Cycling brands hit with uncertainty and delivery delays as the United Kingdom exits the European Union trade agreements.
Canyon stays busy in the off-season with updates to the Strive: new colors, new fork, and choice between Deore XT and SRAM Eagle.
Canyon sought a new equity partner after its relationship with TSG Consumer Partners concluded earlier in 2020.
The Canyon Stoic touts two alloy frames, two different wheel sizes, and a relatively modest price tag for those looking to enter trail riding.
Canyon's new Grail:On is a gravel bike with four levels of motorized assistance. Here's a quick look.
The Canyon Grail now comes decked out with a variety of component choices: Shimano GRX one-by and SRAM Force eTap AXS two-by configurations.
The carbon used in the Canyon Exceed creates an 835-gram frameset and is so rare, the company calls it ‘unicorn hair.’
Canyon's distinctive cockpit and seatpost share the stage with a powerful Bosch motor and 80-mile-range battery.
Updates to the previous model of e-MTB include a re-engineered carbon front triangle, integrating an internal battery, and lowering the center of gravity.
Precision, fit, and cooling. The service courses at the Santos Tour Down Under offer us our first glimpse at new gear and tech for the 2020 race season.
WorldTour teams juggle their bike providers in 2020 as trend away from manufacturers acting as co-title sponsor continues.
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Betsy Welch soaked up the fun trails and friendly vibes in Bentonville, Arkansas during the Epic Rides's Oz Trails Off-Road.
Canyon releases a new road disc superbike, built with the lightest in carbon layups and components in mind.