An aluminum frame gravel bike with upper mid-range components and hydraulic disc brakes. Compare the full range
2 × 10 — 20 speed
ToughRoad, SLR 1
The ToughRoad, SLR 1 is easier to ride up hills than similar bikes.
The ToughRoad, SLR 1 won‘t keep up with similar bikes while riding downhill or sprinting.
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Great long-distance comfort and load-carrying capacity, very good quality gears and brakes, and comprehensive kit
Comprehensively kitted out for touring or heavy day-to-day use
I'd like to have seen thru-axles
Aug 2021Read Review
Practical, versatile, fully equipped MTB-inspired all-roader that’s bags of fun to ride
Well-considered bang up to date and comprehensive kit, tubeless tyres, great range of gears and oodles of comfort
It’s not that light and 50mm tyres are never going to be that fast on the road
Aug 2019Read Review
5'2" – 5'8"
5'6" – 6'0"
5'10" – 6'4"
6'2" – 6'7"
ALUXX SLR-Grade Aluminum, disc
Color: Knight Shield
Advanced-Grade Composite, alloy OverDrive steerer, disc
Giant Contact, 8-degree S:60mm, M:70mm, L:80mm, XL:90mm
Giant Contact XC, 31.8mm S:64cm, M:68cm, L:68cm, XL:68cm
Giant D-Fuse, alloy, 350mm
Giant Connect Ergo
ProWheel RPP 521P, 32/44 with chainguard S:170mm, M:170mm, L:175mm, XL:175mm
Shimano Deore, 2x10
Shimano CS-M4100, 11x42
KMC X10 with Missing Link
Shimano BL-MT200 hydraulic, [F]160mm, [R]160mm rotors
Giant double wall aluminum
Giant Sycamore S, 700x50c, FlatGuard Deflect 2