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GIANT TRANCE E+ 0 PRO (2020)

Are you after the most versatile trail mountain bike? And it’s got to be electric? And you want the best equipment?

Then it’s the Trance E+ 0 Pro is the logical choice.

Here’s why:

THE FRAME

Made from Giant’s premium-grade aluminium, the Trance E+ 0 tries to shed as much weight as possible.

This is important because it not only delivers better handling - it also has an impact on battery life.

This premium alloy is called ALUXX SL. And it’s double butted. This means there are two wall thicknesses; thicker where there’s more load and thinner where it needs to be.

Maestro is the suspension platform at the heart of the Trance E+ 0. It delivers 140mm of rear wheel travel - the perfect balance of pedalling efficiency and stability of raw, technical singletrack.

THE BATTERY

Unlike older generation e-bikes, the Trance E+ 0 has its battery mounted at the bottom of the down tube. This lowers the centre of gravity and delivers better handling through corners and rough sections of trail.

The battery can also be charged on or off the bike.

Giant uses a 500Wh battery in the Trance E+ 0. It’s not the largest battery, but run time is still good.

THE MOTOR AND ELECTRONICS

The Reign E+ 2 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+ 2. 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).

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 there 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 Trance 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 use 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.

TRANCE E+ 0 SUSPENSION

As the flagship bike, there’s been no expense spared.

A Fox 36 Factory and Fox DPX2 rear shock - both Factory level - help suspend the Trance E+ 0 against the trail.

The 36 Float Factory uses the FIT4 damper. It’s simple to use and for most riders (who don’t have deep experience with suspension tuning) is still going to be perfect.

FIT stands for Fox Isolated Technology - and it separates the oil and air.

Why:

When air and oil mix together it causes cavitation. And the suspension feels extremely harsh - like it’s locked out.

Both suspension products have adjustments for Air Pressure, Rebound and Compression.

TRANCE E+ 0 DRIVETRAIN

A SRAM X01 Eagle drivetrain helps you shift gears.

Most riders will be aware of Eagle’s 12-speed drivetrain. Shifting is precise, fast and delivers excellent tactile feedback.

The SRAM X01 Eagle shifter feels amazing. The shift lever rolls on bearings which helps smooth the action.

A Praxis carbon crankset with a 36-tooth chainring helps deliver power.

The drivetrain is paired to SRAM Code R brakes.

These have been designed for serious mountain biking. They use four-piston caliper with 2 measuring 15mm in diameter and the second pair measuring 16mm.

Though they come stock with metallic pads, you can run organic compound pads too.

The brakes also feature reach adjustment; the dial at the lever adjusts for small hands or better modulation.

NEW WHEELS

New for 2020 are the wheels.

These wheels are carbon and designed specifically for the loads on an e-bike.

And they use a hookless rim profile where the edge or hook of the rim is removed. This makes the rim profile wider and (as importantly) significantly improves impact resistance.

How:

The carbon fibres are allowed to follow the contours of the rim bed. With a hook section, there’s an abrupt stop to the ‘flow’ of fibres.

This creates a stress point and potentially, a weakness.

Both carbon rims are laced to hubs produced by DT Swiss - one of the largest and most well-known wheel brands in the world.

As such, the hubs are easy to service and get spare parts for. And they roll on sealed bearings (front and rear) which equates to less maintenance.

GIANT TRANCE E+ 0 PRO (2020)

Are you after the most versatile trail mountain bike? And it’s got to be electric? And you want the best equipment?

Then it’s the Trance E+ 0 Pro is the logical choice.

Here’s why:

THE FRAME

Made from Giant’s premium-grade aluminium, the Trance E+ 0 tries to shed as much weight as possible.

This is important because it not only delivers better handling - it also has an impact on battery life.

This premium alloy is called ALUXX SL. And it’s double butted. This means there are two wall thicknesses; thicker where there’s more load and thinner where it needs to be.

Maestro is the suspension platform at the heart of the Trance E+ 0. It delivers 140mm of rear wheel travel - the perfect balance of pedalling efficiency and stability of raw, technical singletrack.

THE BATTERY

Unlike older generation e-bikes, the Trance E+ 0 has its battery mounted at the bottom of the down tube. This lowers the centre of gravity and delivers better handling through corners and rough sections of trail.

The battery can also be charged on or off the bike.

Giant uses a 500Wh battery in the Trance E+ 0. It’s not the largest battery, but run time is still good.

THE MOTOR AND ELECTRONICS

The Reign E+ 2 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+ 2. 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).

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 there 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 Trance 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 use 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.

TRANCE E+ 0 SUSPENSION

As the flagship bike, there’s been no expense spared.

