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GIANT CONTEND AR 4 (2021)

The Giant Contend AR 4 (2021) is one of the most affordable endurance road bikes made.

Why?

Because it delivers exceptional handling, comfort and value. And versatility. After all, AR does stand for All Road.

I’ll explain in this preview.

WHO IS IT FOR?

The 2021 Contend AR 4 is for the rider who wants to spend less than $1,500.00 and get a reliable, comfortable and easy to ride road bike.

In short, they want the best road bike to begin their cycling journey with.

This is the Contend AR 4 profile:

You’ve never ridden a road bike.

You’re using this as a commuter or general fitness bike.

You’re going to ride this on smooth roads, very rough roads and even unsealed roads.

And you want to spend the least amount possible to get into road cycling - without sacrificing performance.

THE FRAME

Is made from Giant’s ALUXX-grade aluminum. It is made by Giant themselves and not a third party. Something that we’ve experienced personally - and it’s disastrous. So we know that quality control is tight and the level of quality is going to be high.

Resulting in less issues.

In the past, on the most basic Contend models, we’ve not seen Giant use internal cable routing or their spectacular D-Fuse seat post. Or thru-axles. Or neat cable routing.

So, in short, this is the best entry-point endurance bike Giant has ever made.

An endurance road bike implies that on long endurance rides you’re going to be comfortable.

And that’s exactly what the Contend AR delivers.

One area of comfort is going to be your positioning on the Contend. It’s not low and aggressive like most race bikes. In fact, it’s the opposite.

Giant has designed the AR 4 so that you sit upright, placing the least amount of pressure on your hands, neck, shoulders and back. It’s a position that requires the least amount of pelvic flexibility too. This position suits most riders who have never ridden a road bike or done much cycling.

COMFORT

In order to mute harsh impacts and vibrations, the front of the Contend AR 4 uses a carbon fork. The fork helps absorb impacts and smooths the road out.

I mentioned the D-Fuse post before.

The reason why it’s so good is because it flexes 12mm (which is a lot) forward/backward. This flex results in less lower back fatigue and mutes impacts travelling through the pelvis and spine.

COMPONENTS

A Shimano Claris groupset (group of components) is featured on the AR 4.

Claris, like it’s big brother Sora, is very good and recent updates to ergonomics and styling, and a huge update to shifting quality means it’s the best Sora groupset ever made.

There are 2 front gears and 8 rear gears, delivering an 16-speed drivetrain. The front crankset is a sealed bearing system, for longer life. It uses a larger diameter axle and bearings - something that was in the past only reserved for higher end Shimano groupsets.

Disc brakes are here to stay. And on the Contend they are an absolute must.

Because:

They work better than caliper brakes; deliver more power and better control - especially in the wet.

Again, we have wider tyres. Last year was the first time we’ve seen Giant use 32mm wide tyres and it compliments the ride intent of the AR 4.

The benefit:

Simply, comfort. Going from a 28mm tyre to 32mm increases the air volume inside the tyre. There’s more air suspending you from the road surface. This equals more comfort.

The tyre has a thick puncture resistant strip, which makes it perfect for commuting as you’re less likely to get punctures compared to a lightweight race tyre.

GIANT CONTEND AR 4 (2021)

The Giant Contend AR 4 (2021) is one of the most affordable endurance road bikes made.

Why?

Because it delivers exceptional handling, comfort and value. And versatility. After all, AR does stand for All Road.

I’ll explain in this preview.

WHO IS IT FOR?

The 2021 Contend AR 4 is for the rider who wants to spend less than $1,500.00 and get a reliable, comfortable and easy to ride road bike.

In short, they want the best road bike to begin their cycling journey with.

This is the Contend AR 4 profile:

You’ve never ridden a road bike.

You’re using this as a commuter or general fitness bike.

You’re going to ride this on smooth roads, very rough roads and even unsealed roads.

And you want to spend the least amount possible to get into road cycling - without sacrificing performance.

THE FRAME

Is made from Giant’s ALUXX-grade aluminum. It is made by Giant themselves and not a third party. Something that we’ve experienced personally - and it’s disastrous. So we know that quality control is tight and the level of quality is going to be high.

