EVOLUTION OF GRAVEL
Nearly a decade ago, Giant introduced a wild looking bike called the Revolt. At the time, gravel riding as a category was a little-known subset. Serious gravel riders of that era had to be creative with their bike and gear choices, typically choosing a cyclocross bike or road bike and modifying it to handle long rides on mixed terrain.
In 2013, along came the Revolt. With its sloping top tube, radically dropped seatstays, disc brakes, and slim carbon seatpost allowing for some flex, it was a progressive idea. Some of the Revolt’s original design concepts influenced the bikes that followed, upping the capabilities for riders looking to push their limits on variable terrain.
Giant pro gravel racers now rely on their Revolt race bikes at popular and fast-growing gravel events that regularly sell out and draw WorldTour pros. That demand for a competitive edge at the races, combined with a need for wide-ranging capabilities, led to the creation of the all-new Revolt Advanced Pro and Revolt Advanced.
Whether you’re aiming for the podium, attempting your first 100-miler on variable terrain, or planning a multi-day trek across roads, gravel and dirt, this new Revolt gives you the lightweight efficiency, smooth compliance, and adaptability to make the most of your adventures.