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Giant Reign Advanced Pro 29 2 2020


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GIANT REIGN ADVANCED PRO 29 2 (2020)

The Reign Advanced Pro 29 2 is the entry-point into the new Reign 29 carbon range. It’s tricked out with the latest 12-speed drivetrain, Rock Shox Signature suspension and Giant AM wheels.

For a step-by-step preview of the new Giant Reign 29, check out our Reign 29 and Reign 27.5 Comparison article.

WHO IT’S FOR

The rider who wants an affordable carbon-fibre Enduro or Heavy-Duty Trail mountain bike. You’re willing to sacrifice some quality components for better handling and a smoother ride.

WHAT’S CHANGED?

Lot’s. Fundamentally though the new Reign 29 Advanced Pro is a far (far) more capable, all-round bike than what we’ve seen of the Giant Reign in previous years. This new one can do everything the old one could, plus more.

REIGN ADVANCED PRO 29 2 BUILD KIT

SUSPENSION

Rock Shox unveiled their Signature Series. And part of that series if the new Rock Shox Lyrik Select suspension fork.

DebonAir is a brand new air cartridge that uses a larger negative air spring. This means more suppleness in the initial stroke. It’s much more sensitive to small impacts, delivering exceptional grip and traction. Think of the front wheel ‘flowing’ over the terrain, as opposed to ‘chattering’ over it. That’s DebonAir.

Compared to the Reign 27.5, the travel has reduced from 170mm to 160mm - but the wheel size has increased to compensate.

The guts of the Lyrik is the Charger damper.

The damper is a closed bath system; oil and air don’t mix and cause cavitation. If this happens, the fork can feel harsh - almost like it’s locked out.

The Yari RC has 3 adjustments; Air Pressure, Rebound and Compression. Air Pressure determines sag (how much the suspension moves under you when you sit on it). There are marking on the leg that recommend a pressure range and indicates the sag too, making setup so easy. You can reach 90% of the shock and fork’s performance in a few minutes.

Rebound is the red dial at the bottom of the fork, and determines how fast/slow the fork rebounds - after it’s been compressed. Keep the Rebound fast for rocky, tree-rooty trails and slow for fast flow trails.

A Compression lever gradually stiffens the suspension until it’s fully locked out. Ideal for riding on gravel paths. You would never use it on climbs or singletrack mountain bike trails though.

A brand new Rock Shox Deluxe Select+ (RT) rear shock controls the back end of the Reign 29 2. Much like the fork, it has 4 adjustments: Air Pressure, Rebound and Lockout.

Both the suspension fork and rear shock is built with Maxima Plush Suspension Fluid to minimise damper noise and increase wear life on seals. And the new DebonAir spring also helps the rear end flow over obstacles by improving small bump sensitivity.

REIGN 29 2 DRIVETRAIN AND BRAKES

The brand new SRAM NX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain is extremely good value, from both a cost and performance perspective.

The cassette ranges between a 10-tooth sprocket and 50-tooth sprocket - eliminating any need for a front derailleur, and simplifying the gears significantly.

Shimano’s brand new MT520 hydraulic disc brake was introduced in late 2018. Even though it was designed for E-Mountain Bikes, brands have been using the brake on their All-Mountain, Trail and Enduro mountain bikes.

This 4-piston brake uses ceramic pistons to better manage heat, and like all Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, have a distinct bite point and superb feel.

REIGN 2 29 WHEELS

The Reign 29 2 rolls on Giant AM (tubeless) rims and are laced to Giant Sport hubs.

The AM rims have an internal and external rim width of 30mm and 34mm, respectively. Perfect for the Reign 29’s intended use. They are a better, more modern rim than we see at this price point.

Out of the box, these rims are set up tubeless. The only thing we need to do is add sealant.

Sport hubs use sealed cartridge bearings. Mud, grit, dust and other contaminants don’t get in the hubs and destroy the bearings. This makes the bearings last much longer, with zero maintenance. Perfect. But just don’t high-pressure hose the hubs (or pivots).

