Canyon’s successful all-road platform just got a little more affordable. Their Grail bike is now available in an aluminum model for men and women, with a few build kits to choose from, and without those goofy looking double-decker drop bars.
The top-level Grail AL 7.0 SL retails for $1700 and is the only version to come with a 1x setup – opting for a SRAM Rival 1 group with a wide-ranging 10-42 11 speed cassette. Canyon’s own alloy cockpit components round out the complete build, together with a set of DT Swiss C 1850 cross series alloy tubeless wheels and tubeless G-One Bite tan wall tires, for a claimed complete weight of 20.5lb (size medium).
All of the other Grail AL bikes builds still stick with traditional 2x road compact drivetrains. A mechanical shift/hydraulic disc brake Shimano 105 level Grail AL 7.0 is available both in a standard version in brushed alloy or outback olive green, or a WMN version that swaps the green for copper red. Both share the same specs, with a 20.7lb claimed weight, and $1600 price tag. They feature road compact 50/34 cranksets with 11-34 cassettes for 1:1 low gearing.
The most affordable of the bunch are the Grail AL 6.0 & Grail WMN AL 6.0 which sell for just $1400 with a Tiagra 2Ã—10 build featuring the same 1:1 road compact gearing range, and a claimed weight of 21.6lb.
All of the new Grail AL bikes can be ordered in Europe from Canyon now. US customers will have to wait for now.
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