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Giant 2013 bike catalogue

  1. 1. WELCOME towelcome TOGIANTgiantCYCLINGcyclingWORLDworldGiant was founded in 1972 with a mission to create better bikes andimprove the cycling experience. From the very start, innovationand manufacturing expertise set us apart.It began with our lightweight chromoly frames. Giants ability to producehigh-quality bikes at an affordable price allowed more riders to experiencecycling in a whole new way. Since then, Giant has pioneered advancementsin both aluminum and composite engineering. We introduced the firstaffordable carbon fiber bike, the Cadex 980 C, and revolutionized high-performance road bikes with our Compact Road Design. In mountainbiking, Giants Maestro Suspension established a new level ofperformance for off-road riding and racing.Over the last four decades, Giant has grown well beyond its manufacturingroots to become the worlds leading brand of quality bicycles and gear.With more than 12,000 retail partners worldwide, we aim to inspireadventure in all riders, from casual to competitive.Giant bikes win world championships. They win design awards too.But most importantly, they win the hearts of riders who choose to makecycling a part of their lives. We support that choice. We think it makesthe world a better place.Giant aims to be a trusted friend on every road, path and trail that unfoldsbefore you. Were proud to be part of your cycling adventures.RIDE LIFE. RIDE GIANT.RIDE LIFE. RIDE GIANT.
  2. 2. STAFF Giant Bicycle Canada, Inc. Unit 100-2255 Dollarton Highway, North Vancouver, BC V7H 3B1 Toll Free: 800.665.9311 Toll Free Fax: 800.665.1713 Web: giantbicycle.comNATIONAL SALES FORCE Mike Millar Guy Pellerin NATIONAL SALES MANAGER / TERRITORY MANAGER TERRITORY MANAGER - ONTARIO - MARITIMES mikemillar@giantbicycle.com guypellerin@giantbicycle.com Colby Large Ian Highway TERRITORY MANAGER - BC TERRITORY MANAGER colbylarge@giantbicycle.com - QUEBEC ianhighway@giantbicycle.com Dean Kendell TERRITORY MANAGER - ALBERTA & PRAIRIES deankendell@giantbicycle.comHead Office Sales Support Staff PAUL NASH SEAN KERR DEPUTY GENERAL MANAGER PRODUCT MANAGER paulnash@giantbicycle.com seankerr@giantbicycle.com ANDREW HEWAT chery lin Gear Business Supervisor POS Controller - Bike & Gear andrewhewat@giantbicycle.com cherylin@giantbicycle.com HUGO LANTHIER NICA NOVLESKY After Service/Quality Assurance event coordinator hugolanthier@giantbicycle.com public relations liv/gianT representative nicanovlesky@giantbicycle.com ANDREW ARMOUR Steve Devantier Internal Sales - Ontario & Quebec GRP Specialist andrewarmour@giantbicycle.com stevedevantier@giantbicycle.com STACEY COOK DAVID TSAI Internal Sales - BC & AB SHIPPING & RECEIVING Prairies & The Maritimes davidtsai@giantbicycle.com staceycook@giantbicycle.com LILLIAN TSENG SARAH SANGSTER ACCOUNTING MEDIA DESIGNER lilliantseng@giantbicycle.com sarahsangster@giantbicycle.com KITTY LIU Luke Kitzanuk ACCOUNTING STORE MANAGER kittyliu@giantbicycle.com lukekitzanuk@giantbicycle.com jennifer lai PHIL LEMAISTRE ACCOUNTING HEAD MECHANIC jenniferlai@giantbicycle.com phillemaistre@giantbicycle.com
  3. 3. ADVENTURE CONTENTS about giant Warranty Information 4STARTS HERE 40 Years. One Goal. 6 TECHNOLOGIES Advanced SL, Advanced & Giant Composite Technology 8 ALUXX Aluminum Technology 10 Maestro Suspension 12Welcome to Giant Cycling World. Whether you ride Compact Road Design 15 bikes Adult 21for competition, fitness or the sense of freedom that Women, Liv/giant 113comes from riding a bike, we’re here to inspire you Youth 159and empower all your adventures. We offer the most framesets On-Road 181complete and innovative line of high-quality bikes Off-Road 182 gear Rider Gear 187and gear, so every journey is the best it can be. Giant Wheelsystems 205 Bike Gear 217RIDE LIFE. RIDE GIANT. Liv/giant Gear 247 Service Gear 255 Bike Index ADULT Women youth ON-ROAD X-ROAD ON-ROAD x-ROAD ON-ROAD Performance Performance Performance Performance Lifestyle race Cyclocross Endurance Cyclocross Cruiser TCR - 21 TCX - 63 Avail - 113 TCX W - 139 Moda - 159 Endurance Bella - 159 Defy - 30 SPORT Sport SPORT First Bike adventure Fitness Adventure Animator - 160 Sport Roam - 67 Dash - 121 Rove - 140 Pudd’n - 160 FITNESS transit Pre - 161 Rapid - 39 Lifestyle Escape W - 124 Lifestyle L’il Giant Trike - 162 Comfort comfort CITY Sedona W - 143 Sedona - 71 Seek - 43 Lifestyle OFF-ROAD Transit City Escape - 46 OFF-ROAD Via W - 129 OFF-ROAD sport TRAIL Comfort Performance Performance XtC Jr. - 165 Lifestyle Cypress W - 131 race/xc race/xc Areva - 167 Folding A nthem X 29er - 75 Cruiser Anthem X 29er W - 147 ExpressWay - 52 A nthem X - 81 Simple W - 134 Trail Lifestyle City Trail Trance X W - 150 Recreation Via - 54 Trance X 29er - 83 Revel Jr. - 169 Comfort Trance X - 86 Sport Cypress - 56 XC Reign - 90 Talon 29er W - 152 BMX Cruiser gravity Dirt/street/park Simple - 59 Reign X - 93 Method - 175 Lifestyle Glory - 95 Recreation STP - 98 Revel W - 153 race/xc X tC 29er - 99 Sport XC Talon 29er - 103 Lifestyle Recreation Revel 29er - 105 Revel - 107 The riders depicted in the photographs herein are experienced professionals. Do not attempt to duplicate any stunts or maneuvers shown in this catalog. Giant strongly recommends that all riders wear helmets and appropriate safety gear while riding any Giant bicycle.
