Giant Sedona

2018
 
5.0 stars
 (16 Reviews)
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Description

Smooth cruise.

Get comfortable with the cycling life. Sedona makes it easy to dial up your fitness and fun.

Designed for stable, confident handling, Sedona is a great way to explore the neighborhood. With its smooth-riding fat tires and upright positioning, you can ride bumpy roads or paths without any worries. Its lightweight aluminum frame and broad range of gears help you get up to speed and tackle the hills.

- ALUXX-grade butted aluminum frame
- Upright position for “heads-up” riding
- Suspension seatpost for added comfort
- Shimano 3x7-speed twist-shift drivetrain

Consumer Reviews

 
5.0 stars

(16 reviews)

100% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Stylish  (13)
  • Lightweight  (12)
  • Durable  (8)
  • Versatile  (8)
  • Comfortable  (8)
  • Smooth Ride  (7)

Cons

  • Heavy 
  • None 
  • Flimsy Components 
  • Geared A little to low 
  • Non- Versatile 
  • Uncomfortable Seating 

Best Uses

  • Street Riding  (14)
  • Leisurely Rides  (13)
  • Commuting  (10)
  • Light Trails  (7)
  • Cross training 
  • For Fun 

 
5.0
Jun 11, 2012

An excellent comfort bike!

Pros:
High quality shifters, Versatile, Mega range gear for hills, Lightweight, Durable
Cons:
None
Best Uses:
Road Biking
I bought the Giant Sedona as an upgrade to the dept store bike I purchased a few months prior. The dept store bike was fine for getting me started but had its issues with shifting and had to be constantly tweaked. The Giant Sedona is a much better quality bike and the aluminum frame is much lighter than my other which was steel. Also came with a very comfortable seat which allows many more miles to be ridden before taking a "butt" break. Shifting is fantastic...no hesitation...smooth and clean...also the mega range low gear is great for the steep hills should you run into one....makes it no problem...I've had my sedona for about 6 weeks and have put a little over 400 miles on it...all problem free...all I have had to do is clean the chain a couple times and lubricate....and a little cleaning. So far a fantastic comfort road bike.
by Mike W. from Oak Hall, VA

 
5.0
Aug 09, 2011

Great Bike

Pros:
Durable, Stylish, Versatile, Lightweight, Comfortable
Cons:
Best Uses:
I go biking with my son a lot, but we had cut back because my old bike was so uncomfortable. At 6 feet 8 inches tall I never thought I would find a comfortable bike, but this thing is amazing. Very comfortable, where normal mountain bikes are not (for me anyway). I love it and we go riding every night now. Great bike, you will not regret your purchase.
by duffer from Wisconsin

 
5.0
Dec 12, 2010

Great all around bike

Pros:
Stylish, Great Value, Easy maintenance, Durable, Comfortable, Versatile
Cons:
Best Uses:
Groomed trails, Light Trails, Cross training, Commuting, Leisurely Rides, Street Riding
I bought the bike on a quirk and haven't regretted it one bit. The saddle was a great fit [...]. I use this bike to train earlier in the season. The Sedona has the versatility to allow me to do both trails and street riding.
by Durandhills from Rockford,Il

 
4.0
Aug 23, 2010

A great comfort bike!

Pros:
Durable, Lightweight, Comfortable, Stylish
Cons:
Non- Versatile
Best Uses:
Commuting, Light Trails, Leisurely Rides, Street Riding
This is a nice bike, and is extremely comfortable. The only part i don't like about it is the grip shifters. the grip shifters are what make this not very good for riding trails. When you are going up a hill, you are always shifting.
by Jer from Cambridge, ON

 
5.0
May 04, 2010

Great value and a great bike

Pros:
Comfortable, Versatile, Durable, Stylish
Cons:
Best Uses:
Commuting, Street Riding, Leisurely Rides
Had mine for a year now. I love sitting upright. Very comfortable and I can see what is around me. I put 500 miles on the bike without any trouble. love it.
by BoyNamedSue from Minneapolis, MN

 
3.0
Aug 30, 2009

rear spokes broke due to my weight

Pros:
Comfortable, Stylish, Lightweight, Versatile
Cons:
Best Uses:
Street Riding, Commuting, Leisurely Rides
if you are a heavier guy i am 285 you will break rear spokes fyi. [...] other wise a great bike for the money !!!
by Dan from palm coast,fl

 
5.0
Jun 08, 2009

Great bike - great value

Pros:
Smooth Ride, Lightweight, Stylish, Stable Balance, Good Components
Cons:
Best Uses:
Light Trails, Leisurely Rides, Street Riding
My last bike just wasn't doing it any more. Plus getting parts and repairing it just didn't make sense. The folks at the store said the best value with all the features I wanted was the Sedona and have to say they were 100% right. I can't believe what a great bike this is! I tried it in the store parking lot and could not find anything I didn't like. While I was there,3 other folks tried Sedonas and they purchased the bike as well. Since I've gotten the bike, I've ridden pavement and trail and I can't wait to get home in the evening to go out riding. Plus my wife wants to get one next week so we can go riding together. Bottom line- great bike, great ride, and a solid value that can't be beat
by Jeff-G from NJ

 
4.0
May 11, 2009

First bike in a long time

Pros:
Stable Balance, Smooth Ride
Cons:
Flimsy Components
Best Uses:
Street Riding, Leisurely Rides
Picked up two of these last year. My wife likes the upright posture. These bikes are very comfortable for cruising around town. Have had some problems with the chain on my bike but that is most likely due to my large frame (280lbs). All in all great bike for getting back into bikes.
by LazyRider from Edmonton, AB

