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Giant Revolt 1 '14

  • Shimano Tiagra 2x10 equipped Giant Revolt 1
  • Mudguard compatible road bike.
  • SRAM BB7 disc brakes.
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Giant Revolt 1 '14

This is Giant's new do-anything Revolt rugged road bike upgraded with higher spec'd, smoother-shifting Shimano Tiagra-level 2x10 drivetrain, featuring a wider 11-34 cassette, and a 48/34 chainset with integral, external bottom bracket, for superb long term performance.

Same as Giant Revolt 2

The new Giant Revolt falls into the 'adventure road' AKA 'disc brake road' AKA 'gravel grinder' category of drop bar road bikes that are more than capable of a spot of off-road adventure.

As with any bike, the tyres define the Giant Revolt's capabilities. The Giant Revolt comes with Giant's own P-RX2 puncture resistant 700x35 tyres. That is, they're a similar width to most cross tyres but smoother rolling.

If you are thinking of crossing over from mountain biking to road biking, or if you are a road biker looking for an all-weather machine, you'll be delighted to discover that the Revolt comes superbly equipped with SRAM BB7 mechanical disc brakes, and that it is full mudguard compatible.

  • Giant's Aluxx-SL 6011 aluminium frame is double butted so it's lighter weight than Giant's benchmark Aluxx 6061 single butted frame.
  • The lightweight shock-absorbing carbon fork legs go a long way to creating a responsive, fast-steering, exciting ride.
  • The fork's Giant OverDrive Steerer tapers from one and an eighth inch external diameter at the top to inch and a quarter at the crown.
  • As well as reinforcing the front end of the bike, oversizing the bottom of the steerer helps eliminate flex-induced brake juddering.
  • As well as building their own frames and forks, Giant extrude their own rims to build their own high quality wheels.
  • Giant then equip these wheels with their own front and rear specific Giant P-RX2 700x35mm Puncture Protect tyres.
  • SRAM (previously AVID) BB7s are regularly rated the best mechanical disc brakes money can buy because they make it easy for you to literally dial in pad clearance for optimal performance.
  • Tektro RL-720 bar-top brake levers augment the Shimano Claris STIs and make it easier to control your speed while cruising along with your hands on the tops of the Giant Connect XR Ergo-Control bars.

'Giant Aluxx Aluminium Frames
From the manipulation of atomic grain structures to our advanced forming and welding techniques, Giant has been at the forefront of aluminium engineering for more than 30 years. Today, ALUXX Aluminium Technology represents the pinnacle of alloy performance.

A heritage of craftsmanship combined with unmatched manufacturing capabilities gives Giant the unique ability to monitor every step of the aluminium frame-building process. Through our cutting-edge materials science, proprietary forming techniques, and attention to detail, we are constantly advancing aluminium performance to create bikes that are lighter, stronger and stiffer. The difference can be felt in the ride. Every aluminium bike bearing the ALUXX Aluminium Technology label must live up to the highest standards and meet the tightest tolerances of any aluminium frame in the world.

'Giant Revolt
Dirt roads. Unpaved mountain passes. gravel grinders. no mission is too great for the adventurous new Revolt.

This versatile new machine opens a world of opportunity for adventurous, performance-minded riders. The lightweight ALUXX SL frame features endurance oriented geometry and plenty of room for large 700x35+ diameter tyres make the Revolt ideal for comfort and control in constantly changing conditions. Disc brakes and a wide, ergo-shaped handlebar with shorter reach and drop also help boost confidence on rough roads. Details include full-length cable housing for smooth shifting performance in bad weather conditions and the X-Defender down tube guard to protect the rider and bike from dirt and debris.'

Road Bike Sizing Guide.


Giant bikes are the only bicycle company that builds every frame from scratch. This makes Giant bikes the Michelin 5 star chefs of the cycle industry. From raw aluminium ore to the final hard lacquered finish, Giant control every aspect of the production of every one of their trademark Aluxx alloy frames. Same with their incredible carbon creations. From weaving the fine Toray filament to the final finished frame, every Giant composite frame is the result of a painstaking 13-day process. Matching this level of quality control with the unique economies of scale that accrue from building 6 million bicycles a year ensures the premium quality that Giant bikes consistently achieve at competitive down-to-earth prices.

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Sizes S, M, ML, L, XL
Colours Black
Frame ALUXX SL-Grade Aluminium
Fork Advanced-Grade Composite, Alloy OverDrive Steerer
Shock N/A
Handlebar Giant Connect XR Ergo-Control, 31.8mm
Stem Giant Sport
Seatpost Giant Connect Composite
Saddle Giant Contact Forward
Pedals Not included
Shifters Shimano R460 20 speed
Front Derailleur Shimano R460
Rear Derailleur Shimano R350
Brakes SRAM BB7 Road mechanical disc
Brake Levers Shimano R460, w/ Tektro RL720 Sub Lever
Cassette Shimano HG62 11-34
Chain KMC X10 w/ Missing Link
Crankset Shimano R460 48/34
Bottom Bracket Shimano BB4600
Rims Giant S-X2
Hubs Giant Tracker Sport
Spokes Stainless steel
Tyres Giant P-RX2 700x35mm, Puncture Protect
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Q. Looking to use this as a winter road bike and maybe for touring. I was wondering if its possible to fit this bike with a 42/52t group set up front?
A. If you wanted to change the chainset on the Giant Revolt then we would recommend going for a more widely used combination, eg. 50/34 or 52/39. You could just change the outer chainring if you went to 50/34. To be honest we would recommend trying the bike as it specced as standard. If you do plan on touring and some longer rides then having the 34t lower chainring can be useful. We wouldn't recommend going to a 52/39t chainset on this style of bike as it would likely give you too high an overall gearing. If you did change the chainset then this could cost around £80-100. To just change to 50/34t with a new chainring then this would cost around £30. Should you be interested in going ahead with either option please give us a call.

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