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Giant Rev Pro MIPS helmet review: A top-end option with a fussy fit

The top-tier road helmet from the world's largest bicycle manufacturer.

2021 Giant TCX Advanced Pro review: CX meets gravel?

Since 2009, the TCX cyclocross bike has been a mainstay of Giant’s range. It has found a great deal of success over the years in World Ch...

2021 Giant TCR Advanced Pro 1 Disc review: detail-driven and race-ready

There's a whole lot of value (and plenty to love) in this mid-tier racer.

The TCRcast: A deep dive with the engineers behind the Giant TCR

This piece is brought to you in partnership with Giant. Find out more about our sponsored content policies here. The ninth generatio...

CT Tech Round-Up #9: New gear from Giant, Pearl Izumi, Suntour, and more

A lot of new gear gets sent to us here at CyclingTips. Our Tech Round-Ups are a look at some of that gear. Sometimes we'll feature produc...

From the Top: A giant of the industry, Bonnie Tu

You could argue that Bonnie Tu is the most powerful woman in cycling, although she wouldn’t think of describing herself that way. She’s b...

Giant has a new TCX Advanced Pro cross bike for 2021

Last updated in 2015, Giant’s TCX Advanced has remained a popular pick amongst cyclocross racers and those seeking a sporty bike for grav...

2021 Giant TCR Advanced SL Disc first-ride review: An aero evolution

Giant’s ninth-generation TCR family follows in the footsteps of other major players in the industry in that it now adds a generous dose o...

2020 Giant Revolt 2 gravel bike review: The $1,000 workhorse

The Giant Revolt 2 is not fancy. It doesn’t take many chances, either in geometry or spec. It’s a workhorse. It is not designed to be the...

2020 Gravel Bike Field Test: 12 bikes, four riders, and endless dirt

You know what’s even better than testing one bike at a time? Testing a dozen of them all at once. CyclingTips recently brought 12 of the ...

2020 Giant XTC Advanced SL 29 1 hardtail review: fast as

When it comes to riding bikes, there are few things I love more than finding the flow of a snaking singletrack trail, smashing the pedals...

Tech gallery: Head to toe with the shoes and helmets of the Tour Down Under

With a few exceptions, bikes within any given team all look the same. The riders wear the same kits. Homogeneity is the goal. There is no...

Pro bikes of the 2020 WorldTour: part four

The final four. Here are the 2020 race bikes of CCC, Bora-Hansgrohe, Lotto-Soudal and Ag2R-La Mondiale.

Spotted: A new 2021 Giant TCR Advanced SL that looks a lot like the old one

Giant has yet to officially announce the next generation of the TCR Advanced SL, but current Olympic champion Greg Van Avermaet of Team C...

Giant Contend AR 1 2020 review: Fresh and affordable all-road

If the lines between road and gravel bikes were already blurry, then the way things are trending is likely to confuse you even further. A...

Giant Contend 2020 entry-level road range: Overhauled and more versatile

While top-tier bikes are becoming more expensive, the opposite end of the spectrum offers surprisingly good bikes for not a lot of money....

Giant revives the Cadex name, but not as you'd expect

It was 1987 when Giant first unveiled the Cadex, arguably the world’s first carbon fibre road bike to be made on a mass scale. Now some 3...

Giant Revolt Advanced 0 2019 gravel bike review

New for 2019, the Revolt Advanced is Giant’s first carbon gravel-focussed steed. Built with performance in mind, it’s a clear departure f...

Giant USA announces frame damage replacement program

Last month, Giant USA quietly announced its new Composite Confidence program, which adds two years of damage replacement or repair covera...

Photo gallery: The best of the 2019 Taipei Cycle Show, day one

Once a place for closed-door distributor meetings, forecasting discussions, and manufacturer meet-ups, the Taipei Cycle Show has grown to...

Giant Surge Pro road cycling shoe review: Kicks with a twist

“Those are some Giant shoes.” So said yet another random cyclist in passing. It was a common pun, and one I’d made myself far too many ti...