Giant 2017 Reign Advanced 0 (Composite/Blue)

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Built for and tested by Giant Factory Off-Road Team pros including enduro slayer Yoann Barelli, this all-mountain machine mates a lightweight, stiff and sharp-handling Advanced-grade composite mainframe with 160mm of smooth Maestro Suspension. The frame was engineered specifically for its 27.5 wheels, giving you confidence, control and speed on the roughest trails. It’s strong enough to handle aggressive terrain and efficient enough to float up steep climbs. Stable geometry, a tapered OverDrive steerer tube design and air or oil compatible shock mounts make Reign Advanced the king of enduro.


  • Advanced-grade composite frame with 160mm of smooth Maestro suspension
  • RockShox Lyric RCT3 Solo Air 160mm-travel fork with Boost 15x110mm thru-axle
  • RockShox Monarch Plus Debonair RC3 rear shock
  • Giant TRX 0 Composite WheelSystem
  • SRAM X01 Eagle 1x12-speed drivetrain with SRAM Guide Ultimate hydraulic disc brakes


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Colors: Composite/Blue
Frame: Advanced-grade composite w/ ALUXX SL rear triangle, 160mm Maestro suspension
Fork: RockShox Lyric RCT3 Solo Air, Maxle Stealth, Boost, OverDrive, 160mm travel
Shock: RockShox Monarch Plus Debonair RC3
Giant Contact SL DH, 31.8mm
Stem: Truvativ Holzfeller
Seatpost: Giant Contact SL Switch Trail, 30.9mm
Saddle: Giant Contact SLR Neutral, Composite rails
Pedals: N/A
SRAM X01 Eagle
Front Derailleur: N/A
Rear Derailleur: SRAM X01 Eagle, Type-2
Brakes: SRAM Guide Ultimate, hydraulic disc, [F] 200mm [R] 180mm
Brake Levers: SRAM Guide Ultimate
Cassette: SRAM XG-1295 10x50, 12-speed
Chain: SRAM X01 Eagle
Crankset: SRAM X01 Eagle, 34T w/ MRP AMG V2 (composite backplate)
Bottom Bracket: SRAM GXP, Press fit
Rims: Giant TRX 0 Composite DBL WheelSystem; 33mm wide, Tubeless compatible
Hubs: Giant TRX 0 Composite DBL WheelSystem; 28h, [F] Boost 110x15mm, [R] 142x12mm
Spokes: Giant TRX 0 Composite DBL WheelSystem; DT Swiss Aerolite Bladed Stainless
Tires: [F] Schwalbe Magic Mary, 27.5x2.35, Snakeskin, TL Easy, Trail Star [R] Schwalbe Hans Dampf, 27.5x2.35, Snakeskin, TL Easy, Pace Star
Tubeless rim tape and valve stems
Weight: The most accurate way to determine any bike’s weight is to have your local dealer weigh it for you. Many brands strive to list the lowest possible weight, but in reality weight can vary based on size, finish, hardware and accessories. All Giant bikes are designed for best-in-class weight and ride quality.

27.5 Specific Geometry:
Updated “long and low” XC frame geometry is tailored for 27.5-inch wheels to optimize control, acceleration and stability.

Boost Technology:
Wider hub spacing (110mm front/148mm rear) results in stiffer wheels for added control plus more tire clearance and an improved chainline for optimal drivetrain performance.

Advanced Forged Composite Upper Rocker Arm:
A state-of-the-art, high-pressure molding process is used to produce complex shaped carbon-fiber components that are lighter, stiffer and stronger than similar aluminum components.

Trunnion Mount:
New shock mount produces a lower leverage ratio for increased pedaling and braking efficiency, plus a lower center of gravity and shorter chainstays for improved handling, climbing and agility.

A massively oversized bottom-bracket/chainstay area features a fully integrated, 92-millimeter wide bottom-bracket design. Asymmetric chainstays provide additional stiffness on the driveside and stability on the non-driveside. 

Features: Giant’s original oversized fork steerer-tube technology. Designed to provide solid front-end steering performance, the system’s oversized headset bearings and tapered steerer tube provide optimal steering stiffness. Road models feature 1 1/8-inch top and 1 1/4-inch bottom bearings, while the mountain version features 1 1/8-inch top and 1 1/2-inch bottom bearings.

Benefit: OverDrive provides up to 15 percent more torsional steering stiffness than straight steerer-tube designs. This translates into much more accurate steering input from a rider’s hands, through the handlebar and stem, and down to the front wheel. Whether hammering uphill or carving through a corner, OverDrive transmits input directly to the front wheel for more precise handling.

Advanced Composite Technology:
Giant's High Performance-grade raw carbon fiber is used to produce custom composite material in our own composite factory. Extremely lightweight, stiff and compliant, these handcrafted frames feature the following materials and processes:

Materials: High Performance-grade raw carbon material features an excellent stiffness-to-weight ratio.

Resin: High Performance formula provides excellent void minimization (bubbles) while maintaining outstanding strength. And vibration absorbing particles are added to help disperse road shock.

Modified Monocoque Construction: The front triangle (downtube, headtube, toptube, seattube) is assembled and molded as one continuous piece. This front half is then joined to the rear chainstays and seatstays in a secondary process. This process eliminates the outermost woven composite sheet to reduce weight without affecting ride quality, strength or stiffness.

Whatever off-road adventures you seek, Giant's Maestro Suspension helps you make the most of your efforts. Control, traction, comfort, speed—you get more of everything with Maestro. From fast and efficient 4-inch-travel XC to full 8-inch DH bikes, Maestro is an adaptable system that offers smooth, active rear suspension on all types of terrain.

Three core benefits set Maestro Suspension Technology apart from the rest:
Whether you’re sprinting up a climb or coasting through a rock garden, Maestro Suspension performs consistently under pedaling power and doesn’t compromise efficiency.
From high-frequency trail vibrations to heavy-hitting compressions, Maestro Suspension soaks up the full spectrum of trail impacts.
Even under full braking force, Maestro Suspension remains fully active and reactive.


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This product was added to our catalog on July 28, 2016.