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Everything you need to know about Giant Bikes

Looking for a bike and not sure where to start? Not sure about who’s who in the biking world? Or do you want to find out a bit more about your favourite brand?

Welcome to everything you need to know about Giant bikes!

Firstly, let’s talk a little bit about Giant and

We go way back…!

Together we have delivered some of the most incredibly popular bike promotions in’s history, including the memorable ‘win a Giant bike every day’ competition during the Santos Tour Down Under.

Here is something you might not know...

Giant doesn’t need much of an introduction, but do you know what got the brand ticking and how?

Giant bike founders were engineers and craftsman who, in the early 1970s, realised they could put their expertise to good use and enhance the cycling experience by enhancing the actual bike itself. (Picture)

The masterstroke was developing lightweight aluminium frames – all of a sudden Giant was delivering high-quality bikes that were not out of financial reach. The public responded, and bike sales increased; more people began to discover the joy of cycling.

Let’s hear it for the girls. Introducing Liv/giant

A diffusion brand just for females? Sounds like a smart move…

Liv/giant is all about encouraging more women to take up – and maintain – cycling at any level. Liv/giant is an off-shoot brand of Giant comprising women-specific designed bikes, gear, accessories, events (including bike maintenance classes for women) and ambassadors. The Liv/giant family encourages a culture of happy, healthy, more adventurous women linked by a passion for cycling. Liv/giant has established a number of regular women’s rides around Australia that are for cyclists of all levels and skill.

What kind of cycling are you into?

Whatever the distance, whatever the terrain, whatever the speed – there’s a Giant for the job.

Giant bikes range include:






What Giants are Trending on

The hottest-trending Giant bikes are currently:

But wait, there’s more!

Giant isn’t just about bikes – they also deliver on a massive range of rider and bike gear. So what else do they have on board?

Giant Rider Gear

Giant Bike Gear

The Giant Super Stars

Go for a ride anywhere, any time and you’re bound to see a Giant bike out and about. Giant is a favourite amongst all levels of cyclists, but they certainly have their fair share of international superstar riders as well. We’re talking some of the most recognised named in the sport.

So who’s riding Giant?

  • Giant Shimano – formerly known as Argos Shimano, Giant announced its sponsorship of World Tour cycling team in January 2014. The announcement also includes sponsorship of a men’s development team and the Liv/Giant women’s pro team, Rabobank Liv.

  • Giant Shimano – Marcel Kittel, Koen de Kort, Albert Timmer, Bert de Backer, Chad Haga, Cheng Ji, Daan Olivier, Dries Devenyns, Georg Preidler, Johannes Frohlinger, John Degenkolb, Jonas Ahlstrand, Lawson Craddock, Luka Mezgec, Matthieu Sprick, Nikias Arndt, Ramon Sinkeldam, Reinardt Janse van Resburg, Roy Curvers, Sea Keong Loh, Simon Geschke, Thierry Hupond, Thomas Damuseau, Tobias Ludvigsson, Tom Dumoulin, Tom Peterson, Tom Stamsnijder, Tom Veelers, Warren Barguil

Giant also has a development team – Charter Mason Drapac.

  • Rabobank Liv – Marianne Voss, Pauline Ferrand Prevo, Anna Knauer, Anna van der Breggen, Annemiek van Vleuten, Iris Slappendel, Katarzyna Niewiadoma, Lucinda Brand, Roxane Knetemann, Sabrina Stultiens, Thalita de Jong

  • 24 Hour Solo – Jess Douglas

  • Triathlon – Clayton Fettell, Helen Jenkins, Timo Bracht, Erin Densham, Brad Kahlefeldt

  • Pro XC – Marianne Voss, Maja Wloszczowska, Fabian Giger, Emil Lindgren, Henk Jaap Moorlag, Jolanda Neff, Michiel van der Heijd, Pauline Ferrand Prevo

  • Cyclocross – Marianne Voss, Lars van der Haar, Lars Boom, Mike Teunissen, Saan van Paassen

  • Offroad – Paul van der Ploeg, Josh Carlson, Alex Meyland, Brad Davies, Craig Yates, Josh Carlson, Lewis

Rattray, Sam Chancellor, Scott Chancellor

  • Freeride – Andi Wittmann, Jeff Lenosky, Kurt Sorge

Giant – for the Tech Head

Bikes are like computers – they just keep getting smarter, better and more efficient. So what makes a bike brilliant? Giant has a fair idea.

Composite Technology - Otherwise referred to as carbon fibre, delivers an ultra lightweight-to-strength ratio frame. In the world of speed cycling the stronger but lighter the frame, the better.

  • SL Composite – this is Giant’s premium, pro-grade carbon fibre and is woven in Giant’s very own factory

  • Advanced Composite Technology – high performance grade carbon with excellent stiffness-to-weight ratio

  • Giant Composite Technology - performance-grade raw carbon features best-in-class stiffness-to-weight ratios

Aluminium Technology

Lighter, stronger, stiffer. Engineering and cutting edge materials combine to deliver aluminium bike frames that continue to evolve to be lighter, stronger and stiffer than their predecessor models.

• ALUXX SLR – Giant’s top-of-the-range aluminium frameset with the highest strength-to-weight ratios, most advanced forming methods, and unique welding techniques

• ALUXX SL – Extremely lightweight framesets featuring high-performance strength-to-weight ratios

• ALUXX – Lightweight framesets featuring optimized strength-to-weight ratios

Compact Road Design

The science seems simple – smaller triangles create a stiffer, stronger bike. With this knowledge, Giant developed Compact Road Design, which essentially saw the toptube sloping down from the headtube, thus making the frame’s front and rear triangles smaller. Genius.

Giant – Behind the Scenes

So now you know enough about Giant to get a good idea for what’s behind the bike. But why hear it just from us? Click here to see what really makes Giant tick…

If you have any specific questions about Giant bicycles, the Giant bike range, or would simply like to hear more about what has made Giant Bicycles one of the worlds most popular brands in bicycles, please feel free to contact us directly.

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