Giga 275 Carbon - Comp

Giga 275 Carbon - Comp

Nukeproof

Gluttony – Habitual greed or excess. As riders, we are all guilty of the gluttonous sin; we never stop striving, never stop pushing, enough is never enough in the hunt for the ultimate. It’s a constant push for bigger, longer, rougher and faster with ever increasing demands on the performance and capabilities of our bike. The pursuit is endless. It’s a motto that athletes like Sam Hill live by. The new Nukeproof Giga is the embodiment of this idea; Designed to be the ultimate hard-hitting Super-Enduro weapon for when you just need more.    The Giga is a seriously capable machine, with 180mm (27.5”) or 170mm (29”) rear travel; the Giga is a monster truck of a bike that has travel in reserve for when you need it. But to pigeonhole it as a point and shoot machine would be a disservice as it is so much more capable than this might suggest! Due to the way that it uses its travel; the Giga gives you the feel of a big bike, yet the versatility of a modern super-enduro bike. The Giga has a dynamic and confidence inspiring ride to help you push your limits in all kinds of terrain. It’s equally at home at big mountain technical enduro stages of venues like La Thuile, as it is lapping the biggest lines in the Whistler bike park.   The suspension is designed to be super supple off the top, whilst being supportive in the mid stroke and progressive throughout the rest of the travel. The anti-squat is optimised to ensure the Giga descends like a hooligan yet behaves itself on the climb back to the top for the next run. The suspension platform is based on the same horseshoe driven linkage as our award-winning Dissent downhill frame, albeit now with a 2-stage main pivot flip chip. Using an eccentric axle system, riders can alter the Kinematic progressivity; so the bike can be tailored to suit the conditions on the trail with only an 8mm allen key. Setting 1 = 25.5% progression  Setting 2 = 29% progression.  Both settings have a super supple beginning for small bump compliance. They also both have good mid-stroke support for better cornering and pumping. Like the Dissent, the progression drops off in the end stroke to prevent mid-stroke harshness or spiking and allows more tuning options with volume spacers.  The + Progressive setting can be used to add shock progression on a coil set up just like adding a volume spacer to an air shock. The added suppleness is also good in wet and slippery conditions.  The Giga Frame is constructed completely from UD 700/800 Carbon fibre. This allowed us to optimise the stiffness and compliance of the frame parts individually. The front triangle has been tailored for stability and precision, whilst the rear triangle was designed for compliance to help tracking and provide grip. Another bonus of the carbon rear triangle is that it has a lower un-sprung mass for ultimate suspension performance. Available in 5 sizes (Small to XXL) in either 27.5” or 29” wheel size, there is the perfect fit for everyone. The frame geometry is Long, Low, Slack and Steep as it is based around our saddle offset principle, which ensures the seated riding position is tailored across all sizes, with steeper seat angles on bigger frames. The Seat tube is also designed for maximum seat post insertion to allow maximum drop. The Giga is also sculptured to fit a 750ml water bottle (carbon bottle cage included) as well as an accessory mount under the top tube for emergency trail tools. All models also feature an integrated rear mud guard and plenty of clearance for up to 2.5” tyres. The frames feature a clear paint protection kit as standard with 3D contoured rubber downtube, seat and chain stay protection. Please Note: Due to severe delays in the bicycle supply chain, we have been forced to make some alterations to the specification of the component parts supplied with this bicycle. As a result the specification may differ from those shown in the images. Please refer to the specification table for accurate information. The Nukeproof GIGA: Gluttony is not a sin. Check out what Singletrack Magazine though of the Giga 275c Elite

Specifications

Frameset
  • Frame
    Nukeproof Giga 275 Carbon, 180mm Travel, ultra-strong monocoque UD Carbon Fibre frame, adjustable main pivot, internally piped cable routing, ISCG 05 mounts, Enduro Bearings, Threaded 73mm BB, Boost 148mm rear axle spacing, 3D contoured Rubber frame protection and Factory fitted clear paint protection kit covering TT/DT/CS/SS.
  • Fork
    RockShox Zeb, Charger R damper, 180mm, 38mm Offset, BOOST, Debonair, Gloss Black
  • Rear Shock
    RockShox Super Deluxe Select R, Custom LIN L tune, 205x65mm, Trunnion with Bearing End, 2 bottomless tokens fitted.
Drivetrain
  • Rear Derailleur
    Shimano Deore M6100, SGS 12-Speed, Shadow Plus
  • Shifter
    Shimano Deore M6100-IR, 12-speed Rapidfire Plus, I-Spec EV
  • Crank
    Shimano Deore M6100 12 Speed Crank, 175mm, 32T, 52mm Chainline
  • Bottom Bracket
    Threaded 73mm BSA
  • Cassette
    Shimano Deore M6100 12-Speed (HYPERGLIDE+), 10-51T
  • Chain
    Shimano Deore M6100 12-Speed
Components
  • Brakes
    Shimano Deore M6100 2 pot brake, Resin Pads
  • Rotors
    203mm 203mm
  • Seatpost
    Brand X Ascend internal, 31.6mm, S:125mm drop; M:150mm drop; L/XL/XXL: 170mm Drop
  • Saddle
    Nukeproof
  • Handlebar
    Nukeproof Neutron V2 25mm Rise, Width - S780mm, M780mm, L800mm, XL800mm, XXL800mm)
  • Stem
    Nukeproof Horizon, 50mm, Black
  • Grips
    Nukeproof Sam Hill Signature
  • Headset
    Nukeproof, 44-56 IITS
Wheels
  • Wheels
    (F) Sun-Ringle Duroc SD37 Comp 27.5", 15x110mm, (R) Sun-Ringle Duroc SD37 Comp 27.5", Shimano Microspline Driver, 148x12mm
  • Wheel Size
    27.5"
  • Hubs
    (F) Boost 148x12mm, (R) Boost 148x12mm
  • Tires
    Front: Michelin Wild Enduro 27.5" x 2.4, GUM-X TS TLR, Rear: Michelin Wild Enduro 27.5" x 2.4, GUM-X TS TLR
Weight
  • Weight
    15.2Kgs/33.5lbs (Tubeless)
More Info
Mountain bike pricing and specifications are ever changing. This info was last updated March 21, 2022.
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