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Old 09-29-16, 08:29 AM
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Originally Posted by DowneasTTer
Here is my Giant Escape RX Composite on the newly opened Withlacoochee trail extension bridge in Dunnellon, FL on opening day. I added the Topeak explorer rack to the Composite's rack mounts just the other day.


beautiful bike and shot
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Old 09-29-16, 08:30 AM
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Nice bike!
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Originally Posted by zorrofox
Nice bike!

Thanks! I'm really enjoying the benefits of it being a speedy Hybrid - can go pretty fast on good roads but can also handle itself in the rougher ~city areas.
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Originally Posted by kflagg
My 2015 Giant Fastroad SLR.


Looks awesome, how are you liking your bike?
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I believe my bike is complete. Pretty simple and clean, just a Specialized Wedgie saddlebag, one of their right handed bottle cages/insulated bottle, a Stix Comp front/rear light, and a Specialized SWAT saddle mount for the tail light. Super happy with the saddle mount, the light fits in there perfectly without interfering with my saddle bag, which is as tight as it can be:

















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Very nice!
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After a sandy trail ride, I had to do some cleaning...
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Walt (yeah, my bike has a name. Named it after Walt Whitman)... anyhow, here's Walt taking much deserved break after hauling my overweight, out of shape carcass up a very steep hill. I have to admit, the new freewheel, crank, and shifters I put on over the past two weeks worked wonderfully. Now if I could just get my knees work as well!

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Originally Posted by puma1552
I believe my bike is complete. Pretty simple and clean, just a Specialized Wedgie saddlebag, one of their right handed bottle cages/insulated bottle, a Stix Comp front/rear light, and a Specialized SWAT saddle mount for the tail light. Super happy with the saddle mount, the light fits in there perfectly without interfering with my saddle bag, which is as tight as it can be:





I've said it before and I'll say it again your bike really does look beautiful.
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Originally Posted by ColonelSanders
I've said it before and I'll say it again your bike really does look beautiful.
Thanks! It's definitely a looker.
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Just starting to get into cycling, mostly want to start out with some fun short rides to explore the neighborhood with dog and possible wife in tow Found the 17 Trek DS 2 to be a perfect fit for now, coupled with a "Walkie Dog". My wife picked up a Neko.

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Out for a short stroll today...

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Originally Posted by level3
Out for a short stroll today...

Nice bike. How's that SMP saddle working for you? I looked at those but decided to save a bit of money & went with a Sportourer FLX instead. It's better than the original instrument of torture my bike was supplied with but still not perfect.

I've changed the bar on my bike for something with a more relaxed 35 sweep which is far superior to the original straight bar. I also reverted back to platform pedals which are far handier when popping out to the pub..

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I like the SMP saddle... it's worlds better than the oval saddle that was originally on the bike. The longest ride I've done on it was about 50 miles and no issues. Very pleased with it. Yeah, I get you about the platforms... they're real convenient... I went with the Shimano A530s that are platform on one side and SPD on the other. Kind of the best of both worlds.
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Originally Posted by level3
I like the SMP saddle... it's worlds better than the oval saddle that was originally on the bike. The longest ride I've done on it was about 50 miles and no issues. Very pleased with it. Yeah, I get you about the platforms... they're real convenient... I went with the Shimano A530s that are platform on one side and SPD on the other. Kind of the best of both worlds.
Thanks for getting back to me. I think if my Sportourer doesn't work out I'll either go for an SMP or maybe an SQlab model. Pedal-wise I opted for Shimano Saints and they're brilliant, can't fault them.
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Originally Posted by therealjoeblow
Well... my 2017 Roam 0 arrived... and ended up being quite a fiasco that resulted in me not accepting the bike :-(

It actually came in 2-1/2 weeks ago, but it arrived with the wrong components on it, and has been sitting at my LBS trying to get sorted out (unsuccessfully) since then.

For 2016, the Roam 0 was $1049 (CDN) and the Roam 1 was $959 (CDN), and other than the wheelset and fork which were just slightly better on the 0, I believe they were essentially the same drivetrain, at least they had the same Deore shifters, FD and RD. So if it was going to be a 2016 model, I wasn't convinced that it was worth the $90 increase, even though it was pretty minimal.

However for 2017, the Giant Int'l and Australia websites showed that the drive train was to be upgraded to SLX components, and my LBS's dealer's website and printed dealer's spec book confirmed that, with a price increase to $1099 (+$60, or now $150 more than the Roam 1) to cover the upgrade. The 2017 Roam 1 was to stay with exactly the same spec Deore components, and retain the same price. (The Canadian website still hasn't been updated, but as I said, my LBS showed me their website and spec sheet to confirm the specs before ordering).

