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    HELP! Canyon Endurace AL: HOLE IN FRAME!

    What is this hole?

    Need some help and I figure someone here has the answer. Please help me, please.

    What is this? What do I do with it? What is the plastic widget with the zip tie on it?

    The middle hole - not the braze-ons.

    Thanks!

    I am trying to build the bike tonight so I can test ride now and ride in the morning. HELP A DUDE OUT!

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    And yes this is a road bike question but I cannot post on roadbikereview because I don't have an account over there. Why would I have an account over there?

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    Did it include an owners manual?
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    Something to do with internal cable routing or electronic shifting routing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by life behind bars View Post
    Did it include an owners manual?
    Yes. Not in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgltrak View Post
    Something to do with internal cable routing or electronic shifting routing?
    Surely that is correct but...

    What do I do with it? Just put a bottle cage over and forget I ever saw it? Do I need to do something with that zip-tie?

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    Internal routing wouldn't be a round hole, unless it was designed by a moron.
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    HELP! Canyon Endurace AL: HOLE IN FRAME!

    I believe that's for mounting Shimano Di2 battery (the sestpost version, some bike frames allow it to fit in the downtube). I guess placing a bottle cage over it would be fine, but you can always double check with the manufacturer just to be sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elephant View Post
    What is this hole?

    Need some help and I figure someone here has the answer. Please help me, please.

    What is this? What do I do with it? What is the plastic widget with the zip tie on it?

    The middle hole - not the braze-ons.

    Thanks!

    I am trying to build the bike tonight so I can test ride now and ride in the morning. HELP A DUDE OUT!

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    And yes this is a road bike question but I cannot post on roadbikereview because I don't have an account over there. Why would I have an account over there?
    No worries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ntinos P View Post
    This is exactly the answer. Thanks so much.

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