GIANT EXPLORE E+ 3 Lady

Touring e-bike with a Yamaha SyncDrive Sport central drive system with a peak power of 750 W and maximum torque of up to 80 Nm.

Discount for purchasing 2 or more e-bikes: 5%
GARANCE VRÁCENÍ / VÝMĚNY DO 10.1.2020

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  • Explore E + is the perfect companion for country and city trips.
     
  • ALUXX aluminum frame with SyncDrive Yamaha motor combines good handling and smooth acceleration under various driving conditions.
     
  • Giant SyncDrive Yamaha with a high torque of 80 Nm and a power output of 250 W.
     
  • The smoothness of assistance to your pedaling force is handled by the 4-sensor technology Giant PedalPlus.
     
  • Enough energy on longer trips provides the Giant EnergyPak 400 Wh Lithium Battery integrated into the lower frame tube.
     
  • Multifunctional computer with an LCD display controls motor power.
     
  • All models of this series are equipped with a suspension fork with a 63 mm travel and hydraulic disc brakes.


 

E-bike range calculator

Total weight of rider (incl. equipment)
80
kg
Predominant route profile
Battery capacity
Range
For 80 kg riders, with a battery capacity of Wh when driving with maximum assistance after a predominantly , the range on this e-bike will be approximately
km
(Setting specific assistant mode, electro-technical state, battery age, ambient temperature, aerodynamics and driving technique could affect the overall range)

 

Giant RideControl One - New! App for controling your bike via a mobile phone!

 

  • displays driving information
  • allows you to save your record of previous rides
  • allows you to customize the power of assistance
  • compatible with all 2019 giant e-bikes

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Trekking or cross e-bike is the right choice for your long and enjoyable bike trips. On greatebike.eu you will find only touring and trekking e-bikes with a high range at an attractive price. Cross e-bikes are specifically designed for light terrain.

Motor SyncDrive Sport from Yamaha  offers very good performance.  It is a bit more powerful than Bosch, it is a little lighter, smaller and  also cheaper. This drive offers three support modes for bicycles  that are used both for everyday driving and for more demanding  driving in the field. The motor has a maximum torque of 80 Nm.

Giant EnergyPak are made with the latest lithium-ion  battery technology and are fully integrated with the  design Giant E-Bike. It is produced in versions 300Wh,  400Wh and 500Wh.

American-Taiwanic brand GIANT boasts the title of the world's largest bicycle manufacturer. GIANT started the developtment of the electric bicycles as one of the first in 2006 and today it brings a wide range of cross and eMTB models of the highest quality. In 2017, GIANT launched a specific supply of electric bicycles for women under the LIV brand. Ekolo.cz boasts the status of the largest GIANT dealer on the Czech market.

 

 

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Drive type Central Giant SyncDrive Sport 80Nm 250W Yamaha
Capacity and battery type 11.3Ah (410Wh), Giant EnergyPak 400
Control Giant RideControl ONE, remote button
Frame type and material ALUXX SL-Grade Aluminium
Front fork RST Volante, 60mm travel, tappered steerer, hydraulic lockout
Shifters and derailleur Shimano SL-M2000 a Shimano Deore
Type and brand of brakes Shimano BR-MT200, hydraulic, 180mm
Crankset Forged Alloy minimal Q-factor, 42T
Cassette Shimano CS-HG201, 11-36T, 9-Speed
Chain KMC e.9 Sport, e-bike optimized
The stem Giant Connect
Saddle and seat post Giant Contact Comfort, Upright and Giant 30.9mm, 2-bolt Micro Adjustable, Forged Aluminium
Tires Giant Crosscut Gravel 2, 700x45c (622x45), Tubeless Ready
Sensor Giant PedalPlus 4-sensor technology
Load capacity 120 kg
Extras 4A fast charger

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