Giant Trance 2 2020
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Giant Trance 2 2020


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GIANT TRANCE 2 (2020)

There are two reasons why you should consider the new 2020 Giant Trance 2:

One, it’s the best value for money Trance in the range. It has the latest range of performance components - that are also affordable.

And it’s super versatile; it can do (almost) anything you throw at it.

Here’s the long version:

THE FRAME

As the leading bicycle brand in the world, Giant manufactures some of the best aluminum (and carbon fibre) frames - for themselves and other brands.

The aluminium frame on the Trance 2 is called ALUXX SL. All performance mountain bikes use this premium-grade aluminium frame.

The details:

It’s lighter and stiffer compared to most aluminium frames; achieved through a process called double butting. When the frame is cut in half along its length, there are two wall thicknesses; thicker in high load areas (usually at the welds) and thinner where there isn’t as much load (towards the centre of the tube).

This process removes unneeded material and reinforces where it’s required.

This means:

The Trance is lighter; it climbs well and easy to manoeuvre around tight spots on the trail.

And it’s stiffer; ensuring all the power you put into the frame gets transferred into forward motion (and not sucked up by the frame flexing).

GEOMETRY

In the pursuit to make the Trance versatile, the geometry has to be dialled and versatile as well. Too much travel and the bike won’t climb and too little, it becomes unstable at high speed.

That’s where the Trance hits a nice sweet spot.

Giant has engineered the Trance 2 to deliver 140mm of rear wheel travel and is paired with a 150mm suspension fork.

And speaking of sweet spot, the head tube angle (E) is 67.0-degrees. It’s an excellent balance that makes the Trance 2 a competent climber and delivers high-speed stability on descents at the same time.

The seat tube angle (B) measures 73.5-degrees. This is steep enough to keep your weight over the bottom bracket and minimise suspension movement on climbs.

However, for riders with short torso length or those who are frequently climbing steep trails it worth sliding the seat forward.

At 435mm, the chain stay length (I) is very short. Paired with 27.5-inch wheels this makes the Trance 2 incredibly responsive and easy to move around on the trail.

FOX SUSPENSION

Fox created the 34 Rhythm as an affordable performance option.

Key details:

It uses an air spring that can be tuned for each rider, depending on body weight.

Rebound is controlled via the red dial at the bottom of the fork (see image above). Rebound controls how fast or slow the suspension responds after it’s absorbed the impact.

Set the Rebound speed fast if you’re local trails are littered with lots of rocks and tree roots. And slow if you’re riding consists of fast and flowy trails.

Lastly, the blue lever controls the compression. There are three modes; soft, medium and firm. And they can be adjusted as you’re riding.

It’s a similar story with the rear shock; air pressure, rebound and compression.

NEW SHIMANO SLX 12-SPEED

Shimano has (finally) debuted two brand new 12-speed groupsets. And SLX is the workhorse in the range - while still retaining a performance edge.

One distinct edge Shimano has over SRAM is shifting under load. It’s so precise, quiet and fast. This is the result of Shimano’s Hyperglide+ technology.

And according to Shimano it’s next gen stuff - and everyone agrees.

Here’s the lowdown from GMBN:

Benefits:

  • Better chain engagement and retention.
  • Decisive shifting under light and extreme pedalling load.
  • 33% faster shifting than current Shimano HG chain and cassette.

GIANT WHEELS

Giant AM wheels are specifically designed for the intended use you’re going to put the Trance to.

Rim width on the new AM wheels are 30mm inner and 34mm outer - so they meet modern trends. Wheel weight is 2,260 grams.

Benefits of wide rims:

First, the tyre can house more air volume that then delivers a smoother ride - especially over fast, chattery impacts caused from tree roots and rocks.

And tubeless tyres are exceptionally supple; allowing the tyre to mould over the trail surface instead of bouncing off it.

And both wheels are set up tubeless.

For those that haven’t experienced tubeless:

The inner rubber tube is replaced by a liquid sealant. When you get a pinch flat or small cut (up to 2mm), the sealant will plug the whole almost instantly.

For cuts that don’t seal you can either:

Replace with a brand new tube. Or use a tubeless tyre plug, like in the video below:

And the benefits?

No inner tube removes the surface friction between the tyre and tube. The wheel rolls smoother.

Then you can use lower tyre pressures; delivering more grip and traction. Resulting in way more control than you would otherwise have.

