First Ride: Canyon's New Torque:On

May 8, 2023 at 16:10
by Dario DiGiulio  



The commenters may have had you worried, but fret not - e-freeride ain't dead. While that niche may be news to many, Canyon is aiming directly at that corner of the market with their update to their Torque:On. This mega travel DH-ready electric bike is positioned to be a replacement to the shuttle truck, meant purely to get as many laps as possible on gnarly terrain.

Designed to mimic many of the attributes of the Sender, the Torque:On has a frame rated to the highest standards of abuse, and an eye-catching look that really emphasizes the moto influence at play here. It may seem similar to the Strive:On that also released today, but on trail they're quite distinct.

Torque:On Details

• Mixed wheels
• 175mm travel, 180mm fork
• Carbon frame
• Shimano EP8 Motor, 85 Nm torque, 500 W power
• 720 or 900 Wh battery
• Weight: 54.2 lb / 24.6 kg (size L, CF 9 w/ 900Wh)
• MSRP: $5,499 - 8,499 USD
canyon.com
Canyon updated a lot for the new edition of the Torque:On, starting with the wheelsize. Where the former version was 27.5" front and rear, the new bike gets a mixed wheel setup, meant to keep the bike agile while improving grip and rollover out front.

Like the brand new Strive:On, the Torque:On is available in a trio of spec levels, hitting three solid price points.

The CF 8 model comes with the smaller 720Wh (upgradeable aftermarket), Fox Performance suspension, Shimano SLX drivetrain and brakes, and a Sun Ringle Duroc wheelset. $5499.

I spent some time on the CF 9 model, which comes with the big 900Wh, Fox Factory suspension, Shimano XT drivetrain and brakes, and the same Duroc wheels. $6499.

Top-spec comes in the form of the CF LTD Ken Roczen pro model. This frame has a special Roczen red paint job (yes, even though he rides for Suzuki now), and comes with Rockshox Ultimate suspension, SRAM Code RSC brakes, an XO1 AXS drivetrain, and DT Swiss HFR1500 wheels. $8499.

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Frame Details

There are quite a few things to touch on here, but it's hard to start with anything except this water bottle. Yes, the Torque:On has a proprietary water bottle. No, it's not that bad. In order to achieve the suspension design they wanted while keeping the center of gravity low, the team at Canyon decided that the toptube-mounted canteen was the best option for the intended use of the bike. While not really necessary, there is a strap to keep everything in place, and the bottle can still be easily removed with one hand. Closing the strap, however, is a two-hand maneuver.

Shifting, brakes, and motor control all funnel through the headset, which keeps the look clean, but might make for some challenging shop work down the line. Other integrations include an accessory mount near the seattube junction, meant to hold tools or a tube, as well as a fender mounted to the seat stays. From one very wet day on trail, I can't say the fender does much to protect bike or rider, but it does add to the mini-moto look of the bike.

The EP8 motor has been rotated about 30° to give the bottom bracket area of the bike better clearance, which should prove useful considering how low-slung the BB is on this hog.

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Buckle up, buttercup.
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Braaap.

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Clean lines.
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Thanks in part to this irksome trend.

The Torque uses Shimano's standard bar-mounted display unit, with a wired remote on the left side of the bar. Ease of battery removal was a big focus for Canyon, so a simple hatch has been designed into the underside of the bike, held in place by just two bolts. The mounting system feel plenty robust and secure, but should make hot-swapping for a fresh battery that much easier when you want more laps.


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Geometry

If you're comparing the Torque:On to the new Strive:On, you'll probably notice quite a few similarities on the geo charts. Despite their differences in travel and intended purpose, the two share a lot of the same numbers, with a notable exception in the BB drop. The Torque's is significantly lower, and coupled with the extra drop from deeper sag, should provide a very ground-hugging feel. Otherwise, there's no confusing the intention behind the Torque:On; this is a bike meant to descend, with little regard for anything less than extreme.

With four size options, and a reach range from 450 to 525mm, the fit of the Torque:On is definitely biased towards bigger riders. Canyon's reach numbers are generally pretty aggressive in how long they are per size, but riders looking to size down for more agility might hit the low-end of the range pretty quickly.

