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    Giant Revolt Advanced

    I see Giant has finally put a true gravel bike into their mix for 2019. All of the Revolt models have a carbon frame with some good specs. I've been on a TCX SLR for the past three years and love the bike but was wanting something a little more cushy than an aluminum frame.

    https://www.giant-bicycles.com/us/bikes-revolt-advanced

    I went to my dealer to put some righteous bucks down on one but he said the tariff situation is rocking the bike industry. I guess Giant told him they didn't know when the 2019 bikes would be coming to the USA.

    Can't Trump just stick to messing with porn stars and leave my bikes out of it?

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    Some sizes and models are already out. Giants website will show you some of the dealers with the size/model you want.

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    Keep the politics off the board please.
    Thereís enough of that elsewhere.

    If this had braze ons, Iíd be all over it.

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    There are mounts under the cover above the rear drop out and a single mounting point at the center of the seat stay bridge. Not sure what the weight limit would be.

    I just wished the 105 build was a full new 7000 build and not the odd stem, cable to hydraulic converter.

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    Yeah, Iím my head I want this to be a giant warbird with cutthroat mounts.
    it isnít.

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    Giant's bikes are made in Taiwan. The tariffs are largely focused on China and should have minimal impact on Giant. That's true for most high-end cycling gear. The bikes that are most likely to be affected are the low-end stuff and big-box store bikes.

    I'm pretty pumped about Giant's new gravel options. I'll definitely be picking one up early next year. I'd like to see more about the weights and how the integrated mounts are set up.

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    I was able to ride this bike at my local demo today. I was on the fence to replace my warbird with a new warbird or the giant. Giant has great specs with carbon wheels at the 3K level compared to what salsa was offering. I was told the first order of these bikes sold out, they are now on the second phase and if I didn't pre order one, I would be waiting until April. Current orders show 3 weeks east coast and 6 weeks west coast. After riding it, I wanted it. I don't think most manufactures are making tons of bikes right now because they don't want to be stuck with excess inventory. I have watched both trek and specialized inventory levels and a few of the bikes when I decided I wanted one, were not available and salsa's pretty much have to be pre-ordered. My test ride was great, felt more road oriented but since I will be riding 50 percent road and 50 percent gravel, I ordered one. It felt fast.

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    Are the carbon wheels and Ultegra upgrade are worth $1300 over the Revolt 2?

    I have not seen much on Giant's carbon wheels, just wondering if they are worth a look.

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    For me it was staying away from the Giant Conduct brake system and going to a full hydraulic system. But I am a wheel person and normally thats the first thing I change. However, I was happy with this carbon wheel and made the upgrade to have it. They rode great and felt great. The wheels alone to change after, I believe were over the $1300 difference.

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    The mid-level Advanced 1 has full-hydraulic too (SRAM Apex 1 Hydraulic). That's the one I'm leaning towards because I think the hydraulic discs and clutched derailleur are worth the cost.

    My TCR has Giant's carbon wheels and I've been very happy with them, but I can't justify that extra cost for this one, although I'm sure the weight savings would be nice.

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    giant branded wheels typically use dtswiss internals. the set of road wheels I abused for a good 6-7 years was flawless.

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    Wow, thatís awesome to hear, I am very happy with DT Swiss wheels on my salsa bike, good to know, thanks

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    Double check to be sure, Iím just some dude on the internet.

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    Well I threw down on the Revolt 2. Already purchased Ultegra shifters & hydraulic disc brakes, a new Salsa cowbell bar and new pedals. An Ultegra RX rear and front derailleur are on the way. The bike should be in by the end of this month.

    I'm glad I purchased the bike when I did, there is a limited amount of frames left in my size.

    As much as I fretted over getting the 0, I already have two black bikes and sure liked the deep gray/red frame. I can't wait to get this thing out on the gravel.

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    New Revolt 2

    Hi,
    I've had my Revolt 2 for a couple of weeks. I got a gray one in the large size. Not much first hand reports about this bike so I thought I'd speak up. I swapped the stem for a 80mm and flipped it up, added a WT tanpan, a 11-42 sunrace cassette, xt long cage rear derailleur, fenders. It's hilly and rainy in Seattle. Thought about a Salsa cutthroat but no fender mounts. I'm replacing a 20 year old gunnar cross hair and am very happy with the Giant. Stock saddle is comfy, nice having the handlebars level with the seat.

