The Giant P-SLR1s are lightweight and grippy clinchers for fast road riding.
These tyres are built around 120tpi casings and they're unusual in that they're front and rear specific. They're both dual-compound, the front one designed to be stickier for extra grip while the rear one is designed to be fast and durable. As you'll doubtless know, your rear tyre generally wears faster than the front one so the idea seems sound to us.
Hi, does anybody have the above bike? Just wanted opinions on how it rides and all day comfort really? Thanks in advance
I'm finally taking the plunge to trade up from my trusty Lapierre Audacio 500 (Shimano 105 triple groupset) and get something more suitable for my second year of club racing, a few time trials and possibly one two sportives. As you can see, it's an all round machine I'm after ... finances dictate that no time trial machine is being bought (this year anyhow). One of the criteria is that it has to be a double groupset (tried compact on my winter trainer and they just don't suit).
Giant TCR track bike in very good condition.
Yellow and black aluminium frame, 55cm top tube c-c 55.5cm seat tube c-t 17.5cm head tube.
It is set up for a rider height of 6'2", I normally ride a 58cm road bike and this fits me fine.
Giant carbon track fork with 1 1/8" steerer
Miche Primato Chainset
ITM Millenium 14cm oversize stem
Navigator Pista wheels fitted with Continental tubular tyres
I bought this to ride Newport track but haven't had the time recently.
It is track ready with a 90" gear. I also have some spare Miche sprockets I can include to vary the gear.