GMBN gives the lowdown on key reasons for tubeless:



NEW SHIMANO SLX 12-SPEED

Shimano has (finally) debuted two brand new 12-speed groupsets. And SLX is the workhorse in the range - while still retaining a performance edge.

One distinct edge Shimano has over SRAM is shifting under load. It’s so precise, quiet and fast. This is the result of Shimano’s Hyperglide+ technology.

And according to Shimano it’s next gen stuff - and everyone agrees.

GIANT TRANCE 2 (2020)

There are two reasons why you should consider the new 2020 Giant Trance 2:

One, it’s the best value for money Trance in the range. It has the latest range of performance components - that are also affordable.

And it’s super versatile; it can do (almost) anything you throw at it.

Here’s the long version:

THE FRAME

As the leading bicycle brand in the world, Giant manufactures some of the best aluminum (and carbon fibre) frames - for themselves and other brands.

The aluminium frame on the Trance 2 is called ALUXX SL. All performance mountain bikes use this premium-grade aluminium frame.

The details:

It’s lighter and stiffer compared to most aluminium frames; achieved through a process called double butting. When the frame is cut in half along its length, there are two wall thicknesses; thicker in high load areas (usually at the welds) and thinner where there isn’t as much load (towards the centre of the tube).

This process removes unneeded material and reinforces where it’s required.

This means:

The Trance is lighter; it climbs well and easy to manoeuvre around tight spots on the trail.

And it’s stiffer; ensuring all the power you put into the frame gets transferred into forward motion (and not sucked up by the frame flexing).

GEOMETRY

In the pursuit to make the Trance versatile, the geometry has to be dialled and versatile as well. Too much travel and the bike won’t climb and too little, it becomes unstable at high speed.

That’s where the Trance hits a nice sweet spot.

Giant has engineered the Trance 2 to deliver 140mm of rear wheel travel and is paired with a 150mm suspension fork.

And speaking of sweet spot, the head tube angle (E) is 67.0-degrees. It’s an excellent balance that makes the Trance 2 a competent climber and delivers high-speed stability on descents at the same time.

The seat tube angle (B) measures 73.5-degrees. This is steep enough to keep your weight over the bottom bracket and minimise suspension movement on climbs.

However, for riders with short torso length or those who are frequently climbing steep trails it worth sliding the seat forward.

At 435mm, the chain stay length (I) is very short. Paired with 27.5-inch wheels this makes the Trance 2 incredibly responsive and easy to move around on the trail.

FOX SUSPENSION

Fox created the 34 Rhythm as an affordable performance option.

Key details:

It uses an air spring that can be tuned for each rider, depending on body weight.

Rebound is controlled via the red dial at the bottom of the fork (see image above). Rebound controls how fast or slow the suspension responds after it’s absorbed the impact.

Set the Rebound speed fast if you’re local trails are littered with lots of rocks and tree roots. And slow if you’re riding consists of fast and flowy trails.

Lastly, the blue lever controls the compression. There are three modes; soft, medium and firm. And they can be adjusted as you’re riding.

It’s a similar story with the rear shock; air pressure, rebound and compression.

NEW SHIMANO SLX 12-SPEED

Shimano has (finally) debuted two brand new 12-speed groupsets. And SLX is the workhorse in the range - while still retaining a performance edge.

One distinct edge Shimano has over SRAM is shifting under load. It’s so precise, quiet and fast. This is the result of Shimano’s Hyperglide+ technology.

And according to Shimano it’s next gen stuff - and everyone agrees.

Here’s the lowdown from GMBN:

Benefits:

  • Better chain engagement and retention.
  • Decisive shifting under light and extreme pedalling load.
  • 33% faster shifting than current Shimano HG chain and cassette.

GIANT WHEELS

Giant AM wheels are specifically designed for the intended use you’re going to put the Trance to.

Rim width on the new AM wheels are 30mm inner and 34mm outer - so they meet modern trends. Wheel weight is 2,260 grams.

Benefits of wide rims:

First, the tyre can house more air volume that then delivers a smoother ride - especially over fast, chattery impacts caused from tree roots and rocks.

And tubeless tyres are exceptionally supple; allowing the tyre to mould over the trail surface instead of bouncing off it.

And both wheels are set up tubeless.

For those that haven’t experienced tubeless:

The inner rubber tube is replaced by a liquid sealant. When you get a pinch flat or small cut (up to 2mm), the sealant will plug the whole almost instantly.