  4. 4. 4 WARRANTY GIANT BICYCLE LIMITED EXCLUSIONS WARRANTY The above warranty, or any implied Giant Bicycle Canada, Inc. (“Giant”) warranty, does not cover normal warrants for the original owner only, wear and tear on frames and parts the frame, rigid fork, or original such as tires, chains, brakes, cables component parts of each new Giant or in situations where there are no brand bicycle to be free from defects assembly or material defects. All in material and workmanship for warranties are void if the bicycle is the below specified periods. This modified from its original condition, warranty applies only to bicycles the bicycle has been serviced by and framesets purchased new from, other than an Authorized Giant and assembled by, an Authorized dealer or the bicycle is used for other Giant Dealer. than normal activities, including, but not limited to, failing to follow Lifetime Warranty: the owners manual or using the bicycle for commercial activities or in – All bicycle frames excluding models competitive events, including but not intended for downhill purposes limited to bicycle racing, stunt riding, ramp jumping or similar activities, 10 Year Warranty: and training for such activities or – Rigid forks events. Giant and its employees and agents shall not be liable for any loss 3 Year Warranty: or damage whatsoever (including incidental and consequential loss – Bicycle frames for models intended or damage caused by negligence or for downhill purposes (Glory only) default) arising from or concerning any Giant bicycle. Giant makes no 1 Year Warranty: other warranties, express or implied. – Paint and finish All implied warranties, including – All Hybrid electrical components the warranties of merchantability – All other original parts, including and fitness for a particular purpose, rear shock linkages, but excluding are limited in duration to that of the non-Giant Brand parts, suspension expressed warranties stated above. forks, and rear shock absorbers. Some provinces and territories do (All non-Giant brand parts, not allow limitations on how long an suspension forks, and rear shock implied warranty lasts, so the above absorbers shall be covered limitation may not apply to you. exclusively by the stated warranty of their original manufacturer.) This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other REQUIRED ASSEMBLY WHEN rights which vary from province to PURCHASED province, and territory to territory. An Authorized Giant Dealer is WHAT YOU SHOULD DO required to assemble your Giant brand bicycle, without charge, at the Bring your bicycle, along with time of purchase. an original purchase receipt to an Authorized Giant Dealer. The purchase receipt is required before a warranty claim may be processed. LIMITED REMEDY Claims made outside the country of purchase may be subject to fees and Unless otherwise provided, the sole additional restrictions. remedy under the above warranty, or any implied warranty, is limited to the replacement of defective **For 2011 and older model bicycles, please parts with those of equal or greater consult your owners manual or contact Giant value at the sole discretion of Giant. or your Authorized Giant dealer for the You will be responsible for labour applicable warranty information costs associated with warranty replacements. In no event shall Giant The following marks are registered or be responsible for direct, incidental common law marks of Giant Bicycle, Inc. or consequential damages, including, or Giant Manufacturing Company Ltd. without limitation, damages for All rights reserved. Alliance®, ALUXX®, personal injury, property damage, Animator ®, Anthem™, Bella®, Boulder ®, or economic losses, whether based Bowery™, Brass®, Cyclotron®, Cypress®, ©2012 Giant Bicycle Canada, Inc. on contract, warranty, negligence, DualFit®, Faith™, Five Point®, Glory®, Gloss™, All rights reserved. Specifications and product liability, or any other theory. Maestro®, Method®, Pudd’n®, Rainier ®, Reign®, availability subject to change without notice. Some provinces do not allow the Rincon®, Sedona®, STP™, Suede®, TCR®, All brand names are the trademarks of their exclusion or limitation of damages, Trance™, Trinity®, XTC®, Yukon®. respective owners. Printed in Canada. so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
  5. 5. TECHNOLOGYTECHNOLOGY
  6. 6. 40 Years. One Goal. ABOUT GIANT | Forty Years of InnovationTECHNOLOGY
  7. 7. CraftsmanshipFrom day one, Giant founder King Liu believed that lighter, faster, more durable bikescould make cycling more fun and more accessible to more people. So Giant set outto change the way bikes were made. The first decade was spent refining the buildingprocesses.Progress happened quickly. Lessons learned in those early years gave Giant its edge.Unlike most other brands, we produced our own frame materials, investing in the abilityto forge and shape tubing to meet specific performance demands.A constant hunger for progress created a culture of craftsmanship. Every bike that wentout the door required dozens of experienced hands to bring it to life. Giant’s advantagebecame expertise.Even as the company pushed into uncharted waters—stronger and lighter materials,more efficient production, improved quality control—reliability remained a hallmark of thebrand. Riders could trust Giant.InnovationIn 1981 Giant became the first major brand to mass-produce lightweight aluminumframes. Suddenly, more people around the world could experience a ride quality that waspreviously limited to expensive high-end bikes. Through technology and innovation, wewere advancing the bikes people rode, and the way they rode them.In 1987 Giant followed a similar route with carbon fiber. The Cadex 980 C, constructed withcarbon-fiber frame tubes and aluminum lugs, was regarded as the world’s first affordablecarbon-fiber road bike. From there, the list of innovations continued.All Giant technologies are born from collaborations between athletes, engineers and aglobal team of product developers. The insights and demands of cutting-edge worldchampions, riders who push the limits of man and machine, benefit us all. Technologiessuch as lightweight composites, advanced suspension systems and integratedcomponents trickle down, sparking innovations in competition, sport and lifestyle bikesof all types.InspirationThe most defining development at Giant over the past decade has been a newfounddedication to promoting the cycling lifestyle. From our world headquarters in Taiwanto our sales companies around the world, all the people who make Giant what it is—employees, retail partners, athletes, fans—are empowered through various programs to beambassadors of the sport.It starts at the top. King Liu (left) rediscovered the joy of the cycling life in his 70s, and nowspends much of his time touring various nations by bike to promote cycling. His long,sometimes arduous journeys spur motivation within the Giant family, and his travels sparkdialogue on the positive virtues of the cycling lifestyle.Our team and athlete partnerships strengthen our connection to the sport. At theOlympics, the Tour de France and other major events around the world, athletes rely onGiant to give them a winning edge.In return, we are awed by their incredible feats. When Rabobank road rider Robert Gesinkwins a dramatic mountain stage, or when Giant Factory Off-Road Team downhiller DannyHart rockets down a trail to win a world championship, millions around the world areinspired to ride.
