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I have two of the rare behind the seat post water bottle holders.
Does not come with the bothlecage but are the specific canyon add ons for your bikes.
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If you are in the Bay Area and willing to let me measure your frame, usually 30 minutes of your time, I would offer you a box for your bike at my cost. Private message me if interested
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I'm switching out the flat base bar for the upswung 80mm one. Like I said all was well till the rear brake. So I basically have my bike completely disassembled. Was trying to avoid punching the bottom bracket but after looking closely I don't think theres any way to avoid it. I could see through the BB hole a piece of brake tubing sticking down and it looked like it somehow came through or over the battery holder; I grabbed the tubing to see if I could move it to find out if it went all the way through the frame or just over the battery. Well, I found out pretty quick. That piece is only about three inches long and go's under the BB and through or over the battery holder (came out in my hand). No way to really find out unless I take that bottom bearing out to see past it... I just keep getting deeper and deeper. Problem is that I can't find any info on how this thing is actually supposed to be put together (schematics). Gonna try and call Canyon today to see if anyone in level 2 knows how this thing actually go's back together...
Sorry for the stupid question, but do you slide the bite valve over the straw, or do you "squeeze" it in the inside?
I just got the camelbak big bite valve and I was unable to slide it over the end of the straw... (which seems the correct way of doing it)
I am considering trimming the valve down in the future... I will see.
Question on installing Canyonâ€™s Garmin mount. It seems like you need to trim the front of the top piece. I canâ€™t get the top to sit flush. The little piece near the tip of the nose is blocked by the Garmin mount. Did you trim the top part with an exact knife or something?
The Garmin mount also doesnâ€™t seem very aero, sticking into the wind. I kind of wonder if Iâ€™d be better off with a â€śstandardâ€ť Garmin mount that just clips onto the aero extension and sits between the extensions where the air is already dirtier. Thoughts?