 
5.0
Oct 21, 2008

Excellent Bike - Just what I needed

Pros:
Good Components, Cushy seat, Stable Balance, Smooth Ride, Stylish
Cons:
Heavy
Best Uses:
Light Trails, Street Riding
I purchased this product for one thing - exercise. I just have to get my fat self into shape. I am 35 and tired of being fat. I didn't have much money, but I knew that I needed to do something. Unfortunately Century Cycles Medina was out of the '08 model in my size (6 foot tall)so I had to shell out the additional dough for the '09 (20% more expensive). OH well. For those of you worried about durability, I weigh 286 pounds currently (I was just over 300 when I started) and the bike is just fine. The bike is great looking and is EXTREMELY comfortable, even for my big bum. After about an hour of riding I still get a bit sore, but I have been going out almost every day for the past month, and besides losing weight, I have been able to go further and further without much pain (besides my muscles, that is). I guess that is why they call it a comfort bike. The only drawback is that the frame is a bit heavy for lifting, but considering the features included on this bike, (shocks and stuff) it is going to be heavier than a racing bike :) Speaking of racing be aware that the gearing of this bike is designed for comfort and not speed. You will max out the 21 gear at about 15 mph. It's fine for family riding or exercise, but I wouldn't enter a triathlon with this bike :)
by vbluguitar from Medina, OH

 
5.0
Oct 05, 2008

The Giant Sedona experiance"

Pros:
Good Components, Stylish, Lightweight, Stable Balance, Smooth Ride
Cons:
Best Uses:
Street Riding, Light Trails, Leisurely Rides, Commuting, Uneven Surfaces
Wow", I was trying to figure out how to make my Trek road bike more rider friendly and comfortable,seems the road bike position is laking so much everday ridability,.... I was miserable on it,..I called Cris at EC and he showed me the Sodona,in just about 30feet of peddiling out the door and down the sidewalk "I was HOOKED"! Then me and my German Shepard rode it all the way out onto the beach thru the soft sand and all over Honymoon Island, and all over the Trail,...wow what a fabulous do-all bike, its so comfy, when we rested i sat on the seat and enjoyed the sunset "Tanya" had a blast in the salt water, and could barly keep-up with me,...Thanks to Cris and Bob and their wonderful help I wish i had bought one a long time ago,...-collin
by Collin from Dunedin Fl

 
5.0
Sep 06, 2008

My Dream Bike

Pros:
Stylish, Lightweight, Stable Balance, Smooth Ride, Good Components
Cons:
Geared A little to low
Best Uses:
Leisurely Rides, Street Riding, For Fun, Commuting
I bought this bike two months ago to save on the cost of gas and get a little exercise(Iam 62 years old}. It's been twenty years since I last rode a bike I now ride this bike everywher(on smoothe surfaces), I wish I had this bike years ago. I put in about sixty miles a week on it. My wife is a little upset, because I out riding most of the time. This Giant is so smoothe and compfortable it's like hiding in a Lexus. Absolutey a fantistic buy and the PERFECT bike for me. I also feel better and sleep better. Nice job GIant........
by Olddog from Gardena, CA

 
5.0
Aug 24, 2008

I LOVE THIS BIKE

Pros:
Smooth Ride, Good Components, Lightweight, Stylish
Cons:
Uncomfortable Seating
Best Uses:
Leisurely Rides, Street Riding, Commuting
I just bought this bike and I'm so in love with it. All my friends are envious of me aswell because the bike to me was a steal. It rides so smooth and I just want to ride it all day. I'm thinking now that I can bike to work with this one. I would recommend this bike to anyone looking for comfort at a good price. Go get one you'll love it!!!
by NigelBroadway from Chicago,IL

 
5.0
Jul 08, 2008

Can't go wrong

Pros:
Stylish, Stable Balance, Good Components, Lightweight, Smooth Ride
Cons:
Best Uses:
Street Riding, Leisurely Rides, Light Trails, Commuting
I bought this bike from the old Village Bikes when it was Bikes and Java. [...]. This bike rides great on almost anything. It is durable, easy to ride and extremely dependable. I am very picky and I love it. My husband bought a bike at [...]. It was extremely heavy, a labor to ride and terrible technology. He hated riding with me. I soon bought him a great bike from Village Bikes. He rides every day now and loves it. When it comes to quality of life, don't short yourself. You can buy an affordable bike that is still decent quality at a bike store.
by Still moving from Sarasota, FL

 
4.0
Jul 25, 2007

i like it

Pros:
Lightweight, Comfortable, Durable, Versatile
Cons:
Best Uses:
Leisurely Rides, Street Riding, Commuting
i like this bike i have had it 3 weeks and have over 100 miles on it already
by Vrod from Fresno Ca.

 
4.0
Jun 18, 2007

Great choice for me

Pros:
Lightweight, Versatile, Comfortable, Durable, Stylish
Cons:
Best Uses:
Leisurely Rides, Street Riding
This is the first bicycle I've owned in over forty years, so I'm really a novice. I'm very pleased with the handling and ride of the Sedona, and believe it was an excellent choice for my "first" bike.
by Dave from Lee, MA

 
5.0
May 10, 2007

Wow! Cushy!

Pros:
Stylish, Durable, Versatile, Comfortable, Lightweight
Cons:
Best Uses:
Leisurely Rides, Light Trails, Commuting, Street Riding
This bike is cushy.
by Pete from Redding, CA