Does giant still make the Revel?

Does giant still make the Revel?

The Revel 2 is Giant’s current version of the Revel for 2018.

Do Giant bikes have hydraulic brakes?

The more control you have, the more confident you’ll feel and the more you’ll enjoy the ride. The innovative new Conduct Hydraulic Brake System introduces Absolute Braking Stability to deliver a new level of smooth, consistent braking power in both wet and dry conditions.

How much is Giant Revel 2?

The Revel 2 is easier to ride up hills than similar bikes. The Revel 2 won’t keep up with similar bikes while riding downhill or sprinting….2018 Giant Revel 2.

RRP $380
Wheels 26″
Drivetrain 3 × 7
Groupset Tourney, Shimano
Brakes Rim

Is Giant Revel a mountain bike?

The Revel 2 is a hardtail cross-country mountain bike that is fitted with the basic-level groupset called Shimano Tourney. The Tourney is the cheapest Shimano groupset that’s usually found on children’s bicycles and some of the most basic mountain bikes.

How much does a giant revel bike cost?

$600. We firmly believe that the internet should be available and accessible to anyone and are committed to providing a website that is accessible to the broadest possible audience, regardless of ability.

What are giant conduct brakes?

The Giant Conduct Brake System allows you to convert your mechanical disc brake setup to a semi-hydraulic system. Cable-actuated master cylinder is fully integrated into the stem faceplate creating a clean, aero-looking design.

How much does the giant revel weight?

Product Specifications

Weight (kg) 13.29
Standover Height (in) 31.5
Seat Tube (in) 17
Chainstays (in) 16.75
Stem Giant 85mm

How do hydraulics brakes work?

In a hydraulic brake system, when the brake pedal is pressed, a pushrod exerts force on the piston(s) in the master cylinder, causing fluid from the brake fluid reservoir to flow into a pressure chamber through a compensating port.

What are the advantages of hydraulic brakes?

Benefits of Hydraulic Brakes Hydraulic disc brakes dissipate heat thoroughly and distribute heat more evenly than traditional mechanical brakes, which means that hydraulic brakes are more likely to last longer. This cause is due to brake fluid that resists heat and compression in a hydraulic brake system.