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Giant Glory Advanced Frameset
$3,000.00
From world cup podiums to your local DH run. Give yourself the factory pro treatment with this lean, mean DH machine. This killer composite frameset has been developed and perfected over the years in an uncompromising quest to give Giant pros the fastest DH bike in the world. The latest version of the Glory Advanced breaks new ground in stiffness, weight and all-around performance. It features 200mm of fully active Maestro rear suspension on a superlight, stiff and strong composite mainframe. The frame geometry, engineered to optimize its 27.5 wheels, has helped deliver pros like Marcelo Gutierrez to World Cup podiums on the world’s toughest courses. It’s the lightest composite DH frame ever produced by Giant, and it’s hungry to win.
Giant Glory Advanced 0
$8,375.00
From world cup podiums to your local DH run. Give yourself the factory pro treatment with Giant's lean, mean DH machine. The Glory Advanced 0 is a killer composite machine has been developed and perfected over the years in an uncompromising quest to give Giant pros the fastest DH bike in the world. The latest version of the Glory Advanced breaks new ground in stiffness, weight and all-around performance. It features 200mm of fully active Maestro rear suspension on a superlight, stiff and strong composite mainframe. The frame geometry, engineered to optimize its 27.5 wheels, has helped deliver pros like Marcelo Gutierrez to World Cup podiums on the world’s toughest courses. It’s the lightest composite DH frame ever produced by Giant, and it’s hungry to win.
Giant Glory Advanced 0
$8,160.00
A DH machine that knows how to win. From wicked world cup tracks to your local trails, total confidence and control. In the world of pro DH racing, marginal gains mean everything. This composite gravity machine has been developed and perfected over the years to give Giant factory pros every advantage in a sport decided by fractions of a second. The latest version of the Glory Advanced breaks new ground in stiffness, weight and all-around performance. It features 203mm of fully active Maestro rear suspension on a superlight, stiff and strong composite mainframe. The frame geometry, engineered to optimize its 27.5 wheels, has helped deliver Marcelo Gutierrez to World Cup podiums on the world’s toughest courses. It’s the lightest composite DH frame ever produced by Giant, and it’s always hungry to win. - Advanced-grade composite mainframe with 200mm of fully-active Maestro suspension - RockShox Boxxer Team 200mm-travel fork with 20mm thru-axle - RockShox Vivid R2C rear shock - DT Swiss EX 471 wheelset with Maxxis Minion DHF tubeless tires - DH-specific SRAM XO1 7-speed drivetrain with SRAM Guide Ultimate brakes
Giant Glory 2
$3,215.00
All guts. All Glory. Explode out of the start and rail roots, rocks, and ruts. Glory devours DH terrain with speed and total control. When you’re charging through technical, pounding DH terrain at top speeds, you need confidence and control to stay on your game. With 203mm of fully active Maestro Suspension featuring a co-pivot shock mount, the Glory 27.5 has been tested and proven by some of the top DH racers and gravity riders in the world. Its lightweight, super-strong frame is engineered with geometry that’s optimized for its 27.5 wheels, plus a super stiff OverDrive steerer tube for unwavering control and steering precision. The 63-degree headtube angle and longer wheelbase was developed and refined with riders from the Giant Factory Off-Road Team to excel on the steepest, most extreme DH tracks in the world. - ALUXX SL-grade aluminum frame with 200mm of fully-active Maestro suspension - Marzocchi Bomber 380 R 200mm-travel fork with 20mm thru-axle - Fox Van Performance rear shock - Giant P-AM2 Disc wheelset with Maxxis Minion DHF tubeless tires - SRAM X5 1x9-speed drivetrain with SRAM Level TL hydraulic disc brakes
Giant Glory 2
$3,150.00
Fly through roots, rock gardens and ruts, nail every line. The Glory 2 is a proven DH machine gives you the confidence to attack. When you’re charging through rocks, roots and ruts at top speeds, you need to stay on your game. With 200mm of fully active Maestro Suspension and a lightweight, super-strong ALUXX SL frame featuring a co-pivot shock mount, the Glory 27.5 has been tested and proven by some of the top DH racers and gravity riders in the world.. The frame is engineered with geometry that’s optimized for its 27.5 wheels, plus a super stiff OverDrive steerer tube for unwavering control and steering precision. Glory helps you boost your confidence and increase your speed on fast, technical DH terrain.
