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GIANT REIGN E+ 1 PRO (2020)

The Reign E+ 1 Pro is the latest version of Giant’s Reign enduro-gravity bike.

This is a brand new electric mountain bike for the 2020 season, but Giant has learnt a lot of lessons through the development of their Trance E+ Pro electric mountain bikes.

One key feature of the Reign E+ Pro is it’s updated geometry which I’ll mention soon.

But first:

WHO IS THE REIGN E+ PRO FOR?

Reach for the Reign E+ Pro 1: if you’re an experienced rider, you local trails have lots of steep, raw and technical descents, or you’ve just started out and want the most stable and confidence inspiring e-bike.

How?

A BRAND NEW FRAME

How does the Reign E+ 1 Pro deliver such a confidence boost?

Because of its geometry.

First, the Reign E+ has a 65-degree Head Tube Angle. When this angle gets slacker (low number), the front wheel gets pushed further out in front of the bike.

When this happens, the Trail also increases. Trail is the bike’s ability to self-correct after an impact. For instance, the Trance E+ trail number is 109mm and the Reign E+ is 124mm.

Second, the Seat Tube Angle is much steeper than we usually see from Giant at 76-degrees. A full 2-degrees than the Trance E+.

This will place riders in a much better climbing position. Even though it’s an e-bike you still have to pedal up and being comfortable and well positioned on climbs means you’ll have a much easier time controlling the bike.

Chain stay length measures 470mm - exactly the same as on the Trance E+. So manoeuvrability and climbing shouldn’t be an issue.

So…

From the key geometry updates, it looks like it’s the most balanced mountain bike Giant has ever made.

THE MOTOR AND ELECTRONICS

The Reign E+ 1 Pro uses the top of the range Giant SyncDrive Pro motor system (that’s also been designed in conjunction with Yamaha).

SyncDrive Pro is the top-tier motor and it’s ample for the purposes of the Reign E+ 1. The motor delivers 80Nm of torque (which is a lot) and enough to comfortably pull you over serious inclines.

The SyncDrive Pro motor was used because it’s the best possible option; lightweight, responsive, powerful and quiet. The torque makes it perfect for everyday use and commuting, especially if you live in a hilly area.

Compared with Giant’s other systems, the Pro responds within 190 milliseconds (compared to 500 milliseconds with SyncDrive Sport and SyncDrive Life).

giant e bike motor

Another aspect of the system worth mentioning is power engagement. There is less lag before the pedal engages, resulting in quicker acceleration and power transfer. Also, the axle that connects the cranks to the motor is splined, this results in a stiffer interface and (you guessed it) better response to power input by you.

A display on the handlebar (called RideControl One) shows your battery range and assist (or power) level. Speaking of which there are 5 to choose from (and their support in %):

Auto (100%-360% support) / Eco (100% support) / Basic (175%) / Active (250%) / Sport (300%) / Power (360%)

It’s also Bluetooth compatible. So any cycling computer that uses Bluetooth will be able to sync with it to show speed, distance and cadence.

Also, Giant has designed an app to use with their E-Bikes called RideControl. So instead of a cycling computer, you can mount your phone instead using a Quad Lock case or similar.

Not only will it display the above metric, but it also has a basic map showing where you are. And if there is an issue with your Fastroad E+, it will show you how to perform a very basic self-diagnosis.

PEDALPLUS 6-SENSOR TECHNOLOGY

New for 2020 is an additional 2 sensors (it used to be 4 sensors). The 2 additional sensors are an accelerometer and an incline sensor.

The accelerometer measures the amount of acceleration and deceleration and automatically adjusts the motor output to suit.

The inline sensor measures the gradient or steepness of the slope (up or down) and also adjusts motor output to suit. For example, you don’t want more power when you’re going downhill.

Other sensors include speed, pedal rotation, torque and motor.

REIGN E+ 1 PRO SUSPENSION

The latest Fox products help suspend the Reign E+ 1.

