Bloomberg, a business and financial focused news service, published a business story on the rise of E-bikes around the world, pointing to the Giant Quick-E+ as one of the best examples of this new technology trend.
“I recently tested Giant Bicycle Inc’s city-oriented Quick-E+,” wrote Bloomberg contributor Josh Petri. “There is no other way to put this: The bike is stupid fun to ride. Step on the pedals, and soon enough you’ll be cruising along with all the joy of two wheels but none of the drawbacks.”
In the story, Petri covers some of the key features and technology, writing: “Built into an aluminum frame is a rechargeable 36V lithium-ion battery, which powers a similarly integrated 500 watt electric motor, an onboard computer, and automatic lights. Everything else a daily commuter would want is here: fenders, a kickstand, and a rack. The motor senses how quickly you’re pedaling and how fast you’re going, then produces the right amount of power to match your effort and propel you along at up to 28 mph.”
For more, check out the full story at Bloomberg.com.
And for all the details on the 2018 Quick-E+, click here.