A Fox 36 Factory and Fox DPX2 rear shock - both Factory level - help suspend the Trance E+ 0 against the trail.

The 36 Float Factory uses the FIT4 damper. It’s simple to use and for most riders (who don’t have deep experience with suspension tuning) is still going to be perfect.

FIT stands for Fox Isolated Technology - and it separates the oil and air.

Why:

When air and oil mix together it causes cavitation. And the suspension feels extremely harsh - like it’s locked out.

Both suspension products have adjustments for Air Pressure, Rebound and Compression.

TRANCE E+ 0 DRIVETRAIN

A SRAM X01 Eagle drivetrain helps you shift gears.

Most riders will be aware of Eagle’s 12-speed drivetrain. Shifting is precise, fast and delivers excellent tactile feedback.

The SRAM X01 Eagle shifter feels amazing. The shift lever rolls on bearings which helps smooth the action.

A Praxis carbon crankset with a 36-tooth chainring helps deliver power.

The drivetrain is paired to SRAM Code R brakes.

These have been designed for serious mountain biking. They use four-piston caliper with 2 measuring 15mm in diameter and the second pair measuring 16mm.

Though they come stock with metallic pads, you can run organic compound pads too.

The brakes also feature reach adjustment; the dial at the lever adjusts for small hands or better modulation.

NEW WHEELS

New for 2020 are the wheels.

These wheels are carbon and designed specifically for the loads on an e-bike.

And they use a hookless rim profile where the edge or hook of the rim is removed. This makes the rim profile wider and (as importantly) significantly improves impact resistance.

How:

The carbon fibres are allowed to follow the contours of the rim bed. With a hook section, there’s an abrupt stop to the ‘flow’ of fibres.

This creates a stress point and potentially, a weakness.

Both carbon rims are laced to hubs produced by DT Swiss - one of the largest and most well-known wheel brands in the world.

As such, the hubs are easy to service and get spare parts for. And they roll on sealed bearings (front and rear) which equates to less maintenance.

GIANT TRANCE E+ 0 PRO (2020)

Are you after the most versatile trail mountain bike? And it’s got to be electric? And you want the best equipment?

Then it’s the Trance E+ 0 Pro is the logical choice.

Here’s why:

THE FRAME

Made from Giant’s premium-grade aluminium, the Trance E+ 0 tries to shed as much weight as possible.

This is important because it not only delivers better handling - it also has an impact on battery life.

This premium alloy is called ALUXX SL. And it’s double butted. This means there are two wall thicknesses; thicker where there’s more load and thinner where it needs to be.

Maestro is the suspension platform at the heart of the Trance E+ 0. It delivers 140mm of rear wheel travel - the perfect balance of pedalling efficiency and stability of raw, technical singletrack.

THE BATTERY

Unlike older generation e-bikes, the Trance E+ 0 has its battery mounted at the bottom of the down tube. This lowers the centre of gravity and delivers better handling through corners and rough sections of trail.

The battery can also be charged on or off the bike.

Giant uses a 500Wh battery in the Trance E+ 0. It’s not the largest battery, but run time is still good.

THE MOTOR AND ELECTRONICS

The Reign E+ 2 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+ 2. 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).

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 there 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 Trance 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 use 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.

TRANCE E+ 0 SUSPENSION

As the flagship bike, there’s been no expense spared.

A Fox 36 Factory and Fox DPX2 rear shock - both Factory level - help suspend the Trance E+ 0 against the trail.

The 36 Float Factory uses the FIT4 damper. It’s simple to use and for most riders (who don’t have deep experience with suspension tuning) is still going to be perfect.

FIT stands for Fox Isolated Technology - and it separates the oil and air.

Why:

When air and oil mix together it causes cavitation. And the suspension feels extremely harsh - like it’s locked out.

Both suspension products have adjustments for Air Pressure, Rebound and Compression.

TRANCE E+ 0 DRIVETRAIN

A SRAM X01 Eagle drivetrain helps you shift gears.

Most riders will be aware of Eagle’s 12-speed drivetrain. Shifting is precise, fast and delivers excellent tactile feedback.

The SRAM X01 Eagle shifter feels amazing. The shift lever rolls on bearings which helps smooth the action.

A Praxis carbon crankset with a 36-tooth chainring helps deliver power.

The drivetrain is paired to SRAM Code R brakes.

These have been designed for serious mountain biking. They use four-piston caliper with 2 measuring 15mm in diameter and the second pair measuring 16mm.

Though they come stock with metallic pads, you can run organic compound pads too.

The brakes also feature reach adjustment; the dial at the lever adjusts for small hands or better modulation.