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    I just got my Revolt 0 last night, and i love it. I had a salsa warbird and wanted the new warbird, but the pricing is just too high for what i can get. I have never owned a giant and was nervous. But after my ride this morning, i loved it. Felt very much like my road bike, was planted and solid. Smooth and fast. I did not find anything that i didnt like. Only thing i changed was the seat as i always do, i need a wider seat. But the bike performed better then what i thought. Great value for the price i got, now that the price went up. Love the look of the bike and cant say enough.

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    I am looking at those bikes. Can you compare them?

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    Crap, i wrote a ton and it didnt post, so frustrating. compairing the two dollar for dollar, i would take the giant, better ultegra drive train and solid carbon wheels with giants warranty. I have no complaints, my warbird has carbon reynolds wheels and i am a big guy. Warbird is great and love salsa bars, but the giant frame is solid matched with great wheels and better drive train and brakes, i am beyond content.

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    Salsa also has a recall on their front fork right now, so good luck even getting a salsa, The giant cant be beat right now.

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    Yikes, does not bode well for the Salsa. I agree the Giant is well spec'd and a good looking bike. I rode a TCX one day on a gravel tour and the M/L fit well and felt good, I am sure the Revolt would be a joy to ride.

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    Bike shop guy here in the Midwest. Been on a 0 for about 3 months now. Also own a Warbird and Checkpoint (aluminum models, so harder to compare) and this is by far my favorite bike. Just the fact that it has an Ultegra RX drivetrain stock is a huge plus. My only complaint is that because of availability issues, reviews on this bike have been few and far between. If anyone has any specific questions, I'm happy to answer. I've kept the bike completely stock, per an agreement with my wife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodnmusic View Post
    Bike shop guy here in the Midwest. Been on a 0 for about 3 months now. Also own a Warbird and Checkpoint (aluminum models, so harder to compare) and this is by far my favorite bike. Just the fact that it has an Ultegra RX drivetrain stock is a huge plus. My only complaint is that because of availability issues, reviews on this bike have been few and far between. If anyone has any specific questions, I'm happy to answer. I've kept the bike completely stock, per an agreement with my wife.
    I'd be curious about how it feels on pavement. Most of my rides include some dirt and some pavement, and I hate a sluggish bike. I see Giant has built this bike with a somewhat slack head angle for stability on dirt-does it handle reasonably well on pavement? I'm not looking for twitchy, razor sharp road race bike handling but I don't want it to push back on corners and doggedly track straight like a touring bike either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveF View Post
    I'd be curious about how it feels on pavement. Most of my rides include some dirt and some pavement, and I hate a sluggish bike. I see Giant has built this bike with a somewhat slack head angle for stability on dirt-does it handle reasonably well on pavement? I'm not looking for twitchy, razor sharp road race bike handling but I don't want it to push back on corners and doggedly track straight like a touring bike either.
    My opinion is that it rolls surprisingly quick for what it is. I had my reservations when i saw the Giant branded tires on it, but they have done great on both gravel and road. At no point would I describe the ride as "sluggish". I've said this on other sites and in person with interested customers and I'll say it again: the Revolt just feels solid. I can't think of a better way of describing it.

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    D-fuse bars

    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Goat View Post
    Well I threw down on the Revolt 2. Already purchased Ultegra shifters & hydraulic disc brakes, a new Salsa cowbell bar and new pedals. An Ultegra RX rear and front derailleur are on the way. The bike should be in by the end of this month.

    I'm glad I purchased the bike when I did, there is a limited amount of frames left in my size.

    As much as I fretted over getting the 0, I already have two black bikes and sure liked the deep gray/red frame. I can't wait to get this thing out on the gravel.
    Awesome. Youíll need to post a review.

    If youíre replacing the bars, what are you going to do with the take offs? Do you want to sell them? I would be interested.

    I have been wanting to try out Giantís D-fuse handlebars, but none of the dealers in my area have any of the bikes in stock yet. I was looking for a carbon bar upgrade on my Cannondale and these were what I had in mind.

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    Questions/comments.

    What are Giant Conduct brakes? Mech? Mech actuated Hydraulic?
    What is the 650B tire clearance?
    I guess it's not dropper post compatible?

    Looks like a great bike otherwise.

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    Conduct brakes are mechanically actuated hydraulic. The stem face plate is replaced with a piece that turns the pull of the brake cable from the shifter into hydraulic action. And no it's not dropper post compatible as the seat post is D shaped instead of round to allow it to flex backwards but not side to side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smoothmoose View Post
    Questions/comments.

    What are Giant Conduct brakes? Mech? Mech actuated Hydraulic?
    What is the 650B tire clearance?
    I guess it's not dropper post compatible?