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Ride Impressions

An immediate takeaway from my first few rides with the Torque:On is that this bike requires serious terrain in order to shine. If you're keen on huge shuttle days, bike park laps, or simply repeating the same track over and over again, then this might just fit the bill. It's funny but in many ways the electric nature of the bike feels secondary to the DH focus. That's partly to do with the fairly binary-feeling EP8 motor, which excels in getting you up fire roads faster than a car might, but lacks the nuance of some other motor systems when it comes to tech climbing. That's okay here, because the Torque only really wants to go down the hill anyway.

We rode the Torque:On in an area that featured some fairly tight and fun singletrack, but without too many opportunities to completely open up and let the bike sing. In moments when you could let it go, the Torque was eager to pick up speed and pop off anything in sight. That was a surprising attribute for such a big bike, as pop and playfulness tend to go down the drain when a bike weighs 50-something pounds and sports 175mm of travel. I found the Torque jumped well, and didn't absorb lips too much as to make you yank for gaps.

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Great traction, even with the wheels off the ground.

Between the geometry, the travel, and the generally stiff feel of the chassis, I do think bike park and similarly featured terrain is where the Torque:On is going to be most at home. With downhill bike-like capacity for chunder and speed, you're just going to want to make sure you have the trails to match. It feels like a bit of a handful when trails get tricky and tech, but it's not suffering through those moments, just not shining like the Strive:On might.

The Torque:On feels like a lot of bike, but perfectly suited to the right users in the right places. I'd be keen to see how it does in a place like Whistler, where rowdy trails can be accessed via service roads, as well as in places where you'd typically truck shuttle, as a bike like this certainly simplifies that equation. Certain spec items need attention if you're going to be riding this bike anywhere near its limit though, chief among them being tires. The stock EXO+ rubber is undergunned, and the choice to run a 2.6" in the rear is a strange move. I do like the Shimano brake / Hayes rotor combo, and have run that on my personal bike in the past to great effect. And say what you will about that water wedge, I kinda like it.

We're hoping to get some long-term testing in with the Torque:On this summer, so stay tuned for more thoughts.





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190 Comments
  • 362 4
 What's next Canyon Strap:on?
  • 108 1
 Brings a new meaning to "pegging it down the trail".
  • 65 0
 Or their new hardtail, the Canyon Hard, and it’s equivalent electric model.
  • 6 6
 AXS Strap:on
  • 40 0
 After spending my lunch break thinking about this, I now like the design concept but not the execution: The bottle should be a normal (or thinner) cylinder that mounts to a normal bottle cage on top of the down tube, but there would be a hole in the top tube to slot it in and pull it out.

You could even have a longer narrow bottle up to 700ml that would stick out through the top tube on the top of the line model Erect:on.

If they don't patent the concept, Giant could also use it on their Glory Hole model.
  • 12 0
 Christy Canyon?
  • 5 0
 @metareal: hmmmm. After some googling... followed by some further research... I would say the long and low geometry checks out, could be a great name for a DH bike
  • 2 0
 @robw515: Marilyn Chambers dual SAG front end highly recommended.
  • 2 0
 Handles holes well
  • 2 0
 Thankfully it's not available in Canada
  • 14 7
 Let's get Bud Lights marketing team to design the ad campaign!
  • 1 1
 Win
  • 2 0
 @Mugen: each bike should come with 10 odd shaped water bottles no one can buy. Also they need to design batteries for all normal lights like Lupine. This is going to make the bike depreciate quick once everyone gets fed up unzipping a strap with 2 hands on their local trails it reminds me of quick release seat posts before the invent of droppers.
Sad as I see a beautiful bike that is almost lustworthy.
  • 1 0
 the rear end is nothing more than a super exagerrated YT Tues. Lower shock mount just extended. check it out lol
  • 1 0
 Canyon Hard:on HT
  • 1 0
 Nice to see they included all the Torque specs
  • 162 2
 Great to see an eeb with an ashtray at last, start with user needs.
  • 11 0
 I’m honestly of the opinion thats its simply a matter of time before someone does it; between cable tourism and cup holder configuration options, the future’s looking bright for further integration & innovation….. (*face palms)
  • 94 12
 I would rather drink chain lube than use that water bottle
  • 62 0
 They've got that bottle holder all wrong...it should be a pair of round holes, like in your car's centre console...you could carry one full sized water bottle... and a take away coffee too.
  • 4 0
 @Worm-Burner: can of Monster for the morning, bottle of water for the afternoon - perfect.
The frame appears to be heavily designed to enable this thing, which is quite a brave move I think.
  • 2 0
 @Worm-Burner: grand idea that....
  • 7 0
 @Worm-Burner: needs to fit a 64oz Mountain Dew
  • 1 1
 Well, just unscrew that crap. Who the hell will put more than a pound of water behind the headset???
  • 2 0
 @Worm-Burner: that would actually be awesome on a commuter bike
  • 60 0
 The bottle cage is weird and the headset cable tourism is pretty annoying - but the base complete bike is $500 cheaper than the Bold's non-ebike frame.
  • 26 4
 I think you mean the cable terrorism
  • 9 1
 @skiboot1: #knowyourmeme
  • 9 3
 @skiboot1: I can confirm that I meant tourism.
  • 3 0
 @sweatyseagull: it does put things into perspective. honestly surprised with the price on this one.
  • 52 0
 The space where the water bottle goes is going to be a gift to anyone with a 3D printer. Someone print up a blunt quiver asap.
  • 39 0
 I swear canyon have zero consistency in their bike design. Shapeshift on one bike, K.I.S. On another, now weird shock placement and proprietary bottles. That the actual frick
  • 82 0
 Canyon design specification:

