Canyon Aeroad Womens bike?

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TheDarkInstall
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by TheDarkInstall

I figured it would be faster to ask you guys than wait for Canyon to respond...

Is the Canyon Aeroad Womens bike available? Can't see anything on their website. The Ultimate has a womens version, and the pro womens teams are riding Aeroads, so is it a case of it not being out yet?

Cheers for any hints you can give me.

zirxo
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by zirxo

If I remember correctly the only difference between the "regular" model and the womens model is the length of the cranks and stem and the width of the bars. Maybe another saddle aswell.

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kkibbler
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by kkibbler

There's no such thing. The women's version of the Ultimate is the same frame but painted in, some may feel, a more feminine color. That and 50-34 and a women's specific saddle. That's all. Buy an Aeroad frameset and spec it up yourself, same end result.

Shrike
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by Shrike

Just ordered an Aeroad for the missus. As far as I know there isn't a woman's specific Aeroad, (ie. with a different geometry). The Canyon/SRAM Pro Team use the regular Aeroad.

Smallest you can get is a 2XS which I think is around 51 ish top tube, which is what I ordered. Same size Tiffany Cromwell rides on her Ultimate, for example.

Going to sell the Ultegra 52/36 chainset when it arrives. Have a DA compact chainset here to replace it with for a bit of bling.

rlarldhks86
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by rlarldhks86

Ultimate model , but this model is not for women only WMN is aeroad model.

ChiZ01
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by ChiZ01

man and women frame have the exact same geometry, but it saves you the trouble of getting new bar and stem

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TheDarkInstall
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by TheDarkInstall

Ah right, thanks a lot for the info!

Bit of a misnomer then, eh.

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