    Looks like a great bike otherwise.
    Giant says their is enough room for 45mm 700c tires, I do not know how to convert that to 650B. I can throw a 650B wheel on this bike when I get it and can let you know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodnmusic View Post
    My opinion is that it rolls surprisingly quick for what it is. I had my reservations when i saw the Giant branded tires on it, but they have done great on both gravel and road. At no point would I describe the ride as "sluggish". I've said this on other sites and in person with interested customers and I'll say it again: the Revolt just feels solid. I can't think of a better way of describing it.
    Giant built one heck of a great gravel bike when they designed the TCX Advanced SX and they didn't even know it. Disc brakes, plenty of tire clearance, D-Fuse seat post...they were ahead of the curve on accident! Now that they have focused on a gravel specific bike, I can't wait to give it a go!

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    Hey all!

    Iím new to gravel riding, but Iím an avid road rider and mountain biker.

    I just wanted to echo what others have said here about the ordering situation. My local dealer said most sizes of the revolt 2 and 1 are available within a week or two, but the 0 has a decent wait time. Being brand new to all this I was looking at a bit of everything in the space from the salsa journeyman to the cannondale topstone to the salsa warbird and Niner rlt bikes.

    As I started looking more and more I kept coming across the Giant revolt. Originally I was looking at the $2400 range in most of the bikes, but I wasnít finding what I wanted. So I buckled down and upped my budget to be able to afford the revolt 0. I went ahead and ordered one, even though the wait time is now mid January. The spec, wheels and color sealed the deal for me.


    The revolt 2 was off the table as the brake levers felt squishy and soft. The idea of a mechanical/hydraulic disc brake is pretty cool, but the feel wasnít for me. But the orange color is gorgeous.

    The revolt 1 was my first choice, I really like the sram 1x setup for its simplicity.

    I ended up going with the revolt 0 for two main reasons. Firstly I am not a fan of the grey on the revolt 1, at all! Second, the zero came with carbon rims, which Iíve never had, and I know I will end up buying in less than a year anyway. I feel like $840 more for the carbon rims is a bargain. My LBS told me they do have dtswiss internals and ride really well. Getting the new shimano groupset on there is a plus for me.

    I feel like this bike is going to be the bike Iíve been looking for since I started riding 6 years ago. A fun, ride anywhere, disc brake, drop bar, big miles, party rig.

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    The Revolt 2 came in yesterday, it looks pretty sweet! I'll post more (and a photo, the actual grey color of the bike is NOT what Giant has on their website) when the upgrades get installed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Goat View Post
    The Revolt 2 came in yesterday, it looks pretty sweet! I'll post more (and a photo, the actual grey color of the bike is NOT what Giant has on their website) when the upgrades get installed.

    What upgrades are you planning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nathanc98 View Post
    What upgrades are you planning?
    To start, I upgraded to Ultegra hydraulic brakes, shifters, F & R derailleurs, XT pedals, a Salsa Cowbell bar and Race Face Turbine Stem (the stem is only temporary, it was the only 80mm stem I had lying around until I decide on which stem I really want). I am planning on a new wheelset and cranks a little bit later on.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Goat View Post
    To start, I upgraded to Ultegra hydraulic brakes, shifters, F & R derailleurs, XT pedals, a Salsa Cowbell bar and Race Face Turbine Stem (the stem is only temporary, it was the only 80mm stem I had lying around until I decide on which stem I really want). I am planning on a new wheelset and cranks a little bit later on.

    I donít know the cost of all of that, is that more effective than just buying the higher tier bike? Or are you just looking for a specific build that they donít offer anyway?

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    Wheels

    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Goat View Post
    To start, I upgraded to Ultegra hydraulic brakes, shifters, F & R derailleurs, XT pedals, a Salsa Cowbell bar and Race Face Turbine Stem (the stem is only temporary, it was the only 80mm stem I had lying around until I decide on which stem I really want). I am planning on a new wheelset and cranks a little bit later on.

    Do you have your wheels picked out yet? If not, have a look at Hunt wheels. They are not flashy on looks, but they make a solid and fast wheel set.
    I run the 4 season gravel disc and really like them.

    huntbikewheels.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by nathanc98 View Post
    I donít know the cost of all of that, is that more effective than just buying the higher tier bike? Or are you just looking for a specific build that they donít offer anyway?
    So the 2 is $1365 less than the 0. I've got about $815 left to spend before I equal the price of the 0. The main reason why I did not go with the 0 is I did not want the Giant carbon wheels and I wanted the gray color of the 2. I would have probably customized some things on the 0 anyhow (bars, crank and would look for a second set of wheels).

