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CraigB
AWD1 wrote:


CAn you take a picture of the clearance in the clearance between the chainstay and the 47mm 650b Terravail Rampart tires?  I am curious to see how much clearance there is.  

Thanks,

AWD
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david

My Advanced 1 finally arrived today.  Later that the first promise, but earlier than the second.

Added computer, pedals, cages; weighed in at 21.33 pounds.  Hopefully, I’ll be riding it this weekend.

More to follow after a ride or two.

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velogeorgia
Rashad F wrote:
The Revolt Advanced may not be compatible with Di2 either.... [frown]




You find anything out yet from Giant??
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kixsand
In the next video he reveals how his worries about not being able to run the wires for Di2 were ill conceived.  He had to cut and then re-splice the wires to do it but it worked fine in the end.  Bike shops likely do this kind of thing all the time.  

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Tallboy1959
I ordered my XL Revolt 0 on a Sunday, took possession two Wednesdays later. (Two weeks ago). I have a very nice road bike, a Tallboy and the Revolt. The only one I'm riding is the Revolt. Have WTB Resolute 42 tires on it. Plenty of clearance. Absolutely love this thing.
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Volsung
How's the weight with the Resolutes on, Tallboy?  I haven't heard great things about the overall stock weight but that could be because the stock tires are like 60 tpi.
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Tallboy1959
Just a little over 20 lbs. ready to ride. Which I thought was pretty light for a bike that size. I think it might even be a little lighter than my road bike.
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luisito
Hi, can any of you who own a Revolt Advanced, please, tell me the Axle to Crown length?
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RipRap
So when it's -10F, I buy stuff for bikes. That's how I ended up with a set of MasonXHunt 4Seasons with 650bx47 WTB Horizons. Even though I could only ride it around inside, seems like it's going to be a really comfortable introduction to road+.

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mrbaumer
Looks good. Be interesting to hear how the 650B changes the handling and the ride.
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RipRap
mrbaumer wrote:
Looks good. Be interesting to hear how the 650B changes the handling and the ride.


My initial feel is that it's really nimble/handling is snappy for the size and cushion of the tire. I've ridden a Cannondale Slate before and it kind of fells similar to that.
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