New Canyon H36 Aero cockpit

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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sub7kg
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by sub7kg

According to bikeradar, it's a new stem handlebar combo on the new SLX - an H36 rather than the previous H11 which comes with the Aeroads. Anyone know anything about the specs? Any lighter?

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emcardle
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by emcardle

Presumably lighter as it will go on the new canyon ultimate..

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by seaneT1

Is it possible to buy and use canyon's aero cockpit in another non-canyon bike? I really really like it! like

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by jumbo505

seaneT1 wrote:Is it possible to buy and use canyon's aero cockpit in another non-canyon bike? I really really like it! like


currently they don't sell their new components separately. and the steerer diameter is 1-1/4" which don't fit to 1-1/8" steerer on the fork where almost every other bikes use.

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by Stolichnaya

Canyon advised the integrated bars will be made available as a separate item at some point.
As the 1 1/1" standard is larger than 1 1/8" you can get a shim to fit smaller diameter steerers.
The reduction shims were offered by Ritchey and Syntace as I recall.

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This is the answer from Canyon.
A slightly different drop for different kind of bikes. All-round vs Aero.

sub7kg
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by sub7kg

jumbo505 wrote:Image

This is the answer from Canyon.
A slightly different drop for different kind of bikes. All-round vs Aero.


@jumbo505 i wish they'd tell us about the weight!

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sub7kg wrote:
jumbo505 wrote:Image

This is the answer from Canyon.
A slightly different drop for different kind of bikes. All-round vs Aero.


@jumbo505 i wish they'd tell us about the weight!


https://media.canyon.com/download/manua ... 015_EN.PDF

You can find weight info of H11 in the document. I think slight difference in drop will not make much difference in weight for H36 handlebar.

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by spdntrxi

the other was around 370g I think...so if it's only a change in drop, I don't think the weight will be effected much.

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by sub7kg

just a bit too heavy... shame!

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by spdntrxi

yep "normal" sizes are 350-375g.. aero and lightweight sometimes don't go together.. Most road aerobars are around 250 anyways.. then you add a stem and this weight seems ballpark.

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by sawyer

spdntrxi wrote:yep "normal" sizes are 350-375g.. aero and lightweight sometimes don't go together.. Most road aerobars are around 250 anyways.. then you add a stem and this weight seems ballpark.


HI - yes, though if you're after the carbon H11 cockpit as a standalone (as I am for my Aeroad SLX) ... then it's likely a bit of weight penalty

e.g. ... assuming the one piece is £200-£250 ... for that you can get a 200g bar and 125g stem ... so you're taking on 40-50g of additional ballast

Worth it if you are on a Canyon and not going all out WW IMHO ...
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Stiff, Light, Aero - Pick Three!! :thumbup:

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by prebsy

the H36 looks like a round curve to me. Man I hope they offer this bar in a lot of different width/length options b/c it looks like the bar/stem I've been waiting for!
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by SteveCPH

prebsy wrote:the H36 looks like a round curve to me. Man I hope they offer this bar in a lot of different width/length options b/c it looks like the bar/stem I've been waiting for!

FYI - it's out as a separate item now.

I've just got at Aeroad with H11, but have to switch to the H36 to use the aero bars designed for it.

Options are:
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by C36

Has anyone seen any stiffness data on canyon combos? Either absolute numbers or compared to others?
I haven't seen anything on Tour international, Not sure for the German version.


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