    If I end up with some Hunt 4 Season Disc Wheels (thanks for the information Sunrise Coulter) and keep searching for a carbon crank, my 2 will have the build I want for less than the 0.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Goat View Post
    So the 2 is $1365 less than the 0. I've got about $815 left to spend before I equal the price of the 0. The main reason why I did not go with the 0 is I did not want the Giant carbon wheels and I wanted the gray color of the 2. I would have probably customized some things on the 0 anyhow (bars, crank and would look for a second set of wheels).

    If I end up with some Hunt 4 Season Disc Wheels (thanks for the information Sunrise Coulter) and keep searching for a carbon crank, my 2 will have the build I want for less than the 0.
    Thatís awesome!

    This is gonna be my first gravel bike, so I have no idea as to what I would even change, thatís pretty much why I just went for all the bells and whistles from the get go. Thereís a small chance my bike will be in sooner than expected, so Iím keeping my fingers crossed. As far as color goes, I love the orange and the black bikes and I didnít want to start changing parts before I got to ride. So that was another plus for the 0.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Goat View Post
    So the 2 is $1365 less than the 0. I've got about $815 left to spend before I equal the price of the 0. The main reason why I did not go with the 0 is I did not want the Giant carbon wheels and I wanted the gray color of the 2. I would have probably customized some things on the 0 anyhow (bars, crank and would look for a second set of wheels).

    If I end up with some Hunt 4 Season Disc Wheels (thanks for the information Sunrise Coulter) and keep searching for a carbon crank, my 2 will have the build I want for less than the 0.
    Right on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Goat View Post
    Giant built one heck of a great gravel bike when they designed the TCX Advanced SX and they didn't even know it. Disc brakes, plenty of tire clearance, D-Fuse seat post...they were ahead of the curve on accident! Now that they have focused on a gravel specific bike, I can't wait to give it a go!
    Completely agree. I like a quick handling bike and have never wanted for a more 'Gravel' oriented bike. The Revolt brings a slightly slacker HT and a slightly higher front end. (all improvements for a gravel oriented bike)

    For the OP... the carbon TCX is a whole 'nother world! Responsive and climbs like a goat... but compliant where it needs to be. I've had a few aluminum gravel and cross bikes... never again, they feel like crap off-road!

    Full hydraulics are mandatory in my book.

    Low end spec Giant wheels (alloy) are heavy and the entry level carbons are strong, but not as light as you might expect. I replaced my stock P-X2 wheels with a set of DT Swiss RR421 based wheels. Budget price/super light/strong enough.

    The other place that Giant saves a little money at the expense of weight is in the cassette. Not as much of an issue with the Revolt's 11-34... but on the TCX, the low-end 11-42 cassette was an anchor.
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    Just picked up my Revolt Advanced 0. I tested a number of bikes including the Revolt 1 and 2 before settling on the Revolt 0. The new bike shine is still in effect, but at the moment Iím quite happy with the choice. Fast, light, comfy, and a good value relative to its competition.

    Will probably be selling my Defy as the Revolt does well for my needs (non-racer) on road as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisInYpsi View Post
    Just picked up my Revolt Advanced 0. I tested a number of bikes including the Revolt 1 and 2 before settling on the Revolt 0. The new bike shine is still in effect, but at the moment Iím quite happy with the choice. Fast, light, comfy, and a good value relative to its competition.

    Will probably be selling my Defy as the Revolt does well for my needs (non-racer) on road as well.
    How does the Revolt feel compared to the Defy? I have an older Defy (now on the trainer) that I like a lot, and a Synapse Carbon for the bulk of my riding.

    The Synapse is why I got a Topstone, they feel identical to me. It was ďgood enoughĒ at the price I got it for (then replaced the seatpost & wheels (my 2nd pair of Hunts))...then within two or so weeks I saw the Revolt! Revolt Adv2 is about the same price in the end. But carbon.
    Mild regret ensues...

    I have really been enjoying the Topstone, but yeah, the alloy frame is a little harsh on rough logging roads and singletrack. I probably shouldnít be going that fast anymore anyway...

    And better colorways.

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    Has anyone gotten the chance to compare this to the Trek CheckPoint SL? I'm looking at the Revolt Adv 2 vs Checkpoint SL5 for a good as I would ever need bike for gravel events/rides in the PNW. The Trek has the decoupler system, steeper HT, and shorter wheelbase vs the Giant D-fuse post, slacker HT, and longer wheelbase. The Trek also has more mounts and an adjustable wheelbase but I don't think I'm apt to use those features. The Checkpoint is more expensive but comes with a full 105 group vs the Giant brake system which would cost about $500 to upgrade. Getting the chance to test ride either off road is very slim.

