The 2016 Giant Sedona is the successor to the 1987 Free Spirit Pinnacle as my daily rider bike.
Somewhere between the 1987 Pinnacle and the Huffy Superia I had a couple years ago, the Sedona is a comfort bike designed for easy cruising and getting from point A to point B while staying comfortable.
Unlike both of those bikes, the Sedona consists of name-brand components. The 21-speed drive-train is mostly made by Shimano, with Sram shifters.
To further make the Sedona my “ultimate” daily rider, I added an aftermarket wire basket.
As of December 2019, the Sedona is riding on 26×2.0″ Schwalbe Marathon tires. I did a ghetto tubeless setup using the “split tube” method on both tires, so the Sedona is now 100% tubeless.
2×7 (SR Suntour crankset)
Front: Shimano Altus
Rear: Shimano Tourney
SRAM MRX Pro, twist
Alloy w/ stainless steel spokes
Giant Comfort saddle
- Bell Lumina Hi-Lumen light set
- Wire basket (rear)
- Bell mini pump