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Granite 2.0

Product code: 120100

Size: 49cm Small, 52cm Medium, 55cm Large, 58cm X Large

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Granite 2.0

A true all conditions all-rounder. Not only suited for dirt road riding, but also perfect for the rigours of a daily commute with the option of a bit of fun on the weekends thrown in. Featuring a carbon fork, Shimano Claris gearing and TRP Spyre disc brakes, you’ll be comfortable off the beaten track in no time.

Product code: 120100


Size: 49cm Small, 52cm Medium, 55cm Large, 58cm X Large


Did you know that for every bike we sell (including this one) we will plant a tree? Yes, that’s correct. By buying a Reid, not only will you be getting an awesome bike at a great price, you’ll be planting a tree in the process, sustaining the environments that we love to ride in! Well done you!



Find your way to work each day and then get lost on the weekend. Simply put, Gravel-grinders (AKA All-Road, Adventure Road or Dirt-Road-Racers) are like a CX (Cyclocross) bike built for Endurance riding.

The Reid Granite 2.0 possesses a lightweight 6061 alloy frame and custom carbon fork. Moreover, this bike has front/rear rack and mudguard mounts and extra clearance for wide tyres.

Getting to work or loading up for a weekend of bike trekking? The Reid Granite 2.0 has you covered. The features that make these bikes perfect for dirty distance racing across varied terrain also make them perfect for all-conditions commuting.


Frame Double butted alloy with dropped chainstays, luggage mounts and enhanced clearance
Fork Custom carbon fibre with front rack mounts and disc mounts
Shifters Shimano Claris STI
Front derailleur Shimano Claris
Rear derailleur Shimano Claris
Freewheel / cassette Shimano 8-speed cassette (11-32t)
Chainset Shimano Sora 50/34T Hollowtech
Chain KMC Z7
Bottom bracket Shimano Hollowtech
Brakes TRP Spyre disc brakes with160mm rotors
Brake Levers Shimano Claris STI
Wheelset rim Alex MD17 alloy
Hub Joytech alloy QR
Tyres WTB Riddler 700 x 37C
Handlebars Reid compact alloy race bar
Stem 1-1/8″ alloy, oversize
Grips Reid CX race tape
Saddle Reid CX Race
Seatpost Reid alloy 27.2mm micro adjust
Pedals VP 535 platform

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Main    Measurement    RC Length    Wheelbase    Front Center    BB Drop    Seat Tube Angle    Head Tube Angle    Seat Tube Length    Head Tube Length    Fork Rake/ Offset    Fork Length, Full    Top Tube Length
Measurement 49 cm 52 cm 55 cm 58 cm
Top Tube Length 529 545 561 578
Seat Tube Length 490 520 550 520
Head Tube Length 143 160 178 195
Seat Tube Angle 74 73.5 73 72.5
Head Tube Angle 70 70 71 71
RC Length 430 430 430 430
BB Drop 70 70 70 70
Fork Rake/ Offset 45 45 45 45
Front Centre 602 608 614 619
Wheelbase 1023 1028 1034 1039
Fork Length, Full 390 390 390 390

* Length measurements are in millimetres, unless otherwise stated.

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5 reviews for Granite 2.0

  1. MadMat

    Just a great and comfortable bike to punt around on, no matter what the conditions. Fun on the transition stages between road and track, dirt track that is! The carbon fork adds to the comfort value too. Just a great value bike with killer looks and smooth gearing for those on a “sensible” budget.

  2. Stu

    For those of you looking to get an adventure road bike but without breaking the bank, then the Reid Granite is a great option to consider. While the weight could be offputting for some, its stability, strength and good looks is what draws me back.

  3. CW

    I’ve been riding one of these for a while. Drive train is what you’d consider basic (8×2 speeds) but it’s proper Shimano STI so shifts well, is reliable and at the end of the day you don’t really lose out on all that much compared to the top end. Do note however my S-size frame came with 175mm cranks which is ridiculously long. I assume they put the same length cranks on all sizes so that’s a corner cut and marks deducted.

    The fork is a quality piece of component but the weld job on the frame is very average. It doesn’t look like it’ll break but hardly pretty either. Leaves you wonder whether it was done by an apprentice. I wish they smoothed out the weld like they do on their cheaper Urban X2, so I assume it doesn’t cost a whole lot more and I’d have been happy to pay for it.

  4. Johnny

    Fantastic bike and looks great. Very affordable and is exceptionally nice to ride.

  5. Colin

    For the money, this Reid is pretty tough to beat. It performs well above its price point, and it’s great-looking too. Whether you’re looking to get into gravel grinding, or are just after a budget-friendly commuter that can handle everything from dirt paths and bump shared pavement to smooth tarmac, the Granite is worth a look.

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