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Giant Full E+ 1 Electric Mountain Bike 2016
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Giant Full E+ 1 Electric Mountain Bike 2016

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When the trail gets rough, Full E floats up the climbs and keeps you in control.

Trail adventure just got more exciting. This off-road trail ride combines Giant’s rear suspension expertise with Hybrid power to help you tackle more trails. Featuring 130mm of fully active SmartLink rear suspension, 140mm of front suspension and relaxed off-road trail geometry, you get smooth handling on rough descents and a boost of power on steep climbs. The SyncDrive Yamaha X94 central motor is compact, producing an astonishing 80Nm of torque which gives you an instant and even amount of power. From standstill, the motor gives you full support and the higher torque gives you more power at lower speed, keeping you in control even on the most demanding trails.


  • Giant SyncDrive Performance, Yamaha X94, 80Nm torque, central motor
  • Giant PedalPlus 4-sensor technology
  • Giant RideControl LCD
  • Giant EnergyPak, 36V Lithium-Ion 400Wh battery


  • Sizes: S, M, L
  • Colours: Sunburst Orange / Race Yellow
  • Frame: ALUXX SL-grade aluminium, 130mm SmartLink suspension system
  • Fork: FOX Performance 34 Float 140 FIT4 3-Position Lever, 1⅛"~1½"-OverDrive tapered steerer, 15mm thru-axle
  • Shock: FOX Performance Float 3-Position Lever
  • Handlebar: Giant Connect TR 730x31,8mm
  • Stem: Giant Connect
  • Seatpost: GIANT Contact SL Switch-Remote
  • Saddle: Giant Contact upright
  • Pedals: Aluminium Platform
  • Shifters: Shimano Deore Dyna-Sys M610 1x10
  • Rear Derailleur: Shimano Deore XT Dyna-Sys Shadow Plus M786
  • Brakes: Shimano M447 (Deore-Series) Hydraulic Disc RT66 rotors (203/180mm)
  • Brake Levers: Shimano M506 (Deore-Series)
  • Cassette: Shimano Dyna-Sys HG50-10f. (Deore-Series), 11-36
  • Chain: KMC X.10e
  • Crankset: GIANT by FSA CK-746-1/IS, ISIS spline, Aluminium
  • Rims: GIANT SXC-2 Disc, ETRTO 19-584
  • Hubs: GIANT by Formula SXC, 15mm- / DT Swiss RWS 12x142mm
  • Spokes: Niro 2.0 black, 32/32
  • Tyres: Schwalbe Nobby Nic Evolution, foldable, SnakeSkin, 60-584, TrailStar / PaceStar
  • Motor: Giant SyncDrive C, Evolution line, Yamaha X94, 80Nm torque, Giant PedalPlus 4-sensor technology
  • Controller: Giant RideControl LCD
  • Display: Giant RideControl LCD
  • Battery: EnergyPak 500Wh battery 

Tech Info:

What makes Hybrid Cycling Technology so different from other “electric” bicycles out on the road? The answer lies in a host of technological features that work in unison with your own body’s power output—a seamless extension of your own capabilities.

  • RideControl - Handlebar-mounted command center provides easy-to-operate controls to adjust power on/off, riding mode and light systems.
  • PedalPlus - New 4-sensor technology system precisely measures the amount of force a rider is applying to the pedals and delivers a seamless power boost. The system combines speed and torque sensors with motor and pedal rotation sensors to produce even power across the entire gear range. The result is predictable power that feels totally natural.
  • Integrated Energypak - New battery technology has 25% higher energy density, which means 25% greater range than most batteries of the same size and weight—all in a compact size with a design that's seamlessly integrated within the frameset. This high-torque battery pack offers a maximum range of up to 200km.
  • Syncdrive Motor - Powered by Yamaha, this powerful high-torque motor creates smooth pedalling power that’s sonically tuned for quiet performance.

Lightweight framesets featuring optimised strength-to-weight ratios.