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    Giant Revolt Advanced-20181201_124608.jpg

    Just need some cables and hoses hooked up and this baby is ready for a ride! (Maybe my Salsa corktape too...)

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    Just need some cables and hoses hooked up and this baby is ready for a ride! (Maybe my Salsa corktape too...)

    Thatís a cool pic! I always like hearing about and seeing build progress. Is it dropping a bunch of weight taking the giant conduct system off?

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    My xs revolt 0 is almost ready. I asked for orange seal in the tires and they wonít have it for two days. Which is great for me because I work the next two days.

    They are going to go over it with a fine tooth comb and then on Friday I get to do my sizing and take it home! Iím so damn excited.


    The owner threw it on the scale out of curiosity, and itís exactly 19lbs with no cages or pedals.

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    Awesome looking rig! I bought new wheels yesterday so it will be interesting to see how much the 2 weighs with my upgrades. I think taking the Giant Conduct brake system off has to save me some serious weight!

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    Hello Speed Goat, I'd really like to know about that also. I have been looking at the Advanced 2. The Conduct brakes look like a good idea but is it really a added weight that could be less. Let us know.

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    Thereís a YouTube channel that took the 2 and swapped to di2 and carbon bars and said he had a lot less weight on the bike, but I donít recall if he said an exact amount he pulled off the bike.

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    Love the look of the Revolt, but 19lbs with carbon wheels and no pedals sure seems kind of heavy. I'm currently riding a 2015 GT Grade Ultegra that tips the scale at 19lbs with Candy 3 pedals, Grail/DT240 wheels and bottle cages. Wish you could buy just the frame/seatpost as I'd love just swap everything from my bike over... maybe add the RX800 rear mech. Anyone that rides the Revolt been on a Grade? I love the Grade, but I'd love the extra tire clearance (I can only go to 37mm and still have decent mud clearance) and any more vertical compliance it might have would be welcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlipperyToad View Post
    Love the look of the Revolt, but 19lbs with carbon wheels and no pedals sure seems kind of heavy. I'm currently riding a 2015 GT Grade Ultegra that tips the scale at 19lbs with Candy 3 pedals, Grail/DT240 wheels and bottle cages. Wish you could buy just the frame/seatpost as I'd love just swap everything from my bike over... maybe add the RX800 rear mech. Anyone that rides the Revolt been on a Grade? I love the Grade, but I'd love the extra tire clearance (I can only go to 37mm and still have decent mud clearance) and any more vertical compliance it might have would be welcome.
    I honestly don't have a good comparison, my first bike was an all aluminum giant defy. Going from a complete aluminum bike to a full carbon bike was huge for me in every aspect. I have never weighed my 2014 Roubaix advanced size 49, but the spec sheet has it roughly at 18lbs. In that regard I don't really expect to feel much a difference. I am hoping to feel a more comfortable ride quality in general, better response from the carbon rims, and more compliance through the bigger tires. I will probably be 70/30 road/gravel riding. But to be fair, my local roads are pretty bad, and that's a bigger driver for me getting the bike than actual gravel riding.

    I will try to post a good comparison when I actually have a few rides in and can give an apples to apples comparison.

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    Hello everyone, I have a Revolt Advanced 0 inbound now and should take delivery mid next week. I already have carbon wheels so I'm parting with the stock carbon wheels. If anyone is interested drop me a PM. Wheels, tires, and cassette for $575.00

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    I'm not sure what the Conduct brakes weight but I can tell you the apparatus is pretty large.

    Which brings me to today's issue, after removing the Conduct brakes the mounts on the frame do not line up with my new Ultegra hydraulic brakes. The mounts on the fork are ok, but the mounts on the chainstay are too close together.

    One note of good news, I received my new wheels. I went with Hunt's Four Season Gravel wheelset. Ordered them Monday and they arrived this afternoon. Not bad considering they were mailed out of the UK. They are well built and pretty darn light (according to Hunt and Giant, they should weight in less than Giant's carbon wheelset).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Goat View Post
    I'm not sure what the Conduct brakes weight but I can tell you the apparatus is pretty large.

    Which brings me to today's issue, after removing the Conduct brakes the mounts on the frame do not line up with my new Ultegra hydraulic brakes. The mounts on the fork are ok, but the mounts on the chainstay are too close together.

