Giant Group acquires 32.5 percent of Portland-based Stages in bid to expand its presence in the indoor cycling market.
New Giant aero rig breaks cover.
SRM power-meter pedals compared to Stages, new S-Works tires, Cadex carbon-spoked wheels, and more.
Arrival of Giant gives Aussie-backed WorldTour teams new stability going into franchise's second decade.
I broke the seatpost, finished second, and had a blast.
I like the new geometry, the overall ride feel, and the parts package. And yes, I broke the seatpost.
Six new models start at $2,300.
The Tour de France usually brings with it a slew of new bikes and gear. Here's what to look for at the 2020 Tour, and how to spot it.
'If you can’t see race then you can’t see the racism that comes along with it,' says MTB pro Eliot Jackson.
Force eTap AXS works quite well for gravel when it's warm and dry. But what about in snow, ice and sub-zero temps?
Giant is following the lead of Trek, offering bikes to consumers online, but they will still have to pick up their new rides at a shop.
Chad Haga rides his TCR long and low, with a Pioneer power meter and wide Dura-Ace gearing
Giant's redesigned Defy endurance road platform is lighter than ever, even with disc brakes
Giant's carbon-framed Defy models will come with disc brakes only, a nod to the future of braking on the road
A detailed look at the bike of the fastest man in France
The bike manufacturer will also sponsor a men's development team and a women's squad
An unnamed U.S. company that was slated to be the team's title sponsor backed out
Giant unveils 12 new designs for 2014, all built around the new 27.5-inch wheel size
Disc brakes are the common theme throughout all of the models
Giant questions the revenue and technology benefits after Specialized and Ridley go in-house with their aero testing
We detail Tom-Jelte Slagter's new Giant aero road frame, which he piloted to the Tour Down Under title last week
Men’s and women’s aero road frames debut in Australia
Asian manufacturer unveils its aero road offering in Germany
Giant Bicycles has upped the 29er ante with the introduction of Anthem X Advanced carbon/aluminum 29er and all-aluminum women's Anthem X 29er models
How many Olympic gold medalists are racing the 2011 Leadville 100 on Saturday? One for sure. That's Bart Brentjens, winner of the first ever Olympic cross country mountain bike race at Atlanta 1996. Bart-man also won bronze at Athens 2004, plus a ton of World Cup races during his long and prestigious pro career.
The Bend, Oregon-resident won the Downieville All-Mountain World Championship last year on Giant's Anthem X 29er full-suspension bike, and is roundly considered one of the best descenders on the North American cross-country circuit.
Giant adds new technologies — bigger stems, integrated sensors, internal cables & more — to 2012 road line
Giant introduces a bevy of new features in its 2012 road bike line. Nick Legan gives his take.
One of the most impressive items that Giant has launched for the 2012 model year is its new WheelSystem.
A look at Giro leader Pieter Weening's Team Rabobank Giant
In part 3 of our addendum to the November issue of VeloNews magazine, our tech editors detail the 'cross bikes they picked as favorite high-value budget race bikes for this season.
Singletrack.com Bike Test: With a one-inch difference, are there four-inch XC bikes that can hang on the trail or five-inch trail rigs that can go out and race? We tested a bunch of bikes in search of a few cross-over rigs.
Singletrack.com Bike Test: If you — and your bank account — choke on the phrase "quiver of bikes" when it comes to deciding on one or more rigs for cross-country racing and heavy trail ripping, well then, Singletrack.com's first-ever bike review just might be what you're looking for.
New Rabobank-Giant Off-Road Team and expanded Giant Factory Off-Road Team will feature top cross-country and downhill athletes.