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Giant Trance Advanced 27.5 1 Comp/Green

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The fastest way to conquer technical trails. Stay smooth through roots, rocks and ruts.

Cykelbeskrivning


At the core of this trail-devouring 27.5 machine is an Advanced-grade frameset-the lightest 5.5-inch/140mm travel full suspension bike ever built by Giant. Radically molded with the latest lightweight co-pivot design, the frameset pushes composite full suspension bike technology to new limits of weight, strength and performance.

>OverDrive headtube for maximum front end stiffness without weight penalty
>27.5-specific swingarm allows for shortest possible wheelbase resulting in snappy handling

Cykelkomponenter


Ramstorlekar

XS,S, M, L, XL

Färg

Comp/Green

Ram

Advanced-Grade Composite, 5.5"/140mm Maestro Suspension /ALUXX SL Rear

Gaffel eller ev. stötdämpare fram

RockShox Revelation RC Dual Position Air, 140-120mm travel, 15mm Thru-Axle, OverDrive Tapered Steerer

Stötdämpare bak

RockShox Monarch RT

Handtag

Giant Contact SL, Low Rise, 730x31.8mm

Styrstam

Giant Contact SL, ±8-degree rise

Sadelstolpe

Giant Contact SL Switch-R, 30.9mm

Sadel

Fi'zi:k Gobi XM, MG rails

Pedaler

N/A

Växelhandtag

SRAM X01 Trigger, Rear Only

Växelförare fram

N/A

Växelförare bak

SRAM X01, Type-2

Bromsar

SRAM Guide RS [F] 170mm [R] 160mm

Bromshandtag

SRAM Guide RS

Kassett eller ev. drev bak

SRAM XG-1185 10x42, 11-speed

Kedja

KMC X11SL DLC

Vevparti

SRAM X01 32T

Vevlager

SRAM Press Fit

Fälgbana

Giant P-TRX 1 Composite 27.5 WheelSystem

Nav

Giant P-TRX 1 Composite 27.5 WheelSystem, [F] 15mm [R] 12x142mm Thru-Axle

Ekrar

Giant P-TRX 1 Composite 27.5 WheelSystem

Däck

[F] Schwalbe Nobby Nic, 27.5x2.25" TL Ready Snakeskin Trailstar [R] Nobby Nic, 27.5x2.25" TL Ready Snakeskin Pacestar

Vikt

The most accurate way to determine any bike’s weight is to have your local dealer weigh it for you. Many brands strive to list the lowest possible weight, but in reality weight can vary based on size, finish, hardware and accessories. All Giant bikes are designed for best-in-class weight and ride quality.

Ramgeometri


Frame size

XS (37) S (38) M (43.5) L (48.5) XL (51)

Head tube angle (°)

67.0 67.0 67.0 67.0 67.0

Seat tube angle (°)

73.5 73.5 73.5 73.5 73.5

Top tube length (cm)

55.0 57.0 60.0 62.0 64.5

Reach (cm)

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Head tube length (cm)

10.0 10.0 10.0 12.0 13.5

Stack (cm)

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Chain stay length (cm)

44.0 44.0 44.0 44.0 44.0

Wheelbase (cm)

110.5 112.5 115.5 117.7 120.4

Standover height (cm)

79.5 78.2 77.7 79.2 79.3

Cykelteknik


Giant Maestro suspension


Whatever off-road adventures you seek, Giant's Maestro Suspension helps you make the most of your efforts. Control, traction, comfort, speed—you get more of everything with Maestro. From fast and efficient 4-inch-travel XC to full 8-inch DH bikes, Maestro is an adaptable system that offers smooth, active rear suspension on all types of terrain.

Pedaling efficiency


Whether 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


From 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.

The Aluxx advantage


From the manipulation of atomic grain structures to our advanced forming and welding techniques, Giant has been at the forefront of aluminum engineering for more than 30 years. Today, ALUXX Aluminum Technology represents the pinnacle of alloy performance. A heritage of craftsmanship combined with unmatched manufacturing capabilities gives Giant the unique ability to monitor every step of the aluminum frame-building process. Through our cutting-edge materials science, proprietary forming techniques, and attention to detail, we are constantly advancing aluminum performance to create bikes that are lighter, stronger and stiffer. The difference can be felt in the ride. Every aluminum bike bearing the ALUXX Aluminum Technology label must live up to the highest standards and meet the tightest tolerances of any aluminum frame in the world.

Giant Aluxx SL


Extremely lightweight framesets featuring high-performance strength-to-weight ratios.
>Predominantly features 6011 alloy for a high-performance strength-to-weight ratio.
>Double butting results in lighter weight without sacrificing strength.
>Features PressForming, WarmForming (advanced manipulation of tubeset shaping via an injection of high-pressure air) and FluidForming in select models.
>Features both Standard (double-pass weld technique without finish sanding/filing) and Smooth welding techniques for outstanding strength and weight.