2 wheels
Unique gimmick
Appropriate geometry
Punctuation
  • 12 1
 ...you say it like it's a bad thing.
  • 3 0
 So true! They have no brand identity at all
  • 8 1
 @Worm-Burner: souless things are not necessarily "bad", they are just souless.
  • 6 0
 @danstonQ: Makes sense to me, I've known some great Gingers over the years.
  • 20 1
 I actually think that this is a good thing... They are a big brand that can explore a wide range of technologies and try something odd without risking going bust and putting employees' wellbeing at risk. And I would say that trying odd things is a nice modern take for a company. It is definitely odd though. But I think it is good!
  • 4 0
 @dingus: Canyondale
  • 1 1
 its so ugly.
  • 4 0
 @TopherJones93: right? I love Canyon's experimental streak!

Pole gave prototype chainstays that broke to reviewers. Canyon gave them to customers. So fearless.
  • 38 3
 Proprietary water bottle, what customers have been asking for ages.
  • 2 0
 it is an epaulet
  • 30 0
 Roczen rides Suzuki now, sooo this is great. Gotta love pink bike!
  • 5 0
 Kick start kenny...did he already take tomac place?
Is this breaking news pinkbike?
  • 7 1
 @jrocksdh: Breaking. Tomac. Same comment. Ouch.
  • 3 0
 Yeah, and Honda before that. He’s never ridden for Yamaha as a pro that I’m aware of, at least not for the last 15 years.
  • 1 0
 @Twenty6ers4life: he did buy a couple of different brands of bike on his own dime to test before he signed for Suzuki, but still...
  • 22 0
 Still no USB? How cool it would be to place a Toaster or Sandwichmaker in that hole?
  • 19 0
 The should just add cupholders like in a car! Would fit the target demographic!
  • 2 0
 9 out of 10 count the cupholders before they buy
  • 14 0
 If you need to replace the motor with something petrol powered at least you have a ready made fuel tank fitted.
  • 12 1
 "In order to achieve the suspension design they wanted while keeping the center of gravity low, the team at Canyon decided that the toptube-mounted canteen was the best option" ok so they moved the shock lower for center of gravity but moved the water weight way higher, smart.
  • 3 1
 It's probably the better option if you drink early and often. Your shock doesn't disappear thru the ride.
  • 1 0
 Smort
  • 10 0
 Bikes are getting too big...I say that as a very early Mondraker forward geometry adopter. At 184cm with long legs and short torso the size medium reach of this bike is the upper limit of what I like in combination with such tall, enduro typical stack height.
  • 1 0
 185cm here with long legs as well (~93cm pedal to top of saddle) (thats 6'1, and 36.5in).

I sort of agree. But also sort of not.

These bikes are just straight up big. The Medium is 475mm of reach, and 648mm of stack. That is similar in size to my size large Banshee Titan, and larger than the large Kona Process 153.

