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Canyon pairs with Relive to share rides & now win an Endurace CF SLX

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OK, so it was literally just yesterday that we introduced you all to Relive – the service that pulls your ride data from Strava and syncs photos and stitches them together to create a short video reliving your ride – kind of in the same style we see from some pre-race coverage of Grand Tour stages. But now we have just got word that bike maker Canyon has partnered with Relive to support the whole ‘share your adventure’ ethos, and as part of the deal they are giving away one of their new all-road endurance bikes to a lucky Relive user.


Canyon says that their rational for pairing up with Relive is a common thread of “creating products and concepts that offer riders unparalleled levels of performance and unforgettable riding experiences.” That drive is a lot of what is behind the any road concept of the new Endurace CF SLX, so it seemed like a good fit between the two companies.


Kicking off the collaboration, Canyon has put up a new 7.4kg disc brake Endurace CF SLX 8.0, with full Shimano Ultegra mechanical/hydraulic group that Relive users will have the chance to win. That’s a 3600€ prize that you enter to win by simply using Relive to document your ride and then sharing the movies on Twitter with the hashtag #ReliveWithCanyon.

That’s it, the competition to win the Canyon Endurace starts now and runs through to 10:00 CET/06:00 EST on Nov 21. The lucky Relive user will be chosen at random to ride away on the new bike for their next adventure.

At the same time, Canyon is currently offering some extra savings for those buying a new Endurace CF SLX over the weekend as the unpredictable conditions of winter get underway.  Price drops of more than 10% are only running until this Monday Nov 14, so check them out now.

Relive.cc & Canyon.com

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