The Fox 36 Float Performance fork is air sprung and uses the latest GRIP damper. Compared with the Reign E+ 2, this fork is lighter with more sophisticated machining on the lower legs.

The 36’s chassis is the stiffest fork before going into the 40-series fork. Further, this one is e-bike specific. So the chassis has been further stiffened.

A Float X2 Performance Elite rear shock is designed for seriously technical trail conditions and long-alpine type descents. It doesn’t overheat as quickly as a normal inline shock.

The advantage?

Better damping performance over a longer period of time.

Adjustments include low speed/high speed compression, and low speed/high speed rebound.

NEW WHEELS

Last year, there was no e-bike specific mountain bike wheel set.

Now there is.

It’s the new e-TR 1 Hookless rim, laced to premium Giant hubs. The hookless rim profile eliminates the ‘hook’ section. This makes the rim wider and much more impact resistant. The aluminum profile has been strengthened for e-bike use.

Both use the heavy duty EXO compound with Double Down casing. And they also have the latest 3C compound. It’s a triple rubber compound; soft on the shoulders, medium then hard in the centre.

GIANT REIGN E+ 1 PRO (2020)

The Reign E+ 1 Pro is the latest version of Giant’s Reign enduro-gravity bike.

This is a brand new electric mountain bike for the 2020 season, but Giant has learnt a lot of lessons through the development of their Trance E+ Pro electric mountain bikes.

One key feature of the Reign E+ Pro is it’s updated geometry which I’ll mention soon.

But first:

WHO IS THE REIGN E+ PRO FOR?

Reach for the Reign E+ Pro 1: if you’re an experienced rider, you local trails have lots of steep, raw and technical descents, or you’ve just started out and want the most stable and confidence inspiring e-bike.

How?

A BRAND NEW FRAME

How does the Reign E+ 1 Pro deliver such a confidence boost?

Because of its geometry.

First, the Reign E+ has a 65-degree Head Tube Angle. When this angle gets slacker (low number), the front wheel gets pushed further out in front of the bike.

When this happens, the Trail also increases. Trail is the bike’s ability to self-correct after an impact. For instance, the Trance E+ trail number is 109mm and the Reign E+ is 124mm.

Second, the Seat Tube Angle is much steeper than we usually see from Giant at 76-degrees. A full 2-degrees than the Trance E+.

This will place riders in a much better climbing position. Even though it’s an e-bike you still have to pedal up and being comfortable and well positioned on climbs means you’ll have a much easier time controlling the bike.

Chain stay length measures 470mm - exactly the same as on the Trance E+. So manoeuvrability and climbing shouldn’t be an issue.

So…

From the key geometry updates, it looks like it’s the most balanced mountain bike Giant has ever made.

THE MOTOR AND ELECTRONICS

The Reign E+ 1 Pro uses the top of the range Giant SyncDrive Pro motor system (that’s also been designed in conjunction with Yamaha).

SyncDrive Pro is the top-tier motor and it’s ample for the purposes of the Reign E+ 1. The motor delivers 80Nm of torque (which is a lot) and enough to comfortably pull you over serious inclines.

The SyncDrive Pro motor was used because it’s the best possible option; lightweight, responsive, powerful and quiet. The torque makes it perfect for everyday use and commuting, especially if you live in a hilly area.

Compared with Giant’s other systems, the Pro responds within 190 milliseconds (compared to 500 milliseconds with SyncDrive Sport and SyncDrive Life).

giant e bike motor

Another aspect of the system worth mentioning is power engagement. There is less lag before the pedal engages, resulting in quicker acceleration and power transfer. Also, the axle that connects the cranks to the motor is splined, this results in a stiffer interface and (you guessed it) better response to power input by you.

A display on the handlebar (called RideControl One) shows your battery range and assist (or power) level. Speaking of which there are 5 to choose from (and their support in %):

Auto (100%-360% support) / Eco (100% support) / Basic (175%) / Active (250%) / Sport (300%) / Power (360%)

It’s also Bluetooth compatible. So any cycling computer that uses Bluetooth will be able to sync with it to show speed, distance and cadence.