  8. 8. KING OF8 COMPOSITES With more than 25 years’ experience in carbon fiber engineering, plus a long history of rigorous testing and development with its professional athletes, Giant leads the way in composite bicycle technology. To meet the needs of performance riders—from professionals to enthusiasts—Giant offers three grades of composite technology. COMPOSITE TECHNOLOGIES Modified Composite Grade Lightweight Lighter-weight Lightest-weight Monocoque Fusion CNT Continuous Giant Factory T-600 Material T-700 Material T-800 Material Construction Process Technology Fiber Technology Built Advanced SL X X X X X X Advanced X X X Giant Composite X X X Advanced SL Composite Technology Professional-grade frame technology used by Giant’s world champion racers. These frames are handcrafted with the most advanced materials, engineering and construction methods. 1. T-800 Carbon Fiber: This highest grade raw 3 carbon fiber is used to create a proprietary composite frame material that is woven and processed in Giant’s own composite factory. 2 2. Fusion Process: Advanced SL toptubes are “grafted” to the seattube using filament winding and co-molding. This complex process involves hand weaving the two tubes together, then 1 4 re-molding the area under heat and high pressure to unify the junction—resulting in a lighter, stronger junction than with traditional molding. 3. CNT Technology: Carbon Nanotube Technology refers to a microscopic polymer added to Giant’s custom-blended resin*. Acting like miniature buttresses, CNT particles strengthen the layers of composite. Frames featuring CNT are 14 percent more impact- resistant than those without it. 4. Continuous Fiber Technology: This manufacturing process allows Giant to construct the front triangle of Advanced SL bicycles* with larger, and therefore fewer, sections of composite material. With fewer pieces and junctions, the frames are up to 100 grams lighter and significantly stronger. *Found on select 2013 framesets
  9. 9. Advanced Composite Technology High-performance frame technology used to handcraft extremely lightweight, stiff and compliant frames. 1 1. T-700 Carbon Fiber: High-performance raw carbon fiber is used to create this custom composite frame material that is woven and processed in Giant’s own composite factory. 2. Modified Monocoque Construction: The front triangle (downtube, headtube, toptube, seattube) is assembled and molded as one 2 continuous piece. This front half is then joined to the rear chainstays and seatstays in a secondary process. Modified Monocoque Construction eliminates the outermost woven composite sheet to reduce weight without affecting ride quality, strength or stiffness. giant Composite Technology Performance-grade frame technology used to produce lightweight, stiff and compliant frames that balance ride quality and value. 1. T-600 Carbon Fiber: Performance-grade raw carbon fiber is used to create this custom composite frame material that produces a lightweight, stiff and compliant ride. 2. Modified Monocoque Construction: The front triangle (downtube, headtube, toptube,1 seattube) is assembled and molded as one continuous piece. This front half is then joined to the rear chainstays and seatstays in a secondary process. Modified Monocoque Construction eliminates the outermost woven composite sheet to reduce weight without affecting ride quality, strength or stiffness. 2
  10. 10. THE FUTURE10 OF ALUMINUM Giant goes beyond the limits of standard aluminum with its own ALUXX Aluminum Technology, a masterful blend of cutting-edge material science and proprietary forming and construction techniques. From the microscopic manipulation of the atomic grain structure to hydro-formed tubesets, Giant has been at the forefront of aluminum engineering for more than three decades. ALUXX Aluminum is the result of these efforts. With Giant’s in-house manufacturing capabilities, each step of the production process can be closely monitored so that every alloy bike meets the tightest tolerances and highest quality standards. Ride Giant’s ALUXX Aluminum Technology and experience the finest aluminum frames available. ALUXX Aluminum Technology is available in two grades: ALUXX SL • The highest strength-to-weight ratio • State-of-the-art tubeset forming, heat treating and joining techniques ALUXX • Effective strength-to-weight ratio • Tried-and-true materials and construction techniques
  11. 11. 1 3 2THE ALUXX ADVANTAGE1 STIFF AND LIGHT 2 PERFECTLY TUNED RIDE 3 GUSSET-FREE DESIGN Features: Formed from raw materials in Giant’s Features: Raw ALUXX SL tubesets are further Features: Many manufacturers use old-fashioned own forging facility, ALUXX SL proprietary alloy is 30 refined through a complex series of processes that gussets, additional pieces of material welded to the percent stiffer than traditional 6061 series aluminum. increase strength (extrusion), reduce weight (butting) outside of tube junctions, for additional support. Giant The increased stiffness allows engineers to use less and optimize frame shapes (forming). Two key Giant pioneered and perfected the use of radically shaped material throughout the tubes, which results in lighter technologies—FluidForming and press-forming— tubesets with all the strength and stability of gusseted frames that never sacrifice strength or durability. work together to eliminate gussets, improve stiffness tubes—but no added material or welds. and minimize weight. Benefit: Riders can experience lighter and stiffer Benefit: Stronger, lighter frames with smoother lines frames without sacrificing strength. Benefit: With advanced tubeset manipulation, Giant and fewer junctions are made possible by Giant’s can improve the overall riding characteristics of the advanced alloy manipulation capabilities. bike, adding stability where it is needed and removing material where it is not.
  12. 12. 12 MAESTRO SUSPENSION TECHNOLOGY From Gravity off-road riding to XC/Race there’s a Giant Maestro Suspension bike to suit every riding style. The standard-setter for modern bicycle suspension, Maestro is the full-suspension platform used on every Giant performance mountain bike. Ranging from 4 to 8 inches of travel, Maestro improves the ride on any type of trail.
  13. 13. 1 Three core benefits set Maestro Suspension Technology apart from the rest:2 PEDALING EFFICIENCY: W hether you’re sprinting up a climb or coasting through a rock garden, Maestro Suspension performs consistently under pedaling power and doesn’t compromise efficiency. COMPLETE SUSPENSION ACTIVITY: F rom high-frequency trail vibrations to heavy-hitting compressions, Maestro Suspension soaks up the full spectrum of trail impacts. TOTAL BRAKE INDEPENDENCE: Even under full braking force, Maestro Suspension remains fully active and reactive. how it works 1 CONTACT EQUALS CONTROL Features: Maestro’s linear spring curve allows the rear suspension to feel incredibly sensitive to small bump forces. The floating pivot point keeps the suspension completely active while braking and the rear tire in contact with the ground. Benefit: Better tire contact with the ground improves your control. And the more sensitive your suspension is, the better your acceleration, braking and cornering traction. 2 FOUR, TWO, ONE Features: Maestro utilizes four strategically positioned pivot points (identified as the four red dots) and two linkages that all work to create a single floating pivot point (identified as the red circle). Benefit: This single floating pivot point improves pedaling efficiency by counteracting pedaling forces that would otherwise create suspension compression (squatting) or pedal kickback (bobbing). Both seriously hinder performance by sapping energy from you and your bike. 3 3 LIGHT AND STRONG Features: Maestro-equipped frames feature lightweight co-pivot designs to shed hundreds of grams of unnecessary weight without sacrificing stiffness or strength. Benefit: Lighter is faster—up or down the trail.
