Giant Revolt Advanced Pro 0 gravel bike review - top of its class

The feature-laden Giant Revolt came top in our gravel bike grouptest - here’s what sets it apart

Giant Revolt on a blue background
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Cycling Weekly Verdict

Whereas so many gravel bikes cater for one niche or another, the Giant Revolt manages to straddle a much wider section of the spectrum than most. Still, it’s not a jack of all trades and master of none; it goes toe-to-toe with the best on either end - even offering some unique features which really make it stand out from the crowd.

Reasons to buy
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    Benchmark setting bike

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Reasons to avoid
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    Stem length may not suit some riders

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The Revolt range is Giant’s family of gravel bikes. Starting at $1,350 / £1,199 for the alloy framed version, this is the range-topper carbon version. 

The Advanced Pro range tested here was developed to be more of a racer rather than a multi day tourer. It boasts an impressive weight of 8.27 kg (Size medium) and is said to be Giant’s most lightweight, compliant, responsive and efficient gravel bike yet. It has been developed in conjunction with top gravel racers to meet the demands of long and fast courses. 

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