Rough roads and dirt just got a lot more fun aboard Giant's Roam 2! Go farther with a light, responsive aluminum frame and the bump-absorbing suspension fork. No matter where you ride, the fast-rolling aluminum wheels with wide, grippy tires grant you peace of mind and traction over any surface. You'll also love the easy-pedaling Shimano 27-speed drivetrain, supportive seat, and powerful hydraulic disc brakes.
|Frame||Giant ALUXX aluminum|
|Fork||SR Suntour NEX HLO, 63mm-travel w/lockout|
|Tires||Giant S-RX4, 700 x 40c|
|Front Derailleur||Shimano Acera|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano Acera|
|Rear Cogs||Shimano HG200, 9-speed: 11-34|
|Handlebars||Giant Connect XC, low-rise|
|Brake Levers||Tektro Auriga, hydraulic|
|Brakes||Tektro Auriga, hydraulic disc, 160mm rotors|
* Subject to change without notice.
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I've ridden over 6,100 miles in two years. Flat tires were driving me crazy. Solved the problem with Schwalbe Marathon Plus tires. 3,000 with not one flat.
I found this bike is really well balanced for a hybrid. I found it easy to ride fast for commuting and it can take a bumpy gravel path in stride. Good for jumping curbs. I know this next point is contentious but I wish bikes came with a stock kickstand option.I Had a struggle installing because frame is weird shape.
I bought this bike about a week ago. I use it to commute to work. I'm very glad I was shown this bike as it has all the things I need to get me to work and still has the ability to do some off roading if needed. This is my first real "new" age bike; I have only ever have own Canadian Tire bikes prior. The difference is huge! The tires allow me to pedal without getting tired too easily, and I can coast for a block or two. My biggest con for this bike is that the saddle is a bit hard, but I believe that the bike is intended to be rode with proper biking clothing. Regardless, for a cheap fix you can change out the seat for a more comfortable ride if needed.