  14. 14. 14 TAKE THE WORLD BY STORM It wasn’t just the fact that he won the downhill world championship. It was how he did it. At age 20, just two years out of the junior ranks, Danny Hart of the Giant Factory Off-Road Team went to the 2011 Worlds in Champéry, Switzerland, as an outside contender for a medal. He had shown flashes of brilliance throughout the year and had established himself as one to watch. On race day in Switzerland, a heavy rainstorm engulfed the mountain. “I saw a river running down the track,” Danny said. “But I come from England, and it rains every weekend.” What came next is hard to describe. Fans had witnessed Danny’s electrifying style, fast and loose, all year long, but this was something no one had seen. He carved through corners as if they were dry. Hammered the straights, sailed through treacherous rock gardens, floated over slimy roots. He was so far ahead of the nearest competitor, he threw a big whip on the last jump. The announcers went crazy. In the coming days and weeks, over a million YouTube viewers watched the winning run. So what next? Danny went back home to Redcar, England. He trained even harder for the upcoming season. He worked with Giant and his team mechanics to make his bike even faster. And he got used to the feeling of wearing that rainbow- striped jersey. That’s how you take the world by storm.
  15. 15. 15COMPACT ROAD DESIGNAt the heart of every Giant performance road bike is a unique frame design that was originally created to give proroad racers an advantage at major events like the Tour de France. Compact Road Design, introduced in 1997, hasstood the test of time, winning countless pro races over the past 15 years and setting the performance benchmarkfor road riders of all levels.The concept is simple: A toptube that slopes downward from the headtube to the seattube reduces the size of thefront and rear triangles.Here’s how the design benefits all road riders: SMOOTHERLIGHTER With traditional geometry, builders increase stiffness by usingCompact Road’s most distinctive feature, the downward-sloping stiffer material. That might help you sprint faster but it also makestoptube, results in smaller front and rear triangles on the frame. for a less comfortable ride. With Compact Road, Giant engineersBecause the triangles are smaller, less material is needed. are able to design frames with just the right amount of verticalLess material equals less weight. compliance. You get a smoother, more comfortable ride.STIFFER BETTER FITPicture two triangles made from equal diameter tubing. The smaller, Because of the sloping toptube and lower standover height, it’smore compact triangle uses shorter tubes. The larger triangle easier for riders of all sizes to get the perfect fit. With greaterrequires longer tubes. It’s easy to see which is more structurally adjustability and up to six sizes per series, even Giant’s prosound—the smaller triangle is stiffer, less susceptible to flexing athletes, who range from women who are 5 feet tall to men whoand twisting. And on a performance road frame, stiffer is faster. stand 6-foot-5, get a perfect fit with stock-size frames.COMPACT ROAD SIZINGCONVENTIONAL FRAME SIZING (CM) RIDER HEIGHT COMPACT ROAD FRAME SIZE SEATTUBE / TOPTUBE LENGTH (CM)49–51 5 2 – 5 4 XS 42 / 5251–54 5 4 – 5 7 S 44 / 53.555–57 5 7 – 5 10 M 50 / 55.557–59 5 10 – 6 0 M / L 53.5 / 5758–60 6 0 – 6 3 L 55.5 / 58.561–63 6 3 – 6 6 XL 58.5 / 61WOMEN COMPACT ROAD SIZINGCONVENTIONAL FRAME SIZING (CM) RIDER HEIGHT COMPACT ROAD FRAME SIZE SEATTUBE / TOPTUBE LENGTH (CM)49–51 5 2 – 5 4 XS 42 / 5251–54 5 4 – 5 6 S 44 / 53.555–57 5 6 – 5 8 M 50 / 55.557–59 5 7 – 5 10 L 53.5 / 56.5
  16. 16. 16 WELCOME TO GIANT CYCLING WORLD From your daily commuter or weekend adventure bike to the cutting edge machines that win world championships, every Giant bike is designed for one purpose: You. It’s your cycling life, make the most of it with Giant. Women Page 113 youth Page 159 where do you ride? on-road 21 I ride paved roads and paths.
  17. 17. x-road 63 off-road 75I ride a mix of dirt and pavement. I ride singletrack and dirt paths.
  18. 18. 18 ON-ROAD
  19. 19. ON-ROAD
  20. 20. ON-ROAD ON-ROAD
  21. 21. TCR Advanced SL Rabobank 21$SpecificationsframeSIZES XS, S, M, M/L, L, XLCOLOURS Rabobank Team Edition 30 cm/12inchesFRAME Advanced SL-Grade Composite, Integrated Seatpost, Custom for Shimano Di2 ElectronicFORK Advanced SL-Grade Composite, Full-Composite OverDrive 2 Steerer, 1 1/4-1 1/2 BearingsSHOCK N/AcomponentsHANDLEBAR PRO Vibe OS Anatomic DC Routing - 31.8 HSTEM Giant Contact SLR - 1 1/4SEATPOST N/ASADDLE Fizi:k Arione CX w/ Braided RailsPEDALS N/AdrivetrainSHIFTERS Shimano Dura-Ace GFRONT DERAILLEUR Shimano Dura-AceREAR DERAILLEUR Shimano Dura-AceBRAKES Shimano Dura-Ace frame geometryBRAKE LEVERS Shimano Dura-Ace Actual Part Head Seat Frame Size Number Angle Angle* Top Tube** Headtube Chainstay Wheelbase Standover Height***CASSETTE Shimano Dura-Ace 11x25, 11-SpeedCHAIN Shimano Dura-Ace A B C D E F G HCRANKSET Shimano Dura-Ace, 53/39 cm deg deg cm cm cm cm inBOTTOM BRACKET Shimano Press Fit XS/68.0 30009012 71.0 74.5 51.5 12.0 40.5 97.2 28.5wheels S/71.0 30009013 72.0 73.5 53.5 13.5 40.5 97.4 29.2RIMS Giant P-SLR1 M/74.0 30009014 73.0 73.0 55.5 15.0 40.5 98.0 30.1HUBS Giant P-SLR1SPOKES Giant P-SLR1 M/L/77.0 30009015 73.0 72.5 57.0 17.0 40.5 99.2 31.0TIRES Giant P-SL1, Front and Rear Specific, 700x23c, L/79.0 30009016 73.0 72.5 58.5 18.5 40.5 100.6 31.7 FoldingEXTRAS XL/82.0 30009017 73.0 72.0 60.5 20.0 40.5 102.1 32.4RideSense, 2 ISP clamps provided: Regular 20mm XL 45mm, SL bond-in *Seat angle is actual. **Toptube is measured from center of headtube horizontally back to the top of the effective extension of the seattube.steerer plug SL top cap w/ alloy bolt ***Standover height is based on the largest size tire that will fit the bike, not necessarily the included size tire.