  • Materials - 6061 alloy for optimised strength-to-weight ratios
  • Forming Methods - Single butting results in light weight without sacrificing strength. Predominantly features PressForming
  • Welding Techniques - Predominantly features Standard and some Smooth welding techniques for optimised strength and weight

Superior performance without compromise. These are the reasons to ride Giant 27.5.

Significantly lower bike and rotational wheel weight helps you climb faster with less effort.

  • Overall Bike Weight - Compare the weights of identically equipped bikes with different wheel sizes and you'll see substantial weight differences. As expected, the 26-inch-wheel bike is somewhat lighter than the 27.5, and substantially lighter than the 29 (up to two pounds of overall bike weight savings from 29 to 27.5). Every gram saved helps you ride faster.
  • Wheel/Tyre Weight - The overall weight of a 27.5 wheel set (wheel, tyre and inner tube) is only 5% greater than that of an identically built 26-inch wheel set. Compare this to the 12% increase of a 29-inch wheel set and you can see how a seemingly small increase in diameter results in substantial weight gain—and poorer performance when climbing or accelerating.
  • Weight Comparison - Static wheel weight: Lighter wheels/tyres result in a quicker acceleration and lighter overall bike weight - a win-win combination.

Snappier acceleration and a reduced angle of attack for a smoother, more agile ride.

  • Rollover - Increased wheel diameter decreases the angle of attack (the angle in which a round object intersects a square object). This is a good thing. A 29-inch wheel rolls over a 6-centimetre square-edge obstacle 14% more efficiently than a 26-inch wheel does. In comparison, a 27.5-inch wheel rolls over the same obstacle 9.8% more efficiently than a 26-inch wheel does.
  • Another way to analyse angle of attack is the degree of impact—where 26-inch equals X degree, 27.5 equals X-4 degrees and 29 equals X-6 degrees. Again, a shallower angle is better—so 29-inch takes the win, with 27.5 exhibiting nearly the same performance but without the weight penalty.
  • Acceleration - Arguably the most important benefit of 27.5 over 29 is quicker acceleration. This is the "snap" that a rider feels when they push hard on the pedals. It is affected not just by overall static weight but also where the weight is distributed throughout the wheel. The farther the weight is from the centre of the hub, the slower the acceleration. So a similarly constructed 1000-gram 29-inch wheel is slower to accelerate than a 1000-gram 26-inch wheel—because the larger diameter rim and longer spokes place weight farther from the hub. The key to snappy acceleration is minimising the weight of the outermost components (rim, nipples, spokes, tyre, tube). As you can see, a 27.5-inch wheel is only 1.5% slower to accelerate than a similarly constructed 26-inch wheel, but a 29-inch wheel is 3.6% slower than a similarly constructed 26-inch wheel.

A larger tyre contact patch, increased stiffness, and optimised frame geometry improve traction, braking and handling.

  • Traction - The larger the diameter of a wheel, the greater the contact patch of the tyre. A larger contact patch results in better traction, which leads to improved acceleration, deceleration and cornering. As you can see, a 27.5-inch wheel has a similar contact patch to the 29.
  • Frame Stiffness - Lateral (side-to-side) frame stiffness can be affected by wheel size. To accommodate larger wheels, frame dimensions must be elongated. Therefore, a size medium 29-inch wheel frame has more lateral flex (bottom bracket and headtube) than a size medium 27.5 or 26-inch wheel frameset. Additional flex compromises handling under heavy pedalling or sharp cornering.
  • Frame Geometry - The larger the wheel, the more difficult it is to optimise geometry, especially on smaller frames. As the frame size decreases, headtube heights become higher (in relation to saddle height). On 26 or 27.5-inch frames, it's less of a problem, but geometry limitations can affect smaller 29-inch-wheel frames.

We hope that you find our website easy to use but if you do have any questions at all please feel free to call our sales team on 0208 508 0682 or email info@tritoncycles.co.uk for advice.


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Should you need to return anything to us, it is very important that you telephone us first to advise us of your intention and the reason why you wish to return the goods. If you're not completely satisfied with an item you may return it within 14 days of purchase, and as long as the item isn't fitted or used we're happy to receive it back for a refund or exchange. Return shipping costs in this instance are non-refundable.

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