Canfield Brothers back in the UK

by Marc Basiliere 3

Cranknuts Ltd. picks up distribution

The fabled Balance
The fabled Balance

Now in their fifteenth year, Canifield Brothers have been up to some pretty neat stuff of late.  In addition to the downhill and trail full sussers for which they’re best known, the company makes a couple of interesting 29er hardtails, some well-regarded pedals, a wide-range 9-36t cassette system, a burly/light all-mountain crankset, and even a kids’ downhill bike (more on that soon).  What they’ve been missing is UK distribution.  Thankfully, Cranknuts Ltd. have stepped in to represent the brand in the UK.

Canfield, UK-style
Canfield, UK-style

From Cranknuts:

Canfield Brothers are delighted to announce that Cranknuts Ltd are now representing Canfield Brothers in the UK as their authorised distributor for sales in the UK through Canfield Brothers design and produce some of the most desirable and highest performing frames and components available today, with the downhill competition roots of Chris and Lance Canfield shining strongly through in the award winning Jedi frame, Canfield Cranks and super slim Crampon pedals. Canfield have extended the performance into exciting 29er hardtails with the steel Nimble 29er and the lighter but tough Yelli Screamy 29er. An exciting development pipeline continues with the launch of the much-awaited new Canfield Balance, expected to hit the UK shores in early Autumn. Updates can be found at

Cranknuts is the distribution and on-line partner company of Overspoke Bikes, based in Worcestershire, England. Cranknuts is a specialist company dedicated to finding the best custom build performance bike frames and components globally, and bringing these to you in the UK.

Not just for big kids anymore.
Not just for big kids any more.

Comments (3)

  1. Nice brewery next to that shop

  2. Canfield HTs are good fun to ride. @cranknuts, try and the price down from the 800 quid or more they cost at the moment or they’ll remain in the “overpriced exotica” corner.

  3. I like the look of the balance in black. Shame I’ve just bought a new bike a few months ago

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