Resulting in less issues.

In the past, on the most basic Contend models, we’ve not seen Giant use internal cable routing or their spectacular D-Fuse seat post. Or thru-axles. Or neat cable routing.

So, in short, this is the best entry-point endurance bike Giant has ever made.

An endurance road bike implies that on long endurance rides you’re going to be comfortable.

And that’s exactly what the Contend AR delivers.

One area of comfort is going to be your positioning on the Contend. It’s not low and aggressive like most race bikes. In fact, it’s the opposite.

Giant has designed the AR 4 so that you sit upright, placing the least amount of pressure on your hands, neck, shoulders and back. It’s a position that requires the least amount of pelvic flexibility too. This position suits most riders who have never ridden a road bike or done much cycling.

COMFORT

In order to mute harsh impacts and vibrations, the front of the Contend AR 4 uses a carbon fork. The fork helps absorb impacts and smooths the road out.

I mentioned the D-Fuse post before.

The reason why it’s so good is because it flexes 12mm (which is a lot) forward/backward. This flex results in less lower back fatigue and mutes impacts travelling through the pelvis and spine.

COMPONENTS

A Shimano Claris groupset (group of components) is featured on the AR 4.

Claris, like it’s big brother Sora, is very good and recent updates to ergonomics and styling, and a huge update to shifting quality means it’s the best Sora groupset ever made.

There are 2 front gears and 8 rear gears, delivering an 16-speed drivetrain. The front crankset is a sealed bearing system, for longer life. It uses a larger diameter axle and bearings - something that was in the past only reserved for higher end Shimano groupsets.

Disc brakes are here to stay. And on the Contend they are an absolute must.

Because:

They work better than caliper brakes; deliver more power and better control - especially in the wet.

Again, we have wider tyres. Last year was the first time we’ve seen Giant use 32mm wide tyres and it compliments the ride intent of the AR 4.

The benefit:

Simply, comfort. Going from a 28mm tyre to 32mm increases the air volume inside the tyre. There’s more air suspending you from the road surface. This equals more comfort.

The tyre has a thick puncture resistant strip, which makes it perfect for commuting as you’re less likely to get punctures compared to a lightweight race tyre.

GIANT CONTEND AR 4 (2021)

The Giant Contend AR 4 (2021) is one of the most affordable endurance road bikes made.

Why?

Because it delivers exceptional handling, comfort and value. And versatility. After all, AR does stand for All Road.

I’ll explain in this preview.

WHO IS IT FOR?

The 2021 Contend AR 4 is for the rider who wants to spend less than $1,500.00 and get a reliable, comfortable and easy to ride road bike.

In short, they want the best road bike to begin their cycling journey with.

This is the Contend AR 4 profile:

You’ve never ridden a road bike.

You’re using this as a commuter or general fitness bike.

You’re going to ride this on smooth roads, very rough roads and even unsealed roads.

And you want to spend the least amount possible to get into road cycling - without sacrificing performance.

THE FRAME

Is made from Giant’s ALUXX-grade aluminum. It is made by Giant themselves and not a third party. Something that we’ve experienced personally - and it’s disastrous. So we know that quality control is tight and the level of quality is going to be high.

Resulting in less issues.

In the past, on the most basic Contend models, we’ve not seen Giant use internal cable routing or their spectacular D-Fuse seat post. Or thru-axles. Or neat cable routing.

So, in short, this is the best entry-point endurance bike Giant has ever made.

An endurance road bike implies that on long endurance rides you’re going to be comfortable.

And that’s exactly what the Contend AR delivers.

One area of comfort is going to be your positioning on the Contend. It’s not low and aggressive like most race bikes. In fact, it’s the opposite.

Giant has designed the AR 4 so that you sit upright, placing the least amount of pressure on your hands, neck, shoulders and back. It’s a position that requires the least amount of pelvic flexibility too. This position suits most riders who have never ridden a road bike or done much cycling.

COMFORT

In order to mute harsh impacts and vibrations, the front of the Contend AR 4 uses a carbon fork. The fork helps absorb impacts and smooths the road out.

