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Canyons new enduro stead
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Looks like a good new contender in the options of anyone buying a long travel bike. Idea is not new for altering travel/geometry but this one looks like it works well on the fly.
The race 9.0 is the one that gets me drooling, at  Ã‚£3700 I'm not saying it's cheep as this is still a lot of money, but compared to others on the market it's a lot of bike for the money.
I like the option that you can choose to go fox or shram build, and a choice of a couple of colour for all us tarts out there :B
Shram wheels look clever to. 23mm internal ust rims that only use one length of spoke on both wheels for both sides. So having spares is simple  8)
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I would buy it just for the cable routing.. very tidy !
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What about the canyon 12mm thru axle, canyon specific?
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#4
I do like this bike...looks very good on paper.
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#5
BLAAAAAAAAAAAADDDYYYYY LOVELY!!

Amazing value as always and does look absolutely awesome. And it will make you ride like Barnsey or Barel! Yiippeeeee ;D
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#6
Gotta say that's one sweet lookin bike, great find Skid !!
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