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Giant TCR Advanced Frames

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MSRP : $1700.00

Product Description

Using lightweight, race-proven Advanced Composite material, Giant engineers created the 2012 TCR Advanced frame as a single high-performance system.

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TCR Advanced vs. TCR SLR

I'm looking at getting my first road bike after years of only mtb. I'm looking at the Giant TCR Advanced 1 Force or the Giant TCR SLR 0. I definitley want Sram shifting as I prefer it, on the bikes I have tested, to shimano or campy. Which will I like better, the aluminum frame with top of the line ... Read More »

2010 used giant tcr advanced sl 0 (ISP) vs. new 2013 madone 4.5

I'm thinking about selling my current practically new madone (ultegra) as it is a bit big, and saw on craigs a 2010 giant tcr sl 0 equipped with sram red (older version) and mavic Kysrium SL wheels (older silver version). The bike is said to have 4500 miles as owner is getting out of cycling because ... Read More »

Help with specific di2 compatible cable stops for 2013 tcr advanced sl frame

Hi All, For those who have upgraded from mechanical to di2 on the tcr advanced sl frame. Did you replace the cable stops or were you able to jerry rig and use some other parts with the areas that still need cable stops, like the rear chain stay hole that connects from frame to the rear derailleu ... Read More »

2015 TCR Advanced SL question

Will Giant come out with a redesigned TCR Advanced SL for 2015? I see Specialized just released a redesigned S-Works Tarmac and was wondering what Giant's timeline was on a redesigned TCR. It's time for a new road bike for me and I love the looks of the Propel and but I don't love the front brake ... Read More »

2012 TCR Advanced SL - How to close the head tube holes?

TCR Advanced SL 2012 just got it and installed the Ultegra DI2 on it. The 2 front holes in the head tubes which usually fit with the mechanical cabling are remained opened as the DI2 wiring is going within the hole underneath the top tube next to the one with the rear brake cable hole. Anyone knows ... Read More »

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