GIANT - BIKE SIZE GUIDES
Not sure which size Giant bike will be the best fit for you? This size guide from Giant will help you find the right bike for you. If possible we would always advise you to come and try the bike in store and get fitted by one of our knowledgeable staff. If in doubt you can always call us for advice.
Accelerate on the open road with this lively new E-bike made for performance road riding. With a responsive aluminium frame, carbon fork, and our updated SyncDrive Pro motor, the Road-E+ Pro is the perfect way to extend your road riding adventures.
With its purpose-built geometry, excellent weight distribution and integrated power, Road-E+ Pro keeps you going strong on busy commutes and every road riding adventure you can imagine. The SyncDrive Pro motor can reach 170 rpm cadence and a powerful 80Nm of torque output. New this year is the integrated compact 375Wh EnergyPak. Tubeless tyres provide a smoother ride, protection from flats, and lower rolling resistance. With its 6-sensor Smart Assist technology and RideControl ONE command centre, all integrated with a sporty ALUXX SL aluminium frameset, the Road-E+ Pro is the choice for performance-minded road riders looking to climb higher mountains and ride longer distances.
The range figures are a guide and can vary depending on a variety of external factors, such as rider weight, riding style, conditions, weather, tyre pressure, set up and gear selection.
KEY PERFORMANCE FACTORS
SyncDrive Pro motor is engineered for performance riding. With a max 170 rpm cadence output, 80Nm of torque, and five support modes, it helps you conquer climbs with ease.
The new integrated EnergyPak Smart 375 compact battery delivers 375Wh of power and is built with the highest energy density possible - so you can ride longer and cover greater distances.
Giant Tubeless Ready wheels and tyres offer lower rolling resistance, a smoother ride quality, and improved puncture protection.
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