Giant REIGN ADVANCED PRO 1 Review

Giant REIGN ADVANCED PRO 1 Review

Giant REIGN ADVANCED PRO 1 Review

Price: 6999 €
category: Enduro
Frame Material: Carbon
Wheel Size: 29"
Travel Front: 170 mm
Travel Rear: 160 mm
Model Year: 2023
  • storage compartment in down tube
  • Maestro rear triangle
  • flip chip for geo adjustment
  • well protected down tube
  • one of the best bikes in this price range
  • definately shredable in the downhill
  • 25 years warranty
fun to ride in
easy terrain extreme terrain
seating position
upright efficient
handling
playful easy calm
framesize runs
small big

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Geometry

Je steiler der Winkel des Sitzrohrs ist, desto effizienter können Sie in die Pedale treten.

SIZE XXS XS S M L XL XXL
Sizing of Manufacturer
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S
M
L
XL
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Wheelsize
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29
29
29
29
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Stack
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627
632
641
645
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Reach
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-
426
456
476
506
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Top Tube Length
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556
587
620
652
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Seat Tube Length
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400
425
450
475
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Seat Tube Angle
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78,3
78,3
78,3
78,3
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Head Tube Length
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100
105
115
120
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Head Tube Angle
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63,5
63,5
63,5
63,5
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Bottom Bracket Drop
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35
35
35
35
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Bottom Bracket Height (absolut)
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-
-
-
-
-
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Chainstay Length
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445
445
445
445
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Wheelbase
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-
1214
1246
1271
1304
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Standover Height
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-
723
743
756
771
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Specification
  • Frame Reign Carbon
  • Frame Material Carbon
  • Fork Fox 38 Performance Elite, 170mm, GRIP 2 damper, 15x110 Kabolt X, 44mm offset, custom tuned for Giant
  • Spring Unit air
  • Remote-Lockout no
  • Damper Fox Float X2 Performance Elite, 205/62.5, custom tuned for Giant
  • Gearrange 520%
  • Drivetrain 1x12
  • Gear Lever SRAM GX Eagle, 1x12
  • Rear Derailleur SRAM GX Eagle
  • Crank SRAM GX, DUB, 32t, 55mm chainline S:165mm, M:170mm, L:170mm, XL:170mm
  • Cassette SRAM GX XG-1275 Eagle, 10x52
  • Chain SRAM GX Eagle
  • Brake Set Shimano SLX M7120, hydraulic, Shimano RT-66 rotors [F]220mm, [R]200mm
  • Brake Rotors 220/200
  • Wheel Set Giant TRX 2 29 Carbon WheelSystem, 30mm inner width
  • Tires Front [F] Maxxis Assegai 29x2.5 WT, 3C MaxxTerra, EXO+, TR
  • Tires Rear Maxxis Minion DHR II 29x2.4 WT, 3C MaxxTerra, DD, TR tubeless
  • Saddle Giant Romero SL
  • Seat Post TranzX travel-adjustable dropper, remote S: 120-150mm travel / 30.9 x 459mm
  • Handle Bar Giant Contact SLR TR35, composite, 800x35mm, 20mm rise
  • Handle Bar Width 800

Expirience with the Giant REIGN ADVANCED PRO 1

Giant REIGN ADVANCED PRO 1 Review The Reign has always been an enduro classic and remains so in its latest edition. Especially the option of a mullet wheel setup and the storage compartment in the down tube show, however, that this classic can go with the times. When it gets rough, especially the proven Maestro rear triangle with its good function should provide peace in the rear. The flat 63,5 degree head tube angle of the Giant REIGN ADVANCED PRO 1 gives the rider lots of confidence in challenging terrain. The seating position can be described neither as sporty nor as comfortable. It has a moderate character. All in all, in the on extremely technical trails category, you will hardly find a better overall package from parts and geometry. With 25 years warranty, nothing stands in the way of a long-term relationship.

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