.
Is that not simply because the tax isn't added in yet? Tax varies state by state in the US so is always added after. By law you have to show the final price including taxes in the EU.

EsotericCyclist
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by EsotericCyclist

My final price with tax added was $6328.00
I would have to look at my last invoice to see what shipping was charged though.

Stradabianche
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by Stradabianche

Seems like the US bikes comes with the old DT Swiss wheels. The introduction of these is when the Europe prices made a jump increase.

I've heard that the current models will actually not restock as is, only delivered to existing orders. And revised models will instead come as -22 MY.

EsotericCyclist
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by EsotericCyclist

Stradabianche wrote:
Wed Oct 20, 2021 6:17 pm
Seems like the US bikes comes with the old DT Swiss wheels. The introduction of these is when the Europe prices made a jump increase.

I've heard that the current models will actually not restock as is, only delivered to existing orders. And revised models will instead come as -22 MY.
That makes sense.

cberg
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by cberg

Stradabianche wrote:
Wed Oct 20, 2021 6:17 pm
Seems like the US bikes comes with the old DT Swiss wheels. The introduction of these is when the Europe prices made a jump increase.

I've heard that the current models will actually not restock as is, only delivered to existing orders. And revised models will instead come as -22 MY.
This is also what they did with the original 2020 to 2021 release. Kept the old page until the new spec release

thirdsun
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by thirdsun

Stradabianche wrote:
Wed Oct 20, 2021 6:17 pm
Seems like the US bikes comes with the old DT Swiss wheels. The introduction of these is when the Europe prices made a jump increase.

I've heard that the current models will actually not restock as is, only delivered to existing orders. And revised models will instead come as -22 MY.
Where have you heard that? And if so, does that revision entail a spec upgrade? I doubt it since it would be a slap in the face of those customers that have been waiting for almost a year...depending, of course, on when this revised model will release.

eldubau
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by eldubau

New comunication:

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Regards

Dieselbike
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by Dieselbike

eldubau wrote:
Thu Oct 21, 2021 8:52 am
New comunication:

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Regards
That's good news for everyone that had their bike recalled and reworked.
Still to update for the ones waiting on a new bike :noidea:

Aerohead23
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by Aerohead23

Dieselbike wrote:
Thu Oct 21, 2021 8:58 am
eldubau wrote:
Thu Oct 21, 2021 8:52 am
New comunication:

Image

Regards
That's good news for everyone that had their bike recalled and reworked.
Still to update for the ones waiting on a new bike :noidea:
I assume thats the communication i heard was coming, they dont give a flying F$%k about those waiting on bikes. Hard to get bikes in current climate so they see nothing different in us having to wait, they couldnt care less.

Kzco
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by Kzco

brusknl, did you get your bike back yet ?

get bike will collect mine today. They gave me a phone call in the morning to see if i was available PM ... :roll:

P.S. : I've ridden approx 8000Km with it, if the frame isn't cracked i guess it "should be ok"

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