    One note of good news, I received my new wheels. I went with Hunt's Four Season Gravel wheelset. Ordered them Monday and they arrived this afternoon. Not bad considering they were mailed out of the UK. They are well built and pretty darn light (according to Hunt and Giant, they should weight in less than Giant's carbon wheelset).
    And they are /tough/.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Goat View Post
    I'm not sure what the Conduct brakes weight but I can tell you the apparatus is pretty large.

    Which brings me to today's issue, after removing the Conduct brakes the mounts on the frame do not line up with my new Ultegra hydraulic brakes. The mounts on the fork are ok, but the mounts on the chainstay are too close together.

    One note of good news, I received my new wheels. I went with Hunt's Four Season Gravel wheelset. Ordered them Monday and they arrived this afternoon. Not bad considering they were mailed out of the UK. They are well built and pretty darn light (according to Hunt and Giant, they should weight in less than Giant's carbon wheelset).
    Probably flat mounts on the frame, you can get an adapter for flat to post mount to fit your calipers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Goat View Post
    I'm not sure what the Conduct brakes weight but I can tell you the apparatus is pretty large.

    Which brings me to today's issue, after removing the Conduct brakes the mounts on the frame do not line up with my new Ultegra hydraulic brakes. The mounts on the fork are ok, but the mounts on the chainstay are too close together.

    One note of good news, I received my new wheels. I went with Hunt's Four Season Gravel wheelset. Ordered them Monday and they arrived this afternoon. Not bad considering they were mailed out of the UK. They are well built and pretty darn light (according to Hunt and Giant, they should weight in less than Giant's carbon wheelset).
    SPeed Goat --- quick question for ya... when you removed the conduct brake system, is there a normal front stem clamp hidden under all that mess, or did you need to source another one? I can't tell from pictures if the conduct system IS the clamp, or bolts to the stem IN ADDITION to the clamp. THanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlipperyToad View Post
    Probably flat mounts on the frame, you can get an adapter for flat to post mount to fit your calipers.
    Being that the Revolt Advanced 0 comes with Ultegra calipers and its the same frame, I would think this is the case, or I should say hope, since I plan on doing the same thing.

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    Just checked the website... it's a flat mount frame and the fork says it's flat mount too. I don't have any experience with flat mount calipers, but you could run into clearance problems with a post mount caliper/adapter in the back... the triangle looks pretty tight. Worst case you shell out $100-150 for new flat mount calipers. Can probably recoup almost all of it selling the post mount calipers on ebay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a a r o n View Post
    SPeed Goat --- quick question for ya... when you removed the conduct brake system, is there a normal front stem clamp hidden under all that mess, or did you need to source another one? I can't tell from pictures if the conduct system IS the clamp, or bolts to the stem IN ADDITION to the clamp. THanks!

    from best I can tell from this guys video, https://youtu.be/_nUefo0zUZI , he used the stock stem after he replaced his bar and conduct system.

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    Got to put a few cold miles on the bike today! Rides like a dream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a a r o n View Post
    SPeed Goat --- quick question for ya... when you removed the conduct brake system, is there a normal front stem clamp hidden under all that mess, or did you need to source another one? I can't tell from pictures if the conduct system IS the clamp, or bolts to the stem IN ADDITION to the clamp. THanks!
    a a r o n, the Conduct brake system is all contained in the stem's face plate and Giant sends a normal one too. I am not planning on sticking with Giant's stem, but it is nice to have a "normal" one while I'm deciding!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlipperyToad View Post
    Just checked the website... it's a flat mount frame and the fork says it's flat mount too. I don't have any experience with flat mount calipers, but you could run into clearance problems with a post mount caliper/adapter in the back... the triangle looks pretty tight. Worst case you shell out $100-150 for new flat mount calipers. Can probably recoup almost all of it selling the post mount calipers on ebay.
    My new brakes are flat mount too, which makes this so weird. I am working on a solution and will get back with you guys when I figure it out.

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    The Conduct system is an interesting concept, might be one of those things we look back on in a few years that were interesting ideas that just did not apply well.

    Maybe conduct would work for people who want inline levers. I heard Hope has prototype hydraulic inlines out in the world. They look heavy.

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    The Conduct system is an interesting concept, might be one of those things we look back on in a few years that were interesting ideas that just did not apply well.

    Maybe conduct would work for people who want inline levers. I heard Hope has prototype hydraulic inlines out in the world. They look heavy.
    I think itís a pretty good idea, and for what it is, well executed. But itís definitely geared towards a non performance oriented, budget minded rider.

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    Fair point. It is cool, but bulky - and heay-er.

    I wouldnít mind getting a look at the internals of that unit honestly.