But tall stack heights I think work really well for folks with our body dimensions. If I "hinge at the hips" at the same angle of my buddy who's taller than me, but with a shorter inseam, I'll naturally use less reach, but also need a taller stack height to keep the handlebars at the same relative position.
  • 1 0
 @ocnlogan: I like the geo of the medium and I also have 92cm inseam length. Banshee Titan size L was my last bike and it fit me perfect but it was more on the stable than playful side in regards to upper body position.
I wouldnt want it to be longer and the Canyon is that size as a medium with a 420mm seat tube which starts to look dumb with my inseam length even with a 200mm dropper. Also if we ride medium at 185cm/6ft - who is going to ride the XL and what does someone at 170cm ride is my question...
  • 10 0
 having to do a clip on the water bottle is crazy - surely they could have done something with magnets, or even just bendy plastic to hold it in place?
  • 28 1
 "F**king magnets, how do they work?"
  • 9 2
 Or just ride with a pack... But I guess that is too nineties these days...
  • 3 1
 @SchalkMarais: yeah, whatever happened to that???
  • 3 0
 @SchalkMarais: fanny pack baby FTW.

Seriously my fanny holds all my shit with a 1.5L reservoir in it as well. Don't need no dang water bottles.
  • 2 4
 @Takaya94: I ride with a Camelbak... For me it is just part of the kit for proper riding. Like SPD pedals... Flats and water bottle feels like I am rolling down the road for a coffee outing...
  • 6 1
 @saladdodger: Too hot, shifting weight, added bulk, can get caught on shit, added cost... They have a time and place, but it's no surprise most people don't want to wear a pack if they don't have to.
  • 2 1
 @Takaya94: That's disgusting!
  • 10 1
 This is the type of e-bike that makes sense to me: a big, near dh bike that now you ride up thr road to the trailhead rather than shuttling it/riding a lift.
  • 14 4
 That’s a f*ckin’ YT Tues but eBike but single crown… Seems Great tho
  • 5 3
 Came here to say the same.
YT TUES with a motor.
I'm not so sure about the "great" part, tho.
  • 10 0
 Bottle tourism
  • 2 0
 overtourism is a real problem in this industry it seems
  • 9 0
 “e-freeride ain’t dead.”

Great. Looking forward to e-Rampage.
  • 9 0
 Where they do 50' gaps on the way up!
  • 7 0
 It could be worse. At least the cable routing isn't going through the bottle.
  • 11 4
 Exo+ on an eeeb, they wont last 10 minutes.
  • 12 4
 Fits their target demographic though.
  • 13 3
 Suburban bike paths are gnarlier than ever these days
  • 7 0
 But does it accept a dual crown?
  • 6 0
 can we get a slow- mo of the rear suspension cycling thru please
  • 5 0
 It's interesting that this one is equipped with a Shimano motor, when the Torque has a Bosch one.
  • 2 2
 what's more interesting is that shimano is the only serious business in action, who else has a motor? shimano doesn't dick about
  • 3 0
 The bottom of the line bike is a killer deal in 2023 tbh. I know e-bikes get a lot of hate, and often for good reason, but I'd add that to my quiver if I had the coin (and you know...a job right now)
  • 6 0
 450 reach small is ridiculous. You are all on bikes way to big for you.
  • 2 0
 Cant agree with this more, been sizing down bikes since the xls started going from 478 to 500+
  • 3 0
 Yeah, currently on a size M with 425 reach and it feels pretty nice for my 170cm height! Smile
  • 2 0
 I would rather use a bag with a bottle in it or a hydraoack than have a frame but around that rubbish looking bottle. But then again I wouldn't touch it with headset cable routing anyway. And I'm not after an ebike but those are dumb design choices
  • 3 0
 Actually I like the idea of designing a water bottle that fits the frame instead of designing a frame around a water bottle. Creates up a lot of possibilities. But I certainly do not like the execution here.
  • 5 2
 Wait, you are telling an engineer got paid to design this bike? Good to know every industry in phoning it in the last few years...
  • 7 1
 Is that a petrol tank?
  • 1 0
 Nice, but forget ANY hope of service or customer support if you have a problem, or if you receive one of their all-too-frequent misaligned and faulty framesets. Remember, you're not buying a bike - you're buying a box of parts that will hopefully amount to a bike.
  • 3 0
 If anyone buys this I can model and 3D print a burrito tray (or döner in EU). You don't need water for a bike like this anyway.
  • 3 2
 Not a popular opinion but i absolutely love the water botle. Looks funny but good imo and I often find myself wishing i had more water, so if it alows to use a better suspension design... Or maybe i just think its cool because of how it looks
  • 4 0
 what the .. is e-freeride?, who does that?, how?, where?
  • 4 3
 Big travel e-bike is a good concept. That's why I got a Bullit for DH laps, and if I wanted to ride further into the hills 40km+ then I can enjoy that on my regular trail bike.
  • 3 0
 Can't believe the reach numbers are even bigger. 500 for a large is ridiculous
  • 3 0
 I'm not sure how to interpret the prices. Can I have a visual aid, like say, a bar graph? Thanks
  • 3 3
 “Top-spec comes in the form of the CF LTD Ken Roczen pro model. This frame has a special Roczen red paint job (yes, even though he rides for Yamaha now), and comes with Rockshox Ultimate suspension, SRAM Code RSC brakes, an XO1 AXS drivetrain, and DT Swiss HFR1500 wheels. $8499”

