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Giant Roam Hybrid Bikes Review

giant roam 3 hybrid bike

The Giant Road bikes fall under the category of hybrid bikes. A hybrid bike, which is essentially a blend of mountain and road bikes, is built for both roads and tougher terrains.

Riders can comfortably travel over a range of terrains without needing to purchase multiple bikes. This is what distinguishes them as general-purpose bikes, which are designed mostly for commuting but are also capable of handling harder terrain.

Giant, a Taiwanese company, is one of the world’s leading bicycle manufacturers. They have bicycles for professionals as well as amateur cyclists. Having cutting-edge technology and design capabilities in every bike they produce ensures top-notch excellence in every way.

Giant Roam Hybrid Bikes (Roam 2, Roam 3) Review

The Giant Roam bikes are excellent bikes for people who want to stay active and get out on their bikes from time to time. Their bikes are designed to take on all terrain and handle any type of ride.

The Giant Roam bikes features an aggressive geometry that puts the rider in a position that balances efficiency and stability, while disc brakes provide extra control on rough roads or mud.

The bikes have a large volume 29-inch wheels and a short stem for better control. The Shimano drivetrain shifts quickly so you can attack rough terrain or climb steep climbs with ease.

The Giant Roam bikes frame is made of aluminum frame that is lightweight, but also very strong. The frame allows you to go up steep inclines and accelerate with ease.

This type of frame allows the bike to have strong joints, be less susceptible to corrosion, more responsive, can support racks, allow it to smooth out road bumps, minimizes vibrations, and ensures trail balance while being suitable for aggressive riding with this frame.

The seat itself is adjustable so you could get a more custom fit while riding it. The brakes on the front and back wheels are a nice added safety measure while riding for longer distances or going down hills so you dont have to worry about falling over or ending up in a dangerous situation.

No matter what kind of terrain you’re riding on, you’ll find that the transition is really smooth and pleasant to ride. Whether you’re on smooth roads, bumpy roads, dirt paths, or trails, Roam Disc keeps you moving in comfort and stylishly.

With its confident, flat handlebar location and lightweight ALUXX aluminum frame, this bicycle combines the best features of a mtb and a bicycle.

The bike’s front suspension adds to its comfort and stability. It includes powerful disc brakes and long-lasting parts to tackle potholes and bumps prevalent on city roadways. The 700c wheels are fast-rolling and can handle both smooth and rugged surfaces, making it excellent for city-to-trail rides.

The bike’s suspension fork and seatpost are designed to absorb road bumps and vibrations, ensuring you enjoy a more comfortable ride. Its tubeless tires make riding even more enjoyable and reduce the likelihood of flat tires.

What’s the weight of Giant Roam bikes? The most precise method to discover the weight of any bike is to have it weighed by your local dealer. Many vendors aim to list the lightest weight possible, however actual weight varies depending on the size, finish, hardware, and accessories.

Giant Roam 2`Specifications

giant roam 2 hybrid bike

  1. Sizes: Small, Medium, Large and XL
  2. Colors: Vibrant Blue, Charcoal, Neon Gun Metal Black
  3. Frame: ALUXX-grade aluminum frame
  4. SR/Suntour 63mm NEX HLO fork
  5. Cartridge bottom bracket
  6. Cassette: 11×36 Shimano cassette HG200
  7. Handlebar: Eight Giant Sport XC handlebar
  8. Stem: Giant Sport stem
  9. Saddle: Giant Connect upright saddle
  10. 3 x 9 Shimano Altus shifters
  11. Brakes: Tektro Hydraulic HD-M275 disc brakes (F/R 160 rotor)
  12. Tektro brake levers
  13. Chain: KMC X9 chain with missing link
  14. Crankset: 26/38/48 Shimano M371 crankset, forged alloy
  15. Derailleur: Shimano Acera front and rear derailleur
  16. Seatpost: 2 x 375 Giant Sport seatpost
  17. Giant GX28 disc wheelset
  18. Tires: 700 x 38 Giant CrossCut tires with Deflect2 puncture protection

How many speeds is Giant Roam 2? The bike has 9 speed gear setup.


