Explore new routes and gain fitness on Giant’s versatile AnyRoad 1. The light aluminum frame features a composite fork that damps road vibrations, a tall head tube for confident handling, and a low top-tube so you can comfortably dismount. With Shimano Tiagra’s 27-speed drivetrain, disc brakes, and wide 32mm tires, the AnyRoad is ready for smooth pavement, undulating terrain, and even dirt roads. Take control with Giant’s ergonomic drop bars and steer off in your favorite direction.
|Frame||Giant ALUXX grade aluminum w/rack mounts|
|Fork||Giant Composite w/ALUXX aluminum steerer|
|Tires||Giant P-RX2, Flatguard Deflect 3, 700 x 32c|
|Rear Cogs||Shimano, 10-speed: 11-34|
|Handlebars||Giant Connect XR Ergo-Control|
|Brake Levers||Giant Ergo-Control Sub Lever|
|Brakes||SRAM BB5 Road, mechanical disc|
|Saddle||Giant Contact, Forward|
|Seatpost||Giant Connect 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.