For cuts that don’t seal you can either:

Replace with a brand new tube. Or use a tubeless tyre plug, like in the video below:

And the benefits?

No inner tube removes the surface friction between the tyre and tube. The wheel rolls smoother.

Then you can use lower tyre pressures; delivering more grip and traction. Resulting in way more control than you would otherwise have.

GMBN gives the lowdown on key reasons for tubeless:



NEW SHIMANO SLX 12-SPEED

Shimano has (finally) debuted two brand new 12-speed groupsets. And SLX is the workhorse in the range - while still retaining a performance edge.

One distinct edge Shimano has over SRAM is shifting under load. It’s so precise, quiet and fast. This is the result of Shimano’s Hyperglide+ technology.

And according to Shimano it’s next gen stuff - and everyone agrees.

GIANT TRANCE 2 (2020)

There are two reasons why you should consider the new 2020 Giant Trance 2:

One, it’s the best value for money Trance in the range. It has the latest range of performance components - that are also affordable.

And it’s super versatile; it can do (almost) anything you throw at it.

Here’s the long version:

THE FRAME

As the leading bicycle brand in the world, Giant manufactures some of the best aluminum (and carbon fibre) frames - for themselves and other brands.

The aluminium frame on the Trance 2 is called ALUXX SL. All performance mountain bikes use this premium-grade aluminium frame.

The details:

It’s lighter and stiffer compared to most aluminium frames; achieved through a process called double butting. When the frame is cut in half along its length, there are two wall thicknesses; thicker in high load areas (usually at the welds) and thinner where there isn’t as much load (towards the centre of the tube).

This process removes unneeded material and reinforces where it’s required.

This means:

The Trance is lighter; it climbs well and easy to manoeuvre around tight spots on the trail.

And it’s stiffer; ensuring all the power you put into the frame gets transferred into forward motion (and not sucked up by the frame flexing).

GEOMETRY

In the pursuit to make the Trance versatile, the geometry has to be dialled and versatile as well. Too much travel and the bike won’t climb and too little, it becomes unstable at high speed.

That’s where the Trance hits a nice sweet spot.

Giant has engineered the Trance 2 to deliver 140mm of rear wheel travel and is paired with a 150mm suspension fork.

And speaking of sweet spot, the head tube angle (E) is 67.0-degrees. It’s an excellent balance that makes the Trance 2 a competent climber and delivers high-speed stability on descents at the same time.

The seat tube angle (B) measures 73.5-degrees. This is steep enough to keep your weight over the bottom bracket and minimise suspension movement on climbs.

However, for riders with short torso length or those who are frequently climbing steep trails it worth sliding the seat forward.

At 435mm, the chain stay length (I) is very short. Paired with 27.5-inch wheels this makes the Trance 2 incredibly responsive and easy to move around on the trail.

FOX SUSPENSION

Fox created the 34 Rhythm as an affordable performance option.

Key details:

It uses an air spring that can be tuned for each rider, depending on body weight.

Rebound is controlled via the red dial at the bottom of the fork (see image above). Rebound controls how fast or slow the suspension responds after it’s absorbed the impact.

Set the Rebound speed fast if you’re local trails are littered with lots of rocks and tree roots. And slow if you’re riding consists of fast and flowy trails.

Lastly, the blue lever controls the compression. There are three modes; soft, medium and firm. And they can be adjusted as you’re riding.

It’s a similar story with the rear shock; air pressure, rebound and compression.

NEW SHIMANO SLX 12-SPEED

Shimano has (finally) debuted two brand new 12-speed groupsets. And SLX is the workhorse in the range - while still retaining a performance edge.

One distinct edge Shimano has over SRAM is shifting under load. It’s so precise, quiet and fast. This is the result of Shimano’s Hyperglide+ technology.

And according to Shimano it’s next gen stuff - and everyone agrees.

Here’s the lowdown from GMBN:

Benefits:

  • Better chain engagement and retention.
  • Decisive shifting under light and extreme pedalling load.
  • 33% faster shifting than current Shimano HG chain and cassette.

GIANT WHEELS

Giant AM wheels are specifically designed for the intended use you’re going to put the Trance to.

Rim width on the new AM wheels are 30mm inner and 34mm outer - so they meet modern trends. Wheel weight is 2,260 grams.

Benefits of wide rims:

First, the tyre can house more air volume that then delivers a smoother ride - especially over fast, chattery impacts caused from tree roots and rocks.

