2013 Trinity Composite 1 Women First Look

Put your power straight to the pedals with Trinity Composite W’s lightweight, stiff and incredibly aerodynamic composite technologies. The choice of Liv/giant Ironman athlete Virginia Berasategui, the frameset was developed in the wind tunnel specifically for female athletes so it’s not only aerodynamic, it’s also comfortable. The frame also comes RideSense-ready, giving you the option to use giant’s wireless ANT+ system to track your data between T1 and T2.

Key Upgrades (over Trinity Composite 2 W)

  • Shimano Ultegra componentry with Dura-Ace handlebar-end shifters
  • Giant Connect SL base handlebar with Connect SL composite clip-on
  • Shimano R501-30 wheelset
  • Sizes: XS, S, M, L
  • Color: Composite/Blue/White



SizesXS, S, M, L
FrameGiant Composite Technology
ForkAdvanced-Grade Composite, Alloy Steerer


HandlebarGiant Connect SL Base Bar w/ Connect SL composite Clip-On, 31.8
StemGiant Connect
SeatpostGiant Trinity Vector SLR, Effective Seattube Angle Adjustable from 78.0 to 74.7 Degrees
SaddleGiant Performance Tri, Women’s


ShiftersShimano Dura-Ace, Bar End
Front DerailleurShimano Ultegra
Rear DerailleurShimano Ultegra
BrakesGiant Trinity Speed Control 2
Brake LeversTektro RX 4.1
CassetteShimano Ultegra 11×28, 10-Speed
ChainKMC X10
CranksetShimano Ultegra, 39/52
Bottom BracketShimano, Press Fit


RimsShimano R501-30
HubsShimano R501-30
SpokesShimano R501-30
TiresGiant P-SL1, 700×23, Front and Rear Specific, Folding


ExtrasSaddle 2-Bottle Cage Holder, RideSense Ready
WeightHow much does this bike weigh? It’s a common question, and rightly so. But the truth is, there are no industry standards for claiming bike weights—and this leads to a lot of misinformation. Variances exist based on size, frame material, finish and hardware. And as bikes get lighter, these differences become more critical. At Giant, we believe the only way to truly know the weight of any particular bike is to find out for yourself at your local retailer.

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