GIANT REIGN ADVANCED PRO 29 2 (2020)

The Reign Advanced Pro 29 2 is the entry-point into the new Reign 29 carbon range. It’s tricked out with the latest 12-speed drivetrain, Rock Shox Signature suspension and Giant AM wheels.

For a step-by-step preview of the new Giant Reign 29, check out our Reign 29 and Reign 27.5 Comparison article.

WHO IT’S FOR

The rider who wants an affordable carbon-fibre Enduro or Heavy-Duty Trail mountain bike. You’re willing to sacrifice some quality components for better handling and a smoother ride.

WHAT’S CHANGED?

Lot’s. Fundamentally though the new Reign 29 Advanced Pro is a far (far) more capable, all-round bike than what we’ve seen of the Giant Reign in previous years. This new one can do everything the old one could, plus more.

REIGN ADVANCED PRO 29 2 BUILD KIT

SUSPENSION

Rock Shox unveiled their Signature Series. And part of that series if the new Rock Shox Lyrik Select suspension fork.

DebonAir is a brand new air cartridge that uses a larger negative air spring. This means more suppleness in the initial stroke. It’s much more sensitive to small impacts, delivering exceptional grip and traction. Think of the front wheel ‘flowing’ over the terrain, as opposed to ‘chattering’ over it. That’s DebonAir.

Compared to the Reign 27.5, the travel has reduced from 170mm to 160mm - but the wheel size has increased to compensate.

The guts of the Lyrik is the Charger damper.

The damper is a closed bath system; oil and air don’t mix and cause cavitation. If this happens, the fork can feel harsh - almost like it’s locked out.

The Yari RC has 3 adjustments; Air Pressure, Rebound and Compression. Air Pressure determines sag (how much the suspension moves under you when you sit on it). There are marking on the leg that recommend a pressure range and indicates the sag too, making setup so easy. You can reach 90% of the shock and fork’s performance in a few minutes.

Rebound is the red dial at the bottom of the fork, and determines how fast/slow the fork rebounds - after it’s been compressed. Keep the Rebound fast for rocky, tree-rooty trails and slow for fast flow trails.

A Compression lever gradually stiffens the suspension until it’s fully locked out. Ideal for riding on gravel paths. You would never use it on climbs or singletrack mountain bike trails though.

A brand new Rock Shox Deluxe Select+ (RT) rear shock controls the back end of the Reign 29 2. Much like the fork, it has 4 adjustments: Air Pressure, Rebound and Lockout.

Both the suspension fork and rear shock is built with Maxima Plush Suspension Fluid to minimise damper noise and increase wear life on seals. And the new DebonAir spring also helps the rear end flow over obstacles by improving small bump sensitivity.

REIGN 29 2 DRIVETRAIN AND BRAKES

The brand new SRAM NX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain is extremely good value, from both a cost and performance perspective.

The cassette ranges between a 10-tooth sprocket and 50-tooth sprocket - eliminating any need for a front derailleur, and simplifying the gears significantly.

Shimano’s brand new MT520 hydraulic disc brake was introduced in late 2018. Even though it was designed for E-Mountain Bikes, brands have been using the brake on their All-Mountain, Trail and Enduro mountain bikes.

This 4-piston brake uses ceramic pistons to better manage heat, and like all Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, have a distinct bite point and superb feel.

REIGN 2 29 WHEELS

The Reign 29 2 rolls on Giant AM (tubeless) rims and are laced to Giant Sport hubs.

The AM rims have an internal and external rim width of 30mm and 34mm, respectively. Perfect for the Reign 29’s intended use. They are a better, more modern rim than we see at this price point.

Out of the box, these rims are set up tubeless. The only thing we need to do is add sealant.

Sport hubs use sealed cartridge bearings. Mud, grit, dust and other contaminants don’t get in the hubs and destroy the bearings. This makes the bearings last much longer, with zero maintenance. Perfect. But just don’t high-pressure hose the hubs (or pivots).

