Contend SL 1-GUK S Gun Metal Black Small

£999.00
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THIS LIGHTWEIGHT ALUMINUM ALL-ROUNDER PUTS A PREMIUM ON SMOOTH, CONFIDENT HANDLING. ITS VERSATILE FRAME GEOMETRY IS DESIGNED TO BLEND ENDURANCE POSITIONING WITH QUICK AND AGILE CORNERING AND CLIMBING.

Made with lightweight ALUXX SL aluminum technology, the Contend SL frameset features balanced geometry that gives it an agile yet confident ride. The rear end of the bike is designed for quick acceleration, while the front puts the rider in a confident position for comfort and control. Technologies including the D-Fuse composite seatpost, which adds road-smoothing compliance to reduce fatigue and improve rider comfort. And added frame clearance allows you to run wider tyres up to 28mm.

 

KEY PERFORMANCE FACTORS

BALANCED ROAD GEOMETRY

Frame is specifically engineered to produce a balanced, all-rounder feel that blends confident rider positioning with agile cornering and acceleration.

SMOOTH RIDE QUALITY

Innovative D-Fuse carbon seatpost design reduces road shocks and vibrations for a smooth ride quality that improves comfort and minimizes fatigue.

COMPACT ROAD DESIGN

Compact geometry creates smaller front and rear triangles, creating a lighter & stiffer bike that's easier to handle and fun to ride.

Frame Size: Small
Frame: ALUXX SL-Grade Aluminum
Fork: hybrid composite, OverDrive steerer
Handlebar: Giant Connect
Stem: Sport
Seat Post: Giant D-Fuse composite
Saddle: Contact (forward)
Pedals:
Shifters: Shimano 105
Derailleurs: Shimano 105
Brakes: Tektro TK-B178
Brake Levers: Shimano 105
Cassette: Shimano 105, 11x34
Chain: KMC X11EL-1
Crank Set: FC-RS510, 34/50
Bottom Bracket: Shimano Press Fit
Rims: Giant P-R2 wheelset
Hubs: Giant P-R2 wheelset
Spokes: Giant P-R2 wheelset
Tyres: Giant P-R3 AC, front and rear specific, 700x28, folding, 700x 28/32mm inner tube with 48mm Presta valve
Extras: N/A
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