Giant Trinity Advanced vs Kreidler Stack 6.0 Sports

Compare Specifications of Giant Trinity Advanced and Kreidler Stack 6.0 Sports

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Giant Trinity Advanced
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Kreidler Stack 6.0 Sports
Kreidler Stack 6.0 Sports

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Technical Specifications
Load Carrying Capacity -- Perm. Total weight : 120 kg
Frame Advanced-Grade Composite Aluminum 6061, 28 "trekking
Stem Giant Connect Sonos, 31.8mm, 4-way clamping
Handle Bar Giant alloy Contact base bar aluminum extension ski bend Sonos aluminum riser bar, 9 °, 700 mm
Fork Advanced-Grade Composite, alloy Over Drive steerer 28 "aluminum fork, aluminum
Seatpost Trinity composite Sonos, patent, aluminum, 31.6 mm, 400 mm
Crankset Shimano FC-RS510, 34/50 Shimano Claris, 50/34 teeth
Pedals -- Flat, plastic
Chain KMC X11EL-1 KMC X8
Shifters Shimano TT SL-BSR 1 --
Saddle ISM PS1.0, steel rail Sonos trekking
Derailleur Front Shimano 105 Shimano Claris
Derailleur Rear Shimano 105 Shimano Claris
Hub Front Giant SR-2 wheelset Parallax, disc, aluminum
Hub Rear Giant SR-2 wheelset Parallax, disc, aluminum
Spoke Giant SR-2 wheelset Mach1
Cassette Shimano 105, 11 x 28 --
Bottom Bracket -- Shimano SM-BB52
Tyres
Front Giant Gavia Course AC 1, tubeless, 700 x 25, folding Schwalbe Cross CX Comp 40-622
Rear Giant Gavia Course AC 1, tubeless, 700 x 25, folding Schwalbe Cross CX Comp 40-622
Wheel / RIM Giant SR-2 wheelset Schurmann YAK19
Brakes
Front Front: TKB84 rear: TBK88 Tektro HD-M275 160 mm disc brake
Rear Front: TKB84 rear: TBK88 Tektro HD-M275 160 mm disc brake
Brake Lever Tektro RX 4.1 --
Suspension
Front -- --
Rear -- --
Colors Available
Colors Charcoal
Neon Red
Black Matt


Physical Specs
Length -- --
Weight -- 11.9 kg
Overview
Features - Aero efficiency
- Integrated design
- Perfect fit
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Additional Details Bottom Bracket : Shimano, press fit
Extras : integrated food storage
Tax Rate : FSA 1 1/8 "a-head
Handles : Herrmans 89B
Gear Lever : Shimano Claris
Ring Gear : Shimano Claris, 11-34 teeth
Gear ratio (front : rear) : 50/34 teeth : 11-34 teeth

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