NEW WHEELS

New for 2020 are the wheels.

These wheels are carbon and designed specifically for the loads on an e-bike.

And they use a hookless rim profile where the edge or hook of the rim is removed. This makes the rim profile wider and (as importantly) significantly improves impact resistance.

How:

The carbon fibres are allowed to follow the contours of the rim bed. With a hook section, there’s an abrupt stop to the ‘flow’ of fibres.

This creates a stress point and potentially, a weakness.

Both carbon rims are laced to hubs produced by DT Swiss - one of the largest and most well-known wheel brands in the world.

As such, the hubs are easy to service and get spare parts for. And they roll on sealed bearings (front and rear) which equates to less maintenance.

GIANT TRANCE E+ 0 PRO (2020)

Are you after the most versatile trail mountain bike? And it’s got to be electric? And you want the best equipment?

Then it’s the Trance E+ 0 Pro is the logical choice.

Here’s why:

THE FRAME

Made from Giant’s premium-grade aluminium, the Trance E+ 0 tries to shed as much weight as possible.

This is important because it not only delivers better handling - it also has an impact on battery life.

This premium alloy is called ALUXX SL. And it’s double butted. This means there are two wall thicknesses; thicker where there’s more load and thinner where it needs to be.

Maestro is the suspension platform at the heart of the Trance E+ 0. It delivers 140mm of rear wheel travel - the perfect balance of pedalling efficiency and stability of raw, technical singletrack.

THE BATTERY

Unlike older generation e-bikes, the Trance E+ 0 has its battery mounted at the bottom of the down tube. This lowers the centre of gravity and delivers better handling through corners and rough sections of trail.

The battery can also be charged on or off the bike.

Giant uses a 500Wh battery in the Trance E+ 0. It’s not the largest battery, but run time is still good.

THE MOTOR AND ELECTRONICS

The Reign E+ 2 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+ 2. 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).

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 there 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 Trance 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 use 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.

TRANCE E+ 0 SUSPENSION

As the flagship bike, there’s been no expense spared.

A Fox 36 Factory and Fox DPX2 rear shock - both Factory level - help suspend the Trance E+ 0 against the trail.

The 36 Float Factory uses the FIT4 damper. It’s simple to use and for most riders (who don’t have deep experience with suspension tuning) is still going to be perfect.

FIT stands for Fox Isolated Technology - and it separates the oil and air.

Why:

When air and oil mix together it causes cavitation. And the suspension feels extremely harsh - like it’s locked out.

Both suspension products have adjustments for Air Pressure, Rebound and Compression.

TRANCE E+ 0 DRIVETRAIN

A SRAM X01 Eagle drivetrain helps you shift gears.

Most riders will be aware of Eagle’s 12-speed drivetrain. Shifting is precise, fast and delivers excellent tactile feedback.

The SRAM X01 Eagle shifter feels amazing. The shift lever rolls on bearings which helps smooth the action.

A Praxis carbon crankset with a 36-tooth chainring helps deliver power.

The drivetrain is paired to SRAM Code R brakes.

These have been designed for serious mountain biking. They use four-piston caliper with 2 measuring 15mm in diameter and the second pair measuring 16mm.

Though they come stock with metallic pads, you can run organic compound pads too.

The brakes also feature reach adjustment; the dial at the lever adjusts for small hands or better modulation.

NEW WHEELS

New for 2020 are the wheels.

These wheels are carbon and designed specifically for the loads on an e-bike.

And they use a hookless rim profile where the edge or hook of the rim is removed. This makes the rim profile wider and (as importantly) significantly improves impact resistance.

How:

The carbon fibres are allowed to follow the contours of the rim bed. With a hook section, there’s an abrupt stop to the ‘flow’ of fibres.

This creates a stress point and potentially, a weakness.

Both carbon rims are laced to hubs produced by DT Swiss - one of the largest and most well-known wheel brands in the world.

As such, the hubs are easy to service and get spare parts for. And they roll on sealed bearings (front and rear) which equates to less maintenance.

GIANT TRANCE E+ 0 PRO (2020)

Are you after the most versatile trail mountain bike? And it’s got to be electric? And you want the best equipment?

Then it’s the Trance E+ 0 Pro is the logical choice.

Here’s why:

THE FRAME

Made from Giant’s premium-grade aluminium, the Trance E+ 0 tries to shed as much weight as possible.

This is important because it not only delivers better handling - it also has an impact on battery life.

This premium alloy is called ALUXX SL. And it’s double butted. This means there are two wall thicknesses; thicker where there’s more load and thinner where it needs to be.

