NEW GIANT & LIV
Check out the range!
Giant and Liv’s recent new season launch made us feel like five-year olds at Christmas, as we joined other Giant dealers, athletes and cycling media in the Gold Coast for an exclusive unveiling of everything new and shiny for 2018.
With a bunch of our new models just landed in store (and more arriving every day) we can’t wait to share them with you too! Browse new models now
Get the wrap – here’s what the reviewers have to say:
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“Start a swear jar, develop a Ponzi scheme, rob someone smaller than you – get that bike upgrade fund going! The new bike season is almost here, and Giant have just unveiled a fresh range that will have many of you tempted. We’ve just had a good look at the entire Australian lineup. Here are our picks of the bunch.” Read more
“Paint jobs and styling across the entire range of Giant and Liv bike ranges are absolutely ‘on point’ this season. Lots of new vibrant colours that really ‘pop’ but at the same time have a great balanced ‘stealthy’ look to them. It has to be said that this could be the best looking complete bike range we’ve seen to date.”
“Giant’s 2018 model range sees two all new frame designs and updates to the favourites. Giant have often been leading with mountain bike design, including adopting 29″ wheels, and then shifting their range to 27.5″ wheels to suit the needs of their bikes, and of course perfecting the Maestro suspension system. Bikes like the Giant Trance have become trail favourites”
“The TCR is a performance road bike, with sharp geometry that is focused on fast handling, plus low weight and aerodynamic cues to keep it fast. Looking through the range it’s hard to not be attracted to the top-tier TCR Advanced SL 0 Disc. With a full Shimano Dura Ace Di2 Disc group set, superlight Giant wheels and finishing kit, and the ever pro-looking integrated seatpost, this is the bike to look at if you never want to look for an excuse from your equipment. Ride this TCR and you just have to look into the mirror if you’re not happy with your performance.”
“The Liv Langma leads the way in 2018. Named for the local Nepalese word for Everest, the Langma isn’t just a climbing bike, but an all-round race bike, with tubing shaped for the best possible aerodynamics and race-worthy specs in an extremely lightweight (and beautifully-finished) package.”
“The all new Dirt E+100 Pro is an alloy 27.5+ hardtail with Giant’s SyncDrive Pro drive unit. The motor itself is made by Yamaha and the supporting software is programmed by Giant.
With five levels of assist, the SyncPro Drive Unit can offer up to 360 percent of pedal assist. The 80nm motor can also offer assistance at cadences as high as 120rpm, and is said to deliver 100 percent of the assistance in less than 190 milliseconds.”
Browse new models now and then come in and see them in the flesh!
We look forward to seeing you
Grant and the Giant Sydney team