Canyon has just dropped the price of a wide range of bikes for UK customers

Canyon Exceed CF 7
(Image credit: Graham Cottingham)

Based in Koblenz, Germany, Canyon has a reputation for producing some of the finest off-road bikes around including some of the best mountain bikes and the best gravel bikes available. With only one physical store in its HQ in Koblenz, its direct-to-consumer model has seen the brand consistently deliver value for money across its range.

Since Covid 19 and the added problems like Brexit and the dropping value of the pound UK, cyclists have been on the receiving end of ever-increasing costs. Canyon’s price cuts go against the global trend of rising bike prices and will be welcomed by UK riders and fans of the brand.

Canyon HQ building

Canyon is a direct to consumer brand (Image credit: Canyon) reported that UK Head of Sales and Marketing Aaron Budd said, “Every order made through our website has a journey, from the individual frames and components arriving to Koblenz, to our assembly process and logistical organization, then to ensuring the bike arrives promptly at your door. We have an amazing team across the globe that works on every aspect of this journey thoroughly, allowing us to constantly look at how we can offer our customers the best experience, the best bikes and the best value. With cycling providing the answer to the health, fitness, mobility, time and financial constraints that we can all face, we’re pleased to be able to pass on these savings to UK consumers.”

Canyon's Exceed CFR LTD cross-country race hardtail

Canyon bikes are ridden by some of the best cyclists in the world (Image credit: Canyon)

You can now save £300 on the Canyon Spectral CFR 29 MTB which has been reduced from £6,499 to £6,199, while the top end Grail SLX8 Di2 gravel bike has been cut from £5,249 to £5,099.

The price reduction covers a wide range of models across its UK range, and are is now live and available at Canyon.

Paul Brett
Staff writer

Based in Edinburgh, Paul Brett is a staff writer for He has been an avid cyclist for as long as he can remember, initially catching the mountain biking bug in the 1990s, and raced mountain bikes for over a decade before injury cut short a glittering career. He’s since developed an obsession for gravel riding and recently has dabbled in the dark art of cyclocross. A fan of the idea of bikepacking he has occasionally got involved and has ridden routes like the North Coast 500, Scotland and the Via Francigena (Pilgrim Route), Italy.

Current rides: Marin Alpine Trail 2, Ribble 725, Cube Stereo 160

Height: 175cm