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  1. #1
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    Market Test: 23 Canyon Lux Trail CF8 LG

    Debating on selling this thing and replacing with a 24 version or maybe something just slightly more slack. I wanted to gauge general appetite and maybe get a starting price before listing to the savages at PinkBike, etc.

    I can say that without question, this is the nicest bike I've ever owned. 26lbs of carbon goodness and can climb like a goat on super crack. Mine is in good-to-excellent condition.

    If I posted at $4k, would I be in the right neighborhood?

    Original MSRP $6300
    ProductCanyon Lux Trail CF 8 Bike
    Model Year2022
    Wheel Size
    29"
    Frame Material
    Carbon Fiber
    Frame Material DetailsCarbon front and rear triangles, molded chainstay protection
    Rear Travel
    110mm
    Rear ShockRockShox Deluxe Ultimate, TwistLoc remote lockout
    ForkRockShox SID Select+, Charger RL damper, DebonAir spring, TwistLoc remote lockout, 44mm offset
    Fork Travel120mm
    Head Tube DiameterTapered, 1.125" top, 1.5" bottom
    HeadsetImpact Protection Unit system
    HandlebarRace Face Ride, 6061 aluminum, 760mm width, 10mm rise, 5° upsweep, 8° backsweep, 35mm clamp diameter
    StemRace Face Ride, 6061 aluminum, 60mm length, 35mm bar clamp
    GripsRockShox, for TwistLoc
    BrakesSRAM Level TLM, 2-piston, SRAM CenterLine 6-bolt rotors with rounded edges (180mm front, 160mm rear)
    Brake LeversSRAM Level TLM
    Drivetrain
    1x
    ShiftersSRAM GX Eagle AXS Controller, 12-speed, electronic wireless
    Front DerailleurNone
    Rear DerailleurSRAM GX Eagle AXS, 12-speed, electronic wireless
    ISCG TabsNone
    ChainguideCanyon minimalist upper guide
    CranksSRAM GX Eagle Carbon DUB
    Length: 170mm (SM), 175mm (MD/LG/XL)
    ChainringsSRAM GX Eagle, 34 tooth
    Bottom BracketSRAM DUB, PressFit
    PedalsNone
    ChainSRAM X01 Eagle, 12-speed
    CassetteSRAM GX Eagle XG-1275, 12-speed, 10-52 tooth
    RimsDT Swiss XRC 1501 Spline Carbon, 30mm inner width, tubeless compatible
    HubsDT Swiss XRC 1501 Spline wheelset, 15x110mm Boost front, 12x148mm Boost rear with Ratchet EXP freehub and XD driver
    SpokesDT Swiss XRC 1501 Spline wheelset
    TiresFront: Maxxis Rekon, 3C MaxxSpeed, EXO, 29" x 2.4"
    Rear: Maxxis Rekon Race, Dual Compound, EXO, 29" x 2.35"
    SaddleSelle Italia SLR Boost
    SeatpostRockShox Reverb AXS dropper, electronic wireless
    Seatpost Diameter30.9mm
    Seatpost ClampSingle bolt
    Rear Dropout / Hub Dimensions12x148mm Boost
    Max. Tire Size29" x 2.4"
    Bottle Cage MountsTwo inside front triangle
    ColorsColumbia Blue




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  2. #2
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    I think the CF9 had the MSRP of $6300 -- A new 2024 Lux Trail CF8 is only $4800.
    I've been following the used bike market pretty closely in Utah and its pretty saturated right now. Anything north of 3k is struggling right now with the all the deals on new bikes.
    Here is a CF9 that has been listed for over 4 months at $3700 - https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...2929546321614/
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  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by sfotex View Post
    I think the CF9 had the MSRP of $6300 -- A new 2024 Lux Trail CF8 is only $4800.
    I've been following the used bike market pretty closely in Utah and its pretty saturated right now. Anything north of 3k is struggling right now with the all the deals on new bikes.
    Here is a CF9 that has been listed for over 4 months at $3700 - https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...2929546321614/
    I'm seeing the Lux Trail CF9 at $6200? CF8 doesn't have the AXS.

    That said, I don't think you're wrong. The bike industry is a mess.

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