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Canyon - Stoic 2

Canyon
--Stoic 2
--2022

Bike Character

Proper fun on the descent: The Canyon Stoic 2 is a fun-loving bike for all trail junkies for whom a fully is too expensive or too complex. With a 65 degree head tube angle and a reach that tends to be long you can certainly speak of a modern geometry. The sporty riding position allows for very effective pedaling. In the price range of under 1000 Euro, there are bikes that climb better than the Stoic 2. Finally, here is another killer argument: in price range on very light trails, the Canyon Hardtail is one of the best models in the on very light trails category. Canyon gives 6 years warranty on the bike.

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Bike Overview

Canyon - Stoic 2

Canyon
--Stoic 2
--2022

This bike is fun to ride in

gravel, easy terrain
extrem terrain

The seating position is

comfortable, upright
sporty, efficient

The handling on the trail feels

playfull
calm

The sizing of the bike runs

small
big

Specification Review

OVERALL BIKE CHECK

We reviewed the specification of every bike. In this grafic we show you how good the most important parts of the bike are. We also took a look at the geometry. Our Geo-Fun-Factor gives you an impression how much fun potential this geometry has. If you are interessted: We have a article that explains detailed how we rate bikes.

VALUE for MONEY CHECK

This  value for money grafic gives you an idea how the specification of the bike is according to its pricelevel. We analysed over 1500 Bikes and work with the average-values of the entire market. If the bar is yellow the specifictaion is better than the average level on the market. Here is an explenation about how we rate bikes. 

If you have any further questions you might find the answer in our FAQs.

Specification

Frame: Canyon Stoic
NA
Frame Material: Aluminium
NA
Positioning of the Manufacturer: NA
NA
Bottom Bracket Standard: BSA
NA
Cable Routing: external
NA
Rear Axle Standard: 148 x 12 (Boost)
NA
Fork: SR Suntour XCR34; air spring
NA
Spring Unit: air
NA
Remote-Lockout: yes
NA
Pro Pedal Platform: NA
NA
Damper: NA
NA
Damper Spring Unit: NA
NA
Damper Lockout: NA
NA
Damper Pro Pedal Platform: NA
NA
Group Set: midrange - Shimano
5/10
Gearrange: 327%
NA
Drivetrain: 1x10
NA
Gear Lever: Shimano Deore; 10 s
NA
Front Derailleur: NA
NA
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Deore; 10 s
NA
Crank: ProWheel Charm ProWheel's aluminum crankset is Boost 148 compatible and features short (170mm) crankarms that reduce pedal strikes.
NA
Cassette: Shimano Deore; 10 s; 11-36
NA
Chain: KMC X10-93 10s Durable half nickel plated chain.
NA
Brake Set: Shimano MT 200
NA
Brake Rotors: 180/180
NA
Brake Power: average brake power
5/10
Wheel Set: NA
5/10
Rims: Alex Rims DP30
NA
Front Hub: Shimano HB MT400
NA
Rear Hub: Shimano HB MT400
NA
Tires Front: Schwalbe Hans Dampf ; Kevlar Bead / foldable; 2,35
NA
Tires Rear: Schwalbe Hans Dampf ; Kevlar Bead / foldable; 2,35
NA
Saddle: VELO VL-1589
NA
Seat Post: HL SP218 Seatpost length 450mm, diameter 30.9 mm
NA
Stem: HL TDS
Handle Bar: HL MTB, 780
NA
Handle Bar Width: 780 mm
NA
Head Set: NA
NA
Bottom Bracket: NA
NA
Grips: NA
NA
User Weight Limit: NA
NA
Guarantee: NA
NA
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Geometry

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Each bike brand has its own size structure. To make it as easy as possible for you, we have translated all manufacturer-specific designations into unisex sizes (S,M,L...). We have an extra article that tells you how to find the perfect frame size for you.

SIZE XXS XS S m L XL XXL
Sizing of Manufacturer
XXS
XS
S
M
L
XL
-
Wheelsize
27,5
27,5
27,5
29
29
29
-
Stack
27,5
592
601
626
635
644
-
Reach
380
405
430
455
480
505
-
Top Tube Length
539
564
591
623
650
678
-
Seat Tube Length
365
365
400
430
460
500
-
Seat Tube Angle
75
75
75
75
75
75
-
Head Tube Length
90
90
100
90
100
110
-
Head Tube Angle
65
65
65
65
65
65
-
Bottom Bracket Drop
45
45
45
60
60
60
-
Bottom Bracket Height (absolut)
310
310
310
314
314
314
-
Chainstay Length
418
418
418
428
428
428
-
Wheelbase
1104
1129
1158
1193
1222
1252
-
Standover Height
741
740
742
768
773
774
-
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Hover over the geometry tabel, to see how this value is measured.

