The Trinity Composite 2 helps Giant to establish itself in the sub $2,500 market with a very legitimate entry, and here are a few detailed images of this triathlon bike we took while we were at the 2012 Eurobike trade show in Friedrichshafen, Germany.
Add race wheels to the Composite 2 and you are golden, but you can certainly show up to an event as is.
A Giant Performance Tri saddles is on the Giant Trinity Vector SLR post, but as with most bikes, a stock saddle on a bike mostly serves as a place holder.
Giant Connect base bars and clip-ons with Shimano Dura-Ace shifters.
A Shimano Tiagra crank and front derailleur, but the rear derailleur is Shimano 105.
TRP brakes are hidden behind the Giant Advanced fork.
The cable entry port behind the stem.
Shimano R501 wheels with Giant P-R3 70-23 tires.
The view from the front.
The Giant Trinity Composite 2 retails for $2,400.
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