Maestro is the suspension platform at the heart of the Trance E+ 0. It delivers 140mm of rear wheel travel - the perfect balance of pedalling efficiency and stability of raw, technical singletrack.

THE BATTERY

Unlike older generation e-bikes, the Trance E+ 0 has its battery mounted at the bottom of the down tube. This lowers the centre of gravity and delivers better handling through corners and rough sections of trail.

The battery can also be charged on or off the bike.

Giant uses a 500Wh battery in the Trance E+ 0. It’s not the largest battery, but run time is still good.

THE MOTOR AND ELECTRONICS

The Reign E+ 2 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+ 2. 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).

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 there 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 Trance 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 use 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.

TRANCE E+ 0 SUSPENSION

As the flagship bike, there’s been no expense spared.

A Fox 36 Factory and Fox DPX2 rear shock - both Factory level - help suspend the Trance E+ 0 against the trail.

The 36 Float Factory uses the FIT4 damper. It’s simple to use and for most riders (who don’t have deep experience with suspension tuning) is still going to be perfect.

FIT stands for Fox Isolated Technology - and it separates the oil and air.

Why:

When air and oil mix together it causes cavitation. And the suspension feels extremely harsh - like it’s locked out.

Both suspension products have adjustments for Air Pressure, Rebound and Compression.

TRANCE E+ 0 DRIVETRAIN

A SRAM X01 Eagle drivetrain helps you shift gears.

Most riders will be aware of Eagle’s 12-speed drivetrain. Shifting is precise, fast and delivers excellent tactile feedback.

The SRAM X01 Eagle shifter feels amazing. The shift lever rolls on bearings which helps smooth the action.

A Praxis carbon crankset with a 36-tooth chainring helps deliver power.

The drivetrain is paired to SRAM Code R brakes.

These have been designed for serious mountain biking. They use four-piston caliper with 2 measuring 15mm in diameter and the second pair measuring 16mm.

Though they come stock with metallic pads, you can run organic compound pads too.

The brakes also feature reach adjustment; the dial at the lever adjusts for small hands or better modulation.

NEW WHEELS

New for 2020 are the wheels.

These wheels are carbon and designed specifically for the loads on an e-bike.

And they use a hookless rim profile where the edge or hook of the rim is removed. This makes the rim profile wider and (as importantly) significantly improves impact resistance.

How:

The carbon fibres are allowed to follow the contours of the rim bed. With a hook section, there’s an abrupt stop to the ‘flow’ of fibres.

This creates a stress point and potentially, a weakness.

Both carbon rims are laced to hubs produced by DT Swiss - one of the largest and most well-known wheel brands in the world.

As such, the hubs are easy to service and get spare parts for. And they roll on sealed bearings (front and rear) which equates to less maintenance.

