The Canyon Spectral:ON is sporting 150mm of rear wheel travel and short 432mm chain stays that mirror the regular Canyon Spectral bike.
The Canyon Exceed CF SL 7.0 Pro Race is one of those bikes that is helping to redefine a complete genre of mountain biking.
The new 175mm travel Canyon Torque CF 8.0 shares a lot of the same design cues as the Trail Bike of the Year winning Canyon Spectral.
Make no mistake, the new Canyon Spectral CF 8.0 isn’t just a facelift with a nip here and a tuck there to extend the shelf life of an existing platform.
The Canyon LUX CF 6.9 Pro Race 100mm travel bike is aimed squarely at XC and marathon racers. The LUX promises to be a seriously rapid machine.
When the Canyon Spectral was lauched it was cutting edge. It underscored Canyon’s transition from a value focused brand to one that delivers hi-tech bikes.
The best long-legged trail bike we’ve tested by a mile
This is still the bike for fast trail rides and covering distance
An enduro wizard that punches way above its weight - £3,699
After a lacklustre introduction, there was a suspicous transformation in performance with our Canyon Spectral. But what was it?
The Grand Canyon has a carbon frame sexy enough to charm any rider, spec to boggle the mind and an amazing price tag
Canyon's latest Nerve Al proves that there's much more to the brand than just value-for-money
With excellent frame construction this bike could have walked away with the test with a few simple changes
Read the full review of our women-specific Hardtail of the Year
The new Canyon Spectral is as easy on the eye as it is the wallet
Read our review of the 150mm-travel all-mountain Canyon Nerve AL+ 9.0
Canyon's Nerve AM 8.0 is specced like a bike twice its price, but can the bike perform as well as all that showroom bling promises?
By selling direct to the public, via www.canyon.com, this German brand can pump out bikes that are incredible value for money. But does the Nerve AM 6.0 add up to…