Giant Tcx Advanced Pro 2 Review
The Giant TCX has been around for a few years, and has evolved with the times. It’s proven itself at the highest level of pro ’cross racing, and now offers all that trickle-down technology to club racers at a very reasonable price. Cyclocross: what it is and how to get into it 5 quick tips for getting into cyclocross racing Giant’s broad-shouldered carbon fork looks purposeful, and has immense accuracy, thanks to the beefy OverDrive 2 steerer. Rocky trails, ploughed fields or dirt are all dispatched with disdain and control, the Contact bar and stem ensuring an ideal hand hold and enough stiffness to cope with burly riders. Central to the TCX’s performance is its massive bottom bracket junction, the 86mm shell buried between the multi-faceted down tube, D-shaped seat-tube and asymmetric chainstays. The down tube’s underside is curved to minimise mud collection, the lower seat-tube curves away from the ...
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