Size S, M, L, XL
Colour Blue/Matte Black
Frame ALUXX SL grade aluminium, Maestro, 140mm travel, Boost
Fork Fox Float 36 Factory, FIT4 Damper, 3 position lever, 15x110mm Axle, OverDrive steerer, 150mm travel
Shock Fox DPX2 Factory, 3 position lever, Trunnion mount
Handlebar Giant Contact SL trail rise, 35mm
Stem Giant Contact SL, 35mm, 8 degree
Seatpost Giant Switch Dropper, 30.9mm
Saddle Giant Contact SL, Neutral
Pedals N/A
Shifter SRAM X01 Eagle, 12 speed
Rear Derailleur SRAM X01 Eagle
Brakes SRAM Code R hydraulic disc, 200mm
Brake Levers SRAM Code R hydraulic
Cassette SRAM PG1230, 11-50T, 12 speed
Chain SRAM X01 Eagle
Crankset Praxis Carbon, 36T
Wheels Giant eTRX Hookless Carbon, DBL, WheelSystem, 28H
Tyres Fr: Maxxis Minion DHF, TR, EXO, 3C, Folding, 27.5x2.6” Rr: Maxxis High Roller II, TR, EXO, 3C, Folding, 27.5x2.6”
Extras Giant EnergyPak 6A Smart charger
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
Size S, M, L, XL
Colour Blue/Matte Black
Frame ALUXX SL grade aluminium, Maestro, 140mm travel, Boost
Fork Fox Float 36 Factory, FIT4 Damper, 3 position lever, 15x110mm Axle, OverDrive steerer, 150mm travel
Shock Fox DPX2 Factory, 3 position lever, Trunnion mount
Handlebar Giant Contact SL trail rise, 35mm
Stem Giant Contact SL, 35mm, 8 degree
Seatpost Giant Switch Dropper, 30.9mm
Saddle Giant Contact SL, Neutral
Pedals N/A
Shifter SRAM X01 Eagle, 12 speed
Rear Derailleur SRAM X01 Eagle
Brakes SRAM Code R hydraulic disc, 200mm
Brake Levers SRAM Code R hydraulic
Cassette SRAM PG1230, 11-50T, 12 speed
Chain SRAM X01 Eagle
Crankset Praxis Carbon, 36T
Wheels Giant eTRX Hookless Carbon, DBL, WheelSystem, 28H
Tyres Fr: Maxxis Minion DHF, TR, EXO, 3C, Folding, 27.5x2.6” Rr: Maxxis High Roller II, TR, EXO, 3C, Folding, 27.5x2.6”
Extras Giant EnergyPak 6A Smart charger
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
Size S, M, L, XL
Colour Blue/Matte Black
Frame ALUXX SL grade aluminium, Maestro, 140mm travel, Boost
Fork Fox Float 36 Factory, FIT4 Damper, 3 position lever, 15x110mm Axle, OverDrive steerer, 150mm travel
Shock Fox DPX2 Factory, 3 position lever, Trunnion mount
Handlebar Giant Contact SL trail rise, 35mm
Stem Giant Contact SL, 35mm, 8 degree
Seatpost Giant Switch Dropper, 30.9mm
Saddle Giant Contact SL, Neutral
Pedals N/A
Shifter SRAM X01 Eagle, 12 speed
Rear Derailleur SRAM X01 Eagle
Brakes SRAM Code R hydraulic disc, 200mm
Brake Levers SRAM Code R hydraulic
Cassette SRAM PG1230, 11-50T, 12 speed
Chain SRAM X01 Eagle
Crankset Praxis Carbon, 36T
Wheels Giant eTRX Hookless Carbon, DBL, WheelSystem, 28H
Tyres Fr: Maxxis Minion DHF, TR, EXO, 3C, Folding, 27.5x2.6” Rr: Maxxis High Roller II, TR, EXO, 3C, Folding, 27.5x2.6”
Extras Giant EnergyPak 6A Smart charger
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
Size S, M, L, XL
Colour Blue/Matte Black
Frame ALUXX SL grade aluminium, Maestro, 140mm travel, Boost
Fork Fox Float 36 Factory, FIT4 Damper, 3 position lever, 15x110mm Axle, OverDrive steerer, 150mm travel
Shock Fox DPX2 Factory, 3 position lever, Trunnion mount
Handlebar Giant Contact SL trail rise, 35mm
Stem Giant Contact SL, 35mm, 8 degree
Seatpost Giant Switch Dropper, 30.9mm
Saddle Giant Contact SL, Neutral
Pedals N/A
Shifter SRAM X01 Eagle, 12 speed
Rear Derailleur SRAM X01 Eagle
Brakes SRAM Code R hydraulic disc, 200mm
Brake Levers SRAM Code R hydraulic
Cassette SRAM PG1230, 11-50T, 12 speed
Chain SRAM X01 Eagle
Crankset Praxis Carbon, 36T
Wheels Giant eTRX Hookless Carbon, DBL, WheelSystem, 28H
Tyres Fr: Maxxis Minion DHF, TR, EXO, 3C, Folding, 27.5x2.6” Rr: Maxxis High Roller II, TR, EXO, 3C, Folding, 27.5x2.6”
Extras Giant EnergyPak 6A Smart charger
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
Size S, M, L, XL
Colour Blue/Matte Black
Frame ALUXX SL grade aluminium, Maestro, 140mm travel, Boost
Fork Fox Float 36 Factory, FIT4 Damper, 3 position lever, 15x110mm Axle, OverDrive steerer, 150mm travel
Shock Fox DPX2 Factory, 3 position lever, Trunnion mount
Handlebar Giant Contact SL trail rise, 35mm
Stem Giant Contact SL, 35mm, 8 degree
Seatpost Giant Switch Dropper, 30.9mm
Saddle Giant Contact SL, Neutral
Pedals N/A
Shifter SRAM X01 Eagle, 12 speed
Rear Derailleur SRAM X01 Eagle
Brakes SRAM Code R hydraulic disc, 200mm
Brake Levers SRAM Code R hydraulic
Cassette SRAM PG1230, 11-50T, 12 speed
Chain SRAM X01 Eagle
Crankset Praxis Carbon, 36T
Wheels Giant eTRX Hookless Carbon, DBL, WheelSystem, 28H
Tyres Fr: Maxxis Minion DHF, TR, EXO, 3C, Folding, 27.5x2.6” Rr: Maxxis High Roller II, TR, EXO, 3C, Folding, 27.5x2.6”
Extras Giant EnergyPak 6A Smart charger
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