Following the pattern of more individuals going rough terrain, German brand Canyon has propelled its most recent scope of rock bicycles, the Canyon Grail.
Designed as an all-road bike, the Canyon Grail looks to help riders combine dirt and tarmac in one ride while also debuting Canyon’s innovative new approach to the handlebar, the Hover Bar.
This bicycle accompanies the reasonable motivation behind drawing in itself to the regularly developing business sector or riders searching for an enterprise on and rough terrain, spending long days in the seat basically getting a charge out of the bicycle.
Canyon, in a way, has endeavored to rehash the handlebar to help meet rider requests of a bar that is comfy on the tops for included solace cruising crosswise over harsh surfaces, and stiffer on the drops while sprint or tracking down.
The thought behind this twofold decker approach is that the Flex Area over the best diverts vibrations from the bicycle far from the rider giving a more comfortable ride.
The Grail has clearances for 700x42mm tires. Numerous brands have picked to plan their gravel bicycles around both 650b and 700c wheels.
The Grail is available in sizes ranging from 2XS through to double XL except for the women’s build, which is only available up to a medium size.
Talking about price, Canyon will offer the Grail CF SLX as a frameset which is including the Hover Bar, for US$2,530. An aluminum variant – that uses a standard cockpit – will arrive at the later date.