Also, Giant has designed an app to use with their E-Bikes called RideControl. So instead of a cycling computer, you can mount your phone instead using a Quad Lock case or similar.

Not only will it display the above metric, but it also has a basic map showing where you are. And if there is an issue with your Fastroad E+, it will show you how to perform a very basic self-diagnosis.

PEDALPLUS 6-SENSOR TECHNOLOGY

New for 2020 is an additional 2 sensors (it used to be 4 sensors). The 2 additional sensors are an accelerometer and an incline sensor.

The accelerometer measures the amount of acceleration and deceleration and automatically adjusts the motor output to suit.

The inline sensor measures the gradient or steepness of the slope (up or down) and also adjusts motor output to suit. For example, you don’t want more power when you’re going downhill.

Other sensors include speed, pedal rotation, torque and motor.

REIGN E+ 1 PRO SUSPENSION

The latest Fox products help suspend the Reign E+ 1.

The Fox 36 Float Performance fork is air sprung and uses the latest GRIP damper. Compared with the Reign E+ 2, this fork is lighter with more sophisticated machining on the lower legs.

The 36’s chassis is the stiffest fork before going into the 40-series fork. Further, this one is e-bike specific. So the chassis has been further stiffened.

A Float X2 Performance Elite rear shock is designed for seriously technical trail conditions and long-alpine type descents. It doesn’t overheat as quickly as a normal inline shock.

The advantage?

Better damping performance over a longer period of time.

Adjustments include low speed/high speed compression, and low speed/high speed rebound.

NEW WHEELS

Last year, there was no e-bike specific mountain bike wheel set.

Now there is.

It’s the new e-TR 1 Hookless rim, laced to premium Giant hubs. The hookless rim profile eliminates the ‘hook’ section. This makes the rim wider and much more impact resistant. The aluminum profile has been strengthened for e-bike use.

Both use the heavy duty EXO compound with Double Down casing. And they also have the latest 3C compound. It’s a triple rubber compound; soft on the shoulders, medium then hard in the centre.

GIANT REIGN E+ 1 PRO (2020)

The Reign E+ 1 Pro is the latest version of Giant’s Reign enduro-gravity bike.

This is a brand new electric mountain bike for the 2020 season, but Giant has learnt a lot of lessons through the development of their Trance E+ Pro electric mountain bikes.

One key feature of the Reign E+ Pro is it’s updated geometry which I’ll mention soon.

But first:

WHO IS THE REIGN E+ PRO FOR?

Reach for the Reign E+ Pro 1: if you’re an experienced rider, you local trails have lots of steep, raw and technical descents, or you’ve just started out and want the most stable and confidence inspiring e-bike.

How?

A BRAND NEW FRAME

How does the Reign E+ 1 Pro deliver such a confidence boost?

Because of its geometry.

First, the Reign E+ has a 65-degree Head Tube Angle. When this angle gets slacker (low number), the front wheel gets pushed further out in front of the bike.

When this happens, the Trail also increases. Trail is the bike’s ability to self-correct after an impact. For instance, the Trance E+ trail number is 109mm and the Reign E+ is 124mm.

Second, the Seat Tube Angle is much steeper than we usually see from Giant at 76-degrees. A full 2-degrees than the Trance E+.

This will place riders in a much better climbing position. Even though it’s an e-bike you still have to pedal up and being comfortable and well positioned on climbs means you’ll have a much easier time controlling the bike.

Chain stay length measures 470mm - exactly the same as on the Trance E+. So manoeuvrability and climbing shouldn’t be an issue.

So…

From the key geometry updates, it looks like it’s the most balanced mountain bike Giant has ever made.

THE MOTOR AND ELECTRONICS

The Reign E+ 1 Pro uses the top of the range Giant SyncDrive Pro motor system (that’s also been designed in conjunction with Yamaha).