GIANT REIGN ADVANCED PRO 29 2 (2020)

The Reign Advanced Pro 29 2 is the entry-point into the new Reign 29 carbon range. It’s tricked out with the latest 12-speed drivetrain, Rock Shox Signature suspension and Giant AM wheels.

For a step-by-step preview of the new Giant Reign 29, check out our Reign 29 and Reign 27.5 Comparison article.

WHO IT’S FOR

The rider who wants an affordable carbon-fibre Enduro or Heavy-Duty Trail mountain bike. You’re willing to sacrifice some quality components for better handling and a smoother ride.

WHAT’S CHANGED?

Lot’s. Fundamentally though the new Reign 29 Advanced Pro is a far (far) more capable, all-round bike than what we’ve seen of the Giant Reign in previous years. This new one can do everything the old one could, plus more.

REIGN ADVANCED PRO 29 2 BUILD KIT

SUSPENSION

Rock Shox unveiled their Signature Series. And part of that series if the new Rock Shox Lyrik Select suspension fork.

DebonAir is a brand new air cartridge that uses a larger negative air spring. This means more suppleness in the initial stroke. It’s much more sensitive to small impacts, delivering exceptional grip and traction. Think of the front wheel ‘flowing’ over the terrain, as opposed to ‘chattering’ over it. That’s DebonAir.

Compared to the Reign 27.5, the travel has reduced from 170mm to 160mm - but the wheel size has increased to compensate.

The guts of the Lyrik is the Charger damper.

The damper is a closed bath system; oil and air don’t mix and cause cavitation. If this happens, the fork can feel harsh - almost like it’s locked out.

The Yari RC has 3 adjustments; Air Pressure, Rebound and Compression. Air Pressure determines sag (how much the suspension moves under you when you sit on it). There are marking on the leg that recommend a pressure range and indicates the sag too, making setup so easy. You can reach 90% of the shock and fork’s performance in a few minutes.

Rebound is the red dial at the bottom of the fork, and determines how fast/slow the fork rebounds - after it’s been compressed. Keep the Rebound fast for rocky, tree-rooty trails and slow for fast flow trails.

A Compression lever gradually stiffens the suspension until it’s fully locked out. Ideal for riding on gravel paths. You would never use it on climbs or singletrack mountain bike trails though.

A brand new Rock Shox Deluxe Select+ (RT) rear shock controls the back end of the Reign 29 2. Much like the fork, it has 4 adjustments: Air Pressure, Rebound and Lockout.

Both the suspension fork and rear shock is built with Maxima Plush Suspension Fluid to minimise damper noise and increase wear life on seals. And the new DebonAir spring also helps the rear end flow over obstacles by improving small bump sensitivity.

REIGN 29 2 DRIVETRAIN AND BRAKES

The brand new SRAM NX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain is extremely good value, from both a cost and performance perspective.

The cassette ranges between a 10-tooth sprocket and 50-tooth sprocket - eliminating any need for a front derailleur, and simplifying the gears significantly.

Shimano’s brand new MT520 hydraulic disc brake was introduced in late 2018. Even though it was designed for E-Mountain Bikes, brands have been using the brake on their All-Mountain, Trail and Enduro mountain bikes.

This 4-piston brake uses ceramic pistons to better manage heat, and like all Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, have a distinct bite point and superb feel.

REIGN 2 29 WHEELS

The Reign 29 2 rolls on Giant AM (tubeless) rims and are laced to Giant Sport hubs.

The AM rims have an internal and external rim width of 30mm and 34mm, respectively. Perfect for the Reign 29’s intended use. They are a better, more modern rim than we see at this price point.

Out of the box, these rims are set up tubeless. The only thing we need to do is add sealant.

Sport hubs use sealed cartridge bearings. Mud, grit, dust and other contaminants don’t get in the hubs and destroy the bearings. This makes the bearings last much longer, with zero maintenance. Perfect. But just don’t high-pressure hose the hubs (or pivots).

GIANT REIGN ADVANCED PRO 29 2 (2020)

The Reign Advanced Pro 29 2 is the entry-point into the new Reign 29 carbon range. It’s tricked out with the latest 12-speed drivetrain, Rock Shox Signature suspension and Giant AM wheels.