Each bike brand has its own size structure. To make it as easy as possible for you, we have translated all manufacturer-specific designations into unisex sizes (S,M,L...). We have an extra article that tells you how to find the perfect frame size for you.

SIZE XXS XS S m L XL XXL
Sizing of Manufacturer
XXS
XS
S
M
L
XL
-
Wheelsize
27,5
27,5
27,5
29
29
29
-
Stack
27,5
592
601
626
635
644
-
Reach
380
405
430
455
480
505
-
Top Tube Length
539
564
591
623
650
678
-
Seat Tube Length
365
365
400
430
460
500
-
Seat Tube Angle
75
75
75
75
75
75
-
Head Tube Length
90
90
100
90
100
110
-
Head Tube Angle
65
65
65
65
65
65
-
Bottom Bracket Drop
45
45
45
60
60
60
-
Bottom Bracket Height (absolut)
310
310
310
314
314
314
-
Chainstay Length
418
418
418
428
428
428
-
Wheelbase
1104
1129
1158
1193
1222
1252
-
Standover Height
741
740
742
768
773
774
-
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Size Chart

Almost every manufacturer has a size calculator for its bikes online. Nevertheless, we take a look at the geometry of each bike, completely detached from the recommendation of the manufacturer. Why: We want to give you an absolutely objective assessment of the frame size that suits you. We calculate with statistical averages for the ratio of leg length and height. If you want to know exactly what size you need, you should read this blog post from us. Here we explain how you can measure your leg length in less than 5 minutes and then determine your perfect frame size.

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XXL

How Do We Review Bikes

With all the info we give you here about the bikes, you’re probably wondering: are these guys credible at all? That’s why we’ve prepared an article for you that explains exactly who is behind this website and what our mission is. 

At BIKE-TEST.COM we rate bikes as objectively as possible. Our innovative rating system has three groundbreaking advantages over all other product tests you can find on the internet:

  1. We catalog and rate bikes on over 200 criteria. No one else takes such a comprehensive look at a bike. Our revolutionary data processing allows us to break down the complete experience of over 100,000 kilometers in the saddle to each individual bike.
  2. We treat every bike exactly the same, no matter which manufacturer it comes from. You won’t get a more objective statement about mountain bikes anywhere.
  3. It’s free!

Here we explain in detail how we rate bikes. The short version: We evaluate each individual part in its quality and compare whether the individual part fits the respective area of use of the bike. In addition, we also check the geometry of a bike and draw conclusions about how this bike rides. If a bike has earned a BIKE-TEST.COM TIP, it has not only a particularly good equipment, but usually also an excellent geometry.

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About The Brand

“Canyon manages to offer innovative bikes with independent design and good equipment at low prices. This is made possible by direct sales via the company’s own website. Apart from the flagship store in Koblenz, Canyon bikes can only be bought online.”

This is what BRAND is famous for:

Through its direct sales via the Internet Canyon was known for years above all for one thing: Bikes with the best equipment at mercilessly low prices! With the exception of the flagship store in Koblenz (tip on the side: the store next to the company headquarters is worth a visit just because of the good café and the professional bikes on display!) Canyon still ships its bikes exclusively by parcel to customers. There is no local dealer. The saved trade margin benefits the product (in the form of a high-quality equipment) or the customer (in the form of low prices). However, Canyon has managed in recent years to leave the corner of pure price-performance providers. With innovative frames at the highest technical level, a consistently pulled through distinctive design language and massive investments in professional sports Canyon has worked its way up to one of the most prestigious companies on the bike market. A remarkable achievement, which is not least due to the sporting successes of cycling superstar Matthieu van der Poel. He has won several Cross Country World Cups on the Canyon Lux and Canyon Exceed. Ines Thoma from Allgäu and New Zealander Jack Moir achieved notable successes in the Enduro World Series on the Strive and Spectral enduro models. Canyon’s entire Gravity division is strongly influenced by ex-downhill world champion Fabien Barel. The Frenchman not only has the reputation of Mr. Nice Guys in the scene, but is also considered a professor of downhill racing. With an engineering title in his pocket, he is significantly known for the good geometries and excellent rear kinematics of the downhill-oriented fullys. That the bikes of the Koblenzer even withstand the hard racing use, the direct mail order company underlines with a lush warranty of six years on all its products. The frames of the Canyon bikes are produced in Asia and assembled into complete bikes in Koblenz.

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