  22. 22. 22 TCR Advanced SL 3 $ NOTE: Actual stem not as shown. (Spec listed below is correct) Specifications frame SIZES XS, S, M, M/L, L, XL COLOURS Composite/Light Green/White 30 cm/12inches FRAME Advanced SL-Grade Composite, Integrated Seatpost FORK Advanced SL-Grade Composite, Full-Composite OverDrive 2 Steerer, 1 1/4-1 1/2 Bearings SHOCK N/A components HANDLEBAR Giant Contact - 31.8 H STEM Giant Contact - 1 1/4 SEATPOST N/A SADDLE Fizi:k Arione w/ Manganese Rails PEDALS N/A drivetrain SHIFTERS Shimano Ultegra Di2 G FRONT DERAILLEUR Shimano Ultegra Di2 REAR DERAILLEUR Shimano Ultegra Di2 BRAKES Shimano Ultegra frame geometry BRAKE LEVERS Shimano Ultegra Di2 Actual Part Head Seat Frame Size Number Angle Angle* Top Tube** Headtube Chainstay Wheelbase Standover Height*** CASSETTE Shimano Ultegra 11x25, 10-Speed CHAIN KMC X10SL A B C D E F G H CRANKSET Shimano Ultegra, 53/39 cm deg deg cm cm cm cm in BOTTOM BRACKET Shimano Press Fit XS/68.0 30008612 71.0 74.5 51.5 12.0 40.5 97.2 28.5 wheels S/71.0 30008613 72.0 73.5 53.5 13.5 40.5 97.4 29.2 RIMS Giant P-SL0 M/74.0 30008614 73.0 73.0 55.5 15.0 40.5 98.0 30.1 HUBS Giant P-SL0 SPOKES Giant P-SL0 M/L/77.0 30008615 73.0 72.5 57.0 17.0 40.5 99.2 31.0 TIRES Giant P-SL1, Front and Rear Specific, 700x23c, L/79.0 30008616 73.0 72.5 58.5 18.5 40.5 100.6 31.7 Folding EXTRAS XL/82.0 30008617 73.0 72.0 60.5 20.0 40.5 102.1 32.4 RideSense, 2 ISP clamps provided: Regular 20mm XL 45mm, SL bond-in *Seat angle is actual. **Toptube is measured from center of headtube horizontally back to the top of the effective extension of the seattube. steerer plug SL top cap w/ alloy bolt ***Standover height is based on the largest size tire that will fit the bike, not necessarily the included size tire.
  23. 23. TCR Advanced SL 4 23$Specificationsframe 30 cm/12inchesSIZES S, M, M/L, LCOLOURS Composite/Red/WhiteFRAME Advanced SL-Grade Composite, Vector SeatpostFORK Advanced SL-Grade Composite, Full-Composite OverDrive 2 Steerer, 1 1/4-1 1/2 BearingsSHOCK N/Acomponents HHANDLEBAR Giant Contact - 31.8STEM Giant Contact - 1 1/4SEATPOST Giant Vector CompositeSADDLE Fizi:k Arione w/ Manganese RailsPEDALS N/AdrivetrainSHIFTERS Shimano Ultegra GFRONT DERAILLEUR Shimano UltegraREAR DERAILLEUR Shimano UltegraBRAKES Shimano Ultegra frame geometryBRAKE LEVERS Shimano Ultegra Actual Part Head Seat Top Tube** Headtube Chainstay Wheelbase StandoverCASSETTE Shimano Ultegra 11x25, 10-Speed Frame Size Number Angle Angle* Height***CHAIN KMC X10SL A B C D E F G HCRANKSET Shimano Ultegra, 53/39 cm deg deg cm cm cm cm inBOTTOM BRACKET Shimano Press Fit S/46.5 30008213 72.0 73.5 53.5 13.5 40.5 97.4 29.2wheelsRIMS Giant P-SL0 M/50.0 30008214 73.0 73.0 55.5 15.0 40.5 98.0 30.1HUBS Giant P-SL0 M/L/53.5 30008215 73.0 72.5 57.0 17.0 40.5 99.2 31.0SPOKES Giant P-SL0 L/55.5 30008216 73.0 72.5 58.5 18.5 40.5 100.6 31.7TIRES Giant P-SL1, Front and Rear Specific, 700x23c, Folding *Seat angle is actual. **Toptube is measured from center of headtube horizontally back to the top of the effective extension of the seattube. ***Standover height is based on the largest size tire that will fit the bike, not necessarily the included size tire.EXTRASRideSense, 2 ISP clamps provided: Regular 20mm XL 45mm, SL bond-insteerer plug SL top cap w/ alloy bolt
  24. 24. 24 TCR Advanced 0 $ Specifications frame 30 cm/12inches SIZES XS, S, M, M/L, L, XL COLOURS Composite/White/Blue FRAME Advanced-Grade Composite FORK Advanced-Grade Composite, Full-Composite OverDrive 2 Steerer, 1 1/4-1 1/2 Bearings SHOCK N/A components H HANDLEBAR Giant Contact - 31.8 STEM Giant Contact - 1 1/4 SEATPOST Giant Vector Composite SADDLE Fizi:k Arione w/ Manganese Rails PEDALS N/A drivetrain SHIFTERS Shimano Ultegra Di2 G FRONT DERAILLEUR Shimano Ultegra Di2 REAR DERAILLEUR BRAKES Shimano Ultegra Di2 Shimano Ultegra frame geometry BRAKE LEVERS Shimano Ultegra Di2 Actual Part Head Seat Top Tube** Headtube Chainstay Wheelbase Standover Frame Size Number Angle Angle* Height*** CASSETTE Shimano Ultegra 11x25, 10-Speed CHAIN KMC X10SL A B C D E F G H CRANKSET Shimano Ultegra, 53/39 cm deg deg cm cm cm cm in BOTTOM BRACKET Shimano Press Fit XS/43.0 30007712 71.0 74.5 51.5 12.0 40.5 97.2 28.5 wheels S/46.5 30007713 72.0 73.5 53.5 13.5 40.5 97.4 29.2 RIMS Giant P-SL0 M/50.0 30007714 73.0 73.0 55.5 15.0 40.5 98.0 30.1 HUBS Giant P-SL0 M/L/53.5 30007715 73.0 72.5 57.0 17.0 40.5 99.2 31.0 SPOKES Giant P-SL0 Giant P-SL1, Front and Rear Specific, 700x23c, L/55.5 30007716 73.0 72.5 58.5 18.5 40.5 100.6 31.7 TIRES Folding XL/58.5 30007717 73.0 72.0 60.5 20.0 40.5 102.1 32.4 EXTRAS *Seat angle is actual. **Toptube is measured from center of headtube horizontally back to the top of the effective extension of the seattube. RideSense ***Standover height is based on the largest size tire that will fit the bike, not necessarily the included size tire.