I mentioned the D-Fuse post before.

The reason why it’s so good is because it flexes 12mm (which is a lot) forward/backward. This flex results in less lower back fatigue and mutes impacts travelling through the pelvis and spine.

COMPONENTS

A Shimano Claris groupset (group of components) is featured on the AR 4.

Claris, like it’s big brother Sora, is very good and recent updates to ergonomics and styling, and a huge update to shifting quality means it’s the best Sora groupset ever made.

There are 2 front gears and 8 rear gears, delivering an 16-speed drivetrain. The front crankset is a sealed bearing system, for longer life. It uses a larger diameter axle and bearings - something that was in the past only reserved for higher end Shimano groupsets.

Disc brakes are here to stay. And on the Contend they are an absolute must.

Because:

They work better than caliper brakes; deliver more power and better control - especially in the wet.

Again, we have wider tyres. Last year was the first time we’ve seen Giant use 32mm wide tyres and it compliments the ride intent of the AR 4.

The benefit:

Simply, comfort. Going from a 28mm tyre to 32mm increases the air volume inside the tyre. There’s more air suspending you from the road surface. This equals more comfort.

The tyre has a thick puncture resistant strip, which makes it perfect for commuting as you’re less likely to get punctures compared to a lightweight race tyre.

GIANT CONTEND AR 4 (2021)

The Giant Contend AR 4 (2021) is one of the most affordable endurance road bikes made.

Why?

Because it delivers exceptional handling, comfort and value. And versatility. After all, AR does stand for All Road.

I’ll explain in this preview.

WHO IS IT FOR?

The 2021 Contend AR 4 is for the rider who wants to spend less than $1,500.00 and get a reliable, comfortable and easy to ride road bike.

In short, they want the best road bike to begin their cycling journey with.

This is the Contend AR 4 profile:

You’ve never ridden a road bike.

You’re using this as a commuter or general fitness bike.

You’re going to ride this on smooth roads, very rough roads and even unsealed roads.

And you want to spend the least amount possible to get into road cycling - without sacrificing performance.

THE FRAME

Is made from Giant’s ALUXX-grade aluminum. It is made by Giant themselves and not a third party. Something that we’ve experienced personally - and it’s disastrous. So we know that quality control is tight and the level of quality is going to be high.

Resulting in less issues.

In the past, on the most basic Contend models, we’ve not seen Giant use internal cable routing or their spectacular D-Fuse seat post. Or thru-axles. Or neat cable routing.

So, in short, this is the best entry-point endurance bike Giant has ever made.

An endurance road bike implies that on long endurance rides you’re going to be comfortable.

And that’s exactly what the Contend AR delivers.

One area of comfort is going to be your positioning on the Contend. It’s not low and aggressive like most race bikes. In fact, it’s the opposite.

Giant has designed the AR 4 so that you sit upright, placing the least amount of pressure on your hands, neck, shoulders and back. It’s a position that requires the least amount of pelvic flexibility too. This position suits most riders who have never ridden a road bike or done much cycling.

COMFORT

In order to mute harsh impacts and vibrations, the front of the Contend AR 4 uses a carbon fork. The fork helps absorb impacts and smooths the road out.

I mentioned the D-Fuse post before.

The reason why it’s so good is because it flexes 12mm (which is a lot) forward/backward. This flex results in less lower back fatigue and mutes impacts travelling through the pelvis and spine.

COMPONENTS

A Shimano Claris groupset (group of components) is featured on the AR 4.

Claris, like it’s big brother Sora, is very good and recent updates to ergonomics and styling, and a huge update to shifting quality means it’s the best Sora groupset ever made.

There are 2 front gears and 8 rear gears, delivering an 16-speed drivetrain. The front crankset is a sealed bearing system, for longer life. It uses a larger diameter axle and bearings - something that was in the past only reserved for higher end Shimano groupsets.

Disc brakes are here to stay. And on the Contend they are an absolute must.

Because:

They work better than caliper brakes; deliver more power and better control - especially in the wet.

