Smooth roads, rough roads, rain or shine. With the versatile Anyroad 1, you can just hop on and go. This go-anywhere bike makes it easy to conquer new roads, paths and trails. The lightweight yet durable ALUXX aluminum frame has a taller headtube and increased stand-over clearance, putting the rider in a comfortable, confident position for smooth handling in variable terrain. Its wide range of gears, ergonomically shaped handlebars and smooth, powerful disc brakes give you the freedom to extend the adventure and explore new routes.
|Fork||Composite, with alloy steerer|
|Rims||Giant SX-2 Disc|
|Hubs||Giant Sport Tracker Disc, 32h|
|Spokes||Stainless Steel, 14g|
|Tires||Giant P-SLX2, 700x32, Puncture Protect, Foldable|
|Bottom Bracket||Shimano, Threaded|
|Front Derailleur||Shimano Tiagra|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano Tiagra|
|Rear Cog(s)||Shimano Tiagra 11x34, 10-speed|
|Handlebars||Giant Connect XR Ergo-Control, 31.8mm|
|Brake Levers||Shimano Tiagra|
|Brakes||TRP Spyre mechanical disc, 160mm|
|Saddle||Giant Contact Neutral|
|Seat Post||Giant D-Fuse, composite|
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Exactly the bike I was looking for....drop bars, disc brakes, with some added braun and brute strength. The bike is relatively heavy compared to my full carbon roadie. The extra beef adds piece of mind for heavier riders. The bike handles really well on corners, curb hops and very light gravel. 3/4" packed gravel ok. Loose 3/4" gravel is trouble.
Selected the Giant Anyroad 1 after trying out a bunch of Cyclocross bikes primarily for fitness cross-training. The geometry, components and stock tire/wheel set up make for a very quick, nimble, relatively light weight road/gravel/light trail bike for the novice or weekend warrior type. Notably, the finish on the frame is really nice with smooth welds which make it look like a carbon bike. It comes in a flat grey/black tones with tasteful royal blue accents and handle bar tape. The bike feels great on the road and feels very capable and solid. I'm very happy I picked this bike.