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Presenting the new 2014 Giant Anyroad 2. The Anyroad bikes use a brand new frame for Giant. The point of the new design is to combine the comfortable riding position of an endurance-road bike with the wider tire capability of a cyclocross bike. Giant is at the forefront of modern aluminum shaping, and this new frame is a great example of how smoothly contoured aluminum frames can be. Here are a couple more shots showing the beautiful frame construction. Notice that Giant have added an internal seatpost binder. Another interesting part on the Anyroad models is the second set of … Continue reading
SRAM’s phenomenal XX1 parts group was brand new when this Giant Anthem Advancedwas built. We stripped a stock bike down to the frame to rebuild it with the 11 speed, single chainring group. Tubeless tires were requested, of course, and NoTubes Arch EX rims made an easy-to-live-with set up. Giant’s Anthem Advanced frame is a great one. The wide frame tubing keeps the bike stiff and pointed where you’d want it to go, and the carbon keeps it light. A lightweight racing suspension bike with a lifetime warranty on the frame ! SRAM was thinking outside of the box when … Continue reading
Giant has the skills to design bikes that are among the best in every category they make. And since they are the world’s largest bicycle manufacturer, everyone wins! See their entire line here: http://www.giant-bicycles.com/en-US/bike-index/ Tweet
Here is our first look at Giant’s new aero road bike, the 2013 Giant Propel SL! Cutting edge, high modulus carbon. Giant has mastered the art of shaping carbon tubing to match its form to its function. The Propel is one of the most aerodynamic bikes in its class, but still maintains a wide and stiff bottom bracket area. The aero seatpost mast is very narrow, as is the juncture between the seat tube and seat stays. These sections make for a comfortable riding frame despite the stouter tubing found elsewhere. The careful positioning of the rear brakes keeps them … Continue reading