And tubeless tyres are exceptionally supple; allowing the tyre to mould over the trail surface instead of bouncing off it.

And both wheels are set up tubeless.

For those that haven’t experienced tubeless:

The inner rubber tube is replaced by a liquid sealant. When you get a pinch flat or small cut (up to 2mm), the sealant will plug the whole almost instantly.

For cuts that don’t seal you can either:

Replace with a brand new tube. Or use a tubeless tyre plug, like in the video below:

And the benefits?

No inner tube removes the surface friction between the tyre and tube. The wheel rolls smoother.

Then you can use lower tyre pressures; delivering more grip and traction. Resulting in way more control than you would otherwise have.

GMBN gives the lowdown on key reasons for tubeless:



NEW SHIMANO SLX 12-SPEED

Shimano has (finally) debuted two brand new 12-speed groupsets. And SLX is the workhorse in the range - while still retaining a performance edge.

One distinct edge Shimano has over SRAM is shifting under load. It’s so precise, quiet and fast. This is the result of Shimano’s Hyperglide+ technology.

And according to Shimano it’s next gen stuff - and everyone agrees.

GIANT TRANCE 2 (2020)

There are two reasons why you should consider the new 2020 Giant Trance 2:

One, it’s the best value for money Trance in the range. It has the latest range of performance components - that are also affordable.

And it’s super versatile; it can do (almost) anything you throw at it.

Here’s the long version:

THE FRAME

As the leading bicycle brand in the world, Giant manufactures some of the best aluminum (and carbon fibre) frames - for themselves and other brands.

The aluminium frame on the Trance 2 is called ALUXX SL. All performance mountain bikes use this premium-grade aluminium frame.

The details:

It’s lighter and stiffer compared to most aluminium frames; achieved through a process called double butting. When the frame is cut in half along its length, there are two wall thicknesses; thicker in high load areas (usually at the welds) and thinner where there isn’t as much load (towards the centre of the tube).

This process removes unneeded material and reinforces where it’s required.

This means:

The Trance is lighter; it climbs well and easy to manoeuvre around tight spots on the trail.

And it’s stiffer; ensuring all the power you put into the frame gets transferred into forward motion (and not sucked up by the frame flexing).

GEOMETRY

In the pursuit to make the Trance versatile, the geometry has to be dialled and versatile as well. Too much travel and the bike won’t climb and too little, it becomes unstable at high speed.

That’s where the Trance hits a nice sweet spot.

Giant has engineered the Trance 2 to deliver 140mm of rear wheel travel and is paired with a 150mm suspension fork.

And speaking of sweet spot, the head tube angle (E) is 67.0-degrees. It’s an excellent balance that makes the Trance 2 a competent climber and delivers high-speed stability on descents at the same time.

The seat tube angle (B) measures 73.5-degrees. This is steep enough to keep your weight over the bottom bracket and minimise suspension movement on climbs.

However, for riders with short torso length or those who are frequently climbing steep trails it worth sliding the seat forward.

At 435mm, the chain stay length (I) is very short. Paired with 27.5-inch wheels this makes the Trance 2 incredibly responsive and easy to move around on the trail.

FOX SUSPENSION

Fox created the 34 Rhythm as an affordable performance option.

Key details:

It uses an air spring that can be tuned for each rider, depending on body weight.

Rebound is controlled via the red dial at the bottom of the fork (see image above). Rebound controls how fast or slow the suspension responds after it’s absorbed the impact.

Set the Rebound speed fast if you’re local trails are littered with lots of rocks and tree roots. And slow if you’re riding consists of fast and flowy trails.

Lastly, the blue lever controls the compression. There are three modes; soft, medium and firm. And they can be adjusted as you’re riding.

It’s a similar story with the rear shock; air pressure, rebound and compression.

NEW SHIMANO SLX 12-SPEED

Shimano has (finally) debuted two brand new 12-speed groupsets. And SLX is the workhorse in the range - while still retaining a performance edge.

One distinct edge Shimano has over SRAM is shifting under load. It’s so precise, quiet and fast. This is the result of Shimano’s Hyperglide+ technology.

And according to Shimano it’s next gen stuff - and everyone agrees.

Here’s the lowdown from GMBN:

Benefits:

  • Better chain engagement and retention.
  • Decisive shifting under light and extreme pedalling load.
  • 33% faster shifting than current Shimano HG chain and cassette.

GIANT WHEELS

Giant AM wheels are specifically designed for the intended use you’re going to put the Trance to.

