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Gallery: Giant Revolt Advanced race-tested at BWR Kansas

I broke the seatpost, finished second, and had a blast.

I raced the new Giant Revolt Advanced Pro 0 at Belgian Waffle Ride Kansas. It was a blast.

I got second in the 70-mile Wafer, and got towed behind Remco Evenepoel and Mattia Cattaneo of Deceuninck-Quick-Step for a good portion of the day. They weren’t racing. I don’t care. I still walked around with the results sheet taped to my forehead for a week after the event — Ben 2nd, Remco 6th.

The route featured a full-on cyclocross course and a long singletrack section, where I managed to pop a tire and snap a seatpost, respectively. How? Read my full review of the Giant Revolt Advanced Pro 0, which includes my thoughts on the whole ‘can one geometry serve cyclocross and gravel’ debate.

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Thanks for reading, and enjoy the photos.