  25. 25. TCR Advanced Rabobank 25$Specificationsframe 30 cm/12inchesSIZES XS, S, M, M/L, L, XLCOLOURS Rabobank Team EditionFRAME Advanced-Grade CompositeFORK Advanced-Grade Composite, Full-Composite OverDrive 2 Steerer, 1 1/4-1 1/2 BearingsSHOCK N/Acomponents HHANDLEBAR Giant Contact - 31.8STEM Giant Contact - 1 1/4SEATPOST Giant Vector CompositeSADDLE Fizi:k Arione w/ Manganese RailsPEDALS N/AdrivetrainSHIFTERS Shimano Ultegra GFRONT DERAILLEUR Shimano UltegraREAR DERAILLEUR Shimano UltegraBRAKES Shimano Ultegra frame geometryBRAKE LEVERS Shimano Ultegra Actual Part Head Seat Frame Size Number Angle Angle* Top Tube** Headtube Chainstay Wheelbase Standover Height***CASSETTE Shimano Ultegra 11x25, 10-SpeedCHAIN KMC X10SL A B C D E F G HCRANKSET Shimano Ultegra, 53/39 cm deg deg cm cm cm cm inBOTTOM BRACKET Shimano Press Fit XS/43.0 30007502 71.0 74.5 51.5 12.0 40.5 97.2 28.5wheels S/46.5 30007503 72.0 73.5 53.5 13.5 40.5 97.4 29.2RIMS Giant P-SL0 M/50.0 30007504 73.0 73.0 55.5 15.0 40.5 98.0 30.1HUBS Giant P-SL0SPOKES Giant P-SL0 M/L/53.5 30007505 73.0 72.5 57.0 17.0 40.5 99.2 31.0TIRES Giant P-SL1, Front and Rear Specific, 700x23c, L/55.5 30007506 73.0 72.5 58.5 18.5 40.5 100.6 31.7 FoldingEXTRAS XL/58.5 30007507 73.0 72.0 60.5 20.0 40.5 102.1 32.4RideSense *Seat angle is actual. **Toptube is measured from center of headtube horizontally back to the top of the effective extension of the seattube. ***Standover height is based on the largest size tire that will fit the bike, not necessarily the included size tire.
  26. 26. 26 TCR Advanced 2 $ Specifications frame 30 cm/12inches SIZES XS, S, M, M/L, L, XL COLOURS Composite/Grey/Blue FRAME Advanced-Grade Composite FORK Advanced-Grade Composite, Full-Composite OverDrive 2 Steerer, 1 1/4-1 1/2 Bearings SHOCK N/A components H HANDLEBAR Giant Connect SL - 31.8 STEM Giant Contact 1 1/4 SEATPOST Giant Vector Composite SADDLE Fizi:k Arione w/ Manganese Rails PEDALS N/A drivetrain SHIFTERS Shimano 105 G FRONT DERAILLEUR Shimano 105 REAR DERAILLEUR BRAKES Shimano 105 Shimano 105 frame geometry BRAKE LEVERS Shimano 105 Actual Part Head Seat Top Tube** Headtube Chainstay Wheelbase Standover Frame Size Number Angle Angle* Height*** CASSETTE Shimano 105 12x25, 10-Speed CHAIN KMC X10SL A B C D E F G H CRANKSET Shimano 105, 53/39 cm deg deg cm cm cm cm in BOTTOM BRACKET Shimano Press Fit XS/43.0 30007012 71.0 74.5 51.5 12.0 40.5 97.2 28.5 wheels S/46.5 30007013 72.0 73.5 53.5 13.5 40.5 97.4 29.2 RIMS Giant P-SL1 M/50.0 30007014 73.0 73.0 55.5 15.0 40.5 98.0 30.1 HUBS Giant P-SL1 M/L/53.5 30007015 73.0 72.5 57.0 17.0 40.5 99.2 31.0 SPOKES Giant P-SL1 Giant P-SL1, Front and Rear Specific, 700x23c, L/55.5 30007016 73.0 72.5 58.5 18.5 40.5 100.6 31.7 TIRES Folding XL/58.5 30007017 73.0 72.0 60.5 20.0 40.5 102.1 32.4 EXTRAS *Seat angle is actual. **Toptube is measured from center of headtube horizontally back to the top of the effective extension of the seattube. RideSense ***Standover height is based on the largest size tire that will fit the bike, not necessarily the included size tire.
  27. 27. TCR Composite 0 CMYK / GREYSCALE APPLICATION 27$ 1 COLOR / SPOT APPLICATION KNOCKOUT APPLICATIONSpecificationsframe 30 cm/12inchesSIZES XS, S, M, M/L, L, XLCOLOURS Satin Black/Blue/SilverFRAME Giant Composite TechnologyFORK Advanced-Grade Composite, Alloy OverDrive Steerer, 1 1/8-1 1/4 BearingsSHOCK N/Acomponents HHANDLEBAR Giant Connect SL - 31.8STEM Giant Connect SLSEATPOST Giant Vector CompositeSADDLE Fizi:k Arione w/ Manganese RailsPEDALS N/AdrivetrainSHIFTERS Shimano Ultegra Di2 GFRONT DERAILLEUR Shimano Ultegra Di2REAR DERAILLEUR Shimano Ultegra Di2 frame geometryBRAKES Shimano Ultegra Actual Part Head Seat Top Tube** Headtube Chainstay Wheelbase StandoverBRAKE LEVERS Shimano Ultegra Di2 Frame Size Number Angle Angle* Height***CASSETTE Shimano Ultegra 11x28, 10-Speed A B C D E F G HCHAIN KMC X10L cm deg deg cm cm cm cm inCRANKSET Shimano Ultegra, 50/34BOTTOM BRACKET Shimano Press Fit XS/43.0 30006712 71.0 74.5 51.5 12.0 40.5 97.2 28.5wheels S/46.5 30006713 72.0 73.5 53.5 13.5 40.5 97.4 29.2RIMS Giant P-SL1 M/50.0 30006714 73.0 73.0 55.5 15.0 40.5 98.0 30.1HUBS Giant P-SL1 M/L/53.5 30006715 73.0 72.5 57.0 17.0 40.5 99.2 31.0SPOKES Giant P-SL1 L/55.5 30006716 73.0 72.5 58.5 18.5 40.5 100.6 31.7TIRES Giant P-R3, Front and Rear Specific, 700x23c XL/58.5 30006717 73.0 72.0 60.5 20.0 40.5 102.1 32.4 *Seat angle is actual. **Toptube is measured from center of headtube horizontally back to the top of the effective extension of the seattube. ***Standover height is based on the largest size tire that will fit the bike, not necessarily the included size tire.