Well, the Roam 0 came in, but other than the new 2017 frame and new crosscut tires that are on the 2017 spec sheet (vs the old 2016 frame and slick tires), it has all of the old 2016 Deore drivetrain components, and the price is indeed increased to $1099.

Now in my LBS's defense, they were at a loss to explain this when the bike came in 2-1/2 weeks ago, and they have spent the time since then trying to sort it out and get an explanation and satisfactory solution from Giant, but as of today, to no avail. The Giant Canadian sales rep that they contacted took a week to confirm that as far as Canada is concerned, the drivetrain *is* supposed to be upgraded to SLX; but he was not able to explain why a truckload of them shipped with last year's parts. He has apparently been trying to get an explanation from Giant Tiawan where they are actually assembled for the rest of the time but in 1-1/2 weeks has not gotten anything back from the plant.

So again, in my LBS's defense, they went ahead and changed the components to M670 SLX from their own retail stock, and said if I want the bike I can take it like that now and they will duke it out with Giant on their own. But since they are not able to confirm what the bike is actually supposed to have on it (the spec sheet lists "SLX" but not actual model numbers like Trek and some others do), and knowing that for 2016/2017 Shimano completely redesigned and upgraded the SLX models to the M7000 series (which are supposedly lighter, and perform better) I am not comfortable taking the risk on what Giant is going to ultimately end up doing. It could be one of 3 things - tell the LBS to sell the bikes at last year's price instead of the $60 increase, since they have last year's spec; or agree to upgrade them to M670 parts; or upgrade them to M7000 parts.

If it ends up being the former (sell at a discount), I'm not that keen to go for it since it's not a big enough step up from the Roam 1 for the cost; and if the latter (upgrade to M7000), then I would not want to take the bike with the M670 parts the LBS is offering now since they would be (somewhat) inferior. If it infact turns out they are supposed to come with the M670 parts, then I guess the LBS's current solution is the right thing, but as I said, why should I take the risk and be left with a bitter taste over this? I know it's splitting hairs over component specs, you can call me petty over that if you want, but since I'm paying full retail price and not haggling over price whatsoever, I believe I should get the full product it was intended to be, whatever that is; although it appears that not even Giant knows at this point...

So for the time being, I'm arguably ticked off at Giant. I told the LBS to keep the bike for now. We're nearly out of cycling season here in Canada anyway (maybe 3-4 more comfortable weeks left before it starts getting pretty cold and dark in our short evenings). I might just try again in the spring when Giant sorts this mess out and ships properly assembled bikes here. Or, since as I noted I'm pretty ticked at Giant over this, I might just look elsewhere, even though I do believe there is still great value in this bike compared to the competition.

Sorry for the long rant, but it's been 2-1/2 weeks of sheer frustration over this (first world problem, I know!)

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A brief update on my Giant Roam saga... I got a call from the LBS today, fully a month since I posted the previous update; Giant *finally* decided just today that they are going to send the shop all of the M670 series SLX deraileurs and shifters to replace the ones on the bikes they shipped.

However, too little to late for me... after the fiasco I noted earlier, I posted a "want" ad on my local Kijiji that I was looking for either a Roam 0 or a Roam 1, and yesterday I received a message from someone who literally lives 2 blocks away from me selling a 2015 Roam 1 in excellent condition, in the size I need, with low mileage (reason for selling, moving from a house here to an apartment half way across the country and can't take the bike with her).

I checked it out an hour ago, and it doesn't even have the tread worn off the tires yet, with just a couple of minor scuffs in the paint on the drivetrain side from resting it against something in her garage. Otherwise virtually like new.

So it's sitting in *my* garage now :-)

I paid $400 CDN for it (that's $300 USD; she gave me the original bill from 18 months ago, when she paid $799 + taxes = $904 CDN).

I looked at the Roam 0 and 1 specs from 2015, 2016 and 2017, and the Roam 1's are all identical. The Roam 0's except for 2017 all had the same Deore drive train, with just a slightly better fork (NCX vs. NEX) and different (presumably slightly better) wheels... but the prices over the 3 model years have sure ramped up for essentially the same bike!

Anyway, for the price I paid, I think I got a pretty good deal on a great bike and am sure going to enjoy it next season! After the runaround I got trying to buy a new one, I just couldn't bring myself to pay Giant full retail dollars for that kind of service. But I'm still a Giant fanboy in the end.

Here's a low-res pic from the listing:



Will post a couple of better pictures on the weekend.

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Originally Posted by therealjoeblow
A brief update on my Giant Roam saga... I got a call from the LBS today, fully a month since I posted the previous update; Giant *finally* decided just today that they are going to send the shop all of the M670 series SLX deraileurs and shifters to replace the ones on the bikes they shipped.

