Canyon//SRAM reveals striking new bikes and kit

Canyon//SRAM Racing launched in November to take the lead in the inaugural UCI Women’s WorldTour. Bringing together the best riders to compete with some of the best equipment available, the team is now proud to reveal a bold and dynamic design to match its high ambitions. The team will be using Canyon Ultimate WMN CF […]


Canyon fourth generation Ultimate CF SLX review

The Ultimate has been a cornerstone of Canyon’s road bike range for over a decade, representing the company’s vision for the world’s best road bike. There have been three generations of the Ultimate since the turn of the century, and earlier this year, the next generation was unveiled. In this review, CTech editor Matt Wikstrom […]


New Canyon-SRAM team announces roster and sponsors

The new UCI WorldTour team Canyon-SRAM was officially launched in London today. Made up of many of the same staff and riders as the highly successful but disbanded Velocio-SRAM team, there had been much speculation about what the new team would look like and who would be on its roster. All rumours were put to […]


Canyon Aeroad CF SLX 9.0 SL review

The Aeroad CF SLX is Canyon’s take on an aerodynamic road bike that was overhauled last year. In this review, CTech editor Matt Wikstrom takes a closer look at this model that sits near the top of Canyon’s aero road bike collection. By any measure, Canyon is a success story. The company literally started with […]


Visiting the home of Canyon bikes in Koblenz, Germany

On a recent trip to Germany for the annual cycling Disneyland that is Eurobike, we took a detour to the town of Koblenz, sitting on the banks of the River Rhine roughly an hour west of Frankfurt. For many it’s just an ordinary German town, but for bike fans and especially German cycling fans it’s a destination — […]


Bikes of the Bunch: Canyon Projekt 3.7

While Dave Everett and I were making our way down to Eurobike we decided to stop in at the Canyon headquarters in Koblenz, Germany. Among the many amazing things we saw (which we’ll write about in a factory tour article later) we noticed this interesting bike being displayed on the wall. ‘Projekt 3.7’ is a […]


Canyon Bicycles enters Australian and New Zealand market

Servicing the bicycle market since 1996 throughout Europe and beyond, riders in Australian and New Zealand will soon to have access to buying direct from Canyon bikes alongside with full local service and sales support for the first time. One of the few bike brands who sells directly to the pubic, orders placed online at […]


Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Richie Porte leads Sky 1-2 on stage 4 of Paris-Nice; Jens Debusschere claims crash-marred stage 1 at Tirreno-Adriatico; Joon Yong Seo wins stage 5 of the Tour de Langkawi; Giorgia Bronzini wins Molecaten Drentse 8; Women’s WorldTour, two-tiered system amongst changes proposed by UCI Women’s […]


Bikes of Le Tour: Katusha and Movistar’s Canyon Aeroad CF SLX

In his latest edition of Bikes of Le Tour, roving reporter Dave Everett takes a look at the Canyon bikes used by Katusha and Movistar at this year’s Tour de France. Katusha has won two stages with Canyon, including yesterday’s stage 15 courtesy of Alexander Kristoff, while Movistar’s Alejandro Valverde id currently riding in second […]