Ever since its launch in 2018, the Inflite has quickly climbed the ranks to become the most dominant bike in cyclocross. Following Mathieu van der Poel’s dominant 2019/2020 performance, Canyon looked to expand their Inflite line to include a competitively priced aluminum frame as well as a top-end world championship replica build.
For 2021 the Inflite returns with updated artworks and specs across the entire portfolio, including a range of eye-catching pro replica designs on all platform levels – from pro-spec CF SLX, through mid-range CF SL, to entry-level AL SLX.
Now a wider audience can benefit from world championship-winning performance with the launch of the 2021 Inflite range.
All platforms feature the Inflite’s signature carrying concept – or “that kink”, is it has come to be known – a feature that is backed up by seatpost compliance, pinpoint handling, a stiff and robust construction, copious mud clearance for the worst racing conditions, frame-specific wheel sizes and a tubeless-ready wheel/tire system.
Canyon’s entire 2021 Inflite range is available in eight frame sizes (3XS-2XL), starting with the aluminium-framed Inflite 6 ($1699) and topping out with the world championship replica Inflite CF SLX 9 Team ($4499).