The Canyon Speedmax – Evolution Of A Triathlon Super Bike

Published on October 6th 2018


The Canyon Speedmax has made an impression on the triathlon world with three consecutive wins at the Ironman World Championships. We look at the evolution of this triathlon superbike before checking out the latest entry level and top end models. Subscribe to GTN: Check out the GTN Shop: In association with Canyon. We have been invited out to Germany to the factory of our new partner, Canyon. Over the last decade, their bikes have evolved and conquered a lot in their time, and in doing so have paved the way for a large range of different level triathlon bikes. So, today I’m going to be taking a close look at those differences between the entry - the mid - and the high-end bikes. Before we head over to the latest models, I actually thought it would be worth us taking a little trip down memory lane, well 10 years back anyway. As with many bike brands, the designs and the technologies that go into bikes change a lot over the years, and as they advance, we tend to see a trickle-down of these technologies from the high-end bikes, all the way to the entry level bikes. So, here we go... If you enjoyed this video, make sure to give it a thumbs up and share it with your friends. 👍 Submit your content here: If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link - Watch more on GTN... 📹 Mark's Ultimate New Bike Day | The Canyon Speedmax CF SLX 8.0 - Music: Epidemic Sound Divergent - Ooyy Downtime - Yellowbase En El Auto - Bassio En El Auto STEMS DRUMS - Bassio Fireball Whoosh 1 - SFX Producer Genesis - Ooyy Ghostly Breath With Reverb - SFX Producer Hit To Whoosh 10 - SFX Producer In My Bed - Pure Indigo Liar's Den - Yellowbase Space Whoosh Airy 1 - SFX Producer Static Short 1 - SFX Producer Summer Trip - Felix Johansson Carne Photos: © Triathlon / Getty Images