Rim width on the new AM wheels are 30mm inner and 34mm outer - so they meet modern trends. Wheel weight is 2,260 grams.

Benefits of wide rims:

First, the tyre can house more air volume that then delivers a smoother ride - especially over fast, chattery impacts caused from tree roots and rocks.

And tubeless tyres are exceptionally supple; allowing the tyre to mould over the trail surface instead of bouncing off it.

And both wheels are set up tubeless.

For those that haven’t experienced tubeless:

The inner rubber tube is replaced by a liquid sealant. When you get a pinch flat or small cut (up to 2mm), the sealant will plug the whole almost instantly.

For cuts that don’t seal you can either:

Replace with a brand new tube. Or use a tubeless tyre plug, like in the video below:

And the benefits?

No inner tube removes the surface friction between the tyre and tube. The wheel rolls smoother.

Then you can use lower tyre pressures; delivering more grip and traction. Resulting in way more control than you would otherwise have.

GMBN gives the lowdown on key reasons for tubeless:



NEW SHIMANO SLX 12-SPEED

Shimano has (finally) debuted two brand new 12-speed groupsets. And SLX is the workhorse in the range - while still retaining a performance edge.

One distinct edge Shimano has over SRAM is shifting under load. It’s so precise, quiet and fast. This is the result of Shimano’s Hyperglide+ technology.

And according to Shimano it’s next gen stuff - and everyone agrees.

GIANT TRANCE 2 (2020)

There are two reasons why you should consider the new 2020 Giant Trance 2:

One, it’s the best value for money Trance in the range. It has the latest range of performance components - that are also affordable.

And it’s super versatile; it can do (almost) anything you throw at it.

Here’s the long version:

THE FRAME

As the leading bicycle brand in the world, Giant manufactures some of the best aluminum (and carbon fibre) frames - for themselves and other brands.

The aluminium frame on the Trance 2 is called ALUXX SL. All performance mountain bikes use this premium-grade aluminium frame.

The details:

It’s lighter and stiffer compared to most aluminium frames; achieved through a process called double butting. When the frame is cut in half along its length, there are two wall thicknesses; thicker in high load areas (usually at the welds) and thinner where there isn’t as much load (towards the centre of the tube).

This process removes unneeded material and reinforces where it’s required.

This means:

The Trance is lighter; it climbs well and easy to manoeuvre around tight spots on the trail.

And it’s stiffer; ensuring all the power you put into the frame gets transferred into forward motion (and not sucked up by the frame flexing).

GEOMETRY

In the pursuit to make the Trance versatile, the geometry has to be dialled and versatile as well. Too much travel and the bike won’t climb and too little, it becomes unstable at high speed.

That’s where the Trance hits a nice sweet spot.

Giant has engineered the Trance 2 to deliver 140mm of rear wheel travel and is paired with a 150mm suspension fork.

And speaking of sweet spot, the head tube angle (E) is 67.0-degrees. It’s an excellent balance that makes the Trance 2 a competent climber and delivers high-speed stability on descents at the same time.

The seat tube angle (B) measures 73.5-degrees. This is steep enough to keep your weight over the bottom bracket and minimise suspension movement on climbs.

However, for riders with short torso length or those who are frequently climbing steep trails it worth sliding the seat forward.

At 435mm, the chain stay length (I) is very short. Paired with 27.5-inch wheels this makes the Trance 2 incredibly responsive and easy to move around on the trail.

FOX SUSPENSION

Fox created the 34 Rhythm as an affordable performance option.

Key details:

It uses an air spring that can be tuned for each rider, depending on body weight.

Rebound is controlled via the red dial at the bottom of the fork (see image above). Rebound controls how fast or slow the suspension responds after it’s absorbed the impact.

Set the Rebound speed fast if you’re local trails are littered with lots of rocks and tree roots. And slow if you’re riding consists of fast and flowy trails.

Lastly, the blue lever controls the compression. There are three modes; soft, medium and firm. And they can be adjusted as you’re riding.

It’s a similar story with the rear shock; air pressure, rebound and compression.

NEW SHIMANO SLX 12-SPEED

Shimano has (finally) debuted two brand new 12-speed groupsets. And SLX is the workhorse in the range - while still retaining a performance edge.

One distinct edge Shimano has over SRAM is shifting under load. It’s so precise, quiet and fast. This is the result of Shimano’s Hyperglide+ technology.

