EMTB Giant Reign rear triangle replacement

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Posted: May 12, 2021 at 22:31 Quote
Hi,

I have a Giant Reign E+ Pro 1 2020 and doing Enduro I hit the rear triangle It was a big hit and I damage the top left tube.

I took it to my bike shop and they said I can keep riding the bike, and also said it will cost around $1,500 dlls to change it.

I was looking over the web for rear triangle replacement but I couldn't find anything related, does any of you guys knows where I can look for giant parts?

Regards.

Posted: May 12, 2021 at 22:42 Quote
Cegremy wrote:
Hi,

I have a Giant Reign E+ Pro 1 2020 and doing Enduro I hit the rear triangle It was a big hit and I damage the top left tube.

I took it to my bike shop and they said I can keep riding the bike, and also said it will cost around $1,500 dlls to change it.

I was looking over the web for rear triangle replacement but I couldn't find anything related, does any of you guys knows where I can look for giant parts?

Regards.

Carbon or alloy? either could be fixed for far less.

Posted: May 13, 2021 at 10:36 Quote
mtbtrekracer wrote:
Cegremy wrote:
Hi,

I have a Giant Reign E+ Pro 1 2020 and doing Enduro I hit the rear triangle It was a big hit and I damage the top left tube.

I took it to my bike shop and they said I can keep riding the bike, and also said it will cost around $1,500 dlls to change it.

I was looking over the web for rear triangle replacement but I couldn't find anything related, does any of you guys knows where I can look for giant parts?

Regards.

Carbon or alloy? either could be fixed for far less.

It is Alloy.

Posted: May 13, 2021 at 14:25 Quote
Cegremy wrote:
Hi,

I have a Giant Reign E+ Pro 1 2020 and doing Enduro I hit the rear triangle It was a big hit and I damage the top left tube.

I took it to my bike shop and they said I can keep riding the bike, and also said it will cost around $1,500 dlls to change it.

I was looking over the web for rear triangle replacement but I couldn't find anything related, does any of you guys knows where I can look for giant parts?

Regards.

If the bike shop said you can keep riding it then why bother with replacing it? Unless you're bothered by the appearance. If you had a picture of the area some guys here may give you their perspective on whether you should worry about riding it.

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