SyncDrive Pro is the top-tier motor and it’s ample for the purposes of the Reign E+ 1. The motor delivers 80Nm of torque (which is a lot) and enough to comfortably pull you over serious inclines.

The SyncDrive Pro motor was used because it’s the best possible option; lightweight, responsive, powerful and quiet. The torque makes it perfect for everyday use and commuting, especially if you live in a hilly area.

Compared with Giant’s other systems, the Pro responds within 190 milliseconds (compared to 500 milliseconds with SyncDrive Sport and SyncDrive Life).

giant e bike motor

Another aspect of the system worth mentioning is power engagement. There is less lag before the pedal engages, resulting in quicker acceleration and power transfer. Also, the axle that connects the cranks to the motor is splined, this results in a stiffer interface and (you guessed it) better response to power input by you.

A display on the handlebar (called RideControl One) shows your battery range and assist (or power) level. Speaking of which there are 5 to choose from (and their support in %):

Auto (100%-360% support) / Eco (100% support) / Basic (175%) / Active (250%) / Sport (300%) / Power (360%)

It’s also Bluetooth compatible. So any cycling computer that uses Bluetooth will be able to sync with it to show speed, distance and cadence.

Also, Giant has designed an app to use with their E-Bikes called RideControl. So instead of a cycling computer, you can mount your phone instead using a Quad Lock case or similar.

Not only will it display the above metric, but it also has a basic map showing where you are. And if there is an issue with your Fastroad E+, it will show you how to perform a very basic self-diagnosis.

PEDALPLUS 6-SENSOR TECHNOLOGY

New for 2020 is an additional 2 sensors (it used to be 4 sensors). The 2 additional sensors are an accelerometer and an incline sensor.

The accelerometer measures the amount of acceleration and deceleration and automatically adjusts the motor output to suit.

The inline sensor measures the gradient or steepness of the slope (up or down) and also adjusts motor output to suit. For example, you don’t want more power when you’re going downhill.

Other sensors include speed, pedal rotation, torque and motor.

REIGN E+ 1 PRO SUSPENSION

The latest Fox products help suspend the Reign E+ 1.

The Fox 36 Float Performance fork is air sprung and uses the latest GRIP damper. Compared with the Reign E+ 2, this fork is lighter with more sophisticated machining on the lower legs.

The 36’s chassis is the stiffest fork before going into the 40-series fork. Further, this one is e-bike specific. So the chassis has been further stiffened.

A Float X2 Performance Elite rear shock is designed for seriously technical trail conditions and long-alpine type descents. It doesn’t overheat as quickly as a normal inline shock.

The advantage?

Better damping performance over a longer period of time.

Adjustments include low speed/high speed compression, and low speed/high speed rebound.

NEW WHEELS

Last year, there was no e-bike specific mountain bike wheel set.

Now there is.

It’s the new e-TR 1 Hookless rim, laced to premium Giant hubs. The hookless rim profile eliminates the ‘hook’ section. This makes the rim wider and much more impact resistant. The aluminum profile has been strengthened for e-bike use.

Both use the heavy duty EXO compound with Double Down casing. And they also have the latest 3C compound. It’s a triple rubber compound; soft on the shoulders, medium then hard in the centre.

GIANT REIGN E+ 1 PRO (2020)

The Reign E+ 1 Pro is the latest version of Giant’s Reign enduro-gravity bike.

This is a brand new electric mountain bike for the 2020 season, but Giant has learnt a lot of lessons through the development of their Trance E+ Pro electric mountain bikes.

One key feature of the Reign E+ Pro is it’s updated geometry which I’ll mention soon.

But first:

WHO IS THE REIGN E+ PRO FOR?

Reach for the Reign E+ Pro 1: if you’re an experienced rider, you local trails have lots of steep, raw and technical descents, or you’ve just started out and want the most stable and confidence inspiring e-bike.

