Amp up your trail riding adventures with this all-conquering 29er. Whether you’re gunning for faster enduro times or bagging a big backcountry loop, do it like a boss on this big-wheeled singletrack shredder.
It took years for our team of engineers, product designers and pro riders to create a new short-travel 29er that met their high standards. The wait was worth it. The latest iteration of this legendary trail bike marks a huge step forward, offering a true advantage in all-round trail performance. It starts with a full composite frame that’s fitted with our most up-to-date Maestro suspension. The Advanced Forged composite rocker arm and trunnion-mount shock help produce 115mm of smooth rear-wheel travel that’s active and sensitive to small bumps, giving you killer traction and confident control. And the frame geometry is updated with progressive head tube and seat tube angles, shorter chainstays and a longer top tube—all engineered to balance the speed and control of its 29-inch wheels with the quickness and agility you need to rail corners, hammer through rock gardens and do it all with confidence and control.
29er confidence and control
Larger 29-inch diameter wheels roll over rough terrain with balance and stability, giving you the momentum to tackle technical climbs and the confidence to fly on fast, rugged singletrack descents.
Latest suspension tech
Updated Maestro rear suspension features a trunnion mount shock with a longer stroke and smoother feel. With 115mm of full rear-wheel travel (and 130mm up front), it has the new Advanced Forged Composite upper rocker arm for increased stiffness and strength plus lower overall frame weight.
The lightweight Advanced-grade composite frameset features updated geometry, including an aggressive 66.5-degree head tube angle and 74.5-degree seat tube angle, plus a 44mm fork offset. The result is agile and efficient climbing capabilities plus added control for high-speed descents.
A dropper seatpost allows you to quickly lower and raise your seat to give you an ideal riding position. Dropping your seat creates a lower center of gravity for better control and maneuverability on steep descents, while raising it puts you at normal riding height for efficient pedaling.
Construction can include either hydraulic- or cable-actuated systems and the post’s travel can either be infinitely adjustable or stopped at set intervals, depending on the model.
Dropper seatposts come in standard lengths and diameters and vary by the amount of travel.
Pedals sold separately
|Frame||Advanced-Grade Composite front and rear triangles, 115mm|
|Fork||Fox 34 Float|
|Rear Shock||Fox Float DPX2, compression adjust|
|Rims/Wheels||Giant TRX-1 29 Composite WheelSystem|
|Hubs||Giant TRX-1 29 WheelSystem|
|Spokes||Giant TRX-1 29 WheelSystem|
|Tires||[F] Maxxis Minion DHF 29x2.3, 3C, EXO, TR [R] Maxxis DHR II 29x2.3, 3C, EXO, TR, tubeless|
|Crankset||TruVativ Descendent 6k DUB|
|Bottom Bracket||SRAM DUB, press fit|
|Chain||SRAM GX Eagle|
|Rear Derailleur||SRAM GX Eagle|
|Cassette/Rear Cogs||SRAM Eagle, 10x50|
|Shifters||SRAM GX Eagle|
|Handlebars||Giant Contact SL TR35, 780x35mm, 20mm rise|
|Stem||Giant Contact SL 35|
|Brake Levers||SRAM guide T|
|Brakes||SRAM guide T|
|Saddle||Giant Contact SL (neutral)|
|Seat Post||Giant Contact Switch dropper with remote, 30.9|
* Subject to change without notice.