Giant Trinity Advanced Pro 0


$6,700, Giant-bicycles.com

The draw: Value-driven, high-end machine

Perched at the top of Giant’s triathlon line, the Trinity Advanced Pro 0 has just the right blend of speed, storage and value. Integrated hydration, storage and brakes maximize aerodynamics. Giant adds value by being one of the least expensive bikes to come with SRAM’s Red eTap shifting. Virtually wireless, eTap has a very clean look, is more aero and lets you put the shifting where you want it with its remote shifting buttons called Blips. The lack of wires makes disassembling your bike easier, so traveling with your bike isn’t such a hassle. To hit the right price point, Giant uses its in-house wheels. Advanced Pro 1 and 2 models are also available with different specs at lower prices.