  28. 28. 28 TCR Composite 2 CMYK / GREYSCALE APPLICATION $ 1 COLOR / SPOT APPLICATION KNOCKOUT APPLICATION Specifications frame 30 cm/12inches SIZES XS, S, M, M/L, L, XL COLOURS Black/Red/White, White/Silver/Purple FRAME Giant Composite Technology FORK Advanced-Grade Composite, Alloy OverDrive Steerer, 1 1/8-1 1/4 Bearings SHOCK N/A components H HANDLEBAR Giant Connect - 31.8 STEM Giant Connect SEATPOST Giant Vector Composite SADDLE Giant TCR Saddle PEDALS N/A drivetrain SHIFTERS Shimano 105 G FRONT DERAILLEUR Shimano 105 REAR DERAILLEUR Shimano 105 frame geometry BRAKES Tektro TK-R540 Actual Part Part Head Seat Top Standover BRAKE LEVERS Shimano 105 Frame Size Number Number Angle Angle* Tube** Headtube Chainstay Wheelbase Height*** CASSETTE Shimano Tiagra 12x28, 10-Speed A B C D E F G H CHAIN KMC X10L BLK/RED/ cm WHT/SIL/PUR deg deg cm cm cm cm in CRANKSET Shimano 105, 50/34 WHT BOTTOM BRACKET Shimano Press Fit XS/43.0 30006412 30006422 71.0 74.5 51.5 12.0 40.5 97.2 28.5 wheels S/46.5 30006413 30006423 72.0 73.5 53.5 13.5 40.5 97.4 29.2 RIMS Giant P-R2, Double Wall M/50.0 30006414 30006424 73.0 73.0 55.5 15.0 40.5 98.0 30.1 HUBS Giant Sealed Bearing, 24/28h M/L/53.5 30006415 30006425 73.0 72.5 57.0 17.0 40.5 99.2 31.0 SPOKES DT Swiss Competition, 14/15G TIRES Giant P-R3, Front and Rear Specific, 700x23 L/55.5 30006416 30006426 73.0 72.5 58.5 18.5 40.5 100.6 31.7 XL/58.5 30006417 30006427 73.0 72.0 60.5 20.0 40.5 102.1 32.4 *Seat angle is actual. **Toptube is measured from center of headtube horizontally back to the top of the effective extension of the seattube. ***Standover height is based on the largest size tire that will fit the bike, not necessarily the included size tire.
  29. 29. TCR 1 29$Specificationsframe 30 cm/12inchesSIZES XS, S, M, M/L, L, XLCOLOURS Black/Blue/WhiteFRAME ALUXX SL-Grade AluminumFORK Composite, Alloy OverDrive Steerer, 1 1/8-1 1/4 BearingsSHOCK N/A HcomponentsHANDLEBAR Giant Connect - 31.8STEM Giant ConnectSEATPOST Giant Connect Composite - 30.9SADDLE Giant TCR SaddlePEDALS N/Adrivetrain GSHIFTERS Shimano 105FRONT DERAILLEUR Shimano 105REAR DERAILLEURBRAKES Shimano 105 Tektro TK-R540 frame geometryBRAKE LEVERS Shimano 105 Actual Part Head Seat Top Tube** Headtube Chainstay Wheelbase Standover Frame Size Number Angle Angle* Height***CASSETTE Shimano Tiagra 12x28, 10-SpeedCHAIN KMC X10L A B C D E F G HCRANKSET Shimano 105, 50/34 cm deg deg cm cm cm cm inBOTTOM BRACKET Shimano Press Fit XS/43.0 30006112 71.0 74.5 51.5 12.0 40.5 97.2 28.5wheels S/46.5 30006113 72.0 73.5 53.5 13.5 40.5 97.4 29.2RIMS Giant P-R2, Double Wall M/50.0 30006114 73.0 73.0 55.5 15.0 40.5 98.0 30.1HUBS Giant Sealed Bearing, 24/28h M/L/53.5 30006115 73.0 72.5 57.0 17.0 40.5 99.2 31.0SPOKES DT Swiss Competition, 14/15GTIRES Giant P-R3, Front and Rear Specific, 700x23c L/55.5 30006116 73.0 72.5 58.5 18.5 40.5 100.6 31.7 XL/58.5 30006117 73.0 72.0 60.5 20.0 40.5 102.1 32.4 *Seat angle is actual. **Toptube is measured from center of headtube horizontally back to the top of the effective extension of the seattube. ***Standover height is based on the largest size tire that will fit the bike, not necessarily the included size tire.
  30. 30. 30 Defy Advanced SL Rabobank $ Specifications frame SIZES S, M, M/L, L, XL COLOURS Rabobank Team Edition 30 cm/12inches FRAME Advanced SL-Grade Composite, Integrated Seatpost FORK Advanced SL-Grade Composite, Full-Composite OverDrive 2 Steerer, 1 1/4-1 1/2 Bearings SHOCK N/A components HANDLEBAR Giant Contact SLR - 31.8 H STEM Giant Contact SLR - 1 1/4 SEATPOST N/A SADDLE Fizi:k Alliante w/ Braided Rails PEDALS N/A drivetrain SHIFTERS Shimano Dura-Ace G FRONT DERAILLEUR Shimano Dura-Ace REAR DERAILLEUR Shimano Dura-Ace BRAKES Shimano Dura-Ace frame geometry BRAKE LEVERS Shimano Dura-Ace CASSETTE Shimano Dura-Ace 11x28, 11-Speed Actual Part Head Seat Top Tube** Headtube Chainstay Wheelbase Standover Frame Size Number Angle Angle* Height*** CHAIN Shimano Dura-Ace A B C D E F G H CRANKSET Shimano Dura-Ace, 52/36 cm deg deg cm cm cm cm in BOTTOM BRACKET Shimano Press Fit wheels S/71.0 30005013 72.0 74.0 53.0 14.5 42.0 99.0 29.7 RIMS Giant P-SLR1 M/74.0 30005014 72.5 73.5 54.5 16.5 42.0 99.5 30.6 HUBS Giant P-SLR1 M/L77.0 30005015 72.5 73.0 56.0 18.5 42.0 100.7 31.1 SPOKES Giant P-SLR1 L/79.0 30005016 72.5 73.0 57.5 20.5 42.0 102.2 32.0 TIRES Giant P-SL1, Front and Rear Specific, 700x23c, Folding XL/82.0 30005017 72.5 72.5 59.5 22.5 42.0 103.7 32.8 EXTRAS *Seat angle is actual. **Toptube is measured from center of headtube horizontally back to the top of the effective extension of the seattube. RideSense, 2 ISP clamps provided: Regular 20mm XL 45mm, SL bond-in ***Standover height is based on the largest size tire that will fit the bike, not necessarily the included size tire. steerer plug SL top cap w/ alloy bolt
