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There was a relatively scientific test of a number of carbon frames in a german magazine. You should be able to search it on this forum. What I recall was Canyon was the stiffest and lightest bike. Go to the canyon site and click on Magazine Tests. It will lead you to some of that information.
 

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smartyiak said:
So I got an e-mail stating that Canyon bicycles website is now in English:

http://www.canyon.com/_en/roadbikes/

I've heard, in a round-about sort of way, that the Canyons, at least the F10, are pretty darn awesome. Canyon appears to be mail order a la Airbourne.

Does anyone have or has any ridden on of these rigs? They look pretty sweet.
I have a friend who has the F10 in Dura Ace / Ksyrium ES configuration, and from what I hear, he loves it. He lives here but is from Germany. He bought it on a trip back home and brought it back to the U.S. with him.
 

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smartyiak said:
So I got an e-mail stating that Canyon bicycles website is now in English:

http://www.canyon.com/_en/roadbikes/

I've heard, in a round-about sort of way, that the Canyons, at least the F10, are pretty darn awesome. Canyon appears to be mail order a la Airbourne.

Does anyone have or has any ridden on of these rigs? They look pretty sweet.
How exactly does one go about acquiring one of these frames or complete bikes? I don't see shipping options to the US on their website.
 

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smartyiak said:
So I got an e-mail stating that Canyon bicycles website is now in English:

http://www.canyon.com/_en/roadbikes/

I've heard, in a round-about sort of way, that the Canyons, at least the F10, are pretty darn awesome. Canyon appears to be mail order a la Airbourne.

Does anyone have or has any ridden on of these rigs? They look pretty sweet.

Can't get past the weird fork profile and headtube aesthetics.
 

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How exactly does one go about acquiring one of these frames or complete bikes? I don't see shipping options to the US on their website.
There is no US importer.

I think the best thing to do would be contact Fairwheel Bikes (www.fairwheelbikes.com) as they have a shop in Europe and might be able to source one for your. Fairwheel have a very knowledgeable staff and will be able to help you.

:thumbsup: Tristan
 
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