Again, we have wider tyres. Last year was the first time we’ve seen Giant use 32mm wide tyres and it compliments the ride intent of the AR 4.

The benefit:

Simply, comfort. Going from a 28mm tyre to 32mm increases the air volume inside the tyre. There’s more air suspending you from the road surface. This equals more comfort.

The tyre has a thick puncture resistant strip, which makes it perfect for commuting as you’re less likely to get punctures compared to a lightweight race tyre.

GIANT CONTEND AR 4 (2021)

The Giant Contend AR 4 (2021) is one of the most affordable endurance road bikes made.

Why?

Because it delivers exceptional handling, comfort and value. And versatility. After all, AR does stand for All Road.

I’ll explain in this preview.

WHO IS IT FOR?

The 2021 Contend AR 4 is for the rider who wants to spend less than $1,500.00 and get a reliable, comfortable and easy to ride road bike.

In short, they want the best road bike to begin their cycling journey with.

This is the Contend AR 4 profile:

You’ve never ridden a road bike.

You’re using this as a commuter or general fitness bike.

You’re going to ride this on smooth roads, very rough roads and even unsealed roads.

And you want to spend the least amount possible to get into road cycling - without sacrificing performance.

THE FRAME

Is made from Giant’s ALUXX-grade aluminum. It is made by Giant themselves and not a third party. Something that we’ve experienced personally - and it’s disastrous. So we know that quality control is tight and the level of quality is going to be high.

Resulting in less issues.

In the past, on the most basic Contend models, we’ve not seen Giant use internal cable routing or their spectacular D-Fuse seat post. Or thru-axles. Or neat cable routing.

So, in short, this is the best entry-point endurance bike Giant has ever made.

An endurance road bike implies that on long endurance rides you’re going to be comfortable.

And that’s exactly what the Contend AR delivers.

One area of comfort is going to be your positioning on the Contend. It’s not low and aggressive like most race bikes. In fact, it’s the opposite.

Giant has designed the AR 4 so that you sit upright, placing the least amount of pressure on your hands, neck, shoulders and back. It’s a position that requires the least amount of pelvic flexibility too. This position suits most riders who have never ridden a road bike or done much cycling.

COMFORT

In order to mute harsh impacts and vibrations, the front of the Contend AR 4 uses a carbon fork. The fork helps absorb impacts and smooths the road out.

I mentioned the D-Fuse post before.

The reason why it’s so good is because it flexes 12mm (which is a lot) forward/backward. This flex results in less lower back fatigue and mutes impacts travelling through the pelvis and spine.

COMPONENTS

A Shimano Claris groupset (group of components) is featured on the AR 4.

Claris, like it’s big brother Sora, is very good and recent updates to ergonomics and styling, and a huge update to shifting quality means it’s the best Sora groupset ever made.

There are 2 front gears and 8 rear gears, delivering an 16-speed drivetrain. The front crankset is a sealed bearing system, for longer life. It uses a larger diameter axle and bearings - something that was in the past only reserved for higher end Shimano groupsets.

Disc brakes are here to stay. And on the Contend they are an absolute must.

Because:

They work better than caliper brakes; deliver more power and better control - especially in the wet.

Again, we have wider tyres. Last year was the first time we’ve seen Giant use 32mm wide tyres and it compliments the ride intent of the AR 4.

The benefit:

Simply, comfort. Going from a 28mm tyre to 32mm increases the air volume inside the tyre. There’s more air suspending you from the road surface. This equals more comfort.

The tyre has a thick puncture resistant strip, which makes it perfect for commuting as you’re less likely to get punctures compared to a lightweight race tyre.

GIANT CONTEND AR 4 (2021)

The Giant Contend AR 4 (2021) is one of the most affordable endurance road bikes made.

Why?

Because it delivers exceptional handling, comfort and value. And versatility. After all, AR does stand for All Road.

I’ll explain in this preview.

WHO IS IT FOR?

The 2021 Contend AR 4 is for the rider who wants to spend less than $1,500.00 and get a reliable, comfortable and easy to ride road bike.

In short, they want the best road bike to begin their cycling journey with.

