KEY PERFORMANCE FACTORS
Endurance road geometry, plenty of tire clearance (up to 35mm), and disc-brake integration allow you to tackle a variety of roads and conditions, from smooth pavement to rugged mountain passes.
A road bicycle, also known as a racing bike is a bicycle designed for competitive road cycling. Racing bicycles are designed for maximum performance while remaining legal under the UCI rules. They are designed to minimise aerodynamic drag, rolling resistance, and weight, and balance the desire for stiffness for pedaling effiency with the need for some flexibility for comfort. Racing bicycles sacrifice comfort for speed compared to non-racing bicycles. The drop handlebars are positioned lower than the saddle in order to put the rider in a more aerodynamic posture. The front and back wheels are close together so the bicycle has quick handling, which is preferred by experienced racing cyclists
Engineered to climb, corner and descend with efficiency and speed, a Giant road bike gives you a competitive edge. Whether you’re racing, training or going for the KOM, these men’s road bikes do it all, and do it faster.