Stoic: Canyon’s New Trail Rated Hardtail

[Press release]

Having the best time on an MTB ride isn’t always dependent on how flash your gear is. Our all new Stoic is proof that you can rip down your favourite trails with a huge grin on your face- without the words ‘kinematic’ or ‘shock setting’ ever crossing your mind.


We started out wanting to produce a versatile, capable hardtail to take on anything, without it breaking the bank. A bike that makes sense whether you happen to be a young rider on a budget, a newcomer wanting to dive into the ‘gnarlier’ end of MTB, or a seasoned shredder looking for a fun hardtail to add to your stable.

What we ended up with is an all-new, bombproof alloy hardtail, featuring progressive geometry, and rock-solid components. It’s available in a huge size range, with 29-inch wheels for taller riders and a 650B setup for shorter riders.

The Stoic keeps things fun- whether pushing limits on steep technical trails, playing around at the local pumptrack or just riding through your neighbourhood. Sitting among our Category 4 quiver of bikes, it’s been tested and approved to withstand the same punishment as our full blown enduro rigs.

Combine this with the low-slung top tube and low maintenance design, and you wind up with a tough and reliable rig that’s the perfect training buddy as hone your riding skills.

The Stoic range includes three models. All 29″ wheel options (sizes M-XL) have 140mm forks, while those with 27.5 wheels (2XS-S) have 150mm forks.

The Stoic 2, at €799.00 is the cheapest option, but it doesn’t skimp on quality. It features the same sturdy 6061 alloy frame as the rest of the range, the reliable Shimano Deore drivetrain and the sturdy SR Suntour XCR 34 Air fork.

The mid-range option, the Stoic 3, costs €1,199.00 and features everything a trail bike needs, including an Iridium dropper post, wide-range SRAM SX Eagle drivetrain, and a Rockshox Recon RL fork.

At the top of the line is the Stoic 4 for €1799.00*, equipped with components that will be appreciated by the most demanding rider, including the Rockshox Pike fork and the sleek Canyon G5 cockpit.

All three models will be available December 8 on


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