Interactions with Giant bikes on 99 Spokes over the last 30 days, adjusted for traffic volume by country.

Top Countries
  1. 🇺🇸 United States
  2. 🇦🇺 Australia
  3. 🇨🇦 Canada
  4. 🇬🇧 United Kingdom
  5. 🇳🇿 New Zealand
  6. 🇸🇬 Singapore
  7. 🇵🇭 Philippines
  8. 🇫🇷 France
  9. 🇹🇼 Taiwan
  10. 🇮🇪 Ireland
Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Which Giant bikes are most popular?

The most popular Giant model families are the Defy Advanced, TCR Advanced, and Trance.

Q: Does Giant make eBikes?

Yes, Giant manufactures both conventional bikes and e-bikes.

Recent Reviews
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[R]eviewed // Giant Trance E+ X 1 ‘alloy’

The latest generation Trance X E+ range comes out swinging with a ton of new features and performance upgrades over the previous versions and one of the things that is really notable on the new bike is how beautifully integrated and ‘clean looking’ its appearance is. The bike now features an LED information display seamlessly integrated into the toptube and there’s a new ‘super compact’ controller for switching through the various power modes. Would you say Giant have really upped […]

Oct 2022Read Review

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Giant Revolt 0 review

Matthew Loveridge

Do-it-all aluminium gravel bike has lots to offer but doesn’t stand out

  • Versatility

  • Generous tyre clearances

  • Beginner-friendly spec

  • Deserves better tyres

  • Weight

Sep 2022Read Review

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Giant Propel Advanced SL 0 review

Simon von Bromley

The new Giant Propel is a true Goldilocks bike – exceptionally lightweight and seemingly very aerodynamic, with fantastic handling and little to complain about

  • Very light

  • Confident handling

  • Fast and responsive ride feel

  • Comfortable

  • Flippable seatpost head

  • Near-flawless build spec

  • Highly adjustable front end

  • Integrated seatpost

  • 25c tyres feel slightly behind the curve

  • No stock handlebar widths narrower than 400mm

Sep 2022Read Review

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Giant Defy Advanced 0 review

Warren Rossiter

Very special frameset completed with a superb level of kit and fantastic wireless gearing

  • Smooth ride

  • Brilliant gear system

  • Great handling and value

  • In this guise, at this price, the Defy is nearly flawless

Aug 2022Read Review

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Giant Revolt E+ review

Warren Rossiter

Handles long, rough, technical rides superbly, thanks to impressive power and agility

  • Great power and range

  • Integrated system

  • Fun handling

  • Weighty

  • Doesn’t come cheap

Aug 2022Read Review

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Giant Trance Advanced Pro 29 1 review

Robin Weaver

A capable bike on the descents and the Live Valve system helps to boost efficiency, even if it does add cost and complication

  • Good geometry

  • Very capable considering the travel figures

  • Live Valve boosts efficiency

  • Live Valve adds complication (along with extra cabling)

  • Fork not particularly forgiving

Aug 2022Read Review