Giant ToughRoad SLR 2

Giant ToughRoad SLR 2
$1,000.00
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Fly through city streets. Climb a rugged mountain pass. Ride some gravel or venture into the woods. Now you can do it all on one ride, with one quick and capable machine.

With its lightweight ALUXX SLR aluminum frame and a smooth-handling composite fork to take the edge off bumpy roads and trails, ToughRoad SLR is made for adventure on unpredictable terrain. Featuring fast and stable 700c wheels and flat-bar rider positioning, it has a ride quality that’s rugged yet agile. The D-Fuse seatpost adds compliance, and the bike is fitted with wide tires to smooth out rough terrain. Powerful disc brakes give you all-weather control, and customized front and rear racks accommodate multiple bags for long trips.

Specs

Frame ALUXX SLR-Grade Aluminum
Fork Advanced-Grade Composite, alloy OverDrive steerer
Rims/Wheels Giant GX28 disc wheelset
Hubs Giant GX28 disc wheelset
Spokes Giant GX28 disc wheelset
Tires Sycamore S, 60tpi
Crankset Shimano FC-MT210
Chainrings 22/32/44
Bottom Bracket Shimano
Chain KMC X9 w/Missing Link
Front Derailleur Shimano Acera
Rear Derailleur Shimano Alivio
Cassette/Rear Cogs Shimano HG201, 11x34
Shifters Shimano Acera, 3x9
Handlebars Giant Contact XC, 31.8
Stem Giant Connect, 8°
Brake Levers Shimano
Brakes Shimano BL-MT201, hydraulic disc
Saddle Contact Comfort (neutral)
Seat Post Giant D-Fuse, alloy
Accessories & Extras DT X-Defender/chainstay protector

Reviews

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4.5

(based on 6 reviews)

66%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Comfortable  (2)
  • Lightweight 
  • Powerfull shimano disc brakes 
  • Strong had tube 
  • Brakes 

Cons

  • Very hard saddle?, sucks 
  • Drive chain 
  • Creaky rear end with rack and panniers?, flimsy 
  • Drivetrain 
  • Sub standard wheel set for trekking and touring 

Best Uses

  • Commuting 
  • Gravel 
  • Gravel road 
  • Trails 
  • Commuter 
  • Paved road 
  • Commute 
  • Comfort 
  • Roads 

REVIEWS

Reviewed by 6 customers

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4

A great all terrain bike, and comfortable!

By 

from Lehigh Valley, PA

About Me Intermediate

Pros

  • Packs Well
  • Breathability
  • Comfortable
  • Durable

Cons

  • Drive chain

Best Uses

  • Paved road
  • Gravel road
  • Commute
  • Comfort

Comments:

I purchased this after Thanksgiving in 2017. I initially looked for Giant Roam as an all-rounder for my fitness purpose. However, after trying this Toughroad, the comfortable ride immediately swayed me toward this bike. Considering Roam has a front suspension and this one does not, it is amazing! Several strength points: -- Relatively thick tires (700X50c) is comfortable and having solid grips on all different kinds of road surface -- Carbon forks and D-Fuse seatpost add further absorption of bumps and vibrations -- Drive chain (44/32/22 in front, 11X34 9-speed in rear) is more than sufficient -- Relatively light for this kind of all terrain bike (about 12.5kg) -- Flat bar will not lead you seeing a chiropactor -- Hydraulic brakes works fantastically Things to improve: -- Changing gear should be smoother. As a matter of fact, my old Giant Sedona changes gear more smoothly. -- For competitive fast lane bikers, you may want to have a drop bar for more aggressive riding -- I changed D-Fuse Seatpost from original aluminum to composite and found it even more comfortable. I wish it came with factory built composite seatpost. -- I do not mind changing to a narrower tires (eg. 700X38 or 700X32) to exchange for more nimble and faster ride. Mountain riders may oppose, though. I am more leaning to regular road. Overall, a very capable bike! No problem with rough roads. Not too slow on regular roads. This is a great hybrid all around bike out there that you can buy.

4

Overall it's a good bike, nice rgged fork.

By 

from Bend oregon

About Me

Pros

  • Powerfull shimano disc brakes
  • Fast and nimble
  • Strong welds and head tube is good designed?
  • Rigged fork is nice
  • Strong had tube

Cons

  • Very hard saddle?, sucks
  • Creaky rear end with rack and panniers?, flimsy
  • Sub standard wheel set for trekking and touring
  • Cheap and noisy drive terrain

Best Uses

Comments:

It's lighter than my last hard tail, fast and nimble and looks really nice. The Drive terrain is cheap and noisy, shifts good tho, it came with a very loose cassette!!!. I really like the rigged fork, the rear drop out seems flimsy when a rack is on with minimal weight, very creaky rear end reverberating through the frame. Not sure about how tuff the wheels are. I wouldn,'t go on a fully loaded tour on these light sub standard wheels and hubs. I will be up grading to a better quality mavic rims and Shimano XT hubs and drive terrain for sure!

5

Love at first ride

By 

from Santa Clara

About Me

Comments:

What can I say? It's gorgeous, rugged, and a joy to ride. I have a large. It's a big bike, but light. Feels sturdy, but light and flickable, under this 200 pound six footer.

4

Giant Toughroad

By 

from Delafield, WI

About Me Intermediate

Pros

  • Fun To Ride
  • Versitile
  • Brakes

Cons

  • Drivetrain

Best Uses

  • Commuting
  • Trails

Comments:

Overall a very cool bike. Probably one of the best all around do it all bikes. The brakes are excellent. Big downside for me is that when the chain is on the middle chainring, you get major chainrub on the front derailleur when in either of the smallest three gears on the rear sprocket. Neither Fitchburg or another bike shop (Bike Doctor) could tune it out. Fitchburg stated that it is just the case with triple chainrings. I have ridden other triples that had zero chainrub. The bike mechanic at another shop told me that you should never have chainrub in the middle chainring, but he could not tune it out. Either way, you'll have a loud rattle when using the higher rear gears when in the middle chainring. Consider getting the next model up with the SRAM drivetrain.

5

Solid, light, right price

By 

from Urbandale, IA

About Me Intermediate

Pros

  • Lightweight
  • Comfortable
  • Good Value

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Gravel
    • Roads
    • Commuter

    Comments:

    Great bike for the money. The second Giant bike I've owned. Components are fine. Brakes are very good. Love the rigid forks. Looked for a VERY long time to find something like this.

    5

    This bike is Tough!

    By 

    from Bakersfield, Ca.

    About Me Intermediate

    Comments:

    I use this bike everyday to get to work and everywhere else. This bike is fast and fun! Looks good and rides great! I'm glad to own it.

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