Handlebar integration is one of the most important features on Giant E-bikes. We have updated our RideControl units with improved graphics and displays, better ergonomics and new features such as internal handlebar cable routing. Here’s a look at the latest RideControl units.
RideControl Ergo takes your E-bike riding experience to new levels with optimized controls and a clean handlebar layout. The robust buttons are designed to use in all conditions with a comfortable feel and grip. The controls are thoughtfully designed with new LED lighting that shows your battery level and lets you switch between five support modes (Power, Sport, Active, Basic, Eco). It’s also compatible with the new RideDash EVO, an integrated display that mounts on the handlebar/stem area and shows important ride date such as speed, distance and navigation.
RideControl Ergo 2
This new control unit is optimized for city and trekking bikes that don’t have front derailleur or dropper seatpost levers on the handlebar. It’s optimized for ergonomics, with larger buttons that are easy to reach. LEDs indicating battery level and support mode make it a standalone control unit that doesn’t require a display. A smaller 6mm connector makes it possible to have internal handlebar cable routing.
RideControl Ergo 3
This updated control system features clean buttons that are integrated with the handlebar grips. You can install the three-button control on the left or right side, making it easy to switch power modes. You also have the option of adding a second control on the other side. Using the RideControl App, you can configure it to your own personal preferences.
This two-in-one unit features buttons to control support modes plus an integrated color display. You can check range, battery level and support mode, along with standard cycling data such as speed and distance without having to another screen to the E-bike. It also has an ANT+ connection so you can connect a heart rate monitor and other fitness devices.