- Msrp Price$4299
- Star Rating (4.5)
- Riding type Triathlon
- Drive train Ultegra
- Frame build Carbon Mid
If you are looking for an enormous range of road bikes to choose from that caters to budgets between $500- $12,000 then you are in the right place. From aero race to endurance, all-rounder (a Giant category) and adventure. Each category is catered for in the extensive lineup of Giant road bikes.
Causing more buzz than just about any bike release for 2018, the Giant Propel is a thing of beauty, and we love the fact that Giant went out on a limb by only developing the bike in a disc option. That's commitment! The Propel comes in three models and is extremely popular for those riders wanting that fast aero feel.
Our favourite road bikes from Giant live in this category, (Sorry Propel). The TCR that comes in a couple of frame options is the GC contending road bike that has options in both calliper and disc brakes. In fact the TCR comes in more flavours than any other road bike category from Giant which is a pretty good indicator that it's their most popular road bike.
The Giant Delfy is the endurance bike that is suited to those looking to hit up some mixed terrain or cobbled classic. But for most riders, in reality, it's the more relaxed geometry and therefore riding position that attracts them to this model. Seen under many a commuting cyclist around the world as well as under pro teams in the Paris Roubaix.
The options here are simple. You can chose a Trinity or...a Trinity. But to be fair, the Giant Trinity is a great bike and you have several build options to choose from depending on your budget. It has some very clever integration for food and water making it the choice of many long distance triathletes.
Not totally sure about this category as we would tend to categorise these bikes as endurance. In fact if you are looking for them on bikebeagle the endurance category is where you will find them. The Giant Contend bikes share very similar geometry to the carbon Delfy models and are again intended for mixed terrain use.
Rounding out the huge range of bikes from Giant are the CX & Gravel bikes that Giant categorise as X-Road. Here you will find the TCX bikes that will often be seen terrorising local cyclocross races, the Any Road and Tough Road models. The Tough Road models are our pick for anyone looking for a bike-packing rig.