This is the Contend AR 4 profile:

You’ve never ridden a road bike.

You’re using this as a commuter or general fitness bike.

You’re going to ride this on smooth roads, very rough roads and even unsealed roads.

And you want to spend the least amount possible to get into road cycling - without sacrificing performance.

THE FRAME

Is made from Giant’s ALUXX-grade aluminum. It is made by Giant themselves and not a third party. Something that we’ve experienced personally - and it’s disastrous. So we know that quality control is tight and the level of quality is going to be high.

Resulting in less issues.

In the past, on the most basic Contend models, we’ve not seen Giant use internal cable routing or their spectacular D-Fuse seat post. Or thru-axles. Or neat cable routing.

So, in short, this is the best entry-point endurance bike Giant has ever made.

An endurance road bike implies that on long endurance rides you’re going to be comfortable.

And that’s exactly what the Contend AR delivers.

One area of comfort is going to be your positioning on the Contend. It’s not low and aggressive like most race bikes. In fact, it’s the opposite.

Giant has designed the AR 4 so that you sit upright, placing the least amount of pressure on your hands, neck, shoulders and back. It’s a position that requires the least amount of pelvic flexibility too. This position suits most riders who have never ridden a road bike or done much cycling.

COMFORT

In order to mute harsh impacts and vibrations, the front of the Contend AR 4 uses a carbon fork. The fork helps absorb impacts and smooths the road out.

I mentioned the D-Fuse post before.

The reason why it’s so good is because it flexes 12mm (which is a lot) forward/backward. This flex results in less lower back fatigue and mutes impacts travelling through the pelvis and spine.

COMPONENTS

A Shimano Claris groupset (group of components) is featured on the AR 4.

Claris, like it’s big brother Sora, is very good and recent updates to ergonomics and styling, and a huge update to shifting quality means it’s the best Sora groupset ever made.

There are 2 front gears and 8 rear gears, delivering an 16-speed drivetrain. The front crankset is a sealed bearing system, for longer life. It uses a larger diameter axle and bearings - something that was in the past only reserved for higher end Shimano groupsets.

Disc brakes are here to stay. And on the Contend they are an absolute must.

Because:

They work better than caliper brakes; deliver more power and better control - especially in the wet.

Again, we have wider tyres. Last year was the first time we’ve seen Giant use 32mm wide tyres and it compliments the ride intent of the AR 4.

The benefit:

Simply, comfort. Going from a 28mm tyre to 32mm increases the air volume inside the tyre. There’s more air suspending you from the road surface. This equals more comfort.

The tyre has a thick puncture resistant strip, which makes it perfect for commuting as you’re less likely to get punctures compared to a lightweight race tyre.

GIANT CONTEND AR 4 (2021)

The Giant Contend AR 4 (2021) is one of the most affordable endurance road bikes made.

Why?

Because it delivers exceptional handling, comfort and value. And versatility. After all, AR does stand for All Road.

I’ll explain in this preview.

WHO IS IT FOR?

The 2021 Contend AR 4 is for the rider who wants to spend less than $1,500.00 and get a reliable, comfortable and easy to ride road bike.

In short, they want the best road bike to begin their cycling journey with.

This is the Contend AR 4 profile:

You’ve never ridden a road bike.

You’re using this as a commuter or general fitness bike.

You’re going to ride this on smooth roads, very rough roads and even unsealed roads.

And you want to spend the least amount possible to get into road cycling - without sacrificing performance.

THE FRAME

Is made from Giant’s ALUXX-grade aluminum. It is made by Giant themselves and not a third party. Something that we’ve experienced personally - and it’s disastrous. So we know that quality control is tight and the level of quality is going to be high.

Resulting in less issues.

In the past, on the most basic Contend models, we’ve not seen Giant use internal cable routing or their spectacular D-Fuse seat post. Or thru-axles. Or neat cable routing.

So, in short, this is the best entry-point endurance bike Giant has ever made.

An endurance road bike implies that on long endurance rides you’re going to be comfortable.

And that’s exactly what the Contend AR delivers.

