Giant Revolt 1 2021

Giant Revolt 1 2021

Regular price$1,905.00
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With our online store only opened since the 17th October 2022 we want to make sure that we can offer the best possible customer service, for the first 3 months from the launch we have limited the delivery of bikes to only surrounding counties, with parts and accessories shipped throughout the Republic of Ireland.

Delivery charge on ALL bikes is €20.

List of Eircodes we deliver to:

D01 - D24, D6W,

K32, K34, K36, K45, K56, K67, K78.

A41, A42, A45, A84, A85, A86, A92, A94, A96.

W23, C15

Delivery time on Bikes is currently between 7-14 days. We hope to reduce this time to 3-5 days in the coming months.

Shipping of parts and accessories available throughout the Republic of Ireland with a delivery time of 1-2 days excluding weekends.

Delivery charge on Parts and Accessories is €5.95.

We are currently not shipping outside of the Republic of Ireland.

We will be shipping bikes throughout the Republic of Ireland from 1st March 2023.

With parts and accessories worldwide by 1st March 2023.

 

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Description

GRAVEL, DIRT AND SCENIC BACKROADS OFFER SOME OF THE BEST OPPORTUNITIES FOR FREEDOM AND ADVENTURE. THIS LIGHTWEIGHT ALUMINIUM ALL-ROUNDER IS THE PERFECT WAY TO GET AWAY FROM IT ALL AND EXPLORE THE PLACES YOU’VE ALWAYS THOUGHT ABOUT BUT NEVER RIDDEN.

Whether you ride dirt roads, trails, gravel or a mix of everything, you want a bike that floats right through it, keeps you in control, and is comfortable for long days in the saddle. The Revolt delivers on all accounts. It features a lightweight ALUXX aluminium frame and composite fork, each engineered to balance stiffness and compliance. It comes with integrated components including the D-Fuse seatpost and Contact XR D-Fuse handlebar to further absorb road shocks and vibrations. The frame is integrated for disc brakes and it has clearance for larger tyres up to 45mm.

KEY PERFORMANCE FACTORS

Versatile gravel geometry

Frame is designed with endurance positioning and shorter chainstays for precise handling, agility and control. The result is confident speed in all situations, from out-of-the-saddle climbs to rugged dirt descents.

Tuned compliance

Innovative Contact XR D-Fuse handlebar and D-Fuse seatpost work as a system to help absorb shock without sacrificing the stiffness needed for aggressive road performance. Added frame clearance for high-volume tyres up to 45mm helps smooth out rough roads, gravel and dirt.

All-rounder efficiency

The ALUXX aluminium frame delivers efficient pedaling power and all-round versatility, giving you a smooth, fast ride quality on variable riding surfaces.

Gravel Bikes

A gravel bicycle is a type of bicycle intended for gravel cycling, including gravel racing. They are also sometimes known as "adventure bicycles", particularly ones intended for harsher off-road terrain.

While bicycles have been used for riding on such roads since bicycles were invented, the "modern" gravel bicycle, as a category, evolved in the 2000s, adopting technology from road bicycles, cyclocross bicycles and mountain bikes. They also share many characteristics of touring bicycles, such as relaxed geometry, wide tires and wide-range gearing.

Cyclo-Cross Bikes

A cyclo-cross bike or cyclo-cross bicycle (abbreviated CX Bike or CXB) is a bicycle specifically designed for the rigors of a cyclo-cross race. Cyclo-cross bicycles roughly resemble the racing bicycles used in road racing. The major differences between the two are the frame geometry, and the wider clearances that cyclo-cross bikes have for their larger tires and mud and other debris that they accumulate.

Cyclists have been competing in races on road-going bicycles since the 19th century. Cyclo-cross emerged as a sport in its own right in France in 1902. Cyclo-cross bicycles are similar to other bicycles, but the frame geometry is closer to a mountain bike than a road racing bicycle. The top tube is often longer and closer to horizontal, and the handlebars are higher, again akin to mountain bikes. The emphasis on bicycle handling skills differentiates cyclo-cross from road racing. Cyclo-cross courses are held on a variety of terrain, including grass, mud, sand and paved surfaces.


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