Giant Glory Advanced 27.5 1
$5,650.00
You supply the guts, Giant supplies the Glory. Giant's Glory Advanced 27.5 1 has a crazy-tough, super-stiff Advanced-grade composite front triangle, ALUXX SL aluminum rear swingarm, and 8-inches of terrain-crushing Maestro suspension to get you down the mountain faster than ever. Aggressive, World Cup-proven long and low geometry ekes out top speeds on even the most demanding downhill courses, allowing you to pin the most insane tracks. Even the ugliest drops and chunkiest rock sections will feel like they're pulling punches with the 200mm trail-chewing travel of the Fox 40 Performance Elite fork and the Fox DHX2 shock damping the blows. As the tapered Overdrive head tube steers you through your line with pinpoint precision, the durable, fast-spinning 27.5-inch Giant wheels with Schwalbe rubber may convince you they're magnetically drawn to the base of the mountain. Before you get there, though, a few sharp pedal strokes might be required, so a Shimano Zee 1x10 DH-specific crank and drivetrain deliver. An MRP G3 chainguide keeps your chain locked on, and solid Shimano Zee disc brakes throw down heaps of power at the precise moment before you tuck the wide bars deep in the corner. You've put in the work, you have the guts, now get your Glory.
Giant Glory Advanced 27.5 0
$8,520.00
Built for World Cup pros, Giant's Glory Advanced 27.5 0 features a crazy-light, super-stiff Advanced-grade composite front triangle, ALUXX SL aluminum rear swingarm, and 8-inches of terrain-crushing Maestro suspension. Even the nastiest drops and chunkiest rock sections will feel like they're pulling punches with the 200mm trail-chewing travel from the RockShox Boxxer Team fork and the Vivid R2C coil shock damping the blows. Aggressive, World Cup-proven, long and low geometry ekes out top speeds on even the most demanding downhill courses, allowing you to stay pinned over insane terrain. As the tapered Overdrive head tube nails your lines with pinpoint precision, the durable 27.5-inch DT Swiss wheels with Schwalbe rubber may convince you they're magnetically drawn to the finish line. Before you get there, though, a few sharp pedal strokes might be required, and SRAM's ingenious X01DH drivetrain with X-Sync technology—paired with an MRP G3 chainguide—keeps a lock on your chain while delivering rapid shifting of its perfectly stepped 7-speed cassette. In the moment between pulling the brake levers and the solid SRAM Guide RSC discs stopping you at the bottom of the lift, you'll have just enough time to glance back up the mountain, smile, and think about the winner's party.
Giant Glory 27.5 2
$3,200.00
Drops. Gaps. Berms. Rocks. These are just a few of the things you'll be crushing on your way down the hill with Giant's Glory 27.5 2. Armed with 203mm of travel, the Glory features Giant's ALUXX SL aluminum frame with go-fast 27.5-inch wheels, no-compromise Maestro suspension, and a gravity-hungry geometry crafted by World Cup experience. The rear end is controlled by a RockShox Kage R shock, while a big 200mm-travel RockShox Domain RC fork devours hits and steer you through the wooded sections. Tough Giant wheels inspire you to go big, and SRAM DB5 brakes with 200mm rotors have your back if you get in too deep. Plus, TruVativ's Ruktion cranks rocking an MRP guide and SRAM's X5 drivetrain provide the thrust for this gravity sled. You just got a healthy dose of aluminum courage; that black diamond run isn't looking so scary after all, is it?
Scott Gambler 720
$4,399.99
The SCOTT Gambler 720 is a no-compromises DH weapon. This is the rig that SCOTT-Velosolutions riders Brendan Fairclough and Gaetan Vige rely on daily. With 27.5-inch wheels, a custom race tuned Kashima Coated FOX Suspension and World Cup podium-proven components, this bike was built for speed. Equipped with a low, slack geometry and a tweaked leverage ratio, the Gambler 720 will be able to handle everything in front of you. Following SCOTT's belief that for every track there is a correct tool, this bike was designed to be compatible with 26-inch wheels as well. The frame uses super strong 6061 hydroformed, custom-butted aluminum and is one of the most adjustable downhill frames on the market. The headset is tuneable in 1- or 2-deg increments, with a range from 61- to 65-deg, so the ideal setup can be found for any racer on any track. The bottom bracket height is adjustable by 10mm to accommodate for rider preference as well as wheel size. There are two chainstay length settings – the longer, 440mm setup is ideal for high-speed tracks or for riders who like a planted rear end, while the shorter, 425mm setup gives the bike a lively feel and works better on tighter tracks. A keyed interface of the rear axle and dropouts prevents the rear ends of the bike coming loose after long days at the bike park and eliminates the need for pinch bolts on the rear axle. Additionally, the stiffer feeling rear end provides better and more consistent cornering traction over traditional axle designs. With a dual-crown Fox FIT4 Performance Elite fork providing 203mm of suspension, the Gambler 720 is ready for some serious gravity riding. A custom tuned Fox VAN RC Coil rear shock provides low compression/rebound adjustment and perfectly harmonizes with the Floating Link rear pivot design. SRAM GX drivetrain components provide downhill-specific functionality, including a Mini Block 11-25 cassette. Quad-piston brake calipers clamp down hard on the 200mm rotors for incredible stopping power. The Truvativ Descendant crankset is strong enough for the occasional rock bash and prevents chain drops with the help of an e.Thirteen ISCG-mounted LG1 chainguide. Syncros MD30 hoops offer a wide, tubeless-ready rim that's an ideal footprint for wider downhill tires, and the Schwalbe Downhill Magic Mary tires offer extra grip for downhill shredding with their Addix Soft compound.
