The Gravel Crusher

Why the Revolt?

Nearly a decade ago, Giant introduced a strikingly designed bike known as the Revolt. At that time, gravel riding was a relatively obscure category. Serious gravel enthusiasts had to improvise with their bike and equipment choices, often opting for cyclocross or road bikes and modifying them to tackle long rides on diverse terrain.

In 2013, the Revolt emerged, featuring a sloping top tube, dramatically dropped seatstays, disc brakes, and a slender carbon seatpost designed to offer some flex. It represented a forward-thinking concept. Some of the original design elements of the Revolt influenced subsequent bikes, enhancing the capabilities for riders seeking to push their boundaries on various terrains.

Today, Giant's professional gravel racers depend on their Revolt race bikes at popular gravel events, which consistently sell out and attract WorldTour professionals. The demand for a competitive advantage at these races, coupled with the necessity for versatile capabilities, spurred the development of the all-new Revolt Advanced Pro and Revolt Advanced models.

Whether you're vying for the podium, embarking on your first 100-mile journey across diverse terrain, or planning a multi-day excursion traversing roads, gravel, and dirt, this new Revolt offers you lightweight efficiency, smooth compliance, and adaptability to maximize your adventures.

Technical Details

Advanced composite frame and fork save more than 160g compared to the previous model. Updated geometry includes a lower bottom bracket, longer reach and steeper head tube angle for improved acceleration and climbing.

  • Fast and Light
  • Tuned compliance
  • Adaptable to the terrain


A | Stack 573 587 601 615 629
B | Reach 380 375 381 387 397
C | Head Tube Angle 71.0° 71.0° 71.0° 71.0° 71.0°
D | Bottom Bracket Drop 85 85 85 85 85
E | Wheelbase 1049 1049 1059 1070 1085
F | Chainstay Length 455 455 455 455 455
G | Head Tube Length 135 150 165 180 195
H | Top Tube Length 555 555 565 575 590
I | Seat Tube Angle 73.5° 73.0° 73.0° 73.0° 73.0°
J | Standover Height 742 747 798 810 830

Frame Sizing

The sizing chart is a great place to start when picking your next bike but everyone will fit a bike a bit differently. Your torso, arm, and leg lengths all play into what size of bike you may need. Plus, there's your own personal preference.

We always recommend swinging by the shop and taking the bike that you're looking for a spin to see how it feels. If you're unable to come by, looking at the geometry of your current bike and comparing it is a good place to start. If you have any further questions, our customer service team is there to help.

Size Height
XS 155 - 166cm
S 159 - 171cm
M 169 - 181cm
ML 174 - 186cm
L 179 - 191cm
XL 189 - 200cm