And according to Shimano it’s next gen stuff - and everyone agrees.

Here’s the lowdown from GMBN:

Benefits:

  • Better chain engagement and retention.
  • Decisive shifting under light and extreme pedalling load.
  • 33% faster shifting than current Shimano HG chain and cassette.

GIANT WHEELS

Giant AM wheels are specifically designed for the intended use you’re going to put the Trance to.

Rim width on the new AM wheels are 30mm inner and 34mm outer - so they meet modern trends. Wheel weight is 2,260 grams.

Benefits of wide rims:

First, the tyre can house more air volume that then delivers a smoother ride - especially over fast, chattery impacts caused from tree roots and rocks.

And tubeless tyres are exceptionally supple; allowing the tyre to mould over the trail surface instead of bouncing off it.

And both wheels are set up tubeless.

For those that haven’t experienced tubeless:

The inner rubber tube is replaced by a liquid sealant. When you get a pinch flat or small cut (up to 2mm), the sealant will plug the whole almost instantly.

For cuts that don’t seal you can either:

Replace with a brand new tube. Or use a tubeless tyre plug, like in the video below:

And the benefits?

No inner tube removes the surface friction between the tyre and tube. The wheel rolls smoother.

Then you can use lower tyre pressures; delivering more grip and traction. Resulting in way more control than you would otherwise have.

GMBN gives the lowdown on key reasons for tubeless:



NEW SHIMANO SLX 12-SPEED

Shimano has (finally) debuted two brand new 12-speed groupsets. And SLX is the workhorse in the range - while still retaining a performance edge.

One distinct edge Shimano has over SRAM is shifting under load. It’s so precise, quiet and fast. This is the result of Shimano’s Hyperglide+ technology.

And according to Shimano it’s next gen stuff - and everyone agrees.

