Founded in 1972, the Giant bikes brand is well known for its innovative designs and market-leading manufacturing expertise. Here at Swinnerton Cycles, we’re proud to bring you an extensive selection of the most popular Giant mountain bike and Giant road bike models, with something to suit every discipline and every rider. As one of the world’s leading brands of superior quality bikes and cycling accessories, Giant bikes make the ultimate choice if you’re looking to upgrade your bicycle. Explore our full Giant mountain bike, hybrid bike and Giant road bike range for adults and children to find your perfect match here at Swinnerton Cycles.
Swinnerton Cycles is Uk Stockist & Stoke on Trent Dealer For Giant Bicycles. Giant have a long history of producing top quality bikes and have a great worldwide network of dealers. Established in 1972 Giant quickly became of of the largest produces of bicycles in the world and have often been compared as the benchmark of leading brands. Their appetite for innovation and their own manufacturing unit enables Giant to be a market leader for bicycles worldwide not just in the UK.
Giant's range covers all bikes from toddler tricycles to Tour De France Stage winning Road Bikes, Giant's comprehensive range of bicycles have something to offer for all ages and all abilities.
Pioneers of Mountain Bike Suspension Giant's Maestro System has transformed the offroad capabilities of the Mountain Bike with a win at the 2011 Downhill Mountain Bike World Championship's the maestro platform gave Giant Rider Danny Hart the ability to conquer the treacherous conditions and take the win by some margin. Maestro suspension has claimed various world cup XC wins under some of the best cross county riders in the world.
On the road collaborations with ONCE, T-Mobile, Radobank, Belkin & more recently Giant-Shimano, Giants road platforms have claimed various Grand Tour & Classic Victories. In 2014 Marcel Kittel claimed the Green Jersey in the Tour De France on board his Giant Propel, Giant's latest road platform.