The Revolt series of bicycles are built for adventures off the beaten path, commutes on the bike path, and everything in between. Read on...
The Advanced-Grade carbon fiber frame and fork of the Revolt Advanced 1 aren't repurposed from a cyclocross bike. They're a from-scratch design that prioritizes stable handling, light weight, a comfortable fit and wide tire clearance. How wide? Room for tires up to 53mm! A longer top tube and shorter stem improves stability by kicking the front wheel ahead of the rider's center of gravity. By changing the Revolt Advanced 1's overall design to that "progressive geometry", the bike becomes more controllable over rough and choppy surfaces. The bottom bracket is also lower by 10mm, making the bike feel more planted on rough terrain. The Revolt Advanced 1's press-fit PowerCore bottom bracket transmits every watt to the rear wheel by eliminating power-robbing flex. A tapered head tube/steerer tube interface adds precision to every corner and high-speed descent. Out back, the dropouts feature a "flip chip" design that allows the rider to change the bike's wheelbase by 10mm. Short for a more road-like feel, or longer for a more stable feel over rough and crumbly surfaces. Mounts for racks, fenders, bottles and a direct-mount top tube bag make the Revolt Advanced 1 ready for any adventure. 12mm thru-axle dropouts, flat-mount brake calipers and internal cable routing shows how Giant wanted to make the Revolt Advanced 1 a sleek performer.
A gravel bike has to perform with every gear shift and squeeze of the brake lever, and the Revolt Advanced 1 has that covered. SRAM's Rival eTap AXS components are found throughout the single-ring drivetrain, ensuring precise operation and long service life. The wireless shifting technology of SRAM's Rival drivetrain makes every shift lightning quick! The battery life is about 550-600 miles, and battery life can be monitored with SRAM's AXS smartphone app. 12-speed SRAM Rival eTap AXS components include the adjustable-reach dual-control levers, XPLR derailleur, and even the wide-range 10-44T cassette. A SRAM Rival alloy crankset boasts a single 40T chainring, allowing a less than 1-to-1 gear ratio for intimidating inclines. Giant's own tubeless-ready alloy P-X2 Disc wheels are wrapped with 700x45c gravel-tread Maxxis Rambler tires for low rolling resistance and grippy confidence in the rough stuff. SRAM also supplies the Rival hydraulic disc brakes, adding excellent stopping power in all conditions, rain or shine.
To help take the edge off of washboard trails, broken pavement and awful railway crossings, Giant supplies the Contact Switch dropper seatpost that can get the Approach saddle out of the way at the push of the bar-mounted lever. A Contact alloy stem clamps an equally clever XR D-Fuse alloy road handlebar.
|FLIP CHIP POSITION||SHORT | LONG||SHORT | LONG||SHORT | LONG||SHORT | LONG||SHORT | LONG||SHORT | LONG|
|SEAT TUBE LENGTH (mm)||430||450||470||490||510||530|
|SEAT TUBE ANGLE||74.0°||73.5°||73.5°||73.0°||73.0°||73.0°|
|TOP TUBE LENGTH (mm)||540||550||560||575||585||600|
|HEAD TUBE LENGTH (mm)||125||135||150||165||180||195|
|HEAD TUBE ANGLE||70.0°||71.0°||71.5°||72.0°||72.0°||72.0°|
|FORK RAKE (mm)||50||50||50||50||50||50|
|TRAIL (mm)||78 | 82||72 | 75||68 | 72||65 | 68||65 | 68||65 | 68|
|WHEELBASE (mm)||1024 | 1034||1020 | 1030||1026 | 1036||1031 | 1041||1041 | 1051||1056 | 1066|
|CHAIN STAY LENGTH (mm)||425 | 435||425 | 435||425 | 435||425 | 435||425 | 435||425 | 435|
|BOTTOM BRACKET DROP (mm)||80 | 81||80 | 81||80 | 81||80 | 81||80 | 81||80 | 81|
|STAND OVER HEIGHT (mm)||724 | 731||740 | 747||757 | 764||774 | 780||791 | 797||807 | 814|
|HANDLEBAR WIDTH (mm)||420||420||440||440||460||460|
|STEM LENGTH (mm)||50||60||70||80||80||90|
|CRANK LENGTH (mm)||170||170||172.5||172.5||175||175|
|X-Small||155 cm to 166 cm|
|Small||159 cm to 171 cm|
|Medium||169 cm to 181 cm|
|Medium/Large||174 cm to 186 cm|
|Large||179 cm to 191 cm|
|X-Large||189 cm to 200 cm|
Due to supply-chain issues, Specs are subject to change without notice.
|Frame||Advanced-Grade Composite, 12x142mm thru-axle, disc, flip chip dropout|
|Fork||Advanced-Grade Composite, full-composite OverDrive steerer, 12mm thru-axle, disc|
|Rims||Giant P-X2 Disc wheelset|
|Hubs||Giant P-X2 Disc wheelset|
|Tires||Maxxis Rambler, 700x45c, tubeless|
|Bottom Bracket||SRAM DUB, press fit|
|Crankset||SRAM Rival D1 DUB, XS:170mm, S:170mm, M:172.5mm, M/L:172.5mm, L:175mm, XL:175mm|
|Shifters||SRAM Rival eTap AXS, 1x12|
|Rear Derailleur||SRAM Rival eTap AXS XPLR|
|Cassette/Freewheel||SRAM Rival, 12-speed, 10-44T|
|Chain||SRAM Rival D1|
|Brakes||SRAM Rival eTap AXS hydraulic disc|
|Rotors||Giant MPH rotors [F]160mm, [R]140mm|
|Brake Levers||SRAM Rival eTap AXS hydraulic|
|Handlebars||Giant Contact XR D-Fuse, 31.8mm XS:42cm, S:42cm, M:44cm, M/L:44cm, L:46cm, XL:46cm|
|Tape/Grips||Stratus Lite 3.0|
|Stem||Giant Contact, 8-degree XS:50mm, S:60mm, M:70mm, M/L:80mm, L:80mm, XL:90mm|
|Seatpost||Giant Contact Switch, dropper, 30.9mm XS:295mm, S:345mm, M:345mm, M/L:345mm, L:395mm, XL:395mm|
|Accessories & Extras||Giant 1x chain guide, tubeless prepared, 53mm max tire size in "long" flip chip position, 42mm max tire size in "short" flip chip position|
* Subject to change without notice.