General
Colour
Red
Bike
Frame
ALUXX SL grade aluminium, Maestro 140mm travel, Boost, ISCG 05
Fork
Fox 34 Float Rhythm, GRIP Damper, 15x110mm Axle, OverDrive steerer, 150mm travel
Shock
Fox Float DPS Performance, Trunnion mount
Handlebar
Giant Connect trail rise, 31.8mm
Stem
Giant Contact, 8 degree
Seatpost
Giant Contact Switch dropper, 30.9mm
Saddle
Giant Contact, Neutral
Pedals
N/A
Gears
Shifter
Shimano SLX, 12 speed
Speeds
12.0
Rear Derailleur
Shimano SLX Shadow+
Cassette
Shimano SLX, 10-51T, 12 speed
Chain
Shimano SLX
Crankset
Shimano SLX, 32T
Bottom Bracket
Shimano press fit
Brakes
Brakes
Shimano MT520 hydraulic disc, 180mm
Brake Levers
Shimano MT501 hydraulic
Wheels
Wheel Size
27.5 inch
Rims
Giant AM alloy rim
Hubs
Giant sport disc cassette, 32H
Spokes
Stainless steel, 14g
Tyres
Maxxis High Roller II, TR, EXO, Folding, Fr: 27.5x2.5 Rr: 27.5x2.4
General
Colour
Red
Bike
Frame
ALUXX SL grade aluminium, Maestro 140mm travel, Boost, ISCG 05
Fork
Fox 34 Float Rhythm, GRIP Damper, 15x110mm Axle, OverDrive steerer, 150mm travel
Shock
Fox Float DPS Performance, Trunnion mount
Handlebar
Giant Connect trail rise, 31.8mm
Stem
Giant Contact, 8 degree
Seatpost
Giant Contact Switch dropper, 30.9mm
Saddle
Giant Contact, Neutral
Pedals
N/A
Gears
Shifter
Shimano SLX, 12 speed
Speeds
12.0
Rear Derailleur
Shimano SLX Shadow+
Cassette
Shimano SLX, 10-51T, 12 speed
Chain
Shimano SLX
Crankset
Shimano SLX, 32T
Bottom Bracket
Shimano press fit
Brakes
Brakes
Shimano MT520 hydraulic disc, 180mm
Brake Levers
Shimano MT501 hydraulic
Wheels
Wheel Size
27.5 inch
Rims
Giant AM alloy rim
Hubs
Giant sport disc cassette, 32H
Spokes
Stainless steel, 14g
Tyres
Maxxis High Roller II, TR, EXO, Folding, Fr: 27.5x2.5 Rr: 27.5x2.4
General
Colour
Red
Bike
Frame
ALUXX SL grade aluminium, Maestro 140mm travel, Boost, ISCG 05
Fork
Fox 34 Float Rhythm, GRIP Damper, 15x110mm Axle, OverDrive steerer, 150mm travel
Shock
Fox Float DPS Performance, Trunnion mount
Handlebar
Giant Connect trail rise, 31.8mm
Stem
Giant Contact, 8 degree
Seatpost
Giant Contact Switch dropper, 30.9mm
Saddle
Giant Contact, Neutral
Pedals
N/A
Gears
Shifter
Shimano SLX, 12 speed
Speeds
12.0
Rear Derailleur
Shimano SLX Shadow+
Cassette
Shimano SLX, 10-51T, 12 speed
Chain
Shimano SLX
Crankset
Shimano SLX, 32T
Bottom Bracket
Shimano press fit
Brakes
Brakes
Shimano MT520 hydraulic disc, 180mm
Brake Levers
Shimano MT501 hydraulic
Wheels
Wheel Size
27.5 inch
Rims
Giant AM alloy rim
Hubs
Giant sport disc cassette, 32H
Spokes
Stainless steel, 14g
Tyres
Maxxis High Roller II, TR, EXO, Folding, Fr: 27.5x2.5 Rr: 27.5x2.4
General
Colour
Red
Bike
Frame
ALUXX SL grade aluminium, Maestro 140mm travel, Boost, ISCG 05
Fork
Fox 34 Float Rhythm, GRIP Damper, 15x110mm Axle, OverDrive steerer, 150mm travel
Shock
Fox Float DPS Performance, Trunnion mount
Handlebar
Giant Connect trail rise, 31.8mm
Stem
Giant Contact, 8 degree
Seatpost
Giant Contact Switch dropper, 30.9mm
Saddle
Giant Contact, Neutral
Pedals
N/A
Gears
Shifter
Shimano SLX, 12 speed
Speeds
12.0
Rear Derailleur
Shimano SLX Shadow+
Cassette
Shimano SLX, 10-51T, 12 speed
Chain
Shimano SLX
Crankset
Shimano SLX, 32T
Bottom Bracket
Shimano press fit
Brakes
Brakes
Shimano MT520 hydraulic disc, 180mm
Brake Levers
Shimano MT501 hydraulic
Wheels
Wheel Size
27.5 inch
Rims
Giant AM alloy rim
Hubs
Giant sport disc cassette, 32H
Spokes
Stainless steel, 14g
Tyres
Maxxis High Roller II, TR, EXO, Folding, Fr: 27.5x2.5 Rr: 27.5x2.4
General
Colour
Red
Bike
Frame
ALUXX SL grade aluminium, Maestro 140mm travel, Boost, ISCG 05
Fork
Fox 34 Float Rhythm, GRIP Damper, 15x110mm Axle, OverDrive steerer, 150mm travel
Shock
Fox Float DPS Performance, Trunnion mount
Handlebar
Giant Connect trail rise, 31.8mm
Stem
Giant Contact, 8 degree
Seatpost
Giant Contact Switch dropper, 30.9mm
Saddle
Giant Contact, Neutral
Pedals
N/A
Gears
Shifter
Shimano SLX, 12 speed
Speeds
12.0
Rear Derailleur
Shimano SLX Shadow+
Cassette
Shimano SLX, 10-51T, 12 speed
Chain
Shimano SLX
Crankset
Shimano SLX, 32T
Bottom Bracket
Shimano press fit
Brakes
Brakes
Shimano MT520 hydraulic disc, 180mm
Brake Levers
Shimano MT501 hydraulic
Wheels
Wheel Size
27.5 inch
Rims
Giant AM alloy rim
Hubs
Giant sport disc cassette, 32H
Spokes
Stainless steel, 14g
Tyres
Maxxis High Roller II, TR, EXO, Folding, Fr: 27.5x2.5 Rr: 27.5x2.4
Frame Lifetime (original owner only)
Shimano 2 years
Wheels 2 years
Other 1 year
Frame Lifetime (original owner only)
Shimano 2 years
Wheels 2 years
Other 1 year
Frame Lifetime (original owner only)
Shimano 2 years
Wheels 2 years
Other 1 year
Frame Lifetime (original owner only)
Shimano 2 years
Wheels 2 years
Other 1 year
Frame Lifetime (original owner only)
Shimano 2 years
Wheels 2 years
Other 1 year

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