For a step-by-step preview of the new Giant Reign 29, check out our Reign 29 and Reign 27.5 Comparison article.

WHO IT’S FOR

The rider who wants an affordable carbon-fibre Enduro or Heavy-Duty Trail mountain bike. You’re willing to sacrifice some quality components for better handling and a smoother ride.

WHAT’S CHANGED?

Lot’s. Fundamentally though the new Reign 29 Advanced Pro is a far (far) more capable, all-round bike than what we’ve seen of the Giant Reign in previous years. This new one can do everything the old one could, plus more.

REIGN ADVANCED PRO 29 2 BUILD KIT

SUSPENSION

Rock Shox unveiled their Signature Series. And part of that series if the new Rock Shox Lyrik Select suspension fork.

DebonAir is a brand new air cartridge that uses a larger negative air spring. This means more suppleness in the initial stroke. It’s much more sensitive to small impacts, delivering exceptional grip and traction. Think of the front wheel ‘flowing’ over the terrain, as opposed to ‘chattering’ over it. That’s DebonAir.

Compared to the Reign 27.5, the travel has reduced from 170mm to 160mm - but the wheel size has increased to compensate.

The guts of the Lyrik is the Charger damper.

The damper is a closed bath system; oil and air don’t mix and cause cavitation. If this happens, the fork can feel harsh - almost like it’s locked out.

The Yari RC has 3 adjustments; Air Pressure, Rebound and Compression. Air Pressure determines sag (how much the suspension moves under you when you sit on it). There are marking on the leg that recommend a pressure range and indicates the sag too, making setup so easy. You can reach 90% of the shock and fork’s performance in a few minutes.

Rebound is the red dial at the bottom of the fork, and determines how fast/slow the fork rebounds - after it’s been compressed. Keep the Rebound fast for rocky, tree-rooty trails and slow for fast flow trails.

A Compression lever gradually stiffens the suspension until it’s fully locked out. Ideal for riding on gravel paths. You would never use it on climbs or singletrack mountain bike trails though.

A brand new Rock Shox Deluxe Select+ (RT) rear shock controls the back end of the Reign 29 2. Much like the fork, it has 4 adjustments: Air Pressure, Rebound and Lockout.

Both the suspension fork and rear shock is built with Maxima Plush Suspension Fluid to minimise damper noise and increase wear life on seals. And the new DebonAir spring also helps the rear end flow over obstacles by improving small bump sensitivity.

REIGN 29 2 DRIVETRAIN AND BRAKES

The brand new SRAM NX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain is extremely good value, from both a cost and performance perspective.

The cassette ranges between a 10-tooth sprocket and 50-tooth sprocket - eliminating any need for a front derailleur, and simplifying the gears significantly.

Shimano’s brand new MT520 hydraulic disc brake was introduced in late 2018. Even though it was designed for E-Mountain Bikes, brands have been using the brake on their All-Mountain, Trail and Enduro mountain bikes.

This 4-piston brake uses ceramic pistons to better manage heat, and like all Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, have a distinct bite point and superb feel.

REIGN 2 29 WHEELS

The Reign 29 2 rolls on Giant AM (tubeless) rims and are laced to Giant Sport hubs.

The AM rims have an internal and external rim width of 30mm and 34mm, respectively. Perfect for the Reign 29’s intended use. They are a better, more modern rim than we see at this price point.

Out of the box, these rims are set up tubeless. The only thing we need to do is add sealant.

Sport hubs use sealed cartridge bearings. Mud, grit, dust and other contaminants don’t get in the hubs and destroy the bearings. This makes the bearings last much longer, with zero maintenance. Perfect. But just don’t high-pressure hose the hubs (or pivots).

GIANT REIGN ADVANCED PRO 29 2 (2020)

The Reign Advanced Pro 29 2 is the entry-point into the new Reign 29 carbon range. It’s tricked out with the latest 12-speed drivetrain, Rock Shox Signature suspension and Giant AM wheels.

