The largest frame manufacturer in the world had no interest in designing the lightest bike in the world. Giant will gladly bow down to the Trek Emonda; even SCOTT and Cannondale have lighter offerings. Instead, Giant first focused on stiffness—efficiently turning effort into forward motion—but at a light weight. The TCR Advanced Pro 0 uses Giant’s mid-level carbon and still manages to shave grams from its predecessor: 14.2 pounds out of the box in a size medium. Of course, while the carbon is mid-grade, the build is top-notch to reach that weight.
Price: $5,500/ Frame set: $2050
Weight: 14.2 lbs w/o pedals or cages (size Medium)
Specifications: Shimano Dura-Ace 9000, Giant SLR 0 DBL WheelSystem with Giant P-SLR tires, Giant Contact SL bar and stem, and saddle with Giant Variant carbon post.
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The colours have been modified once again in 2007. The team's Giant TCR Advanced Team ISP is now predominantly white and, while that is somewhat unexpected following years of stronger tones, it's a look which quickly grows on you.