Giant's Aeryn is one sweet, wind-slicing machine that's ready to get you to the next transition. This fast ride is constructed from Giant's ALUXX SL aero aluminum frame with a composite fork for a lightweight, vibration-damping road machine. The women's-specific geometry combined with a steep seat angle and low handlebars ensures you'll be in the most efficient and comfortable position, leaving you fresh for the run. Plus, the smooth-shifting Shimano components with Dura-Ace bar-end shifters mean you don't have to break from your tuck, and the aerodynamic wheels with fast Michelin tires give you even more wind-cheating power!
|Frame||Giant ALUXX SL Aluminum Aero|
|Fork||Giant Advanced Aero Composite w/aluminum steerer|
|Rims/Wheels||Giant SL Aero|
|Spokes||SAPIM Race 14/15g|
|Tires||Michelin Lithion 2, 700 x 23c, folding|
|Crankset||Vision TRIMax Pro|
|Front Derailleur||Shimano 105|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano Ultegra 6700|
|Rear Cogs||Shimano 105, 10-speed: 11-28|
|Shifters||Shimano Dura-Ace bar-end|
|Handlebars||Giant Connect SL w/Connect SL clip-ons|
|Stem||Giant Connect SL|
|Brake Levers||Tektro RX 4.1|
|Saddle||Giant Tri, Women's|
|Seatpost||Giant aluminum aero, 3-position|
|Accessories & Extras||Saddle-mounted, 2-bottle cage holder|
* Subject to change without notice.
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You can't get a better tri bike [$]Has all the features of the more expensive carbon bikes but for much less. If you want to start placing in triathlons for low coin, this is the bike to get. Also, the boys at BicyclesNYC couldn't have been more helpful getting me the bike that fit my needs.
Love,love, love this bike.
I have a 2008 Giant Aeryn, and it was worth every penny. Although not perfect in climbing, add a smaller Granny gear, and I'm betting it would be.