Giant ATX 1 27.5 Charcoal Medium

£399.00 £359.10
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Navigate the streets, ride the bike path, or explore forest trails. Part mountain bike, with its flat handlebar and plush suspension bike, and part city bike, ATX is at home in any environment.

Closely related to Giant off-road bikes, ATX features the familiar flat-handlebar and 100mm suspension fork of a traditional XC mountain bike. A lightweight ALUXX aluminium frame, engineered with comfortable geometry for challenging terrain, adds to its rugged personality. It also uses size-specific wheel diameters—smaller size bikes use 26-inch wheels, while larger sizes use 27.5. This tailors the bike’s handling to every rider’s size and height. Powerful disc brake technology gives you confident handling in all weather or riding conditions, and integrated mounts let you easily add racks or fenders to suit your riding adventures.


All-terrain versatility

With a mountain bike style flat handlebar, suspension fork and disc brakes, you can ride road or trail with confidence.

Lightweight and durable

Frameset constructed with high-quality ALUXX aluminium.

Comfort and stability

Frame geometry puts the rider in a position that balances efficiency with stability on rough roads, paths or trails.

Frame Size: Medium
Frame: ALUXX-Grade Aluminum
Fork: SR Suntour XCT HLO 26/27.5, 100mm travel
Handlebar: Giant Sport XC, 31.8, alloy
Stem: Giant Sport alloy, 10-degree
Seat Post: Giant Sport, 30.9x350mm
Saddle: Contact Comfort (neutral)
Shifters: Shimano EF500 3x8
Derailleurs: Shimano Tourney / Shimano Acera M360
Brakes: TKB-172 customized mechanical disc for better braking force
Brake Levers: Shimano EF500
Cassette: Shimano HG31, 11x32
Chain: KMC Z7
Crank Set: ProWheel forged , 24/34/42
Bottom Bracket: cartridge
Rims: Giant GX28 disc wheelset
Tyres: Giant Quickcross, 27.5x2.1", 27.5x2.1" inner tube with 48mm Schrader valve
Extras: N/A
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