2021 Giant Revolt Advanced Pro 0

A carbon frame gravel bike with ultra high-end components and hydraulic disc brakes, priced at the high end of the Revolt model range. Compare the full range

2021 Giant Revolt Advanced Pro 0
MSRP$6,200
Weight18.3 lbs
SuspensionRigid
FrameCarbon
ForkCarbon
Wheels700c Carbon
Tires40c
Tire Clearance45c
Drivetrain2 × 12 Electronic
GroupsetForce eTap

BrakesHydraulic Disc
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Gearing

2 × 12 — 24 speed

Revolt Advanced Pro 0

37 mph

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36 mph

The Revolt Advanced Pro 0 is easier to ride up hills than similar bikes.

The Revolt Advanced Pro 0 is geared about the same as similar bikes for riding downhill.


Estimated Spec Level

Based on build material and quality level of the frame, fork, wheelset, groupset, suspension system, and more. Learn more

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Cyclist
Giant Revolt Advanced Pro 1 review

Matthew Loveridge

Do-everything gravel bike isn't even slightly revolting

  • Fabulous ride
  • Versatility
  • Mounts for everything
  • Big clearances
  • Tyres are unsuitable for loose surfaces or wet conditions
  • Annoying freehub sound

July 2022Read Full Review 

Gran Fondo
GIANT Revolt Advanced 0 gravel bike on test

Tobias Hörsch

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 handling and tire clearance. A direct comparison with 18 of the best gravel bikes of the year shows whether this and the mechanical 2x11 Shimano drivetrain make the bike good enough all-round to beat the competition.

  • Predictable handling
  • You can tune the handling by adjusting the flip-chip
  • Plenty of mounting points
  • Dropper post compatible
  • Operation of the seat post clamp
  • Handlebar isn’t flared and the drops are too short

May 2022Read Full Review 

Road Bike Action
2022 GIANT REVOLT ADVANCED PRO 0 BIKE TEST - Road Bike Action

RBA Staff

A “CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE” GRAVEL BIKE

March 2022Read Full Review 

Outdoor Gear Lab
Giant Revolt Advanced 3

Jeremy Benson

In the cycling world, Giant is synonymous with value, and that is evident in their very reasonably priced Revolt Advanced 3 gravel bike. This complete...

  • Inexpensive for carbon
  • Compliant seat post and handlebar
  • 2x drivetrain
  • Non-aggressive tires
  • Quirky geometry

January 2022Read Full Review 

BikeRadar
Giant Revolt Advanced Pro 0 review

Warren Rossiter

The new Revolt is all about evolution not revolution, and that is a wholly good thing

  • Superb comfort
  • Quicker, racier handling
  • GRX braking
  • Lightweight wheels
  • Builds on what made the original Revolt a winner
  • Tyres aren’t suited to wet and/or muddy conditions
  • Di2 wiring woes
  • Won’t be a radical enough change from the previous model for some

November 2021Read Full Review 

Canadian Cycling Magazine
Review: Giant Revolt Advanced 0

Matthew Pioro

Explore far from home or the corners of your own neighbourhood

December 2020Read Full Review 

off.road.cc
Giant Revolt 1 2020 review

The Giant Revolt 1 is a decent gravel and adventure bike at a respectable price. If you can cope with the odd looks and adequate performance of Giant's unique Conduct braking system, you’re rewarded with a quality alloy frame, a carbon fork, and plenty of scope for adventures.​ 2020 Giant Revolt Advanced 2 review Giant Trance 29 3 review Buyer's guide to gravel & adventure bikes - everything you need to know The Revolt 1, like its alloy brothers the Revolt 0 and the Revolt 2, is an all-rounder, a versatile design for those who commute, road ride and go on gravel adventures.

February 2020Read Full Review 

road.cc
Giant Revolt Advanced 2 2020

Stu Kerton

Properly fast gravel racer that blends stiffness and comfort very well

  • Fun and exciting ride
  • Works well on the road too
  • Frame-specific seatpost means you can't change it

January 2020Read Full Review 


Geometry

Sizing
XS

5'1" – 5'6"

SM

5'2" – 5'8"

MD

5'6" – 6'0"

MD/LG

5'8" – 6'2"

LG

5'10" – 6'4"

XL

6'2" – 6'7"


Specs
Build
Frame

Advanced-Grade Composite, rack mount, disc

Tire Clearance45c

ColorCosmos Navy

Fork

Advanced-Grade Composite, full-composite OverDrive steerer, rack mount, disc

Rear Shock

N/A

Bottom Bracket

SRAM DUB, press fit

Stem

Giant Contact

Handlebar

Giant Contact SLR XR D-Fuse, composite

Saddle

Giant Approach, UniClip accessory mount

Seatpost

Giant D-Fuse SLR, composite

Pedals

N/A

Groupset
Rear Derailleur

SRAM Force eTap AXS

Front Derailleur

SRAM Force eTap AXS

Crank

SRAM Force D1 DUB, 30/43

Shifters

SRAM Force eTap AXS

Cassette

SRAM Force, 12-speed, 10x36

Chain

SRAM Force D1, 12-speed

Brakes

SRAM Force eTap AXS hydraulic, 160 mm

Brake Levers

SRAM Force eTap AXS hydraulic

Wheels
Rims

Giant CXR-2 Carbon Disc WheelSystem, 35mm

Spokes

Giant CXR-2 WheelSystem, DBL technology

Front Hub

Giant CXR-2 Disc WheelSystem, 12mm thru-axle

Rear Hub

Giant CXR-2 Disc WheelSystem, 12mm thru-axle

Tires

Maxxis Velocita, tubeless, 700x40c

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