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Giant TCR Advanced Size Chart

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The size charts provide a good foundation for zeroing in on sizing for the TCR Advanced. For those needing a bit more guidance, we've polled some riders of the TCR Advanced and come up with a couple sizing tips. 

If you're between sizes, consider going smaller. A shorter seat post and stem are preferable to a longer one, and you can always make a smaller frame fit with a longer stem. This is especially true if you prioritize comfort over speed.

Giant TCR Advanced Size Chart 

Frame SizeRider Height
XS157 - 169 cm5' 2" - 5' 7"
S165 - 175 cm5' 5" - 5' 9"
M171 - 187 cm5' 7" - 5' 11"
L183- 193 cm5' 10" - 6' 2"
XL189 - 199 cm6' 2" - 6' 6"

Giant TCR Advanced Geometry 2020 - 2023

 XS (mm)XS (inches)S (mm)S (inches)M (mm)M (inches)ML (mm)ML (inches)L (mm)L (inches)XL (mm)XL (inches)
SEAT TUBE LENGTH (mm)42516.744517.547018.550019.753020.956022
SEAT TUBE ANGLE74.5°74.5°74.0°74.0°73.5°73.5°73.0°73.0°73.0°73.0°72.5°72.5°
TOP TUBE LENGTH (mm)52020.553521.155021.756522.258022.860023.6
HEAD TUBE LENGTH (mm)1204.71305.11455.71656.51857.32007.9
HEAD TUBE ANGLE71.0°71.0°72.3°72.3°73.0°73.0°73.0°73.0°73.0°73.0°73.0°73.0°
FORK RAKE (mm)451.8451.8451.8451.8451.8451.8
TRAIL (mm)72.12.8642.559.22.359.22.359.22.359.22.3
WHEELBASE (mm)97638.497738.598038.699139100639.6102040.2
CHAIN STAY LENGTH (mm)40515.940515.940515.940515.940515.940515.9
BOTTOM BRACKET DROP (mm)722.8702.8702.8672.6672.6672.6
STACK (mm)51720.452820.854521.556222.158122.959623.5
REACH (mm)37614.838315.138815.339315.540215.841216.2
STAND OVER HEIGHT (mm)70627.872528.574729.477330.480031.581632.1
HANDLEBAR WIDTH (mm)40015.740015.742016.542016.544017.344017.3
STEM LENGTH (mm)803.1903.51003.91104.31104.31204.7
CRANK LENGTH (mm)1706.71706.7172.56.8172.56.81756.91756.9
WHEEL SIZE700C700C700C700C700C700C700C700C700C700C700C700C

You may also want to consider your riding style and goals - if you're a long-distance rider who prioritizes comfort, you might prefer a slightly larger size. If you're a racer or prefer a more aggressive fit, you may do better with a smaller size.

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