Ken Roczen rides for Suzuki, not Yamaha.
  • 2 0
 Ken Roczen rides for Yamaha? How hard is it to complete a cursory google search before just smashing out some words and calling it good?
  • 2 0
 This bike looks sick. Sure I'd like to see dual crown compatibility, but I challenge pinkbike commentators to name 10 eBikes that are as hardcore as this for DH/bike park.
  • 1 0
 I believe it is dual crown compatible!
  • 2 0
 @dariodigiulio: The standard Torque is dual crown certified but NSMB says the On is not:
nsmb.com/articles/the-2024-canyon-striveon-brand-new-torqueon-emtb-redesigned
  • 2 0
 Giante e Reign is a monster and great value, but you're right not many out there
  • 3 0
 What fresh hell is that water bottle....yuk!
  • 5 2
 450mm reach, size s lol
  • 4 0
 nice yt tues
  • 3 0
 Wonderful! Even more plastic to look at while riding!
  • 2 0
 Can't wait to see these being loaded on to the chairlift for all those park laps!
  • 2 0
 Such a beautiful bike, until I saw…….I think I’d rather just be dehydrated
  • 2 0
 I think they were making an Ebike joke with that water bottle. How can we make this thing more moto? Let's add a fuel tank.
  • 3 0
 Too bad it comes with a Shimano motor rather than a Bosch.
  • 3 4
 Again with this headset cable crap.

I think the very best thing we can do is vote with out wallets. Friend considering a through headset cabled bike? Mercilessly make fun of them and deride their bike choice. There's a Propain demo at an event coming up, and I intend to loudly let the rep know that I'm interested in their AL frames that offer a normal routing option, but that I will not consider riding anything with through headset routing. Its not that person's fault, but the feedback needs to reach the manufacturers, and finding real constructive critcism in the PB comments section is a punchline at this point.

