• **Canyon Ultimate Al - £850 **

    Canyon Ultimate Al F&F - 2012 Model - (2XL)
    Canyon VCLS seatpost
    Ritchey WCS stem (130mm, 17 degree)
    Specialized compact bars (44cm)
    Shimano Ultegra 6700 groupset
    Ambrosio wheelset (rear rim Evolution; front rim Excellight)
    Continental GP 4000 seasons (under 100 km's use)
    Saddle and pedals not included

    The frame is 2 years old (bought February 2012) and the groupset is just over a year old (bought and fitted in April 2013). Geometry . There are a few marks on the top tube and mild foot rub on the cranks. See pictures below for details.

    Viewing or collection from Highbury N5

  • bahargain .. indra should take this ..

  • GP 4000 Seasons. Epic.

  • Fantastic deal, id would be very tempted if i wasn't after something abit more aggressive fitting.

    bahargain .. indra should take this ..

    I would have thought the TT was a bit long for him, no?

  • 6pt?

  • I think it is too big for Tom

    Spotter, you are welcome to test ride. The slammed 17 degree stem gives you a fairly low position, despite the head tube length.

  • Out of interest, how tall are you?

  • 6'3

  • hmmmm let me think about it

  • You must have long arms! I'm 6'2 and wouldn't stand a chance on a 60cm tt with 130 stem...

  • tempt to nerg all the tall ppl

  • Here's a proper embed of the Geo:

  • Oh bugger, it's my size and perfectly setup for me too....

    Are you looking for something else or just a straight sale?

  • Straight sale preferably, unless you have an as new Sram Red 22 group, or something else compelling!

  • Straight sale preferably, unless you have an as new Sram Red 22 group, or something else compelling!

    I'm going to pass and keep my Planet X Mark II instead

  • Some additional photos

    You can't see the marks on the top tube, because they are usually covered over with electrical tape.

  • Out of curiosity what does the whole thing weigh?

  • Frame weighs 1353 grams, the fork is around 360 grams in size 58, so it'd be somewhere around 1400 grams frame, and 370 for the forks? :)

    http://www.tour-magazin.de/technik/test_­center/raeder/rennraeder/canyon-ultimate­-al-80/a27347.html

    http://www.tour-magazin.de/technik/test_­center/raeder/rennraeder/canyon-ultimate­-al-80/a30467.html

    note: the 2014 model is 100 grams lighter, and canyon has an EVEN lighter ally frame, the ultimate al SLX :)

    This is a veeery good machine indeed...

    GLWS

  • Out of curiosity what does the whole thing weigh?

    I haven't weighed it, but I guess about 8kg.

  • pretty light!

  • Any chance you would split? i would be interested in the frame

  • I don't want to split. If it doesn't sell at this price I will probably keep it. You could buy and sell on the parts you don't want.

  • This will go quick on ebay ..

  • I've just finished building up a similar frame with Ultegra/DuraAce/Rotor and without even trying to make it Light or going all weight weenie it's pretty much bang on 7kg.
    The frames are extremely light and stiff and well worth a try.

    May I ask where you managed to find a 1 1/4 -17 Ritchey stem from?! I've been searching high and low!

  • I got it directly from Canyon. Email customer services to see is they have any in stock.

    uk@canyon.com

    This bike also has the aftermarket 5mm headset cover for full 'slam dat stem' style.

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For Sale: Canyon Ultimate Al (2XL); Ultegra 6700; Ambrosio wheels

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