One area of comfort is going to be your positioning on the Contend. It’s not low and aggressive like most race bikes. In fact, it’s the opposite.

Giant has designed the AR 4 so that you sit upright, placing the least amount of pressure on your hands, neck, shoulders and back. It’s a position that requires the least amount of pelvic flexibility too. This position suits most riders who have never ridden a road bike or done much cycling.

COMFORT

In order to mute harsh impacts and vibrations, the front of the Contend AR 4 uses a carbon fork. The fork helps absorb impacts and smooths the road out.

I mentioned the D-Fuse post before.

The reason why it’s so good is because it flexes 12mm (which is a lot) forward/backward. This flex results in less lower back fatigue and mutes impacts travelling through the pelvis and spine.

COMPONENTS

A Shimano Claris groupset (group of components) is featured on the AR 4.

Claris, like it’s big brother Sora, is very good and recent updates to ergonomics and styling, and a huge update to shifting quality means it’s the best Sora groupset ever made.

There are 2 front gears and 8 rear gears, delivering an 16-speed drivetrain. The front crankset is a sealed bearing system, for longer life. It uses a larger diameter axle and bearings - something that was in the past only reserved for higher end Shimano groupsets.

Disc brakes are here to stay. And on the Contend they are an absolute must.

Because:

They work better than caliper brakes; deliver more power and better control - especially in the wet.

Again, we have wider tyres. Last year was the first time we’ve seen Giant use 32mm wide tyres and it compliments the ride intent of the AR 4.

The benefit:

Simply, comfort. Going from a 28mm tyre to 32mm increases the air volume inside the tyre. There’s more air suspending you from the road surface. This equals more comfort.

The tyre has a thick puncture resistant strip, which makes it perfect for commuting as you’re less likely to get punctures compared to a lightweight race tyre.