The annoying thing is that we, the market, are vocally rejecting this, but given how long product development cycles are, there are probably still more bikes forthcoming that will use it. I'm sure those product managers see the train wreck down the tracks, and are powerless to stop it. Still, those companies deserve to be punished for considering it in the first place. Someone there should have said that the emperor was wearing no clothes.
  • 4 3
 PB users represent a small portion of the customer base for mountain bikes. This topic has been beaten to death. Get over it.
  • 3 0
 Just don't offer a water bottle mount please .
  • 3 0
 I... really don't like this bike...
  • 2 0
 Wait, there is an integrated water bottle instead of a dumb and ugly cylindrical one ? wow
  • 3 0
 No bottle cage?
  • 10 0
 Why have a bottle cage when you can have a bottle hammock
  • 1 1
 Fails from all sides with the Kickstart Kenny edition. He rides for Suzuki, so the colour should be yellow. And a moto rider edition in general.. Yeah...
  • 4 6
 This is nonsense:
"That was a surprising attribute for such a big bike, as pop and playfulness tend to go down the drain when a bike weighs 50-something pounds and sports 175mm of travel."
There are plenty of long travel bikes that are poppy and playful. Stop the myth that short travel is somehow more fun. Shorter bikes might be more fun, because you have more authority, but I don't see how long travel dampens the stoke.
  • 4 2
 Long certainly doesn't dampen the poke!
  • 7 1
 it's about the amount of travel plus the weight!
  • 1 0
 @nolimit: Even then, there are plenty of heavy machines that pop and are playful... look at FMX bikes!
  • 2 5
 it sounds like it was reviewed by someone who's never been on a DH bike or anything over 140mm
  • 2 0
 @luckynugget: Exactly. My Kona Operator is both heavy and long travel and it's an absolute hoot.
  • 2 1
 Is this for real? I mean the oil bottle of course. I hope the designer signed it
  • 2 0
 Came for the comments, stayed for the comments
  • 2 0
 Nice, this bike has given me an erect...on
  • 2 0
 Anyone notice the typo on the Sram header ad?
  • 1 0
 I think I need to get myself some pervspecs for the trail. hotter than contacts and sport shades.
  • 3 0
 Must be Torque TUESday!
  • 7 9
 Ebike riders are some of the rudest douches..they give mtbrs a bad name ..after years of trying to get access to some areas along come these mopeds that fly past families.. blaring there stupid music..it's Soo lame.. making it even harder for mtb access
  • 3 0
 CANY:ON
  • 2 0
 Roczen is on a Suzuki not yamaha..yamaha would be better
  • 2 1
 We need a E-bike Bold Prediction Thread. Mine is >50% of bikes on local mountains will be electric in 2043.
  • 2 0
 OMG that water bottle inside the frame is horrible !!!!
  • 2 0
 They even copied the paint scheme from the Tues
  • 2 0
 So they finally bought YTs‘ Suspension Design?
  • 3 0
 Looks like a tues
  • 5 5
 TORQUE:ON deez nuts... This bike, like your mom, gives me the opposite of a HARD:ON.
  • 1 0
 Really cool to see that they have done a Ken Roczen signature model
  • 4 2
 Roczen rides for Suzuki
  • 1 0
 Must be insider information..doubt this article could fail that hard right?
  • 1 0
 Not sure how they've made such a mistake haha. Wonder if the red design was done before his Suzuki deal was done?
  • 1 0
 @dariodigiulio the details section at the top says "Levo SL Details"
  • 2 0
 EP8 needs to be retired
  • 2 1
 It's the perfect collective for emtb more:ons
  • 1 2
 Ive been waiting for this bike to become available in the UK for about 3 years. So glad i got bored of waiting just over a year ago and bought a Commencal Meta Power SX.
  • 1 0
 Why does it look like a YT tues?
  • 1 0
 And the article still hasnt been updated. Wonkers
  • 1 0
 Second frame of theirs i like - first one was the current Strive.
  • 1 0
 Canyon is working really hard on not to selling one single bike!
  • 1 0
 Full DH geo 200mm + DC fork Ebike please
  • 1 0
 those pants look like plastic trash bags
  • 5 6
 looks pretty french to me. Or Spanish judging from BH bikes offerings. Oh and this is not a compliment.
  • 2 0
 JohSch: "looks pretty french to me. Or Spanish judging from BH bikes offerings. Oh and this is not a compliment." With Orbea and Mondraker as main spanish brands clearly in front of BH that sounds unfair!
  • 4 1
 But isn’t Canyon your people?
  • 1 1
 Keep Centre of Gravity low, by placing water bottle up high???
  • 3 0
 Insignificant compared to the battery and motor
  • 1 1
 I agree lets mount 1.5 pounds of water as high as possible.
  • 2 2
 I would also like to be able to buy THIS bike too
  • 1 0
 Bying it is one thing, assuming it is another thing.
  • 1 0
 @danstonQ: dur, what?
  • 2 2
 Is this Canyon's version of Specialized SWAT? Canyon TWAT?
  • 1 1
 More Teutonic Cable Tourism.... Canyon, you have exceeded your quota.
  • 2 1
 You’ve exceeded your quota for PB regurgitated buzz words.
  • 2 2
 Just buy a KTM and get on with it.
  • 2 1
 looks like a tues
  • 3 2
 Cable tourism. Fail.
  • 2 2
 And only 24.6 KG's?? Wow so playful.
  • 4 5
 Just here to laugh at comments from people who can't afford e-bikes complain about e-bikes.
  • 1 0
 Looks like a Tues
  • 2 1
 Is that a gas tank?
  • 1 2
 Dammit people, just get there and peddle, put down the twinkies! This is a bike, that is what the peddles are for.
  • 2 1
 54lbs bike. Bah ha…
  • 2 1
 OMFG SHES PREGNANT AF.
  • 1 1
 lolololol 54 pounds
  • 2 0
 No big deal .
  • 2 5
 Why they didn't include the water bottle in the top tube... another brand was able fit the rear shock in there... !? L☻L
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