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GIANT Revolt Advanced 0 gravel bike on test

GIANT Revolt Advanced 0 gravel bike on test

Thanks to a flip-chip in the dropouts, the wheelbase of the GIANT Revolt Advanced 0 can be adjusted by one centimetre. This affects both the…

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Thanks to a flip-chip in the dropouts, the wheelbase of the GIANT Revolt Advanced 0 can be adjusted by one centimetre. This affects both the handling and tire clearance. Is this and the mechanical 2×11 Shimano drivetrain enough to make this bike a great all-rounder?

For an overview of the test fleet head to the group test: The best gravel bike 2022 – 19 models on test GIANT Revolt Advanced 0 | 8.76 kg in size ML | Manufacturer’s website The design of the GIANT Revolt Advanced 0 is anything but ordinary. With its low-slung seat stays and slightly curved top tube, the bike’s looks are sure to divide opinions. While its looks are a matter of taste, there are details below the surface that are less divisive, making a positive impression throughout. For example, the GIANT has a whole host of additional mounting points – on the fork, on the top tube and under the down tube. In addition, you also have the option of fitting a 30.9 mm dropper post. Annoyingly, if you choose to ride the GIANT Revolt Advanced 0 with the standard D-shaped seat post, you’ll need to use an adapter. It can easily slide up and fall out when adjusting the saddle height or fall into the frame when removing the seat post completely. In addition, the seat post clamp needs a lot of torque to keep the seat post in place. Annoying
The seat post keeps slipping despite tightening it to the correct […]

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