Giant 2011 STP 1

4 Reviews for 2011 STP 1

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 The bike is awesome and handles anything from jumps to a bit of light downhill really easily, a real confidence inspirer, and looks awesome too!!
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 great all around hardtail, used mine for about everything. even a little bit of downhill. handles great on my pumptrack, and hits dirtjumps smoothly
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 THE BEST ONE , For Dirt Jumping , supports everything and THE BEST PAINTING , the breaks are prety good for thise type of bika
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 such a sick bike only problem is i've made mine a jump bike meaning finding a tentioner was painful. Apart from that such a great bike
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Giant 2011 STP 1 (MSRP $1400) — The all-new butted ALUXX SL alloy frame gives you the snap you need to boost your skills and has the durability to take whatever you dish out. Ask urban freeride legend Jeff Lenosky. The tight geometry, low saddle height and an adjustable rear dropout system and rear disc brake mount making it singlespeed compatible give Jeff the edge he needs.

Specifications Compare to other DJ/Street/Park Bikes

Price $1,400
Fork Marzocchi DJ2 w/ 20mm Thru Axle and Tapered Steerer, 100mm Travel
Cassette SRAM PG830 11x28, 8-Speed
Crankarms Truvativ Hussefelt, 36T
Chainguide MRP Mini G2 Guide, Custom for Giant
Bottom Bracket Truvativ Howitzer, External
Pedals Alloy Platform
Chain Shimano HG-40
Rear Derailleur SRAM X.5
Shifter Pods SRAM X.4, Trigger
Handlebar Giant Contact AM, 750mm, 31.8
Stem Giant FR
Brakes Avid Juicy 3, 160mm
Hubs [F] Giant Tracker w/ 20mm Axle, [R] Formula, 32h
Spokes Stainless Steel, 14g
Rim Alienation Black Sheep Double Wall
Tires [F] Kenda Small Block Eight [R] Kenda NJP, 60 tpi 26x2.1
Seat Giant Pivotal
Seatpost Giant Pivotal, 30.9

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