Granite 1.0 Gravel Bike

Built for long rides that can lead anywhere - the Granite gravel grinder bike range is popular with all kinds of riders looking for a fast and durable do-it-all rig.

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Built for long rides that can lead anywhere - the Granite gravel grinder bike range is popular with all kinds of riders looking for a fast and durable do-it-all rig.

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Simply put, Gravel-grinders (All-Road, Adventure Road or Dirt-Road-Racers) are like a Cyclocross (CX) bike built for Endurance and all-terrain riding. The features that make these bikes perfect for dirty distance racing across varied terrain also make them perfect for commuting in all conditions. Whether it’s a rough commute in the wet or a weekend off-road exploration, the Granite gravel bikes range is made tough to perform in all conditions.

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Built around an alloy frame and fork with durable parts chosen to keep the weight down, the Granite 1.0 is your affordable entry into the exciting category of gravel grinders. The bike is designed with comfortable endurance geometry. With extras like front and rear rack mounts, you can set this bike up for commuting, touring or off-road racing.

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Proven Shimano Tourney 2x7 gearing gives you a wide range of options to cover everything from high speed descents to tough dirt-road climbs. Made to ride no matter what the weather looks like, the Granite 1.0 gravel bike features Tektro mechanical disc brakes that give unmatched performance in the wet at a value price-point. With 32C Kenda tyres on double-wall Alex MD17 alloy rims, quick release hubs and a comfortable All-Road saddle - this bike is full of smart choices and built to give years of faithful service.

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Our range of Gravel Bikes all come with the industry leading Lifetime Frame Warranty, 2 years on parts and Two Free Services within 12 months of purchase at any Reid store. Visit our stores to try the bikes or shop online for our 30 Day Test Ride to guarantee you get a great deal.

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Key Features

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  • Lightweight 6061 hydroformed alloy frame and fork with integrated disc and rack mounts.
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  • Shimano 14-speed Tourney gearing with a 50/34 chainset and 12-32 cassette for a simple setup with a large range of gears.
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  • Tektro mechanical disc brakes and Kenda 32C All-Road tyres provide superior stopping power even in the wet and mud.
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  • Built to keep going – the Granite 1.0 runs on tough, lightweight Alex MD17 rims to give years of faithful service.
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  • 12.40 kg
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  • Lifetime frame and fork warranty, 2 years warranty on parts and two free services within 12 months of purchase to guarantee you get a great deal.
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INSTORE / CLICK & COLLECT BIKE ORDERS

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Bikes purchased Click & Collect or instore from our Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide or Perth stores are fully assembled by a bike mechanic and ready to ride.

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ONLINE BIKE ORDERS

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For online home delivery orders, bikes are shipped in a box 85% assembled and require some basic final assembly like turning handlebars and inserting pedals. Click here for our Assembly Video Guides that give instructions on how to do this step-by-step.

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FAQ - Gravel & Cyclocross

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WHAT IS A GRAVEL GRINDER?

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Think of it as similar to a CX bike built for Endurance riding that is also perfect for all-conditions commuting over distance.

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TYRES

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Gravel bikes typically run a 32-35mm wide tyre (as opposed to your standard Road bike at 23-25mm). Depending on the intended purpose of the bike, these tyres can often feature a small tread for traction in the dirt. These larger tyres help protect the rim against damage, reduces punctures, improves comfort in the saddle and they’ll also leave you less fatigued after riding along bumpy surfaces all day.

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GEARING

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Gravel creates more rolling resistance so these bikes get a little more emphasis at the lower end of the range. Durability of moving parts is also key for Gravel bikes given the rough conditions they are made to ride in - our gearing choices reflect this consideration.

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FRAME

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Both Gravel and CX bikes have strong frames and forks that are built tough for harsh treatment. The bikes feature clearance for the bigger tyres and any mud, and plenty of front/rear rack mounts for bikepacking, touring and fully loaded commuting.

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Although similar to Cyclocross bikes, Gravel-grinders feature more relaxed geometry with a slacker head tube angle, a lower centre of gravity and longer tube lengths for a more comfortable ride over longer distances. Cyclocross bikes are designed to accelerate fast and corner quickly at lower speeds, but this can feel a bit ‘twitchy’ on endurance rides along wide-open gravel roads or long regular commutes.

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BRAKES

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Most quality gravel bikes feature disc brakes as they perform better in all conditions. If you’ve ever ridden to work in the wet, you’ll understand how this reliable power and control translates to a safer commute.

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Built for long rides that can lead anywhere - the Granite gravel grinder bike range is popular with all kinds of riders looking for a fast and durable do-it-all rig.

Simply put, Gravel-grinders (All-Road, Adventure Road or Dirt-Road-Racers) are like a Cyclocross (CX) bike built for Endurance and all-terrain riding. The features that make these bikes perfect for dirty distance racing across varied terrain also make them perfect for commuting in all conditions. Whether it’s a rough commute in the wet or a weekend off-road exploration, the Granite gravel bikes range is made tough to perform in all conditions.

Built around an alloy frame and fork with durable parts chosen to keep the weight down, the Granite 1.0 is your affordable entry into the exciting category of gravel grinders. The bike is designed with comfortable endurance geometry. With extras like front and rear rack mounts, you can set this bike up for commuting, touring or off-road racing.

Proven Shimano Tourney 2x7 gearing gives you a wide range of options to cover everything from high speed descents to tough dirt-road climbs. Made to ride no matter what the weather looks like, the Granite 1.0 gravel bike features Tektro mechanical disc brakes that give unmatched performance in the wet at a value price-point. With 32C Kenda tyres on double-wall Alex MD17 alloy rims, quick release hubs and a comfortable All-Road saddle - this bike is full of smart choices and built to give years of faithful service.

