Canyon Strive CFR TLD

Canyon Strive CFR TLD

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The Strive CFR TLD by Canyon is an Enduro race bike that boasts Shapeshifter technology, tested for extreme stages in locations such as Finale Ligure and Whistler. The bike's frame is made of carbon, with the wheels measuring 29". The front fork is a RockShox Zeb Ulimate RC2 with 170mm of travel, while the rear shock is a RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate DH with a 160mm travel. The bike has SRAM Code RSC brakes and SRAM XX1 Eagle AXS wireless shifting rear derailleur. The front tire measures 2.4" and the Maxxis Assegai the one in the rear measures 2.5".


  • Premium Carbon Frame
  • Good Rims
  • EWS (Enduro World Series) tested!
  • Premium Groupset components
  • Best brakes in class
  • Top suspension components

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SRP6499 €
Travel Front170 mm
Travel Rear160 mm
Weight16.0 kg
Wheels29 Aluminum
Frame MaterialCarbon
GroupsetSram XX1 EAGLE AXS
ForkRockShox ZEB
ShockRockShox Super Deluxe
BrakesSram CODE RSC



Luke Marshall

The Strive CFR has a high ceiling for speed, but you need to ride aggressively to bring it to life

  1. Potential performance is wild
  2. low bottom bracket and stable chassis provide plenty of grip
  3. comes alive at high speeds
  1. Suspension and frame can feel harsh at low speeds and when cruising

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Sean Leicht

Canyon’s new Strive CFR is undoubtedly one of the top Enduro bikes on the market right now with a near faultless build spec.

  1. Shapeshifter Dual Personality
  2. Downhill capability
  3. Climbing performance
  4. Stability-agility balance
  5. Clean looks
  6. Near Faultless Spec
  1. EXO+ Tire spec
  2. Chainguide
  3. Shapeshifter Increased complexity


Danny Milner

Generous sizing, progressive angles and Canyon's effective Shapeshifter tech make the new Strive an enduro force to be reckoned with.

  1. Two bikes in one. Energy saving tech that doesn’t compromise DH ability. Solid chassis. Adjustable fit. BB is super low.
  1. You need to put the effort in to make it work. Short chainstays could make it difficult to find a balance on largest frame sizes. XTR brake pads rattle. BB is super low.


Peter Nilges

Canyon took a full four years to bring the Enduro Strive up to modern standards. The result is a bike that not only the Canyon Factory Enduro Team has eagerly awaited.


André Schmidt

One bike? Two bikes! Thanks to its innovative variable geometry, the Canyon Strive is both an EWS racer and an enduro party machine!

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Canyon Strive CFR Axle dimension: 12x148 mm Material: Carbon (CF)
Frame Sizes
S, M, L, XL, XXL
Frame Colors
Troy Lee


RockShox Zeb Ulimate RC2 Travel: 170 mm Fork steer tube diameter: 1 1/8" - 1 1/4"
Rear Shock
RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate DH Spring: 400


Canyon G5 Stem Modern design, extreme durability: Canyon G5 components were developed by our pros on the world's toughest trails. Fork steer tube diameter: 1 1/8" Clamping diameter: 31,8 mm
Canyon G5 Riser Bar G5 stands for gravity riding, and category 5. This aluminium bar has superb ergonomics and durability. Clamping diameter: 31,8 mm Width: 780 mm Rise: 30 mm
Canyon G5 Grips Get huge grip, with or without gloves. The clamp guarantees a tight lock on the bar.
Ergon SM10 Enduro Comp


Rear Derailleur
SRAM XX1 Eagle AXS The ultimate in wireless shifting rear derailleurs, smooth, crisp gear changes from a single touch, even when you're racing for the rainbow jersey. Cage length: long
Shift Levers
SRAM Eagle AXS Controller Unsurpassed wireless 12 speed shifting. No need for cables, no need for fiddly cockpits, the AXS system frees up handlebar space and keeps gear changes neat and tidy.
SRAM GX Eagle, 12-speed (10-52) Cassette size: 10-52T Gear range: 520% | SRAM GX XG-1275 12-speed Cassette 10-52
SRAM GX Eagle 12-speed | SRAM GX EAGLE 12-speed Chain 126L
SRAM X1 CF Eagle SRAM X01 Eagle crankset with 32-tooth chainring and 170mm crankarms for plenty of pedaling clearance. Number of chainrings: 1
e*thirteen Ultra Compact Upper Slider
Bottom Bracket
SRAM BSA DUB Hassle-free SRAM DUB threaded bottom bracket. Bottom bracket standard: BSA 73


Front Brake
Shift Levers
Front Brake Rotor
Rear Brake Rotor
SRAM HS2 6-Bolt Brake Rotor 200mm


Front Rim
DT SWISS EX511 Rotor mount: IS 6-bolt Wheelsize: 29"
Rear Rim
Front Tyre
DT SWISS EX511 Rotor mount: IS 6-bolt Wheelsize: 29"
Thru Axle
Canyon Quixle Thru Axle The Canyon Quixle combines the stiffness of a through axle with the ease-of-use of a quick-release. You can quickly remove the rear wheel without tools. The handle discreetly slides into the axle after usage. The Quixle is only combined with the rear wheel. Axle dimension: 12x148 mm

Geometry Canyon Strive CFR TLD

Body Height< 177172 - 185180 - 194> 189
Seat Height (mm)640 - 775680 - 805695 - 820750 - 875
Seat Tube Length (mm)400420435460
Seat Tube Angle76.5°76.5°76.5°76.5°
Head Tube Length (mm)105110120140
Head Tube Angle63°63°63°63°
Top Tube Length (mm)601627654684
Chainstay Length (mm)435435435435
Wheelbase (mm)1234126212911325
Standover (mm)736733735741
Stack (mm)629634642660
Reach (mm)450475500525
BB Offset (mm)36363636
Handelbar Width (mm)780780800800
Stem Length (mm)40404040
Crank Length (mm)170.0170.0170.0170.0
Chainring Size32323232
Disk Size200 / 200200 / 200200 / 200200 / 200
Dropper Post Travel150170170200
Travel Rear160160160160
Travel Front170170170170
Wheel Size Front29"29"29"29"

Customer questions & answers

FAQ Canyon Strive CFR TLD

Where to buy a Canyon Strive CFR TLD

The Strive CFR TLD may be purchased directly from Canyon

How heavy is the Bike?

The Strive CFR TLD weights 16,00 kg. Thats roughly 35,3 pounds

What material is the frame of the Canyon Strive CFR TLD?

The Canyon Strive CFR TLD ist crafted with Carbon

What is the recommended price given by the manufacturer Canyon?

The SRP Price is our information at 6499 EUR