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TYPICAL FEATURES OF GIANT E-BIKES
In addition to a large number of new models with proven front-wheel drive, Giant has also expanded its range of rear-wheel-drive e-bikes, thus appealing to a broad target group.
Giant has developed a highly efficient system to combine the driver’s pedal power with the energy of the modern Sanyo electric motor.
The e-bikes from Giant for every area of use are equipped with state-of-the-art hybrid cycling technology: from the comfortable city e-bike, the demanding touring bike to the flexible trekking bike.
YOU SHOULD CONSIDER THESE POINTS WHEN BUYING A GIANT E-BIKE
When buying a Giant E-Bike, care should be taken to ensure that the frame size is tailored to the body size, so that an ergonomically optimal ride with the Giant E-Bike is possible. The modern e-bike should also be selected according to the area of application.
THE AREA OF APPLICATION
The company Giant offers e-bikes for various applications. Light city e-bikes for inner-city areas, flexible trekking bikes, or demanding touring bikes.
THE RANGE OR BATTERY SIZE
The battery size and the range should also be selected according to the area of application.
Comfort-oriented city e-bikes, which are used for commuting in the city, do not require an enormous range or battery size, in contrast to demanding e-bikes, which are used off-road and should have a long-range and corresponding battery size.
THE PROPULSION SYSTEM AND LOCATION
Giant e-bikes are available with front, rear or central drive. Mid-drive bikes are neutral and the position of the motor has no effect on the ride.
Touring bikes with strong front-wheel drive are recommended for long trips across the country.
THE POWER AND SPEED
E-bikes correspond to the third category of electrically powered bicycles, which can be compared to a moped, for example.
The e-bike can be ridden by means of an electric drive (max. 500 watts/ 20 km/h) using a twist grip or switch button without having to pedal.