Giant Anyroad 1 review

Marc Abbott Tuesday, December 11, 2018 - 14:14 Speedy on the road, but the Anyroad 1 is quite happy on rougher roads with occasional forays onto dirt or grass 4.2 / 5 £1,190 This review was first published in Issue 50 of BikesEtc magazine Giant has built a bike that claims to be able to take the rough with the smooth, widely extending the choice of road surface or terrain you can ride in comfort. It’s equipped with hydraulic disc brakes and a huge spread of gear ratios, too. Frameset The Anyroad’s frame is made from Giant’s ALUXX-grade aluminium, which employs single-butted tubing in an effort to mix strength with relatively light weight. Being single-butted means the tubes employed in the frameset are only thicker at one end, where strength is more important than weight (double-butted tubes are rolled at either end). While the bike itself isn’t remarkably light, the ...

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