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Canyon Endurace CF SL SRAM Rival AXS Carbon Disc Road Bike - M 56cm

Canyon Endurace CF SL SRAM Rival AXS Carbon Disc Road Bike - M 56cm

Regular price £1,999.99 GBP
Regular price Sale price £1,999.99 GBP
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Broximo Prestige Steeds proudly stocks this Canyon Endurace CF SL SRAM Rival AXS Carbon Disc Road Bike

Size: M (Equivalent to 56cm) but check the geometries or get in touch to confirm whether this bike will fit you. 

RRP:  £3,849


  • Frame:  Canyon Endurace CF SL carbon flat mount disc frame and fork.
  • Gears:  SRAM Rival eTap AXS 12s wireless electronic groupset.
  • Brakes:  SRAM Rival Hydraulic Disc Brakes
  • Wheels:  DT Swiss Endurance LN XDR
  • Tires:  Continental GP5000s TR
  • Handlebars:  Canyon H17 Ergobar with Canyon V13 stem
  • Seatpost & Saddle: Canyon VCLS seatpost with Fizik Argo Tempo R5 saddle.


The Canyon Endurace CF 7 eTap is a capable full-carbon endurance road bike equipped with SRAM’s most affordable wireless groupset, Rival eTap AXS. It’s a comfortable, lively ride with a build that won’t leave you wanting, and enough tyre clearance to dabble at the smoother end of the gravel spectrum.  It’s very well rounded, with nothing about its manners on the road that warrants criticism.  It’s stiff enough to feel capable, efficient and exciting with no sense that it’s a soft endurance bike that can’t be hustled when you feel the urge.  It’s comfortable too. Canyon labels the seatpost ‘VCLS’ (vertical comfort, lateral stiffness) but it’s not the two-part leaf spring-style design found on more expensive bikes from the brand.  Nevertheless, between the post and frame there’s enough inherent flex and vibration damping to make for a plush ride.  The gearing is well chosen too and you’re unlikely to find yourself wishing for lower gears unless you’re really determined to push the envelope off-road and insist on hauling yourself up ultra-steep trails.  Canyon’s choice of moderately chunky slick tyres adds to the comfort and refinement but doesn’t feel limiting on tarmac.

The Endurace CF’s frameset is outwardly identical to its CF SL and CF SLX siblings, so you get the exact same geometry and aesthetics.  The Endurace is a shape that’s been with us for a while but it still looks fresh, with the seatstays slicing across the upper part of the seat tube, a visual element that’s distinctly Canyon.  The Endurace’s frameset is a clean piece of design that marries curves and angularity effectively and, while the brake hoses aren’t fully hidden, they’re mostly internal and of course there are no gear cables to contend with on a wireless groupset.On the practicality front, Canyon gives you bosses for a top tube bag in addition to the usual bottle cage mounts

The SRAM Rival AXS shifting is largely indistinguishable from that of Red and Force. Like all AXS groupsets, the gearing is non-traditional, and the combination of a 48/35 crank and 10-36 cassette affords a generous range of gears that’s comparable to a traditional compact setup but with more total range – it’s a very beginner-friendly option.

The DT Swiss Endurance LN wheelset won’t set your heart aflutter but does boast a very useful 22mm internal rim width that plumps tyres out nicely, and it’s tubeless-compatible.  Tyre clearances are generous by road bike standards at a maximum 35mm front and rear.  Canyon’s rubber of choice is a fetching set of tanwall 30mm Schwalbe Ones.


Bike has only been used once and is in like new condition.  Some small marks from storage, please see the photos.

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