2022 Giant Revolt Advanced

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wahla21
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by wahla21

de lars cuevas wrote:
Sun Feb 20, 2022 11:47 am
wahla21 wrote:
Wed Nov 24, 2021 10:02 pm
I had a TCR in XL and I don't know if I'll fit on a XL Revolt! Im 6.5 (195cm).
I'm afraid not. At least not with the supplied seatpost. I'm 190 cm with a long 94 cm inseam. The XL has a crazy short 53 cm seat tube. A dealer told me the L has a 35 cm seatpost. If the XL had the dame, it would be 2 cm too short for me. Ended up buying a Canyon Grizl XL with Ekar. 😎

Could anybody confirm seatpost length for 2022 XL Revolt?
Can't answer for all models but the Pro has a 395mm seat post
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rides4beer
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by rides4beer

wahla21 wrote:
Mon Feb 21, 2022 10:25 pm
Got a Revolt Advanced Pro 1 delivered.
Quite a few bikes rolling in now
Any chance you could measure the chainstay clearance? Or maybe even test fit some big tires? :beerchug:

warthog101
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by warthog101

rides4beer wrote:Absolutely love my 2021 Advanced 2, upgraded to GRX di2 and carbon wheels. Only thing it’s lacking is more tire clearance. Pretty excited about the new redesign with increased clearance. Thinking about picking up another Advanced 2 and swapping the di2 and wheels over, really liking the Starry Night colorway. Don’t mind the wait since I can keep riding my ‘21.

Looking forward to seeing what size tires people actually fit on there. There are some pretty fast 2”-2.2” tires that would be awesome.
I have a 2021 Revolt too.
I was initially a bit disappointed in the lack of clearance on mine when I heard the new one will take 53s.
However given I use mine on dirt roads and rail trails and a few gravel races with 40c tyres, on reflection I'm not too concerned anymore.
Not many of the faster tyres are available in bigger than 40.
https://www.bicyclerollingresistance.co ... el-reviews
At gravel races I'm not seeing anyone use anything larger than 40.
I don't see myself needing larger than 40, let alone 45, for my use.
Happy with that and dont need larger.

wahla21
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by wahla21

rides4beer wrote:
Tue Feb 22, 2022 4:06 am
wahla21 wrote:
Mon Feb 21, 2022 10:25 pm
Got a Revolt Advanced Pro 1 delivered.
Quite a few bikes rolling in now
Any chance you could measure the chainstay clearance? Or maybe even test fit some big tires? :beerchug:
Once I have it I will. It's been delivered to the bike ship for me 😎
But in long setting it should take at least 53mm in 700c.
How big do you want to go?
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rides4beer
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by rides4beer

warthog101 wrote:
Tue Feb 22, 2022 6:03 am
I have a 2021 Revolt too.
I was initially a bit disappointed in the lack of clearance on mine when I heard the new one will take 53s.
However given I use mine on dirt roads and rail trails and a few gravel races with 40c tyres, on reflection I'm not too concerned anymore.
Not many of the faster tyres are available in bigger than 40.
https://www.bicyclerollingresistance.co ... el-reviews
At gravel races I'm not seeing anyone use anything larger than 40.
I don't see myself needing larger than 40, let alone 45, for my use.
Happy with that and dont need larger.
Absolutely, just depends on your needs and what you're riding. There are some pretty fast 2"/2.1" mtb tires that would be fun.

rides4beer
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by rides4beer

wahla21 wrote:
Tue Feb 22, 2022 8:44 am
Once I have it I will. It's been delivered to the bike ship for me 😎
But in long setting it should take at least 53mm in 700c.
How big do you want to go?
There's a couple of tires I'm looking at that will prob measure a true 53-54mm on wide rims, so would be good to know if there's decent clearance or if it's tight.

wahla21
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by wahla21

It has finally arrived!
Advanced Pro 1.
Really lovely bike, very nimble and light (ish) for such a big bike.
Love it already.

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OnTheRivet
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by OnTheRivet

warthog101 wrote:
Tue Feb 22, 2022 6:03 am
rides4beer wrote:Absolutely love my 2021 Advanced 2, upgraded to GRX di2 and carbon wheels. Only thing it’s lacking is more tire clearance. Pretty excited about the new redesign with increased clearance. Thinking about picking up another Advanced 2 and swapping the di2 and wheels over, really liking the Starry Night colorway. Don’t mind the wait since I can keep riding my ‘21.

Looking forward to seeing what size tires people actually fit on there. There are some pretty fast 2”-2.2” tires that would be awesome.
I have a 2021 Revolt too.
I was initially a bit disappointed in the lack of clearance on mine when I heard the new one will take 53s.
However given I use mine on dirt roads and rail trails and a few gravel races with 40c tyres, on reflection I'm not too concerned anymore.
Not many of the faster tyres are available in bigger than 40.
https://www.bicyclerollingresistance.co ... el-reviews
At gravel races I'm not seeing anyone use anything larger than 40.
I don't see myself needing larger than 40, let alone 45, for my use.
Happy with that and dont need larger.
If I ride somewhere that needs more than a 40c tire I would rather be on my mtb.

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by biber123

Hi guys, just want to share with you my 2022 Giant Revolt advanced Pro Frameset, which I ordered from Nederlands because it's not available in Germany and many other country's. Color is candy navy, size ML.
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warthog101
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by warthog101


OnTheRivet wrote:
If I ride somewhere that needs more than a 40c tire I would rather be on my mtb.
Ditto. I need a better mtb though.

warthog101
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by warthog101


biber123 wrote:Hi guys, just want to share with you my 2022 Giant Revolt advanced Pro Frameset, which I ordered from Nederlands because it's not available in Germany and many other country's. Color is candy navy, size ML.

cant get the pictures working - how does it work?Image
I have just had a look at your post by quoting it and you have img /img in square brackets but no image web address between them.
Use a photo hosting server or you can use Tapatalk on your mobile and post using that.(if and when it works)

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biber123
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by biber123

biber123 wrote:Hi guys, just want to share with you my 2022 Giant Revolt advanced Pro Frameset, which I ordered from Nederlands because it's not available in Germany and many other country's. Color is candy navy, size ML.

cant get the pictures working - how does it work?Image
Frameweight Size ML 1149g
Uncut Fork 425g
Axles 79g
Flipchip 20g
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sonic00
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by sonic00

Looks nice - did you already build the bike? What parts do you use?

Roadbiker10
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by Roadbiker10

Anyone got actual weights for the Revolt 1 and 0 AL?
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Roadbiker10
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by Roadbiker10

I'm close to buying a Revolt Advanced 3. Just unsure about the size. I am 181cm and maybe 85-86 inseam. It's either M or M/L I'm considering. My size should be M/L but I feel like the stack is too high at 602. Another thing I was thinking about, is if the very short seat tube i M at 470 would be too short. My saddle position on the road bike is 76 cm from bb-c to top of the saddle.

Another bike I am looking at is the Kanzo Adventure. 2020, not the newest one. It has a 560 mm seat tube. While stack and reach is similar to the Giant in M. The Kanzo is in L.

By the way. Does anyone have the weight of the Advanced 3? Can't find it anywhere. I've seen it stated that the old Revolt Advanced 3 was 10,17kg. I'm guessing the new one should be lighter. That seems heavy for a carbon bike. Compared to the Grizl and Kanzo.
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