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    It's a cool looking idea; basically the same as the TRP HY/RD except for the master cylinders are connected to the caliper by brake hose. The benefit should be less mush at the lever due to cable/housing stretch because you reduce the length of cable. The price of hydraulic brifters from SRAM and Shimano will come down eventually, and half-fixes like this and the HY/RD will be quirky items of the past.

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    the Revolt is a good looking bike!

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    Haven't seen the weight of the 0 or 2. Anyone have them? Weight not driving factor for a gravel bike but it is a factor.

    Also would interested is weight of 2s calipers and master cylinder. Also the 0s wheelset.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HEMIjer View Post
    Haven't seen the weight of the 0 or 2. Anyone have them? Weight not driving factor for a gravel bike but it is a factor.
    I haven't gotten mine yet, but in his first look video, Clint Gibbs says his medium 0 came in at 20.6 with pedals, cages, and some other bits. That's pretty dang light for a disc brake bike with mounts for fenders, etc.

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    My medium 2019 Revolt 0 is at 20.1 lb including a pair of Candy 7 pedals (0.71 lb), a pair of bottle cages (a few grams), and 4oz of tire sealant.

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    I was looking at the Revolt Advance 1 just now on the Giant web site. Does anyone know if the wheels/tires that come with this bike are tubeless ready?

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    I believe they are set up tubless on the bike.

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    All wheels and tires on the Revolts are tubeless ready. The bikes don't even ship to the shop with tubes....only two small bottles of sealant.

    Stepping back to the conduct brake system for a minute--- Interesting idea, but kind of a bummer honestly. I removed them from my Revolt 1 the very first day. They're VERY heavy. I didn't have the foresight to weigh them, but my first thought with them in hand was "wow - these are boat anchors". They're not worth much. I sold them on FB for $35 and they sold quickly but it wasn't overwhelming interest.

    They didn't work that well either. They have a consistent feel, and are probbaly reliable, but the feel at the lever and on the bike would make me suggest that giant stick with a cable actuated brake instead. Many of the cable actuated brakes I've tried have felt just as good or better than the conduct system. And this would probably allow them to lower the price on the bike a bit and keep things simpler.

    I've got 100 miles or so on my Revolt 2 now. Great bike so far.

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    My xs revolt 0 is almost ready. I asked for orange seal in the tires and they wonít have it for two days. Which is great for me because I work the next two days.

    They are going to go over it with a fine tooth comb and then on Friday I get to do my sizing and take it home! Iím so damn excited.


    The owner threw it on the scale out of curiosity, and itís exactly 19lbs with no cages or pedals.
    How tall are you?

    Thinking about getting one for my girlfriend. She's 5'4. I'd imagine it'd be fine, or at least close enough to play with stem lengths and seat setback.

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    Well apparently everyone who purchased a new Revolt 2 decided to upgrade the brakes because I still have not received the adapter I need to mount the Ultegra rear brake caliper. Back order stinks!

    Unfortunately I have had a lot of time on my hands to sniff around the internet and ended up picking up a set of FSA carbon cranks and a new bottom bracket.

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    Hello, how are the new owners liking the ride of the new carbon frames?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HEMIjer View Post
    Haven't seen the weight of the 0 or 2. Anyone have them? Weight not driving factor for a gravel bike but it is a factor.

    Also would interested is weight of 2s calipers and master cylinder. Also the 0s wheelset.
    So my Revolt 2 that has a few upgrades (FSA carbon cranks, Ultegra hydraulic brakes/shifters/F & R derailleurs and Hunt Four Season Gravel wheelset (with Ultegra cassette) is right at 20 pounds with two water bottle cages, Shimano XT pedals and 4 oz of sealant in each wheel.

    The handle bar I took off with shifters and master cylinder attached (no stem or calipers or fluid) weighs in at 2 pounds. That thing is heavy!

    On another note, the difference between Giant's P-X2 wheelset and my Hunt Four Season Gravel wheelset is 13 ounces. I shaved off some significant weight swapping wheelsets!

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    Thanks for replies. Got to ride a 2 today and it was the ticket geo seemed spot on. I ordered a 0 now will be a waiting game, giant currently advertising up to 3 month wait. The old cx bike should hold on that long hopefully.

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    650b baby! I was road+ curious.

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    Thatís the first one Iíve seen with 650bís. Cool.

    What size tire are you running, and how much clearance do you have left?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisInYpsi View Post
    Thatís the first one Iíve seen with 650bís. Cool.

