Giant TCR Advanced Pro 0 Road Bike 2016

Product Code: 143849
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The all-new TCR Advanced Pro gives you every advantage on the road-climbing, descending, cornering and sprinting. Through superior engineering and composite manufacturing, the redesigned Advanced-grade composite frame sheds weight without sacrificing its best-in-class stiffness. Legendary Compact Road race geometry delivers precise handling with aggressive riding positioning. And the all-new Variant seatpost adds to its smooth, efficient ride quality and performance.


  • High-performance Advanced-grade composite frame with Variant composite seatpost
  • Advanced-grade composite fork with full-composite OverDrive 2 steerer
  • Giant SLR 0 WheelSystem with Giant P-SLR 1 tyres
  • Shimano Dura-Ace 11-speed mechanical componentry


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5 / 5 stars
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We all have a slightly different shopping list dependant on the type of riding we plan to do. I have a broad demand from my race bike from quick, agile town centre criteriums to longer races, training rides and sportives. I’m also a spoiler for Belgian pave or the gravel roads of Tuscany so the bike has to be able to cope with some tough road conditions. That’s a lot to look for in a bike but in the Giant TCR Advanced Pro 0 I genuinely think I’ve found something that covers all these bases. Oh, and the fact it represents incredible value for money whilst looking amazing helps too. Frameset First up, black on black looks good. There’s no two ways about it. Next, the combination of lightweight, stiffness and comfort is unlike anything I’ve ridden before. Perhaps that is something to do with the fact that, as the world’s biggest bike manufacturer, Giant have learned what works. I also take reassurance from the fact that they have their own factory. Unlike other names who contract out the manufacturing process and whom may experience less reliability in their product (we have all heard the horror stories I am sure). I’ve found the geometry responsive to a kick on the flat or on some of the more lumpy roads alike. To put this in context, this frameset is almost identical to that ridden by the Giant-Alpecin team in iconic races such as Paris-Roubaix, Tour of Flanders and Strade Bianchi. If it can cope with John Degenkolb, it’s up to anything I can throw at it. Groupset & Wheelset Shimano Dura Ace is the best group set in the world in my opinion. It looks right, shifts well and is easy to maintain. The bike comes with a mechanical as opposed to Di2 electronic groupset; again, this is a preference of mine. I just like the feel of cables and indexing over battery powered shifting. It also helps by saving a few grams. Unlike a lot of bikes the entire group set is Dura Ace. This means you get the best performance across the whole kit; not just a fancy rear derailleur but cheap brakes. This is the first time I’ve ridden with a semi-compact 52-36 chainset. I’d glad to see it doesn’t come with the compact 50-34, but I’d like to have the option to take the bike with a traditional 53-39. Traditionally, whenever I buy a bike I resign myself to having to spend another grand on a set of wheels that do the rest of the bike justice. This is often where manufacturers save money but where the bike’s performance will be instantly impacted. Fortunately, the Giant comes their outstanding SLR 0 30mm climbing wheels off the shelf. Their in-house brand is highly influenced by the well renowned wheel manufacturer DT Swiss. You get outstanding performance from a set of 30mm deep carbon rims. Even the tyres are race ready. It’s very rare to get such a bundle when it comes to stock wheels. The only changes I need to make to the off the shelf spec are to suit my own riding style and size; a longer stem and a 53-39 chainset Summary This bike is race, sportive, you name it ready. Off the shelf as well. The combination of frameset, groupset, wheelset and finishing kit is an outstanding spec. It feels amazing to ride whilst being a thing of beauty. You’ll struggle to find better value for money as well. The whole Giant range represents some of the best value for money options on the bike market at the moment so even if this isn’t the model for you, I would strongly suggest you take a look at different options in the range.
- Friday 29th July 2016
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Giant TCR Advanced Pro 0 Road Bike 2016


SizesS, M, M/L, L
ColoursMatte Composite/Gloss Black
FrameAdvanced-grade composite, Electronic ready
ForkAdvanced-grade composite, Full-composite OverDrive 2 steerer


HandlebarGiant Contact SL, 31.8mm
StemGiant Contact SL, OverDrive 2
SeatpostGiant Variant, Composite
SaddleGiant Contact SL forward, SST tubular rails


ShiftersShimano Dura-Ace
Front DerailleurShimano Dura-Ace
Rear DerailleurShimano Dura-Ace
BrakesShimano Dura-Ace
Brake LeversShimano Dura-Ace
CassetteShimano Dura-Ace 11x28, 11-speed
ChainKMC X11SL
CranksetShimano Dura-Ace, 36/52
Bottom BracketShimano, Press Fit


RimsGiant SLR 0 DBL WheelSystem; 30mm deep, 23mm wide, Full composite
HubsGiant SLR 0 DBL WheelSystem; Star Ratchet driver, [F] 16h [R] 21h
SpokesGiant SLR 0 DBL WheelSystem; Aerolite bladed stainless
TyresGiant P-SLR 1, 700x23, Front and rear specific, Folding


WeightThe most accurate way to determine any bike’s weight is to have your local dealer weigh it for you. Many brands strive to list the lowest possible weight, but in reality weight can vary based on size, finish, hardware and accessories. All Giant bikes are designed for best-in-class weight and ride quality.