Fathom 1
Fathom 1
Fathom 1
Fathom 1
Fathom 1
Fathom 1

Fathom 1

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Crank up steep climbs with smooth efficiency. Swoop down singletrack descents with speed and confidence. This hardtail 29er delivers a balanced ride on xc terrain.

FEATURES:

  • Trail tuned design: Balanced geometry with a 75-degree seattube angle puts the rider in a powerful pedaling position on climbs, while a slacker 66-degree head angle boosts confidence and control on technical descents.
  • Responsive handling: Lightweight ALUXX SL aluminum hardtail frame offers agile acceleration and maneuverability to help riders climb, corner and hammer the flats with efficiency and speed.
  • Smooth control: Giant Crest 34 suspension fork with 130mm of travel absorbs roots, rocks and ruts. Grippy, high-volume tires boost traction on rugged terrain. And a dropper seatpost with handlebar remote lets you adjust saddle height on the fly for confident positioning on changing terrain.

SPECS:

Frame ALUXX SL-Grade Aluminum
Fork Giant Crest 34 SL RCL, 130mm, 44mm offset, Boost 15x110
Rear Shock N/A
Rims/Wheels Giant AM 27.5, tubeless ready sleeve-joint rim, 30mm inner width
Hubs alloy, sealed
Spokes stainless
Tires Maxxis Ardent Race 27.5x2.6, folding, TR
Crankset SRAM SX Eagle, S:165mm, M:170mm, L:170mm, XL:170mm
Chainrings 30t
Bottom Bracket SRAM DUB, press fit
Chain SRAM SX Eagle
Front Derailleur N/A
Rear Derailleur SRAM NX Eagle
Cassette/Rear Cogs
SRAM SX Eagle, 11x50
Shifters SRAM SX Eagle, 1x12
Handlebars Giant Contact TR35, 780x35mm
Stem Giant Contact SL 35 S:40mm, M:40mm, L:50mm, XL:50mm
Brakes Shimano BR-MT420/410, hydraulic, Shimano RT-26 rotors [F]180mm, [R]180mm
Pedals Platform
Saddle Giant Romero
Seat Post Giant Contact Switch dropper, remote S: 125mm travel / 30.9 x 395mm M: 125mm travel / 30.9 x 395mm L: 150mm travel / 30.9 x 440mm XL: 170mm travel / 30.9 x 450mm
*In the bicycle industry, suppliers and factories sometimes change specs without notice and state that they are "subject to change without notice". This is because bicycles are made from hundreds of parts which come from dozens of vendors. Parts are sometimes updated to the most current production generation/iteration one gets better or more current parts or a comparable part. Product specifications are subject to change without notice.