Colour / Troy Lee Designs
Size / SM (Shred, Pedal), MD (Shred, Pedal), LG (Shred, Pedal), XL (Shred, Pedal)
Weight / 35 lb 2.6 oz (15,950 g)Manufacturer Website
- Triple-Phase Four-Bar Horst Link rear suspension design
- Reach adjustable by flipping headset cups
- Internal cable routing with foam housing sleeves and removable cable ports
- SRAM UDH (Universal Derailleur Hanger)
- Includes tool case, torque wrench set, shock pump, and assembly paste
- Includes SRAM AXS Powerpack battery charger
- Frame weight: 2.4kg (5.3lbs), , Shapeshifter technology changes rear shock orientation via gas spring (modes selected via handlebar-mounted remote):
- Pedal mode: steeper angles, higher bottom bracket, firmer ride feel for more efficient climbing, shorter wheelbase, 140mm rear travel
- Shred mode: slacker angles, lower bottom bracket and center of gravity, softer ride feel for descending, longer wheelbase, 160mm rear travel
A 2023 Canyon Strive CFR TLD is typically priced around $8,300 USD when new. Be sure to shop around for the best price, and also look to the used market for a great deal.
The 2023 Canyon Strive CFR TLD may be purchased directly from Canyon.
A 2023 Canyon Strive CFR TLD weights 35 lb 2.6 oz (15,950 g).
The 2023 Canyon Strive CFR TLD has 29" wheels.
The 2023 Canyon Strive CFR TLD comes in sizes SM (Shred, Pedal), MD (Shred, Pedal), LG (Shred, Pedal), XL (Shred, Pedal). After measuring your height, use the size chart below to find the typical Canyon Strive CFR TLD size for your height. Remember that these sizes are a general guide and bike sizes can vary between riders and bikes. The best way to find your size is to go for a test ride.
|Rider Height (cm)||Rider Height (in)||Frame Size|
|148cm - 158cm||4'10" - 5'2"||XS|
|158cm - 168cm||5'2" - 5'6"||S|
|168cm - 178cm||5'6" - 5' 10"||M|
|178cm - 185cm||5'10" - 6'1"||L|
|185cm - 193cm||6'1" - 6'4"||XL|
|193cm - 198cm||6'4" - 6'6"||XXL|
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