2012  Giant  Defy 5 Triple
Bicycle TypeRoad
MSRP (new) $700.00
Weight 
Sizes L, M, M/L, S, XL, XS
Colors Black/White/Blue
Item ID1000106

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Frame & Fork
Frame Construction 
Frame Tubing MaterialALUXX SL Grade aluminum
Fork Brand & ModelAluminum Alloy
Fork Material 
Rear ShockUNSPECIFIED rear shock

Components
Component Group 
BrakesetTektro TK-R340 dual pivot
Shift LeversShimano 2300
Front DerailleurShimano 2300
Rear DerailleurShimano 2300
CranksetFSA Tempo 52/42/30t
Pedalsresin body w/ toe clips
Bottom BracketExternal sealed cartridge
BB Shell Width 
Rear Cogs 
ChainKMC Z7
SeatpostGiant Sport Alloy 30.9mm
SaddleGiant Performance Road
HandlebarGiant Sport
Handlebar Extensions 
Handlebar StemGiant Sport 26.0mm
HeadsetUNSPECIFIED headset

Wheels
HubsGiant alloy Giant alloy
RimsUNSPECIFIED wheelset
TiresKenda Kriterium 700x25c
Spoke Brand 
Spoke Nipples 

Years this model was made:

2012

Reviews Reviews

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maklar
1/5/2013 12:29:01 PM
Less than 1 month
2012 Giant Defy 5
Pros: very light
Cons: stock tires are weak 363 miles and the Kenda stock rear is spent.
Comments: The frame features neutral-handling geometry with a steeper seat angle than most other entry-level bikes, which puts the rider in a more upright, forgiving position. Shimano shifters and derailleurs combined with an FSA Tempo triple crank deliver a wide gearing range to let you go slowly up climbs or quickly along the flats, and even though the bike has a taller front end, the tapered head tube and steerer—a rare feature at this level—ensure that you get precise handling. from : http://www.wimbike.com

Malachi77
11/21/2011 8:51:35 PM
1 to 6 Months
First Road Bike
Pros: Light
Cons: Stock tires are weak 364 miles and the Kenda stock rear is spent.
Comments: Moved up to my first true road bike this year. Kenda stock tire in the rear already wearing through. Got it 10/13/11 now 11/21/11 364 miles on it. Previous main stay bicycle was a Shogun from the early 90's and it had a biopace crank.

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