However, too little to late for me... after the fiasco I noted earlier, I posted a "want" ad on my local Kijiji that I was looking for either a Roam 0 or a Roam 1, and yesterday I received a message from someone who literally lives 2 blocks away from me selling a 2015 Roam 1 in excellent condition, in the size I need, with low mileage (reason for selling, moving from a house here to an apartment half way across the country and can't take the bike with her).

I checked it out an hour ago, and it doesn't even have the tread worn off the tires yet, with just a couple of minor scuffs in the paint on the drivetrain side from resting it against something in her garage. Otherwise virtually like new.

So it's sitting in *my* garage now :-)

I paid $400 CDN for it (that's $300 USD; she gave me the original bill from 18 months ago, when she paid $799 + taxes = $904 CDN).

I looked at the Roam 0 and 1 specs from 2015, 2016 and 2017, and the Roam 1's are all identical. The Roam 0's except for 2017 all had the same Deore drive train, with just a slightly better fork (NCX vs. NEX) and different (presumably slightly better) wheels... but the prices over the 3 model years have sure ramped up for essentially the same bike!

Anyway, for the price I paid, I think I got a pretty good deal on a great bike and am sure going to enjoy it next season! After the runaround I got trying to buy a new one, I just couldn't bring myself to pay Giant full retail dollars for that kind of service. But I'm still a Giant fanboy in the end.

Here's a low-res pic from the listing:



Will post a couple of better pictures on the weekend.

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Well done, now you have money that can be put to accessories. ;p
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Originally Posted by therealjoeblow
However, too little to late for me... after the fiasco I noted earlier, I posted a "want" ad on my local Kijiji that I was looking for either a Roam 0 or a Roam 1, and yesterday I received a message from someone who literally lives 2 blocks away from me selling a 2015 Roam 1 in excellent condition, in the size I need, with low mileage (reason for selling, moving from a house here to an apartment half way across the country and can't take the bike with her).

I checked it out an hour ago, and it doesn't even have the tread worn off the tires yet, with just a couple of minor scuffs in the paint on the drivetrain side from resting it against something in her garage. Otherwise virtually like new.

So it's sitting in *my* garage now :-)

I paid $400 CDN for it (that's $300 USD; she gave me the original bill from 18 months ago, when she paid $799 + taxes = $904 CDN).


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Congrats!!
I might someday buy a new bike from LBS. However there are some seriously good deals on used bikes that really haven't been used, for about half price.



On your Roam, IMO the SLX - deore argument on Roam is really weak. I mean for $60 or so yea go SLX, but at that price difference I'd buy the color I liked best! Entry level wheels are entry level wheels. and forks? coil to coil all the same after riding air.

enjoy your ride, and enjoy the money you saved! buy some lights. Maybe some SKS fenders. A pump, tubes, bag, and a multitool.
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I might someday buy a new bike from LBS. However there are some seriously good deals on used bikes that really haven't been used, for about half price.



On your Roam, IMO the SLX - deore argument on Roam is really weak. I mean for $60 or so yea go SLX, but at that price difference I'd buy the color I liked best! Entry level wheels are entry level wheels. and forks? coil to coil all the same after riding air.

enjoy your ride, and enjoy the money you saved! buy some lights. Maybe some SKS fenders. A pump, tubes, bag, and a multitool.
Or beer, don't forget beer. Enjoy.
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Or beer, don't forget beer. Enjoy.
Yep, well, since cycling season is just about over for this year, I'll probably do just that, beer over the winter. Then by next spring my wife will have forgotten about all my other toy spending this year and I can start again in the spring with a clean slate, or at least fly under her radar for a while :-)

Thanks for all the positive input guys!

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Originally Posted by zorrofox
Or beer, don't forget beer. Enjoy.
Unfortunately my $75 Schwinn Crosscut Got new older wheels. A deal none the less, but now I am $140. I am sitting on a 6600 Ultegra crankset 130 bcd. So I just ordered a Wolftooth 42t stop-drop chainring. (Expensive little chainrings) however it was on sale $65. $205 bike now.

That also means I need to spend more $ now. Least expensive option will be a 9 speed chain and leave it as a 1x7. Best solution is buying clutched 10 speed RD, cassette and a 10s chain. with a Zee or Saint shifter.

Yeah, I'll never have any beer money..... and this Crosscut will soon be more expensive that slightly used newer bikes on the market. Ohhh but Lugged and double butted chro-moly frame.
(a frame manufactured by Giant even)
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His and hers Hers is really a flat bar road bike and I guess mine will be too as soon as I switch to more of a road tire, not sure when that will be though.

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Giant Prodigy

I just recently bought it on craiglists in great condition. All the components are matching up to the 1995 model

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Originally Posted by logictonic
I just recently bought it on craiglists in great condition. All the components are matching up to the 1995 model

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Nice find! That looks in awesome shape for a 21 year old bike!

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