Colours Charcoal
Frame ALUXX grade aluminium, 12mm thru-axle
Fork Advanced Grade Composite, Carbon OverDrive Steerer, 12mm thru-axle
Handlebar Giant Connect, 31.8mm
Stem Giant Alloy, 6 degree
Seat Post Giant D-Fuse, Alloy
Saddle Giant Approach
Shifters Shimano Claris, 16 speed
Front Derailleur Shimano Claris
Rear Derailleur Shimano Claris
Brakes Tektro Mechanical Disc, 160mm
Brake Levers Shimano Claris
Cassette Shimano HG50, 11T-34T, 8 speed
Chain KMC Z8
Crankset FSA Tempo, 34T/50T
Bottom Bracket Sealed
Rims Giant SR2 disc tubeless
Hubs Giant alloy disc, 24H
Spokes Stainless steel, 14g
Tyres Giant S-R3 AC, 700x32mm
Colours Charcoal
Frame ALUXX grade aluminium, 12mm thru-axle
Fork Advanced Grade Composite, Carbon OverDrive Steerer, 12mm thru-axle
Handlebar Giant Connect, 31.8mm
Stem Giant Alloy, 6 degree
Seat Post Giant D-Fuse, Alloy
Saddle Giant Approach
Shifters Shimano Claris, 16 speed
Front Derailleur Shimano Claris
Rear Derailleur Shimano Claris
Brakes Tektro Mechanical Disc, 160mm
Brake Levers Shimano Claris
Cassette Shimano HG50, 11T-34T, 8 speed
Chain KMC Z8
Crankset FSA Tempo, 34T/50T
Bottom Bracket Sealed
Rims Giant SR2 disc tubeless
Hubs Giant alloy disc, 24H
Spokes Stainless steel, 14g
Tyres Giant S-R3 AC, 700x32mm
Colours Charcoal
Frame ALUXX grade aluminium, 12mm thru-axle
Fork Advanced Grade Composite, Carbon OverDrive Steerer, 12mm thru-axle
Handlebar Giant Connect, 31.8mm
Stem Giant Alloy, 6 degree
Seat Post Giant D-Fuse, Alloy
Saddle Giant Approach
Shifters Shimano Claris, 16 speed
Front Derailleur Shimano Claris
Rear Derailleur Shimano Claris
Brakes Tektro Mechanical Disc, 160mm
Brake Levers Shimano Claris
Cassette Shimano HG50, 11T-34T, 8 speed
Chain KMC Z8
Crankset FSA Tempo, 34T/50T
Bottom Bracket Sealed
Rims Giant SR2 disc tubeless
Hubs Giant alloy disc, 24H
Spokes Stainless steel, 14g
Tyres Giant S-R3 AC, 700x32mm
Colours Charcoal
Frame ALUXX grade aluminium, 12mm thru-axle
Fork Advanced Grade Composite, Carbon OverDrive Steerer, 12mm thru-axle
Handlebar Giant Connect, 31.8mm
Stem Giant Alloy, 6 degree
Seat Post Giant D-Fuse, Alloy
Saddle Giant Approach
Shifters Shimano Claris, 16 speed
Front Derailleur Shimano Claris
Rear Derailleur Shimano Claris
Brakes Tektro Mechanical Disc, 160mm
Brake Levers Shimano Claris
Cassette Shimano HG50, 11T-34T, 8 speed
Chain KMC Z8
Crankset FSA Tempo, 34T/50T
Bottom Bracket Sealed
Rims Giant SR2 disc tubeless
Hubs Giant alloy disc, 24H
Spokes Stainless steel, 14g
Tyres Giant S-R3 AC, 700x32mm
Colours Charcoal
Frame ALUXX grade aluminium, 12mm thru-axle
Fork Advanced Grade Composite, Carbon OverDrive Steerer, 12mm thru-axle
Handlebar Giant Connect, 31.8mm
Stem Giant Alloy, 6 degree
Seat Post Giant D-Fuse, Alloy
Saddle Giant Approach
Shifters Shimano Claris, 16 speed
Front Derailleur Shimano Claris
Rear Derailleur Shimano Claris
Brakes Tektro Mechanical Disc, 160mm
Brake Levers Shimano Claris
Cassette Shimano HG50, 11T-34T, 8 speed
Chain KMC Z8
Crankset FSA Tempo, 34T/50T
Bottom Bracket Sealed
Rims Giant SR2 disc tubeless
Hubs Giant alloy disc, 24H
Spokes Stainless steel, 14g
Tyres Giant S-R3 AC, 700x32mm
Colours Charcoal
Frame ALUXX grade aluminium, 12mm thru-axle
Fork Advanced Grade Composite, Carbon OverDrive Steerer, 12mm thru-axle
Handlebar Giant Connect, 31.8mm
Stem Giant Alloy, 6 degree
Seat Post Giant D-Fuse, Alloy
Saddle Giant Approach
Shifters Shimano Claris, 16 speed
Front Derailleur Shimano Claris
Rear Derailleur Shimano Claris
Brakes Tektro Mechanical Disc, 160mm
Brake Levers Shimano Claris
Cassette Shimano HG50, 11T-34T, 8 speed
Chain KMC Z8
Crankset FSA Tempo, 34T/50T
Bottom Bracket Sealed
Rims Giant SR2 disc tubeless
Hubs Giant alloy disc, 24H
Spokes Stainless steel, 14g
Tyres Giant S-R3 AC, 700x32mm
Colours Charcoal
Frame ALUXX grade aluminium, 12mm thru-axle
Fork Advanced Grade Composite, Carbon OverDrive Steerer, 12mm thru-axle
Handlebar Giant Connect, 31.8mm
Stem Giant Alloy, 6 degree
Seat Post Giant D-Fuse, Alloy
Saddle Giant Approach
Shifters Shimano Claris, 16 speed
Front Derailleur Shimano Claris
Rear Derailleur Shimano Claris
Brakes Tektro Mechanical Disc, 160mm
Brake Levers Shimano Claris
Cassette Shimano HG50, 11T-34T, 8 speed
Chain KMC Z8
Crankset FSA Tempo, 34T/50T
Bottom Bracket Sealed
Rims Giant SR2 disc tubeless
Hubs Giant alloy disc, 24H
Spokes Stainless steel, 14g
Tyres Giant S-R3 AC, 700x32mm

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