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Canyon Aeroad CFR Disc Di2 £8,099 | 7.19kg

Over four years in development and countless testing protocols and prototypes later, Canyon finally replaced the six-year-old Aeroad. While it still retains many of the much-admired features of the old one, there have been plenty of changes.

There are nine models in the new Aeroad range split into three frame quality levels. Whereas the old range topped out with the SLX frame, this new Aeroad incorporates Canyon’s latest flagship CFR frame, boasting its highest quality and lowest weights yet.

This Shimano Dura-Ace Di2-specced model sits third from top, below the SRAM Red AXS and Campagnolo Super Record EPS bikes.


Put the new and old frames side by side and the most striking differences are in the tube dimensions of the new Aeroad. Whereas the old version was stick-thin, the new

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