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About GIANT Germany

WILLKOMMEN ZUR ULTIMATIVEN CYCLING EXPERIENCESeit unserer Gründung 1972 hat sich eine Menge verändert. GIANT ist seit langem als einer der wichtigsten Pioniere der Bike-Industrie bekannt. Wir haben leichtere, stabilere Aluminiumrahmen eingeführt in einer Zeit, als Rahmen aus Stahl Industriestandard waren. Wir haben die ersten Bikes aus Carbon weltweit verfügbar gemacht. Mit unserer „Compact Road Technology“ haben wir das Look-and-feel moderner Rennräder definiert. Mit unserer „Maestro“-Federung haben wir leistungsfähige Offroad-Bikes revolutioniert—heute ist unser Innovationsgeist stärker denn je. Unser Angebot an Ausrüstung und Bekleidung, das wir gemeinsam mit einigen der besten Rennteams und Profiathleten entwickeln und testen, wird stetig erweitert. Unsere branchenführenden E-Bikes definieren die Möglichkeiten neu, die sich Fahrern und Fahrerinnen heute eröffnen.All diese Innovationen dienen einem höheren Ziel. Es geht nicht nur darum, Rennen zu gewinnen und leichtere, stabilere und schnelle Fahrräder zu bauen. Vor allem aber geht es darum, das Radfahren für alle angenehmer und erlebnisreicher zu gestalten.Wie definierst du dein ultimatives Erlebnis auf dem Fahrrad? Wir haben genau das passende Bike für dich.Du findest uns weltweit in mehr als 12.000 Bikeshops oder online.

Distance travelled

66.8 mi

Time in motion

04:07 h

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  1. da_max and 3 others went cycling.

    May 30, 2021

    Übelst den Wendelstein umrundet

    04:07
    66.8 mi
    16.2 mph
    4,875 ft
    4,750 ft
    Jan Verbücheln 🤠, Marlon Rando and 101 others like this.
    1. Sandra

      Hats off!! 💪🏻😳

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      • June 1, 2021

  2. GIANT Germany planned a gravel ride.

    May 16, 2021

    Marko Schmitz, Olaf and 10 others like this.
    1. GIANT Germany

      The Flandersbach lime works is located in Wülfrath. It is the largest lime works in Europe, which has been mining limestone around Wülrath since 1903 and processing it into lime in huge rotary kilns. But not all of the rock can be used for this. Material that cannot be burned is sold as gravel, among

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      • May 16, 2021

  3. GIANT Germany planned a gravel ride.

    May 11, 2021

    03:35
    28.0 mi
    7.8 mph
    1,975 ft
    1,975 ft
    Andreas likes this.
  4. GIANT Germany planned a Tour.

    May 11, 2021

    Bernhard, Olaf and 5 others like this.
    1. GIANT Germany

      There is the Ruhr Valley Cycle Path, which follows the Ruhr on mostly paved paths from its source in Winterberg to its confluence with the Rhine near Duisburg. Inspired by this, the gravel bike magazine "lifeCYCLE" opened up and created a version of the Ruhr Valley Cycle Path on unpaved roads that is

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      • May 16, 2021

  5. GIANT Germany planned a gravel ride.

    May 11, 2021

    sladdy, 🌐rtwin🚴🏻‍♂️ and 6 others like this.
    1. GIANT Germany

      This quite long gravel tour starts right outside the gates of Düsseldorf, but it does not contain any notable gradients, so that you can make good progress. It takes you to the southern outskirts of Duisburg and although you are never far away from urban areas and traffic routes, it feels like a little

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      • May 16, 2021

  6. GIANT Germany planned a gravel ride.

    May 11, 2021

    Firat, Volker and 8 others like this.
    1. GIANT Germany

      South of the Ruhr between Hattingen, Wuppertal, Sprockhövel and Velbert lies Elfringhauser Schweiz, which, with its hilly, green landscape, is an excellent place for extensive gravel tours. The starting point of the tour is the beautiful Ruhrpottstadt Hattingen. It is easy to reach (by S-Bahn) and a

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      • May 15, 2021

  7. GIANT Germany planned a gravel ride.

    May 11, 2021

    Ralf, HWeiler and 13 others like this.
    1. GIANT Germany

      This tour takes you to the famous Neandertal. But the memory of our ancestors is by no means the only highlight that awaits you on the beautiful gravel circuit with only a few meters of altitude ...

      

      You start in Erkrath at the S-Bahn station, which you can reach very quickly from Düsseldorf (8 minutes

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      • May 12, 2021

  8. GIANT Germany planned a gravel ride.

    May 11, 2021

    Firat, Olaf and 5 others like this.
    1. GIANT Germany

      From Cologne, Essen or Düsseldorf you can quickly reach Wuppertal by train and thus on the edge of the Bergisches Land, where the finest gravel is already waiting for you. This tour starts at the “Zoologischer Garten” train station and takes you up and down around Remscheid. "Exotic" highlights are included

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      • May 12, 2021

  9. GIANT Germany planned a gravel ride.

    May 11, 2021

    Michael Seifert, Norbert and 12 others like this.
    1. GIANT Germany

      This tour starts in the middle of Essen at the main train station and is therefore ideal for you if you are not from Essen and still do not feel like traveling by car. So from the train you switch directly to your bike and if you like, you can pay a visit to the Giant dealer Fahrrad Schlitzer. This would

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      • May 11, 2021

  10. GIANT Germany planned an e-mountain bike ride.

    March 16, 2021

    01:45
    15.7 mi
    9.0 mph
    1,975 ft
    1,975 ft
    Düsenbiene 🐝, Kepa Blanco and 4 others like this.
    1. GIANT Germany

      The tour around the Lainzer Tiergarten is very popular and always worth a trip. It is not too long, but it does present one or the other technical challenge on the descents. The tour goes clockwise around the Lainzer Tiergarten, a nature reserve on the outskirts of Vienna. The starting point is the train

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      • March 19, 2021

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