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Kasia Niewiadoma’s UCI Gravel World title-winning unreleased Canyon gravel bike

Kasia Niewiadoma's UCI Gravel World title-winning unreleased Canyon gravel bike

Kasia Niewiadoma took victory in what was her first-ever gravel race on Saturday at the UCI Gravel World Championships. The Polish rider left the rest of the field behind and arrived at the finish with a 33-second lead over Silvia Persico and Demi Vollering after nearly five hours of racing in Northern Italy. 

The decision to not televise the Women’s World Championship race drew criticism in the days leading up to the race although some short highlights were later shown. 

Like the men’s race winner Matej Mohorič, Niewiadoma took the UCI World Title aboard an as-of-yet unreleased bike. This time however it was a model from Canyon, not Merida. We also saw this same prototype bike at Unbound earlier in the year, with Carolin Schiff winning the women’s race. 

Canyon prototype gravel bike

We are still in the dark about the official title of the new Canyon gravel machine.  (Image credit: Thomas Maheux/

Though as mentioned, we don’t know what this Canyon bike is just yet. We speculated after Unbound it could possibly be an updated version of the Canyon Grail. It’s safe to say it isn’t a new Inflite, which got an update and top flight CFR status in late September. 

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