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Giant Trinity Composite 2 Large Bike - 2012

Item #BTT10082
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Year 2012
Brand Giant
Model Trinity Composite 2
Size Large
Frame Material Carbon Fiber
Weight 20 lbs 6 oz
Build
Fork Carbon, Carbon Fiber
Brakes TRP, Direct/Linear Pull (V-Brakes)
Shifters Shimano Dura-Ace Bar End, Mechanical
Front Derailleur Shimano 105
Rear Derailleur Shimano Ultegra
Crankset FSA, 50/34t, 175 mm
Cassette Shimano 105, 10spd, 11-25t
Chain Shimano Ultegra
Handlebar Giant Alloy, 40 cm
Headset FSA
Stem Giant Connect 31.8 mm x 100mm, 8°
Seatpost Giant, N/A
Saddle ISM Adamo
Wheelset Shimano WH-R501, Shimano WH-R501
Front Tire Giant P-R3, 700C x 23C
Rear Tire Continental Gatorskin, 700C x 23C
Tire Type Clincher
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