For a step-by-step preview of the new Giant Reign 29, check out our Reign 29 and Reign 27.5 Comparison article.

WHO IT’S FOR

The rider who wants an affordable carbon-fibre Enduro or Heavy-Duty Trail mountain bike. You’re willing to sacrifice some quality components for better handling and a smoother ride.

WHAT’S CHANGED?

Lot’s. Fundamentally though the new Reign 29 Advanced Pro is a far (far) more capable, all-round bike than what we’ve seen of the Giant Reign in previous years. This new one can do everything the old one could, plus more.

REIGN ADVANCED PRO 29 2 BUILD KIT

SUSPENSION

Rock Shox unveiled their Signature Series. And part of that series if the new Rock Shox Lyrik Select suspension fork.

DebonAir is a brand new air cartridge that uses a larger negative air spring. This means more suppleness in the initial stroke. It’s much more sensitive to small impacts, delivering exceptional grip and traction. Think of the front wheel ‘flowing’ over the terrain, as opposed to ‘chattering’ over it. That’s DebonAir.

Compared to the Reign 27.5, the travel has reduced from 170mm to 160mm - but the wheel size has increased to compensate.

The guts of the Lyrik is the Charger damper.

The damper is a closed bath system; oil and air don’t mix and cause cavitation. If this happens, the fork can feel harsh - almost like it’s locked out.

The Yari RC has 3 adjustments; Air Pressure, Rebound and Compression. Air Pressure determines sag (how much the suspension moves under you when you sit on it). There are marking on the leg that recommend a pressure range and indicates the sag too, making setup so easy. You can reach 90% of the shock and fork’s performance in a few minutes.

Rebound is the red dial at the bottom of the fork, and determines how fast/slow the fork rebounds - after it’s been compressed. Keep the Rebound fast for rocky, tree-rooty trails and slow for fast flow trails.

A Compression lever gradually stiffens the suspension until it’s fully locked out. Ideal for riding on gravel paths. You would never use it on climbs or singletrack mountain bike trails though.

A brand new Rock Shox Deluxe Select+ (RT) rear shock controls the back end of the Reign 29 2. Much like the fork, it has 4 adjustments: Air Pressure, Rebound and Lockout.

Both the suspension fork and rear shock is built with Maxima Plush Suspension Fluid to minimise damper noise and increase wear life on seals. And the new DebonAir spring also helps the rear end flow over obstacles by improving small bump sensitivity.

REIGN 29 2 DRIVETRAIN AND BRAKES

The brand new SRAM NX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain is extremely good value, from both a cost and performance perspective.

The cassette ranges between a 10-tooth sprocket and 50-tooth sprocket - eliminating any need for a front derailleur, and simplifying the gears significantly.

Shimano’s brand new MT520 hydraulic disc brake was introduced in late 2018. Even though it was designed for E-Mountain Bikes, brands have been using the brake on their All-Mountain, Trail and Enduro mountain bikes.

This 4-piston brake uses ceramic pistons to better manage heat, and like all Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, have a distinct bite point and superb feel.

REIGN 2 29 WHEELS

The Reign 29 2 rolls on Giant AM (tubeless) rims and are laced to Giant Sport hubs.

The AM rims have an internal and external rim width of 30mm and 34mm, respectively. Perfect for the Reign 29’s intended use. They are a better, more modern rim than we see at this price point.

Out of the box, these rims are set up tubeless. The only thing we need to do is add sealant.

Sport hubs use sealed cartridge bearings. Mud, grit, dust and other contaminants don’t get in the hubs and destroy the bearings. This makes the bearings last much longer, with zero maintenance. Perfect. But just don’t high-pressure hose the hubs (or pivots).

