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    Canyon Endurace 7 Al : on

    Yeah,the E bike from Canyon. Very few reviews around,but at 3K euro I'm getting one fo sho !
    What you think ? Fazua 'n stuff. I was looking at the Turbo Creo but I would have to drive 500Km to reach the nearest Spesh dealer for software updates. And yes...that price and specs....

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    i don't think that's a E-bike. They only make e-mtn bikes from my research. But it's ok, we see those dush'es riding e-bikes on the road all the time.
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    Here's the bike for you big boy,you need to learn how to use google better.

    https://www.canyon.com/it-it/e-bikes...E&gclsrc=aw.ds
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    Quote Originally Posted by Devastazione View Post
    Here's the bike for you big boy,you need to learn how to use google better.

    https://www.canyon.com/it-it/e-bikes...E&gclsrc=aw.ds
    Good response.
    How do you reject a claim without as much as looking it up first?

    Yes, Canyon has a e-road bike. Yes, it's stupid cheap compared to Spesh's offering. The regular Endurace rides fantastic and is a great blend of race/endurance bike. Very excited for this model at this price point.
    "That pretty much sums it up. I'm 43 and my max is ~178-180. If that HR chart was mine or Froome's, we'd be on the verge of death. But for you it probably looks like a normal workout." -TLG

    LOLOLOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9W9W View Post
    Good response.
    How do you reject a claim without as much as looking it up first?

    Yes, Canyon has a e-road bike. Yes, it's stupid cheap compared to Spesh's offering. The regular Endurace rides fantastic and is a great blend of race/endurance bike. Very excited for this model at this price point.
    Yep,incredible deal. I've owned a mtb Canyon and they're good products with very lively and playful frames. I'm waiting for my bike fitting guy to tell me what geometry suits me better and I'm getting one in a couple of weeks

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    For those who are too weak to pedal I present this... notice how I posted the link directly and do not have to go to italy to get one. It also handles large tires, something that the canyon does not clearly indicate.

    edit: As a BIG BONUS it has double chainrings!

    https://www.cyclingnews.com/reviews/...7000-e-review/

    Why not just get a moto? .... it would be cheaper and faster and easier.
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    TBF, the Canyon assist cuts out at 15mph and is only good for a max of 90km in lowest boost mode. So yeah, cheap, but not going to keep you in the mix of your local group ride unless it's all uphill.
    Well, you know, that's just, like, your opinion man. - The Dude

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldChipper View Post
    TBF, the Canyon assist cuts out at 15mph and is only good for a max of 90km in lowest boost mode. So yeah, cheap, but not going to keep you in the mix of your local group ride unless it's all uphill.
    Not looking forward to keep up with anyone. I still want to pedal but I want to feel tired at the end,not exhausted and in need of a 2 days rest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devastazione View Post
    Not looking forward to keep up with anyone. I still want to pedal but I want to feel tired at the end,not exhausted and in need of a 2 days rest.
    So... go slower... for fewer miles.

    Seriously. You don't want to hang with anyone. You want to pedal and feel tired, but not wiped out. That's called an easy ride or maybe a moderate ride. Where does moped enter into this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldZaskar View Post
    So... go slower... for fewer miles.

    Seriously. You don't want to hang with anyone. You want to pedal and feel tired, but not wiped out. That's called an easy ride or maybe a moderate ride. Where does moped enter into this?
    Fewer miles ok,but slower ? No. I like to hammer pedals all the times. I get burned out a couple of times per year because of that but I like speed. The moped enters when I get little motivation to climb back on that mountain to ride back home.

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    The answer is a Ducati, not an ebike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by duriel View Post
    The answer is a Ducati, not an ebike.
    I want to stay fit and have fun,not end up crippled or dead.

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    If you want an e-bike get one. Don't let these sanctimonious clowns discourage you.

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