Scott Gambler 710
$6,799.99
The SCOTT Gambler 710 is a no-compromises DH weapon. This is the rig that SCOTT-Velosolutions riders Brendan Fairclough and Gaetan Vige rely on daily. With 27.5-inch wheels, a custom race tuned Kashima Coated FOX Suspension and World Cup podium-proven components, this bike was built for speed. Equipped with a low, slack geometry and a tweaked leverage ratio, the Gambler 710 will be able to handle everything in front of you. Following SCOTT's belief that for every track there is a correct tool, this bike was designed to be compatible with 26-inch wheels as well. The frame uses super strong 6061 hydroformed, custom-butted aluminum and is one of the most adjustable downhill frames on the market. The headset is tuneable in 1- or 2-deg increments, with a range from 61- to 65-deg, so the ideal setup can be found for any racer on any track. The bottom bracket height is adjustable by 10mm to accommodate for rider preference as well as wheel size. There are two chainstay length settings – the longer, 440mm setup is ideal for high-speed tracks or for riders who like a planted rear end, while the shorter, 425mm setup gives the bike a lively feel and works better on tighter tracks. A keyed interface of the rear axle and dropouts prevents the rear ends of the bike coming loose after long days at the bike park and eliminates the need for pinch bolts on the rear axle. Additionally, the stiffer feeling rear end provides better and more consistent cornering traction over traditional axle designs. A FOX 40 RC2 Factory fork with Kashima coating and 203mm of travel soaks up the roughest the trail can throw at you while you're charging downhill. Integrated fork bumpers protect the frame and cables from the fork in the event of a crash. The FOX X2 coil Kashima coated rear shock is customed tuned and offers independent high/low compression and rebound adjustment. Top-of-the-line drivetrain components come in the form of SRAM X01 shifter and rear derailleur, with a downhill-specific Mini Block 11-25 cassette. A Race Face Atlas crankset and E.thirteen chainguard keep the chain from dropping on even the most brutal sections of the course. Syncros Revelstoke DH1.5 wheels feature a wide, tubeless ready rim that's a perfect match for the Schwalbe Magic Mary tires.
Scott Gambler 730
$3,699.99
The SCOTT Gambler 730 is a no-compromises DH weapon. This is the rig that SCOTT-Velosolutions riders Brendan Fairclough and Gaetan Vige rely on daily. With 27.5-inch wheels, a custom race tuned Kashima Coated FOX Suspension and World Cup podium-proven components, this bike was built for speed. Equipped with a low, slack geometry and a tweaked leverage ratio, the Gambler 730 will be able to handle everything in front of you. Following SCOTT's belief that for every track there is a correct tool, this bike was designed to be compatible with 26-inch wheels as well. The frame uses super strong 6061 hydroformed, custom-butted aluminum and is one of the most adjustable downhill frames on the market. The headset is tuneable in 1- or 2-deg increments, with a range from 61- to 65-deg, so the ideal setup can be found for any racer on any track. The bottom bracket height is adjustable by 10mm to accommodate for rider preference as well as wheel size. There are two chainstay length settings—the longer, 440mm setup is ideal for high-speed tracks or for riders who like a planted rear end, while the shorter, 425mm setup gives the bike a lively feel and works better on tighter tracks. A keyed interface of the rear axle and dropouts prevents the rear ends of the bike coming loose after long days at the bike park and eliminates the need for pinch bolts on the rear axle. Additionally, the stiffer feeling rear end provides better and more consistent cornering traction over traditional axle designs. The Gambler 730 features an X-Fusion suspension package that offers a whole new level of gravity-induced fun. The RV1 fork provides 200mm of travel with Hi-Lo Compression/Rebound adjustment, while the custom-tuned Vector R coil rear shock is extra plush for big hits. The SRAM 8-speed X4 shifter and X5 rear derailleur offer plenty of pedaling versatility, and the Shimano quad-piston calipers with 203mm rotors help slow your roll in a hurry when necessary. A durable and stiff Race Face Chester crankset utilizes an e.Thirteen LG-1 chainguide to prevent chain drops. 800mm wide Syncros DH1.5 handlebars are clamped to a direct-mount stem with a 35mm clamping section for increased stiffness and control. Syncros MD30 wheels laced to Formula hubs make for strong hoops, ready to rail through rock gardens. And for extra downhill traction, the Schwalbe Downhill Magic Mary tires with Addix Soft compound do the trick.
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