Prototype Canyon gravel bike spotted at Unbound

Peter Stetina Prototype Canyon
(Image credit: SnowyMountain Photography)

A new, unidentified Canyon gravel bike appears to have surfaced at Unbound this year. Peter Stetina and Carolin Schiff competed in the men's and women's 200 races on what looked to be prototype bikes.

Canyon currently offers two gravel bikes, the Grizl, which it calls a 'rough gravel' bike and the Grail, which it puts into the 'performance gravel' category. It also has the all-road Endurance, which is technically a road bike, but can handle light grav. There is also the distinctly un-gravel new Ultimate, but that didn't stop Mathieu van der Poel from riding it in the Gravel World Championships after days of speculations. So with three gravel options available to its athletes and consumers, where does this new bike fit in? 

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Tom Wieckowski
Tech writer

Tom joined the Cyclingnews team in late 2022 as tech writer. Tom has over 10 years experience as a qualified mechanic with 5 or so of those being spent running an independent workshop. Tom has ridden and raced bikes from an early age up to a national level on the road and track and has ridden and competed in most disciplines, even the odd bit of bike polo. Tom is as happy tinkering away in the garage as he is out on the road bike exploring the Worcestershire lanes.