Canyon Takeover - Aeroad, Ultimate, Endurace, Roadlite & More

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Canyon are back with another brilliant Takeover.

They want to show you some of the amazing bike deals that are available in their outlet store and are currently featuring in their Outlet Sale.

Below, we've got men's and women's bikes with options for loads of different road riding types.

Aeroad CF SLX 9.0
NOW £4139 WAS £4499

Canyon Aeroad CF SLX 9.0
£4139.00
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Still cutting a sleek hole in the air is Canyon's Aeroad.

This bike is perfect for racing and general riding, especially if you want to go properly fast. This particular model is branded with 'Aeroad' instead of 'Canyon' on the downtube, but it's identical to the standard Aeroad in every other way.

The bike is used by the Katusha-Alpecin pros and this version gets high-end Dura Ace components and Mavics speedy Comete wheelset.

Ultimate CF SLX Disc 9.0 Aero
NOW £5009 WAS £5649

Canyon Ultimate CF SLX Disc 9.0 Aero
£5009.00
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One of the best bikes on the market right now is the Ultimate CF SLX Disc.

It's a climbers bike that has been tuned to also offer an aero advantage meaning that it'll be brilliant in mixed terrain.

The spec list here is the stuff of dreams, with deep DT Swiss wheels, wireless shifting from Sram's Red eTap and powerful disc brakes. 

This bike is as close to perfection as it gets.

Endurace WMN CF SL Disc 9.0 LTD
NOW £4359 WAS £4999

Canyon Endurace WMN CF SL Disc 9.0 LTD
£4359.00
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But cycling isn't all about going as fast as possible and there are plenty of us that prefer a more relaxed geometry.

This Endurace frame is specifically designed for women, making the bike handle perfectly across the size range.

Again, we have the perfection of Sram Red Hydro eTap, this time combined with the slightly shallower Reynolds Assult wheels.

28mm tyres come as standard in the form of the tubeless ready Schwalbe Pro One.

Roadlite WMN AL 6.0
NOW £799 WAS £899

Canyon Roadlite WMN 6.0
£799.00
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Drop bars aren't the best for everything and this Roadlite is perfect for a range of cyclists.

As a sport bike, you can easily clock up the miles as part of a wider fitness plan with the relaxed geometry providing a comfy position with loads of control.

We can also see this bike being an excellent commuter with the Shimano 105 gearing providing reliable performance.

There are also mudguard and rack eyelets incorporated neatly into the women's specific frame.

Endurace AL Disc Frameset
NOW £429 WAS £599

Canyon Endurace AL Disc Frameset
£429.00
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This frameset package provides a great base for building your dream mile-munching bike.

The lightweight 6061 aluminium frame and carbon forks feature mounts for flat-mount disc brakes. There's also full internal cable routing for a clean finish.

The frameset includes the Canyon V15 stem and carbon fiber VCLS seatpost. 

Assos Chamois Crème
NOW £9.95 WAS £14.95

Assos Chamois Creme
£9.95
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Away from their excellent bikes, Canyon also have a great deal on this Assos Chamois Creme.

It's great stuff and something that we've used for years when heading out for a long ride.

If you've not tried it, then this price makes it seriously worth grabbing a tub!

The deals listed on this page are the best deals on the best cycling products we can find. If you purchase anything as a result of clicking on a deal, Farrelly Atkinson Ltd may earn some commission: on some we do, on some we don’t. Any money that we earn goes in to paying for road.cc and its sister sites off.road.cc and ebiketips.