  31. 31. Defy Advanced 0 31$Specificationsframe 30 cm/12inchesSIZES XS, S, M, M/L, L, XLCOLOURS Composite/White/GreyFRAME Advanced-Grade CompositeFORK Advanced-Grade Composite, Full-Composite OverDrive 2 Steerer, 1 1/4-1 1/2 BearingsSHOCK N/Acomponents HHANDLEBAR Giant Contact - 31.8STEM Giant Contact - 1 1/4SEATPOST Giant Vector CompositeSADDLE Fizi:k Alliante DeltaPEDALS N/AdrivetrainSHIFTERS Shimano Ultegra Di2 GFRONT DERAILLEUR Shimano Ultegra Di2REAR DERAILLEUR Shimano Ultegra Di2BRAKES Shimano Ultegra frame geometryBRAKE LEVERS Shimano Ultegra Di2 Actual Part Head Seat Frame Size Number Angle Angle* Top Tube** Headtube Chainstay Wheelbase Standover Height***CASSETTE Shimano Ultegra 11x28, 10-SpeedCHAIN KMC X10L A B C D E F G HCRANKSET Shimano Ultegra, 50/34 cm deg deg cm cm cm cm inBOTTOM BRACKET Shimano Press Fit XS/43.0 30004312 71.0 74.0 51.5 12.5 42.0 98.3 29.0wheels S/46.5 30004313 72.0 74.0 53.0 14.5 42.0 99.0 29.7RIMS Giant P-SL0 M/50.0 30004314 72.5 73.5 54.5 16.5 42.0 99.5 30.6HUBS Giant P-SL0SPOKES Giant P-SL0 M/L/53.5 30004315 72.5 73.0 56.0 18.5 42.0 100.7 31.1TIRES Giant P-SL1, Front and Rear Specific, 700x23c, L/55.5 30004316 72.5 73.0 57.5 20.5 42.0 102.2 32.0 FoldingEXTRAS XL/58.5 30004317 72.5 72.5 59.5 22.5 42.0 103.7 32.8RideSense *Seat angle is actual. **Toptube is measured from center of headtube horizontally back to the top of the effective extension of the seattube. ***Standover height is based on the largest size tire that will fit the bike, not necessarily the included size tire.
  32. 32. 32 Defy Advanced 2 $ Specifications frame 30 cm/12inches SIZES XS, S, M, M/L, L, XL COLOURS White/Black/Blue FRAME Advanced-Grade Composite FORK Advanced-Grade Composite, Full-Composite OverDrive 2 Steerer, 1 1/4-1 1/2 Bearings SHOCK N/A components H HANDLEBAR Giant Connect SL - 31.8 STEM Giant Contact - 1 1/4 SEATPOST Giant Vector Composite SADDLE Fizi:k Alliante Delta PEDALS N/A drivetrain SHIFTERS Shimano 105 G FRONT DERAILLEUR Shimano 105 frame geometry REAR DERAILLEUR Shimano 105 BRAKES Shimano 105 BRAKE LEVERS Shimano 105 Actual Part Head Seat Frame Size Number Angle Angle* Top Tube** Headtube Chainstay Wheelbase Standover Height*** CASSETTE Shimano 105 11x28, 10-Speed CHAIN KMC X10L A B C D E F G H CRANKSET Shimano 105, 50/34 cm deg deg cm cm cm cm in BOTTOM BRACKET Shimano Press Fit XS/43.0 30003712 71.0 74.0 51.5 12.5 42.0 98.3 29.0 wheels S/46.5 30003713 72.0 74.0 53.0 14.5 42.0 99.0 29.7 RIMS Giant P-SL1 M/50.0 30003714 72.5 73.5 54.5 16.5 42.0 99.5 30.6 HUBS Giant P-SL1 SPOKES Giant P-SL1 M/L/53.5 30003715 72.5 73.0 56.0 18.5 42.0 100.7 31.1 TIRES Giant P-SL1, Front and Rear Specific, 700x23c, L/55.5 30003716 72.5 73.0 57.5 20.5 42.0 102.2 32.0 Folding XL/58.5 30003717 72.5 72.5 59.5 22.5 42.0 103.7 32.8 EXTRAS RideSense *Seat angle is actual. **Toptube is measured from center of headtube horizontally back to the top of the effective extension of the seattube. ***Standover height is based on the largest size tire that will fit the bike, not necessarily the included size tire.
  33. 33. Defy Composite 1 CMYK / GREYSCALE APPLICATION 33$ 1 COLOR / SPOT APPLICATION KNOCKOUT APPLICATIONSpecificationsframe 30 cm/12inchesSIZES XS, S, M, M/L, L, XLCOLOURS White/Black/RedFRAME Giant Composite TechnologyFORK Advanced-Grade Composite, Alloy OverDrive Steerer, 1 1/8-1 1/4 BearingsSHOCK N/Acomponents HHANDLEBAR Giant Connect SL - 31.8STEM Giant Connect SLSEATPOST Giant Vector CompositeSADDLE Giant Defy SaddlePEDALS N/AdrivetrainSHIFTERS Shimano Ultegra GFRONT DERAILLEUR Shimano UltegraREAR DERAILLEURBRAKES Shimano Ultegra Shimano Ultegra frame geometryBRAKE LEVERS Shimano Ultegra Actual Part Head Seat Top Tube** Headtube Chainstay Wheelbase Standover Frame Size Number Angle Angle* Height***CASSETTE Shimano 105 11x28, 10-Speed A B C D E F G HCHAIN KMC X10L cm deg deg cm cm cm cm inCRANKSET Shimano Ultegra, 50/34BOTTOM BRACKET Shimano Press Fit XS/43.0 30003212 71.0 74.0 51.5 12.5 42.0 98.3 29.0wheels S/46.5 30003213 72.0 74.0 53.0 14.5 42.0 99.0 29.7RIMS Giant P-SL1 M/50.0 30003214 72.5 73.5 54.5 16.5 42.0 99.5 30.6HUBS Giant P-SL1 M/L/53.5 30003215 72.5 73.0 56.0 18.5 42.0 100.7 31.1SPOKES Giant P-SL1 L/55.5 30003216 72.5 73.0 57.5 20.5 42.0 102.2 32.0TIRES Giant P-R3, Front and Rear Specific, 700x23c XL/58.5 30003217 72.5 72.5 59.5 22.5 42.0 103.7 32.8 *Seat angle is actual. **Toptube is measured from center of headtube horizontally back to the top of the effective extension of the seattube. ***Standover height is based on the largest size tire that will fit the bike, not necessarily the included size tire.

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