How?

A BRAND NEW FRAME

How does the Reign E+ 1 Pro deliver such a confidence boost?

Because of its geometry.

First, the Reign E+ has a 65-degree Head Tube Angle. When this angle gets slacker (low number), the front wheel gets pushed further out in front of the bike.

When this happens, the Trail also increases. Trail is the bike’s ability to self-correct after an impact. For instance, the Trance E+ trail number is 109mm and the Reign E+ is 124mm.

Second, the Seat Tube Angle is much steeper than we usually see from Giant at 76-degrees. A full 2-degrees than the Trance E+.

This will place riders in a much better climbing position. Even though it’s an e-bike you still have to pedal up and being comfortable and well positioned on climbs means you’ll have a much easier time controlling the bike.

Chain stay length measures 470mm - exactly the same as on the Trance E+. So manoeuvrability and climbing shouldn’t be an issue.

So…

From the key geometry updates, it looks like it’s the most balanced mountain bike Giant has ever made.

THE MOTOR AND ELECTRONICS

The Reign E+ 1 Pro uses the top of the range Giant SyncDrive Pro motor system (that’s also been designed in conjunction with Yamaha).

SyncDrive Pro is the top-tier motor and it’s ample for the purposes of the Reign E+ 1. The motor delivers 80Nm of torque (which is a lot) and enough to comfortably pull you over serious inclines.

The SyncDrive Pro motor was used because it’s the best possible option; lightweight, responsive, powerful and quiet. The torque makes it perfect for everyday use and commuting, especially if you live in a hilly area.

Compared with Giant’s other systems, the Pro responds within 190 milliseconds (compared to 500 milliseconds with SyncDrive Sport and SyncDrive Life).

giant e bike motor

Another aspect of the system worth mentioning is power engagement. There is less lag before the pedal engages, resulting in quicker acceleration and power transfer. Also, the axle that connects the cranks to the motor is splined, this results in a stiffer interface and (you guessed it) better response to power input by you.

A display on the handlebar (called RideControl One) shows your battery range and assist (or power) level. Speaking of which there are 5 to choose from (and their support in %):

Auto (100%-360% support) / Eco (100% support) / Basic (175%) / Active (250%) / Sport (300%) / Power (360%)

It’s also Bluetooth compatible. So any cycling computer that uses Bluetooth will be able to sync with it to show speed, distance and cadence.

Also, Giant has designed an app to use with their E-Bikes called RideControl. So instead of a cycling computer, you can mount your phone instead using a Quad Lock case or similar.

Not only will it display the above metric, but it also has a basic map showing where you are. And if there is an issue with your Fastroad E+, it will show you how to perform a very basic self-diagnosis.

PEDALPLUS 6-SENSOR TECHNOLOGY

New for 2020 is an additional 2 sensors (it used to be 4 sensors). The 2 additional sensors are an accelerometer and an incline sensor.

The accelerometer measures the amount of acceleration and deceleration and automatically adjusts the motor output to suit.

The inline sensor measures the gradient or steepness of the slope (up or down) and also adjusts motor output to suit. For example, you don’t want more power when you’re going downhill.

Other sensors include speed, pedal rotation, torque and motor.

REIGN E+ 1 PRO SUSPENSION

The latest Fox products help suspend the Reign E+ 1.

The Fox 36 Float Performance fork is air sprung and uses the latest GRIP damper. Compared with the Reign E+ 2, this fork is lighter with more sophisticated machining on the lower legs.

The 36’s chassis is the stiffest fork before going into the 40-series fork. Further, this one is e-bike specific. So the chassis has been further stiffened.

A Float X2 Performance Elite rear shock is designed for seriously technical trail conditions and long-alpine type descents. It doesn’t overheat as quickly as a normal inline shock.

The advantage?

Better damping performance over a longer period of time.

Adjustments include low speed/high speed compression, and low speed/high speed rebound.