Our range of Gravel Bikes all come with the industry leading Lifetime Frame Warranty, 2 years on parts and Two Free Services within 12 months of purchase at any Reid store. Visit our stores to try the bikes or shop online for our 30 Day Test Ride to guarantee you get a great deal.

Key Features

 

  • Lightweight 6061 hydroformed alloy frame and fork with integrated disc and rack mounts.
  • Shimano 14-speed Tourney gearing with a 50/34 chainset and 12-32 cassette for a simple setup with a large range of gears.
  • Tektro mechanical disc brakes and Kenda 32C All-Road tyres provide superior stopping power even in the wet and mud.
  • Built to keep going – the Granite 1.0 runs on tough, lightweight Alex MD17 rims to give years of faithful service.
  • 12.40 kg
  • Lifetime frame and fork warranty, 2 years warranty on parts and two free services within 12 months of purchase to guarantee you get a great deal.

 

INSTORE / CLICK & COLLECT BIKE ORDERS

Bikes purchased Click & Collect or instore from our Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide or Perth stores are fully assembled by a bike mechanic and ready to ride.

ONLINE BIKE ORDERS

For online home delivery orders, bikes are shipped in a box 85% assembled and require some basic final assembly like turning handlebars and inserting pedals. Click here for our Assembly Video Guides that give instructions on how to do this step-by-step.

 

FAQ - Gravel & Cyclocross

WHAT IS A GRAVEL GRINDER?

Think of it as similar to a CX bike built for Endurance riding that is also perfect for all-conditions commuting over distance.

TYRES

Gravel bikes typically run a 32-35mm wide tyre (as opposed to your standard Road bike at 23-25mm). Depending on the intended purpose of the bike, these tyres can often feature a small tread for traction in the dirt. These larger tyres help protect the rim against damage, reduces punctures, improves comfort in the saddle and they’ll also leave you less fatigued after riding along bumpy surfaces all day.

GEARING

Gravel creates more rolling resistance so these bikes get a little more emphasis at the lower end of the range. Durability of moving parts is also key for Gravel bikes given the rough conditions they are made to ride in - our gearing choices reflect this consideration.

FRAME

Both Gravel and CX bikes have strong frames and forks that are built tough for harsh treatment. The bikes feature clearance for the bigger tyres and any mud, and plenty of front/rear rack mounts for bikepacking, touring and fully loaded commuting.

Although similar to Cyclocross bikes, Gravel-grinders feature more relaxed geometry with a slacker head tube angle, a lower centre of gravity and longer tube lengths for a more comfortable ride over longer distances. Cyclocross bikes are designed to accelerate fast and corner quickly at lower speeds, but this can feel a bit ‘twitchy’ on endurance rides along wide-open gravel roads or long regular commutes.

BRAKES

Most quality gravel bikes feature disc brakes as they perform better in all conditions. If you’ve ever ridden to work in the wet, you’ll understand how this reliable power and control translates to a safer commute.

Frame Reid 6061 Hydroformed Alloy Frame w/ dropped chainstays rack & mudguard mounts
Fork Reid Alloy Fork w/ integrated disc and rack mounts
Shifters Shimano Tourney A070 Integrated STI
Front Derailleur Shimano Tourney A070
Rear Derailleur Shimano Tourney A070
Freewheel / Cassette Shimano HG200 7-speed (12-32t)
Chain KMC Z7
Bottom Bracket NECO B908 Sealed Bearing
Brakes Tektro MD-C400 Mechanical Disc Brake
Brake Levers Shimano Tourney A070 Integrated STI
Hubs KT Alloy Quick Release F & R
Wheelset / Rim Alex MD17 Double Wall Alloy Disc Specific 14G Stainless Spoke w/ brass nipple
Tyres Kenda K-1053 All Road 700 x 32C
Handlebars Reid 31.8mm Compact Oversized Butted Alloy Dropbar Reach 72mm Drop 120mm
Stem Reid Alloy Race Stem threadless 100mm 7° pitch
Grips Reid Shockproof Microfiber BarTape
Saddle Reid All Road
Seatpost Reid Alloy 27.2mm Micro Adjust 15mm offset 2 Bolt Clamp
Pedals VP 990A
Weight 12.4 kg (Medium Frame)
Chainset Prowheel Alloy 170mm 50/34T
Rider Weight Limit The maximum weight limit for our adult bikes is 100 KG. This includes the rider weight plus any bags accessories basket contents or backpacks etc.

We continually work to improve our products so designs and specifications are subject to change. Please contact us to confirm if you have any questions.

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This series of how-to video guides will take you through each step of assembling and tuning your new Granite 1.0 Gravel Bike. Watch the series or choose the tasks you need help with:

HOW TO: Unbox Your New Bike
HOW TO: Install Seatpost
HOW TO: Install Pedals
HOW TO: Inflate Your Tyres
HOW TO: Do a Quick Bike Fit
HOW TO: Tune Rear Derailleur
HOW TO: Tune Front Derailleur
HOW TO: Adjust Disc Brakes
HOW TO: Install Quick Release Wheel
HOW TO: Insert A-Head Stem Handlebars
Assembly instructions guide

If you prefer to work from step-by-step diagrams, you can use this Assembly Instruction Guide for key points on all basic areas of bike assembly.

Need more assistance?

Please contact Customer Service for friendly expert advice to help you get your bike ready to ride. We welcome your questions as they will help us to improve the instructions we provide in future.

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