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This new E-bike gives you the power to ride from suburban streets to rugged rural back roads with efficiency and control. It’s a great way to experience adventure on ever-changing terrain and feel the freedom to extend your range. That you’re doing so on one of the best gravel e bikes available only makes it better with only a bike like the Cannondale Synapse Neo SE to compare.

Why We Like It – Giant Revolt E+ Pro

The Giant Revolt E+ Pro gives you the power to ride from suburban streets to rugged rural back roads with efficiency and control. It’s a great way to experience adventure on ever changing terrain and feel the freedom to extend your range.

Pros
  • SyncDrive Pro motor can go 28 MPH
  • Specially designed tubeless tires
  • Shimano GRX 160mm hydraulic disc brakes
Cons
  • Battery is not removable
  • Saddle is fairly rigid

Durability & Build Quality

The Yamaha SyncDrive Pro centre motor has a high torque of 80Nm and, in addition to the five driving modes that you select manually, it offers an automatic mode though the automatic mode is known to put more effort on the driver then if you just switched it yourself. The Revolt E+ Pro is built on a frame made of high quality ALUXX SL aluminium alloy; the front aluminum fork is made of Advanced Composite carbon with an OverDrive2 steering column.

Performance (Speed & Acceleration)

Powerful SyncDrive Pro motor, light and durable ALUXX SL aluminum frame, and smooth riding tubeless tires give you the ability to ride any road, any route.The Yamaha SyncDrive Pro centre motor has high torque of 80Nm and, in addition to the five driving modes that you select manually, it offers an automatic mode. The drop bar E bike gives the riders further flexibility and options for comfort over the standard handlebars found on bikes like the Yamaha Wabash.

Range & Battery

All new Giant EnergyPak Smart 375 compact battery that delivers an impressive 375Wh of pedaling support and is seamlessly integrated into the frame for the sleek overall profile. It’s a long lasting battery Giant Contact also offers an EnergyPak Plus range extender allowing you to ride farther without running out of power, it adds an extra 250Wh for even greater range. Powered by Giant’s Hybrid Cycling Technology, a system that combines electric power with human power to produce a smart, natural and powerful E bike riding experience. Its power is generated by the new SyncDrive Pro motor, which helps riders climb steep hills, hold higher speeds, and ride longer distances.

Safety features

The Giant Revolt E Pro gravel bike is equipped with the new gravel roads specific Shimano GRX 11 speed drivetrain and hydraulic disc brakes, offering purpose built shifting and brasmooking performance on variable terrain. It also features the E bike specific Giant eX2 WheelSystem and high-volume tubeless ready tires for enhanced rolling efficiency, comfort and a reduced risk of tire punctures when you’re out away from any repair shop or on the trail where you can’t get a replacement. The bike isn’t any less safe on the city streets as the Yamaha Wabash E bike is optimized for both rugged and smoother terrain giving traction on dirt, gravel, and asphalt.

Value

While being cheaper than the Boardman ADV 8.9E and with its integrated battery it’s a safe cheaper option for those who can’t afford spending as much on a bike that can’t replace the family car.

Giant Revolt E+ Pro Wrap Up

It’s no Specialized Turbo Creo SL but that doesn’t stop the quality and performance of the E+ Pro from standing out among the best, it’s lower cost does rear its head though, mostly in the rigid seat and integrated battery being the parts that make what could have been a great bike and make it only good.

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Adam Dziedzic

I've been fascinated with tech ever since I opened up my early toys. Nowadays I don't just want to be able to enjoy my games and gadgets, but I also want to understand how they work. Been gaming since I was 5. Started with the Super Nintendo and worked my way up.

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