Reign over the competition
The Giant Reign has long been known for being a plush, long-travel machine built for conquering climbs and obliterating descents. The Reign quickly became the bike of
choice for the most hard-core trail riders, later shifting its attention
towards enduro racers as the format began to grow. The goal for
the all-new 2018 Reign remains the same. With the help of new
technologies and input from Giant’s Factory Off-Road team, the
new Reign looks to dominate at local enduro races and give trail
riders the utmost confidence when barreling down the mountains.
Our test riders were amped to swing a leg over this new yet
familiar bike to see if Giant’s pioneer enduro machine could reign
over the competition.
WHO IS IT MADE FOR?
While the all-new Reign may have been designed for Giant’s
factory enduro racers, this isn’t purely a race machine. Sure, the
Reign requires a lot of speed to extract the full benefits of its
design, but skilled non-racers will find the Reign is just as fun off
the clock. The only thing the Reign demands from its rider is that
he hangs on tight and lets this wild machine take care of the rest.