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Giant Trance SX E+ 0 Pro
$6,700.00
With a high-performance frame and tunable power, this premium full-suspension trail bike gives you the power, confidence and control to take your off-road adventures to a new level. This premium level full-suspension bike is made for trail and enduro riding. The Trance E+ SX Pro features 140mm of Maestro rear suspension technology,160mm travel in the front, and Giant’s SyncDrive Pro motor technology, delivering 360 percent support. The lightweight yet strong ALUXX aluminum frame is seamlessly integrated with the updated 500Wh downtube EnergyPak. The RideControl ONE features user-friendly buttons that are easy to use and out of the way.
Giant XtC Jr 1 Disc 24
$415.00
Big-time off-road performance in a small package. With an aluminum frame, front suspension and disc brakes, they’re ready to conquer the climbs and have fun on the descents. The disc-brake version of the XtC Jr. gives added control for more Advanced trails and conditions. With its lightweight aluminum frame, front suspension, and fast-rolling 24-inch wheels, he’s ready to roll on off-road adventures.
Giant XtC Jr 20 Lite
$255.00
Lightweight and trail-ready, this little dirt shredder gives them multiple gears to tackle hills and a durable build that will keep up with their adventures. Built with a lightweight aluminum frame, lots of stand-over clearance, and easy-to-use gears, this is the rigid version (no front suspension) of the XtC Jr. family. With 20-inch wheels and smooth-rolling tires that can handle the trail, it’s a fun and stable way to get started on the trail.
Giant XtC Jr 24 Lite
$290.00
Lightweight and trail-ready, this little dirt shredder gives them multiple gears to tackle hills and a durable build that will keep up with their adventures. Built with a lightweight aluminum frame, lots of stand-over clearance, and easy-to-use gears, this is the rigid version (no front suspension) of the XtC Jr. family. With 24-inch wheels and smooth-rolling tires that can handle the trail, it’s a fun and stable way to get started on the trail.
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