RIGHT BIKE. RIGHT SIZE. RIGHT FIT.
Buying a new bicycle comes with lots of choices. It has to be the right bike for your riding style, the right color, and it has to be within your budget. And, most importantly, it has to fit you.
RIGHT RIDE IS HERE!
With the Giant Right Ride System, you can be sure your new bicycle will be the right fit. One of our in-store Right Ride fit specialists will take you through the complete process so you’ll have the right bike in the right size, fit just for you.
THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT
We’ll measure your height and inseam; Right Ride will recommend a size in your preferred bicycle. Then our fit specialist will adjust the Right Ride simulator to that exact bike and size.
WE COVER ALL THE ANGLES
Right Ride evaluates your knee, trunk, and shoulder angles and then recommends specific adjustments on the simulator to dial in your best fit for comfort and performance. Right Ride and our fit specialist will ensure an overall body position that’s customized to you. This includes your optimal saddle position and stem length, as well as your ideal arm reach, upper body positioning, and correct hip, knee, and foot angles. We can even determine the precise placement of your cleats for pedaling.
At Tay Junction, we offer two types of servicing – Full Service & Half Service.
Full service includes disassembling of the drivetrain & headset. The components of the drivetrain get washed, cleaned, degreased while the frame and wheels received some cleaning treatment. After which, the components and headset will be greased and lubed and installed back on the frame.
Half service covers only dismantling and cleaning of the drivetrain. The components will then be installed back to its original state.
Servicing cost does not include the cost of any parts, cables or bearings replacements. In the event of a need to change any parts, additional costs will be incurred and informed beforehand.
Please note that for servicing of Mountain bikes, both full and half servicing does not include the following: re-bleeding of hydraulic brakes, servicing of front suspension and/or servicing of rear suspension. These 3 mentioned parts requires special servicing and is done separately from the course of a normal full or half service.