Giant January Bike Sale

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If you're in the market for a new bike, this is the perfect time of year.

Currently, Rutland Cycles are having a big clearout on last year's Giant bikes.

At normal prices, these are fabulous bikes, with great value. With some of these bikes discounted at 40%, however, these deals can't be missed!

We've picked out our highlights and listed them below.

 

Giant Liv Brava SLR 2017 - £1,049.29

Liv Brava SLR
£1049.29
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With a women's specific lightweight aluminium frame and a carbon fork, this 105 equipped CX bike makes the perfect do-it-all steed for the winter months.

It's not just limited to racing. The disc brakes and double chainrings mean that this will crush winter miles with ease.

The D-Fuse seatpost and 12mm thru axles mean this is comfy yet stiff for no loss of power.

 

Ex-Demo Liv Avail Advanced Pro 1 2017 - £1,739.99

Liv Avail Advanced Pro 1
£1739.99
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The spec list on this Liv Avail is amazing. 

Ultegra hydrualic brakes and mechanical shifting on a full carbon frame with added carbon tubeless wheels makes this a brilliant deal.

The women's specific geometry gives this excellent handling too, for cafe rides through to racing.

 

Ex-Demo Liv Obsess Advanced 1 2017 - £1,249.49

Liv Obsess Advanced 1
£1249.49
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With winter truly here, you'd probably seen a lot of roadies hit the trails.

No only does it get you off icy roads, it's also a great way of improving handling whilst breaking up the monotony of road riding.

At half price, this is ideal for stepping into the world of mountain biking.

 

Giant XTC Advanced Plus 1 2017 - £1,739.39

Giant XTC Advanced Plus 1
£1739.39
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If your significant other has had that new MTB above, it's only right that you should treat yourself too!

At 40% off, now's the time to get this full carbon beast. The drivetrain is Shimano SLX with Deore XT brakes.

The Fox 34 Float Performance Elite 29" fork is perfect for XC.

 

Giant Defy Advanced Pro 2 2017 -£1,599.99

Giant Defy Advanced Pro 2
£1599.99
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If you're heading out on the road and you want maximum comfort, the Defy range is perfect.

This model, with Shimano 105 11 speed shifting and hydraulic brakes is the prefect balance between performance and price.

Add into the mix a vibration-dampening carbon frame and you've got the ultimate sportive bike.

 

Ex-Demo Giant TCR Advanced Pro 1 2017 - £1,619.99

Giant TCR Advanced Pro 1
£1619.99
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Many a privateer racer will turn to the TCR when choosing a bike for the season. 

With their light weight and excellent handling, they're a bike you certainly see a lot of. 

When you don't want to spend stupid money, this Ultegra 11 speed model with carbon tubeless wheels as standard is a steal at 40% off

 

Giant Propel Advanced SL 0 2017 - £4,094.39

Giant Propel Advanced SL0
£4094.39
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Rounding out this list is a bit of that stupid money.

However, if you've got the cash, and you're after a race proven aero bike with Sram eTap and deep section wheels, this SL 0 is hard to beat.

This bike is click and collect only, and with good reason. The seat tube needs to be cut to your length. We think that's a good thing though, as it means you can get a bike fit when you buy.

That was just a selection of the bikes on offer, so head over to the sale for more great deals!

The deals listed on this page are the best deals on the best cycling products we can find. If you purchase anything as a result of clicking on a deal, Farrelly Atkinson Ltd may earn some commission: on some we do, on some we don’t. Any money that we earn goes in to paying for road.cc and its sister sites off.road.cc and ebiketips.