NEW WHEELS

Last year, there was no e-bike specific mountain bike wheel set.

Now there is.

It’s the new e-TR 1 Hookless rim, laced to premium Giant hubs. The hookless rim profile eliminates the ‘hook’ section. This makes the rim wider and much more impact resistant. The aluminum profile has been strengthened for e-bike use.

Both use the heavy duty EXO compound with Double Down casing. And they also have the latest 3C compound. It’s a triple rubber compound; soft on the shoulders, medium then hard in the centre.

Colour Electric Red
Frame ALUXX SL grade aluminium, Maestro, 160mm travel, Boost
Fork Fox 36 Float Performance, GRIP Damper, 15x110mm Kabolt Axle, OverDrive steerer, 170mm travel
Shock Fox Float X2 Performance Elite, 2 position lever, Trunnion mount
Handlebar Giant Contact trail rise, 35mm
Stem Giant Contact SL, 35mm, 8 degree
Seatpost Giant Switch Dropper, 30.9mm
Saddle Giant Contact, Neutral
Pedals N/A
Shifters Shimano XT, 12 speed
Rear Derailleur Shimano XT Shadow+
Brakes Shimano XT Trail hydraulic disc, 203mm
Brake Levers Shimano XT hydraulic
Cassette Shimano SLX, 10-51T, 12 speed
Chain KMC e12 Turbo
Crankset Praxis E-Cadet+, 36T
Rims Giant eTR1 Hookless, DBL, WheelSystem
Hubs Giant eTR1 Hookless, DBL, WheelSystem, 28H
Spokes Giant eTR1 Hookless, DBL, WheelSystem
Tyres Fr: Maxxis Minion DHF, TR, EXO, 3C, Folding, 27.5x2.6” Rr: Maxxis Minion DHR II, TR, EXO, 3C, Folding, 27.5x2.6”
Extras Giant EnergyPak Smart 6A charger, MRP chain guide
Motor Giant SyncDrive Pro, powered by YAMAHA
Sensors Giant PedalPlus 6-sensor technology
Display Giant RideControl ONE, Remote button
Battery Giant EnergyPak 500, 36V integrated Lithium-Ion
Colour Electric Red
Frame ALUXX SL grade aluminium, Maestro, 160mm travel, Boost
Fork Fox 36 Float Performance, GRIP Damper, 15x110mm Kabolt Axle, OverDrive steerer, 170mm travel
Shock Fox Float X2 Performance Elite, 2 position lever, Trunnion mount
Handlebar Giant Contact trail rise, 35mm
Stem Giant Contact SL, 35mm, 8 degree
Seatpost Giant Switch Dropper, 30.9mm
Saddle Giant Contact, Neutral
Pedals N/A
Shifters Shimano XT, 12 speed
Rear Derailleur Shimano XT Shadow+
Brakes Shimano XT Trail hydraulic disc, 203mm
Brake Levers Shimano XT hydraulic
Cassette Shimano SLX, 10-51T, 12 speed
Chain KMC e12 Turbo
Crankset Praxis E-Cadet+, 36T
Rims Giant eTR1 Hookless, DBL, WheelSystem
Hubs Giant eTR1 Hookless, DBL, WheelSystem, 28H
Spokes Giant eTR1 Hookless, DBL, WheelSystem
Tyres Fr: Maxxis Minion DHF, TR, EXO, 3C, Folding, 27.5x2.6” Rr: Maxxis Minion DHR II, TR, EXO, 3C, Folding, 27.5x2.6”
Extras Giant EnergyPak Smart 6A charger, MRP chain guide
Motor Giant SyncDrive Pro, powered by YAMAHA
Sensors Giant PedalPlus 6-sensor technology
Display Giant RideControl ONE, Remote button
Battery Giant EnergyPak 500, 36V integrated Lithium-Ion
General
Brand
Giant
Colour
Red
Bike
Frame Size
Medium
General
Brand
Giant
Colour
Red
Bike
Frame Size
Large