2022 Giant Revolt Advanced

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OnTheRivet
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by OnTheRivet

warthog101 wrote:
Tue Nov 16, 2021 11:00 pm
OnTheRivet wrote:
morganb wrote:
Fri Nov 05, 2021 12:49 pm
Was hoping for a bit more reach, or a longer reach to stack ratio. Hopefully local shop gets a few in and I can take for a spin. The XS is probably the closest to how I would want it to fit looking just at those numbers, which is wild because I ride a large mountain bike.
Odd, I ride a 55 road frame and Medium or Large mtb (depending on manufacturer) and fit perfectly on the 2021 Medium Revolt.
I ride a M/L TCR with a 120mm stem. 184cm tall.
Was going to get a M/L Revolt.
I was advised to get a L. Glad I did.
Would have been too much "d fuse" seat post extension on the smaller frame. Would have been bouncing all over the shop.
Funny, at 64kg I wanted as much post exposed as possible to get some cushion. I've owned a lot of bikes over the years, my Giant is one of the better purchases I've made.

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warthog101
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by warthog101

Yeah really happy with mine too.
So great to be on new routes and away from cars and far quit drivers looking at their phones instead of where they are going.

I am a comparative lard arse at 76kg. I can feel the post flex as it is, don't need more post out.
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wahla21
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by wahla21

warthog101 wrote:
Wed Nov 17, 2021 6:03 am
Yeah really happy with mine too.
So great to be on new routes and away from cars and far quit drivers looking at their phones instead of where they are going.

I am a comparative lard arse at 76kg. I can feel the post flex as it is, don't need more post out.
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Really nice! What size is that?
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warthog101
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by warthog101

wahla21 wrote:
warthog101 wrote:
Wed Nov 17, 2021 6:03 am
Yeah really happy with mine too.
So great to be on new routes and away from cars and far quit drivers looking at their phones instead of where they are going.

I am a comparative lard arse at 76kg. I can feel the post flex as it is, don't need more post out.
Image
Really nice! What size is that?
Thanks Image
I like the paint colour. Will eventually get some better wheels, but that's about it.
It's a large.
I run a M/L TCR but was advised by my mate to get a L in the Revolt.
Fits well.

wahla21
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by wahla21

warthog101 wrote:
Tue Nov 23, 2021 10:46 pm
wahla21 wrote:
warthog101 wrote:
Wed Nov 17, 2021 6:03 am
Yeah really happy with mine too.
So great to be on new routes and away from cars and far quit drivers looking at their phones instead of where they are going.

I am a comparative lard arse at 76kg. I can feel the post flex as it is, don't need more post out.
Image
Really nice! What size is that?
Thanks Image
I like the paint colour. Will eventually get some better wheels, but that's about it.
It's a large.
I run a M/L TCR but was advised by my mate to get a L in the Revolt.
Fits well.
I had a TCR in XL and I don't know if I'll fit on a XL Revolt! Im 6.5 (195cm).
Really want a Revolt but no dealers here in Sweden have any to try for size and no clue when the 2022 models will arrive!
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sonic00
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by sonic00

I asked for the Advanced Pro 0 in two stores in Germany -> no delivery in 2022...crazy!

warthog101
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by warthog101


wahla21 wrote:
I had a TCR in XL and I don't know if I'll fit on a XL Revolt! Im 6.5 (195cm).
Really want a Revolt but no dealers here in Sweden have any to try for size and no clue when the 2022 models will arrive!
I am just over 6' (184cm)
A taller rider will still fit the bike, so you may be ok on an XL.
Hopefully the '22 comes in soon to try.

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by bedampft

OnTheRivet wrote:
Sat Nov 13, 2021 5:18 pm
damond wrote:
Thu Nov 11, 2021 11:28 am
The frame is the same! The difference is the fork layup (ADV SL on the PRO) and the Advanced Pro comes with a D-Fuse SLR seatpost.
Actually glad I got the 2021, not a fan of the multiple bolt mounts on the new fork.
Funny, thats the only thing missing for me on the MY20/21 bikes.
But then again, for myself, the new geo works better too.
dzl wrote:
Tue Nov 16, 2021 9:11 pm
I'm in the US, and my LBS inquired with the regional Giant rep regarding an XS Advanced 0 for my wife. Estimated delivery date: December 2022.

So they will have already rolled into the 2023 model year before some 2022's are available. :faint:

I mean, why even pretend? They should have just pre-announced these as early 2023's with limited availability instead.
There will be no 2023 model. With the new bikes for 2022 they stop selling bikes with the stupid "model year" label. From now on all new bikes and colors will be realeased whenever they're ready.
sonic00 wrote:
Thu Nov 25, 2021 10:11 am
I asked for the Advanced Pro 0 in two stores in Germany -> no delivery in 2022...crazy!
We still got a pandemic on our hands. All new Revolt's I get are coming between week 1/23 and 14/23. Ordered them last August.

wahla21
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by wahla21

bedampft wrote:
Wed Dec 01, 2021 11:25 pm
OnTheRivet wrote:
Sat Nov 13, 2021 5:18 pm
damond wrote:
Thu Nov 11, 2021 11:28 am
The frame is the same! The difference is the fork layup (ADV SL on the PRO) and the Advanced Pro comes with a D-Fuse SLR seatpost.
Actually glad I got the 2021, not a fan of the multiple bolt mounts on the new fork.
Funny, thats the only thing missing for me on the MY20/21 bikes.
But then again, for myself, the new geo works better too.
dzl wrote:
Tue Nov 16, 2021 9:11 pm
I'm in the US, and my LBS inquired with the regional Giant rep regarding an XS Advanced 0 for my wife. Estimated delivery date: December 2022.

So they will have already rolled into the 2023 model year before some 2022's are available. :faint:

I mean, why even pretend? They should have just pre-announced these as early 2023's with limited availability instead.
There will be no 2023 model. With the new bikes for 2022 they stop selling bikes with the stupid "model year" label. From now on all new bikes and colors will be realeased whenever they're ready.
sonic00 wrote:
Thu Nov 25, 2021 10:11 am
I asked for the Advanced Pro 0 in two stores in Germany -> no delivery in 2022...crazy!
We still got a pandemic on our hands. All new Revolt's I get are coming between week 1/23 and 14/23. Ordered them last August.
I enquired with some UK sellers and they expected an announcement in the coming weeks for dates but were hopeful of stock coming January/Feb 22
But maybe they were just optimistic...
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bedampft
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by bedampft

They are. UK has the same access to stock as the rest of the EU.

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