Unrivaled Composite technology


With more than 25 years of experience in carbon fiber engineering, plus a long history of rigorous development and testing with professional athletes, Giant is the industry leader in composite bicycle technology. To meet the needs of high-performance riders, Giant offers two grades: Advanced SL and Advanced Composite. Both feature unique materials, resin formulas and construction techniques.

Giant Advanced Composite technology


Giant's High Performance-grade raw carbon fiber is used to produce custom composite material in our own composite factory. Extremely lightweight, stiff and compliant, these handcrafted frames feature the following materials and processes:
>High Performance-grade raw carbon material features an excellent stiffness-to-weight ratio.
>High Performance formula provides excellent void minimization (bubbles) while maintaining outstanding strength. And vibration absorbing particles are added to help disperse road shock.
>The front triangle (downtube, headtube, toptube, seattube) is assembled and molded as one continuous piece. The Modified Monocoque Construction. This front half is then joined to the rear chainstays and seatstays in a secondary process. This process eliminates the outermost woven composite sheet to reduce weight without affecting ride quality, strength or stiffness.

Giant 27.5 wheel technology


Superior performance without compromise. These are the reasons to ride Giant 27.5:

Lighter weight


Significantly lower bike and rotational wheel weight helps you climb faster with less effort.

Overall bike weight

Compare the weights of identically equipped bikes with different wheel sizes and you'll see substantial weight differences. As expected, the 26-inch-wheel bike is somewhat lighter than the 27.5, and substantially lighter than the 29 (up to two pounds of overall bike weight savings from 29 to 27.5). Every gram saved helps you ride faster.

Wheel/tire weight

The overall weight of a 27.5 wheel set (wheel, tire and inner tube) is only 5% greater than that of an identically built 26-inch wheel set. Compare this to the 12% increase of a 29-inch wheel set and you can see how a seemingly small increase in diameter results in substantial weight gain—and poorer performance when climbing or accelerating.

Weight comparison

Lighter wheels/tires result in a quicker acceleration and lighter overall bike weight - a win-win combination.

More efficient


Snappier acceleration and a reduced angle of attack for a smoother, more agile ride.

Rollover

Increased wheel diameter decreases the angle of attack (the angle in which a round object intersects a square object). This is a good thing. A 29-inch wheel rolls over a 6-centimeter square-edge obstacle 14% more efficiently than a 26-inch wheel does. In comparison, a 27.5-inch wheel rolls over the same obstacle 9.8% more efficiently than a 26-inch wheel does. Another way to analyze angle of attack is the degree of impact—where 26-inch equals X degree, 27.5 equals X-4 degrees and 29 equals X-6 degrees. Again, a shallower angle is better—so 29-inch takes the win, with 27.5 exhibiting nearly the same performance but without the weight penalty.

Acceleration

Arguably the most important benefit of 27.5 over 29 is quicker acceleration. This is the "snap" that a rider feels when they push hard on the pedals. It is affected not just by overall static weight but also where the weight is distributed throughout the wheel. The farther the weight is from the center of the hub, the slower the acceleration. So a similarly constructed 1000-gram 29-inch wheel is slower to accelerate than a 1000-gram 26-inch wheel—because the larger diameter rim and longer spokes place weight farther from the hub. The key to snappy acceleration is minimizing the weight of the outermost components (rim, nipples, spokes, tire, tube). As you can see, a 27.5-inch wheel is only 1.5% slower to accelerate than a similarly constructed 26-inch wheel, but a 29-inch wheel is 3.6% slower than a similarly constructed 26-inch wheel.

Better control


A larger tire contact patch, increased stiffness, and optimized frame geometry improve traction, braking and handling.

Traction

The larger the diameter of a wheel, the greater the contact patch of the tire. A larger contact patch results in better traction, which leads to improved acceleration, deceleration and cornering. As you can see, a 27.5-inch wheel has a similar contact patch to the 29.

Frame stiffness

Lateral (side-to-side) frame stiffness can be affected by wheel size. To accommodate larger wheels, frame dimensions must be elongated. Therefore, a size medium 29-inch wheel frame has more lateral flex (bottom bracket and headtube) than a size medium 27.5 or 26-inch wheel frameset. Additional flex compromises handling under heavy pedaling or sharp cornering.

Frame geometry

The larger the wheel, the more difficult it is to optimize geometry, especially on smaller frames. As the frame size decreases, headtube heights become higher (in relation to saddle height). On 26 or 27.5-inch frames, it's less of a problem, but geometry limitations can affect smaller 29-inch-wheel frames.
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