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KTM is back in the world of cyclocross bikes. We already produced high-end CC-bikes in the 1960s when we won several national and international titles with Walter Obersberger. Back to the roots with the Canic, that’s the name of the new line. The Canic CXC 11s is for competition athletes and sportive cyclists who want to use the bike for a safe city ride and leisure purposes. The frame is manufactured with Premium Carbon, which is top of the range. KTM found the best compromise between stiffness, weight and aerodynamic without forgetting a perfect cyclocross geometry. A 12mm rear and a 15mm front thru-axle make a precise wheel placement easy and guarantee an optimum force transmission. A new level of shifting performance is provided with the SRAM Force CX1 group set. SRAM CLX disc brakes deliver smooth, powerful, easily modulated stopping power. Equipped with all relevant technologies KTM wants to re-enter at the top of this discipline.


  • Frame: Canic Carbon Monocoque Frame
  • Fork: KTM F8 CXD DiscHigh-End Carbon Monocoque Design - Cyclocross-Fork
  • Front Axle: KTM Team Thru Axle, 100mm length, 15x1.50
  • Rear Axle: KTM Team Thru Axle, 142mm length, 12x1.75
  • F/R Wheels: DT Swiss X 1700 Spline TWO
  • F/R Tires: Schwalbe X-ONE 700x33 
  • Rear Derailleur: SRAM Force CX1
  • Shifter: SRAM Force CX1
  • Bottom Bracket: SRAM GXP PressFit Road 86.5mm
  • Crankset: Sram Force 1 X-Sync 44t
  • Cassette: SRAM PG-1170 11-36 (11-speed)
  • Chain: SRAM PC-1170
  • F/R Brake Calipers: SRAM CX1 Hydraulic Disc
  • F/R Brake Rotors: SRAM CLX Centerline, 140mm
  • Handlebar: KTM Team TM14 Road
  • Stem: KTM Team KT-6 7° 
  • Tape: KTM VL-Tape
  • Headset: KTM Team VP-B-151AM 
  • Saddle: Fi`zi:k Tundra M5, Manganese Rails
  • Seatpost: KTM Team SP-719 350/27.2
  • Weight: 8.2kg



Frame Size Seattube Length Top Tube Length Seat Angle Head Angle Headtube Length Chainstay Length Wheelbase Stack Reach
49cm 490mm 509mm 75° 71° 130mm 425mm 990mm 541mm 364mm
52cm 520mm 529mm 75° 71.5° 145mm 425mm 1006mm 557mm 380mm
55cm 550mm 550mm 74.5° 71.5° 160mm 425mm 1023mm 571mm 392mm
57cm 570mm 560mm 74° 72° 175mm 425mm 1024mm 586mm 392mm
59cm 590mm 572mm 73.5° 72° 200mm 425mm 1032mm 607mm 392mm

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Diving Deep with Alex Knott | A Cyclocross Machine | KTM Bike Industries | Canic CXC | 02:22

Welcome to Episode 1 of Diving Deep with Alex Knott. This web series is purely based to dive deep into the world of cycling/mountain biking, and give you all the technical details you need to better understand these machines. This episode we discuss the KTM Canic CXC and its stock components. This is truly a race ready machine right out of the box. We will be taking the Canic to the Dirty Kanza 200 in early June. Stay tuned for the modifications we will be making specifically for such a grueling gravel grinding race. KTM CANIC CXC:

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  1. Canic CXC 11

    Posted by Justin Rumley on Jul 26th 2017

    This bike is legit. So many great features that I was looking for when searching for a new cross rig. The Performance carbon frame and carbon fork dampen the bumps so well you don't realize the speeds you are hitting! The frame also has really smooth lines, hidden seat post binder, internally routed cables, rear axle spacing of 142x12mm and a through axle front hub. The stock wheels and tires are DT Swiss X 1700 wheels roll on Schwalbe X-One rubber and very race worthy along with a nicely chosen Fizik Tundra saddle. With the stock tires there is plenty of clearance at both wheels for mud. I am 5'-8" and went with the 52cm and the only thing I changed out was the stem to a 110mm. I have just under 100 miles on this bike and very happy with my purchase. It doesn't hurt that my favorite color is Orange!!!

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