    What size tire are you running, and how much clearance do you have left?
    47mm WTB Horizons on MasonxHunt 4Season wheelset. Plenty of clearance left. I've also test fit a Panaracer GravelKing 1.9"/WTB i24 combo on an Advanced 0 with very little clearance for mud.

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    Hi, does anyone know the weight of a stock 2019 Giant Revolt Advanced 2? Many thanks!!
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    Just need some cables and hoses hooked up and this baby is ready for a ride! (Maybe my Salsa corktape too...)
    Congrats! Nice bike.
    I like that color. I think I would do like you did: buy the Revolt 2 and upgrade it the way I want it, including going 1X. I donít like the color of the Revolt 1.
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    Has anyone installed full coverage fenders (mud flaps) on a Revolt Advanced? Brand/model?

    I tried to install the fenders Iíve used on my other bikes but I couldnít use them due to lack of traditional mounting points. Iíll need to buy a new set and would appreciate hearing from anyone who has already found something theyíre happy with.

    Thanks.

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    Quick question for anyone with a Revolt 2...did the bike come with 6 bolt or center lock discs stock? Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisInYpsi View Post
    Has anyone installed full coverage fenders (mud flaps) on a Revolt Advanced? Brand/model?

    I tried to install the fenders Iíve used on my other bikes but I couldnít use them due to lack of traditional mounting points. Iíll need to buy a new set and would appreciate hearing from anyone who has already found something theyíre happy with.

    Thanks.
    I think Giant has some silly specific ones. The front seems fine but the rear doesn't go down to the bottom bracket. I believe there's a Youtube video on it.
    You change your own flats? Support your LBS and pay them to instead.

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    I got a 0 today. Looking forward to riding/training on this bike...

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    Had my Revolt 2 for a few months. Love it 👍. I was sold on the colour most of all (orange).
    The mech-hydro brake set up was rubbish. Squishy as.
    I've converted it to a flatbar with 105 hydraulics. Easy conversion as I had the parts.
    I would have liked to have kept the DFuse dropbars but didn't have the spare gear to swap out the brakes etc.
    One day may well put the drops back on with an electric shift set up.

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    Are the hubs on your 2 6 bolt, or centerlock?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    Are the hubs on your 2 6 bolt, or centerlock?
    Forgive me, I have no idea what you're asking sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    Are the hubs on your 2 6 bolt, or centerlock?
    They are centerlock.

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    Anyone know the weight and internal width of the carbon wheels that come on the Revolt 0?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCoz View Post
    Had my Revolt 2 for a few months. Love it 👍. I was sold on the colour most of all (orange).
    The mech-hydro brake set up was rubbish. Squishy as.
    I've converted it to a flatbar with 105 hydraulics. Easy conversion as I had the parts.
    I would have liked to have kept the DFuse dropbars but didn't have the spare gear to swap out the brakes etc.
    One day may well put the drops back on with an electric shift set up.
    Do you have a pic of this?

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    Do you have a pic of this?
    Sure, just couldn't work out how upload one.

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    Should be on the Giant site as a stand alone product.

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    How much would it cost to upgrade the conduct brakes to full hydraulic? My LBS said it'd be ~$1000 since the shifters would need to be replaced along with new calipers, is that accurate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgriff View Post
    How much would it cost to upgrade the conduct brakes to full hydraulic? My LBS said it'd be ~$1000 since the shifters would need to be replaced along with new calipers, is that accurate?
    Accurate. You can DIY it yourself getting shimano rs-505 shifters and calipers. The shimano rs505 series is about as cheap as you can get for hydro's although they are known to have pretty loathed ergonomics. You can scoop these up on fleabay for about 250-300 depending on the deal.

    To get anything that's full retail, installed, parts and labor from your lbs, you're going to pay around 700-1000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgriff View Post
    How much would it cost to upgrade the conduct brakes to full hydraulic? My LBS said it'd be ~$1000 since the shifters would need to be replaced along with new calipers, is that accurate?
    The shifters/brakes themselves cost about $630 ( search st-r7020 for the new 105) and shouldn't require any other parts but maybe a few hydraulic cable fittings. It's a good amount of labor though, cutting and running cables/hose, adjusting the shifting, and wrapping the bars. If they are building up a new bike it should be less though with the only difference being the cables and housing.

    So is there really no mount near the BB for a fender? I forgot to look the last time I saw one in a shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TieOneOn View Post
    Anyone know the weight and internal width of the carbon wheels that come on the Revolt 0?
    21mm internal width and 1630g for the pair. This is off the Giant site.

    All I know, is that I'm 250lbs. and send it down singletrack and the wheels do not budge. Impressive...
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