Sizes S, M, L, XL
Colour Metallic Blue
Frame Advanced grade composite main frame, Advanced grade composite rear triangle, Maestro 146mm travel, Boost, ISCG 05
Fork RockShox Lyrik Select, Debon Air, OverDrive steerer, 15x110 Maxle Stealth, 160mm travel
Shock RockShox Deluxe Select+ RT, Trunnion mount
Handlebar Giant Contact trail rise, 35mm
Stem Giant Contact SL, 35mm, 8 degree
Seatpost Giant Contact Switch dropper, 30.9mm
Saddle Giant Contact, Neutral
Pedals N/A
Shifter SRAM NX Eagle, 12 speed
Rear Derailleur SRAM NX Eagle
Brakes Shimano MT520 hydraulic disc, 203mm
Brake Levers Shimano MT501 hydraulic
Cassette SRAM XG1230 Eagle, 11-50T, 12sp
Chain SRAM NX Eagle
Crankset Truvativ Descendant Eagle, Dub, 32T
Bottom Bracket SRAM GXP Dub, press-fit
Rims Giant AM, tubeless
Hubs Giant alloy performance cassette, 28H
Spokes Stainless steel, 14g
Tyres Fr: Maxxis Minion DHF, TR, EXO, Folding, 29x2.5” Rr: Maxxis Minion DHR II, TR, EXO, Folding, 29x2.4”
Extras MRP AMG V2 Alloy chain guide
Sizes S, M, L, XL
Colour Metallic Blue
Frame Advanced grade composite main frame, Advanced grade composite rear triangle, Maestro 146mm travel, Boost, ISCG 05
Fork RockShox Lyrik Select, Debon Air, OverDrive steerer, 15x110 Maxle Stealth, 160mm travel
Shock RockShox Deluxe Select+ RT, Trunnion mount
Handlebar Giant Contact trail rise, 35mm
Stem Giant Contact SL, 35mm, 8 degree
Seatpost Giant Contact Switch dropper, 30.9mm
Saddle Giant Contact, Neutral
Pedals N/A
Shifter SRAM NX Eagle, 12 speed
Rear Derailleur SRAM NX Eagle
Brakes Shimano MT520 hydraulic disc, 203mm
Brake Levers Shimano MT501 hydraulic
Cassette SRAM XG1230 Eagle, 11-50T, 12sp
Chain SRAM NX Eagle
Crankset Truvativ Descendant Eagle, Dub, 32T
Bottom Bracket SRAM GXP Dub, press-fit
Rims Giant AM, tubeless
Hubs Giant alloy performance cassette, 28H
Spokes Stainless steel, 14g
Tyres Fr: Maxxis Minion DHF, TR, EXO, Folding, 29x2.5” Rr: Maxxis Minion DHR II, TR, EXO, Folding, 29x2.4”
Extras MRP AMG V2 Alloy chain guide
General
Brand
Giant
Colour
Blue
Bike
Frame Size
Medium
General
Brand
Giant
Colour
Blue
Bike
Frame Size
Large
Sizes S, M, L, XL
Colour Metallic Blue
Frame Advanced grade composite main frame, Advanced grade composite rear triangle, Maestro 146mm travel, Boost, ISCG 05
Fork RockShox Lyrik Select, Debon Air, OverDrive steerer, 15x110 Maxle Stealth, 160mm travel
Shock RockShox Deluxe Select+ RT, Trunnion mount
Handlebar Giant Contact trail rise, 35mm
Stem Giant Contact SL, 35mm, 8 degree
Seatpost Giant Contact Switch dropper, 30.9mm
Saddle Giant Contact, Neutral
Pedals N/A
Shifter SRAM NX Eagle, 12 speed
Rear Derailleur SRAM NX Eagle
Brakes Shimano MT520 hydraulic disc, 203mm
Brake Levers Shimano MT501 hydraulic
Cassette SRAM XG1230 Eagle, 11-50T, 12sp
Chain SRAM NX Eagle
Crankset Truvativ Descendant Eagle, Dub, 32T
Bottom Bracket SRAM GXP Dub, press-fit
Rims Giant AM, tubeless
Hubs Giant alloy performance cassette, 28H
Spokes Stainless steel, 14g
Tyres Fr: Maxxis Minion DHF, TR, EXO, Folding, 29x2.5” Rr: Maxxis Minion DHR II, TR, EXO, Folding, 29x2.4”
Extras MRP AMG V2 Alloy chain guide