Greg Van Avermaet's Giant TCR Advanced SL | Tour de France 2019 Pro Bike

How could you not love the bling Olympic title celebrating bike of Belgian rider Greg van Avermaet? We checked out the bling at the Tour de France.
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Frame: Giant TCR Advanced SL size M
Wheels: Cadex 65 tubulars, with 42mm for the mountains
Tyres: Tubular Vittoria Corsa in 26mm
Groupset: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 9150
Brakes: Shimano Dura-Ace 9100 single mount
Crankset: Shimano Dura Ace with Powermeter
Cranks: 172.5cm
Chainrings: 53/39
Cassette: Dura Ace 11/30
Bottom Bracket: Shimano Press Fit
Handlebars: 40cm
Stem: 14cm
Saddle: Cadex Boost
Pedali: Shimano Dura Ace
Bottle: Giant
Saddle Height: 66.5cm
Reach: 62cm
Weight: 6.6kg
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0 Replies to “Greg Van Avermaet's Giant TCR Advanced SL | Tour de France 2019 Pro Bike”

  1. Biggest bike manufacturer in the world launches a “new” component brand and the branding looks like china carbon. Can do better

  2. I've had a browse through the main manufacturers' catalogues for 2020, and Giant is by far offering the best looking bikes in their range! The 2 colour faded TCR is stunning, and so is the exposed carbon weave black TCR, which resembles the 2012 model, one of the most beautiful 'modern' road bikes out there! Kudos Giant!

  3. I know an Olympic cycle is 4 years, but I kind of think it's time for Greg to move on now. Viviani had it right, in my opinion.

  4. Wow finally a half decent Giant paint job. If they had better paint jobs like this they'd sell a lot more bikes. Surprised it's not direct rim brakes. However super looking bike.👍

  5. Rim brake, QR axles… yawn. He's riding a bike from 1990. The brakes aren't even direct mount or anything remotely interesting.

  6. Seriously… how beautiful is that bike! Favourite bike on bike feature vids so far!! Can't comment on Greg's "massive stem"

  7. Cool, love the paint job. Also, a bike with no dropped seat stays and I see he has added the sprint shifters so he has a Campag like set …. which is all good. I have a Giant outlet near me and they are a great buy. Although as a titch at 5'6" I worried about mentally dealing with the constant irony of riding a Giant!

  8. It's great except for the gold. I love the wheels, except for the stupid fake-retro tires. Also, both the TCR and Tarmac need to come up with an integrated head tube and stem system to hide all hydraulic and electric cables. The Propel stem sucks but the Venge stem could easily be adapted to the Tarmac. Giant needs to get to work! Kudos to Giant for (finally) coming up with wheels that can compete with Roval's best.

    The best bike today probably uses a Venge frame with Cadex wheels. And Specialized tires.

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