– Perfect for crushed gravel, city riding, paved bike trails and going out with the kids
– Very fair priced considering the market

Giant Roam 3 Hybrid Bike

giant roam 3 hybrid bike

Giant Roam 3 Specifications

  1. SIZES: Small, Medium, Large, XL
  2. COLORS: Concrete, Garnet
  3. FRAME: ALUXX-Grade Aluminum, disc
  4. FORK: SR Suntour NEX HLO 700C, 63mm
  5. SHOCK: None

Giant Roam 3 Components

  1. HANDLEBAR: Giant Sport XC, 31.8
  2. STEM: Giant Sport
  3. SEATPOST: Giant D-Fuse, alloy
  4. SADDLE: Giant Sport Comfort
  5. PEDALS: platform

Giant Roam 3 Drivetrain

  1. SHIFTERS: Shimano Altus
  3. REAR DERAILLEUR: Shimano Acera
  4. BRAKES: Tektro M275 hydraulic, 160mm
  5. BRAKE: LEVERS Tektro M275
  6. CASSETTE: Shimano HG31, 8-speed 11×34
  7. CHAIN: KMC Z8.3
  8. CRANKSET: ProWheel f


Bike feels good to ride over all terrains. Brakes are very responsive, drivetrain fluid. Great bike!

Giant Roam 4 Bike Specifications

  1. SIZES: S, M, L, XL
  2. COLORS: Moss Green, Black
  3. FRAME: ALUXX-Grade Aluminum, disc
  4. FORK: SR Suntour NEX 700C, 63mm
  5. SHOCK: N/A

Giant Roam 4 Components

  1. HANDLEBAR: Giant Sport XC, 25.4
  2. STEM: Giant Sport
  3. SEATPOST: Giant D-Fuse, alloy
  4. SADDLE: Giant Sport Comfort

Giant Roam 4 Drivetrain

  1. SHIFTERS: Shimano Altus
  2. FRONT DERAILLEUR: Shimano Tourney
  3. REAR DERAILLEUR: Shimano Altus
  4. BRAKES: Tektro TKB-172 mechanical disc F[160 rotor] R[160 rotor]
  5. BRAKE LEVERS: Tektro TKB-172
  6. CASSETTE: Shimano HG200, 12×32, 7-speed
  7. CHAIN: KMC Z7
  8. CRANKSET: forged alloy, 3

Giant Roam 4 Wheels

  1. RIMS: Giant GX03 wheelset
  2. HUBS: alloy disc, 32h, QR
  3. SPOKES: Stainless
  4. TIRES: Giant CrossCut, 700x42c, puncture protect

Taking Care Of Your Giant Roam Hybrid Bike

Below are tips to remember when taking care of your Giant Roam hybrid bike

  1. Make sure the tires of your Giant Roam tyres are inflated to the correct pressure (a pressure guide can be found on the sidewall of the tyre) and that they are not ripped.
  2. Make sure your brakes are in working order. If both brake pads do not effectively touch the rim or disc, do not ride your bike. If necessary, adjust your brakes according to the instructions.
  3. Verify that the wheels are securely fastened and that there is no play. If necessary, tighten the quick release orthru-axle.
  4. Examine your Giant roam brake pads for signs of wear. Brake pads that are worn out can become completely ineffective, which is extremely dangerous. When the groove pattern in the friction material has worn smooth, rim brake pads should be replaced. When there is less than 1mm of friction material left on disc brake pads, they should be replaced.
  5. Clean, degrease, and lubricate your Giant Roam drivetrain completely to stop rusting. This will reduce pedaling noise and protect the pedals from premature wear. Chain rings, cranks, cassette, derailleurs, and chain are all part of the drivetrain.
  6. Look for evidence of wear, notably cracks, on the frame, wheels, brakes, and tyres. It’s a good idea to clean your bike first.
  7. Never use a pressure washer to clean your bike since the bearings might be easily damaged.
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