Canyon is back on road.cc with a fresh selection of fantastic cycling deals. The DealCatcher's picked out four cracking deals on bikes, alongside some great offers on wheels and tyres.
Today's round-up of the best Canyon has to offer includes two rather stunning Aeroad road bikes and two Ultimates.
The DealCatcher also includes a pair of Shimano Dura Ace wheels, Reynolds's 90 Aero C wheelset as well as Schwalbe's Pro One and a Continental's GP 4000S II tyres.
Forget the stunning looks, Canyon's Aeroad CF SLX Disc 9.0 Team CSR has even more going for it than a fancy paint job.
Aerodynamics are key. The frame and Zipp's 404 Firecast carbon clinchers are specifically designed to scythe through the air on windy descents.
The mechanics are all top class too. The 11-speed SRAM e-Tap HRD groupset is the headliner.
Canyon's Ultimate range represents the brand's best all-round race machine. A little less interested in impeccable aerodynamism than the Aerode range, the Ultimates look to give you incredible performance without forcing you into a back-straining aerodynamic position.
The CF SLX Disc 8.0 has an integrated handlebar and stem system to give you an aerodynamic edge, but the geometry should allow you to feel a little more comfotable on longer rides.
Running Shimano's fantastic Ultegra groupset and hydralic brakes, Mavic Cosmic Pro Carbon Disc wheels, and Mavic's Yksion tyres, this bike ticks all the boxes a great race bike should.
Having glanced at the beautiful Aeroad WMN CF SLX DISC 9.0 above, you should have a decent idea what the Aeroad range offers in terms of performance.
While the CF SLX Disc 8.0 is the bottom of the Aeroad ladder, it still offers unparalleled specifications at the price point.
Shimano's Ultegra mechanical groupset, Reynolds Strike Carbon Clincher wheels and a shockingly aerodynamic frame make up an unbelievable package at under £3500.
Canyon calls the Ultimate CF SL Disc 8.0 road bike "durable, reliable, comfortable, fast, responsive, and well priced."
If you're looking for a bike that ticks all of those boxes, whether in the race department, long day in the saddle department, or all-round riding department, this machine could easily be the one for you.
Shimano's 105 groupset and disc brake setup, Mavic's Aksium disc-ready wheels, a Fizik Antares R5 saddle, and a pair of Continental Grand Prix 4000S tyres make a pretty attractive bundle.
Continental's Grand Prix 4000S II tyres are "excellent big-chambered race tyres with a fast smooth feel" according to our man Dave Atkinson.
You can read his review below, but at this price they're a pretty spectacular offer.
If you're looking for a "superb road feel" in your tubeless tyres, check out Schwalbe's Pro Ones.
At this price they're a bargain, but even if they weren't available at this price we'd still reccommend them to you.
Our man Iwein Dekoninck gave them a 9/10.
Big, bold, and faster for fewer watts. That's how Reynolds describes its 90 Aero C wheels.
The 700c pair of wheels weigh in at 1.875 kilos and include an excellent BWI feature that keeps you informed about excessive wheel wear.
Finally, if you've not explored Shimano's new Dura Ace R9100 range, check out our write-up of the key innovations below.
The wheels in particular had a switch up. Aside from offering deeper rims, the normal-depth rims have stepped up too.
At this price, if you're looking for a step up in speed, you need not look any further.