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- Great for gravel and road riding
- Canyon Endurace is a good option for casual riders
- Take some time to get used to drop bars
- Upgrade to bigger tires if you want to go faster
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2022 Canyon Grail updates emphasise practicality and sweet, sweet fades
While geometry remains unchanged, some new builds add spice to Canyon's gravel offering
By Katherine Moore Published: December 9, 2021 at 10:00 am
The Canyon Grail gravel bike range sees some modest updates for 2022, with updated specs across the board, some sweet new paint jobs and a new...
Had to make an adaptation to make the bike summerproof...
So when I found a set of Canyon Grail mudguards locally for sale, I jumped at the opportunity, installed them at once, and gave the bike a good thrashing in the woods. Pretty spectacular piece of kit. Very sturdy, doesn't move around nor does it rattle, and doesn't clog up. Yes, you can do offroad cycling with mudguards.
First Longer Ride with the Grail!
2021 Canyon Grail CF SL 8.0. So far I’ve put about 250 total miles on it and I love it. Saved up for a very long time and it’s a big upgrade for me. What has surprised me the most is how fast it is on the road as well as off road, sometimes I forget that I’m riding 40c gravel tires instead of road slicks.
Canyon Grail AL 7 on Bontrager Aeolus Comp 5’s with 30c Schwalbe Pro One tires (tubeless). After a bit of research and some help from my LBS I’ve finally got a road wheel set to swap for non-gravel days. It came out better than I anticipated and I can’t wait to enjoy the benefits on road.