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  Reply # 1966279 1-Mar-2018 08:29
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This .... https://www.bikeexchange.com.au/blog/2018-giant-full-e-1-pro-electric-mountain-bike-review

 

The engine starts to work based on the torque of the peddles, so when you start to peddle harder the motor picks up the load. Just cruising along, then its off. Gives a far greater range and more natural feel to cycling.

 

 

My hiko pulse does the same, but yeah rare motor is less natural, I'm happy so far.





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  Reply # 1966296 1-Mar-2018 08:53
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I thought most of them work that way (assist mode, with the power setting typically allowing 100%-300% boost from the battery)


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