Size: M/L (same geometry as most 65cm racing frames)
4,482 miles
Upgraded to one-piece Contact SLR Aero Road Integrated Handlebar, which cost $550, saves another 5.5 watts, is super lightweight, and improves ride quality! (I also have the original handlebar.)
Includes custom Garmin mount and go-pro mount for either a camera or a headlight.

This is the lightest highest-quality carbon frame in the Propel lineup. It weighs 16.5lbs with these [not-so-light] wheels. I have two different sets of carbon aero wheels if you are interested, but most people have their own favorite brand and these make great training wheels.

From Giant's website:
The Aero Road choice of Giant pros including Marcel Kittel. Designed in the wind tunnel, proven at the Tour de France.

Proven through third-party wind-tunnel tests to be more aerodynamic from every yaw angle tested when compared to other leading aero road bikes, Propel Advanced SL sets a new standard for speed. The Advanced SL-grade composite frame is engineered with AeroSystem Shaping Technology, which saves 12-36 seconds over a distance of 40km at a speed of 40 kph compared to key aero bike competitors--with zero compromises in weight or stiffness. Add technologies including the SpeedControl SL brake system, integrated seatpost and internal cable routing and the result is clear: Propel Advanced SL is faster from every angle.

This is an aero racing bike, so it compares to Trek Madone, Specialized Venge Vias, Colnago Concept, Rose X-Lite, Boardman Air Elite, Stork Aerfast, Cervelo S5, Ridley Noah, Pinarello Dogma F10, Canyon Aeroad, Scott Foil, Meridia Reacto, Orbea Orca, Bianchi Oltre XR4, Factor One, and Lapierre Aircode. Please text me on this number, 3317163490