Canyon release new Aeroad models ending availability drought

While the frameset remains unchanged the 2022 line-up includes DT Swiss wheels throughout and power meters from SLX level upwards

Canyon's new 2022 Aeroad CF SLX in action
(Image credit: Canyon)

Canyon has unveiled its 2022 Aeroad line-up, featuring new build options across three frames, helping to alleviate stock problems affecting the Aeroad's availability. 

The new Aeroad range uses the existing CFR, CF SLX and CF SL framesets, all of which were born from the German brand’s collaboration with aero experts Swiss Side. The result is what Canyon describes as its “most advanced aero bike” and one ridden to success by the likes of Mathieu van der Poel and Alejandro Valverde at WorldTour level, with both men currently riding the Aeroad at the Giro d'Italia.

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