Giant Sedona DX

5.0 stars
 (10 Reviews)
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Go for a spin on the road, path or trail. Giant's Sedona DX lets you turn everyday rides into mini adventures. The Sedona is designed with the stable, confident stance of a mountain bike, including comfortable fat tires and upright positioning. But it’s equally at home just cruising the streets. With a lightweight aluminum frame, available suspension for off-road excursions, and a broad range of gears, it’s a bike that’s always ready to keep the adventure going.

Consumer Reviews

5.0 stars

(10 reviews)

100% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.


  • Comfortable  (4)
  • Good Components  (3)
  • Lightweight  (3)
  • Smooth Ride  (3)
  • Stylish  (3)
  • Smooth  (2)


  • Heavy  (3)
  • Tall 
  • Heavy 
  • none 

Best Uses

  • Street Riding  (5)
  • Light Trails  (4)
  • Leisurely Rides  (3)
  • Commuting  (2)
  • Can Adapt To Many Types 
  • Varied Uses 

Apr 02, 2018

Love my Giant Sedona bike

Best Uses:
Family biking every weekend and love this bike....smooth, easy to ride! LOVE It
by Sal from Marble hill mo

Jun 13, 2017


Best Uses:
WOW! I have been riding a trek mountain bike for about 25 years,I just could not take the riding position anymore,my neck would get so sore after an hour or so on the bike,so I decided to try a different type of bike,really glad I did!Just finished my first ever ride on this Sedona DX,probably rode 20 miles or so,absolute pleasure the whole time I was riding,no fatigue whatsoever,handles great,the seat and front fork soak up all bumps,I am really impressed!Very reasonably priced,in my opinion anyway! I am 54 years old,experienced rider and I highly recommend this bike!Can't wait for my next ride!
by Franky from Brookfield Wi

Apr 11, 2016

Really nice bike

Comfortable, Smooth
Best Uses:
Daily Excercise
I ride this bike daily and it is great. Mostly pavement with some mild trails. I got this bike from Andy Jordan's Bicycle Warehouse in Augusta, GA and those guys rock. As a beginner, they took time to explain the differences in types of bike, and they suggested this one. They were spot on.
by Fyr3fyt3r from Waynesboro, GA

Oct 16, 2014

Great Bike for heavier riders

Stable, Smooth, Comfortable
Best Uses:
Varied Uses, Can Adapt To Many Types
I bought a new bike after I was out of riding a Trek Mountain Single Track for about 10 years ago. I thought that my weight and size was going to not allow me to ride. However, once I got on the Sedona...and sitting upright, I felt so much more comfortable. I have lost over 90 lbs with the help of this bike. If you are looking to get back into riding or to just get started, this bike is a great choice. I now ride more of a road bike but I always come back to my Sedona for that relaxing ride.
by mhc100g from Sarasota, FL

Jun 14, 2013

Great Novice Bike

Durable, Lightweight, Versatile
Best Uses:
Commuting/City, Flat Trail
I am a 44 year old male who just got into riding. I am overweight and have a bad back/knees, but this Bike has been very comfortable to ride and thus far has been a real joy to ride. Actually, this is the 1st exercise/training that I have done in years that has me excited to exercise. I would recommend this bike to anyone who is looking for a comfortable bike that is capable of more when needed!
by Panthers 57 from South Lyon, MI

Jul 21, 2011

excellent bike

Lightweight, Comfortable
Best Uses:
Light Trails, Street Riding
My wife and i ride mostly on flat rail trails, the boardwalk at the beach, walkways etc.We both have the same Dx bikes and we love them. easy to ride, comfortable and the 24 speeds work well.i added the trunk bags to both bikes and we carry our cameras, water, jackets etc and you can not even tell they are on the back. I have been riding mountain bikes for years, when younger, now, this comfort bike is the best i have found in the price range for quality. and believe me, i looked everywhere. Also, the paint job is awesome on these bikes and get allot of attention while riding. would definitly buy again.
by DaDz Sedona from wallkill, new york

Jan 15, 2011


Durable, Lightweight, Stylish, Versatile, Comfortable
Best Uses:
Light Trails, Street Riding
I love this bike. Today we rode about 3 miles and it was wonderful. I have to say Chris at Offrampsbikes was great. We were able to pick the bikes we wanted and he and his team got them built the same day. It was great. I will be buying my next bike from the guys at offramp.
by Toolman from South San Jose, CA

Jul 27, 2008

A great bike to have

Stylish, Good Components, Smooth Ride, Stable Balance
Best Uses:
Commuting, Street Riding, Leisurely Rides, Light Trails
I have over 4000 miles on my Sedonna and it has been a fine ride. Great for jumping curbs, commuting, light trails, etc. Could use for fairly serious bike trails, but need to change to mountain bike tires. The shocks can handle the pounding. It is a heavy bike, but for my use, it has been worked out as a fine rider around town. I have an older version with the shock in the stem (a nice touch). Been through only one tire, and the components have been very good. Probably will either add new derailellerus at the end of the season. But other than that, it keeps trucking on.
by Dave from Novi, MI

Apr 06, 2008


Smooth Ride, Stylish, Good Components
Best Uses:
Leisurely Rides, Commuting, Street Riding
I had an older version of this bike. It wasn't as tall and I had no problems with it. When it got stolen last fall, I had a hard time finding something to replace it. I went back today to the supplier and found this bike. It's very slick and the components are much better than the GIANT SEDONA I had. But, being 6'1" l find this SEDONA to be a little tall for city riding.
by Sir Bikealot from Toronto,Canada

Feb 02, 2008

Just about 1000 miles

Smooth Ride, Good Components, Stable Balance, Seems to fit after adjust
Tall, Heavy
Best Uses:
Light Trails, Street Riding, Leisurely Rides
I like the way my Sodona DX Handles when I ride from my house to sandy bottom, round sandy botom and home. I get 7-8 miles of dirt and gravel and 4-5 milessteet. I ike the dirt better. I'm scared of street. I like the way the DX stops - diskes on both. Upgrades needed: Odometer, light, small basket
by Dar from Hamptn, VA


ALUXX-grade aluminum
SR Suntour NEX, 63mm travel
Giant Alloy, Double-wall
Kenda Multi-Surface, 26x1.95
Shimano M131
Bottom Bracket
Sealed Cartridge, Threaded
Front Derailleur
Shimano Altus
Rear Derailleur
Shimano Altus
Rear Cogs
SRAM PG-820 11x32, 8-speed
Shimano EF51
High-tensile steel, High rise, 25.4mm
Alloy, adjustable
Brake Levers
Alloy Comfort
Alloy, linear pull
Nylon w/ Anti-slip platform
Giant Comfort Groove Plus