Giant unveils the Revolt E+ Pro, a drop bar ebike for road and gravel

Press Release

Giant introduces the all-new Revolt E+ Pro, a versatile drop-bar E-bike that’s designed for variable terrain including roads, gravel and dirt. Engineered with a smooth-riding ALUXX SL aluminium frame and new motor technologies that make it more powerful and able to go longer distances on a single charge, the Revolt E+ Pro is a great choice for riding city streets, bumpy backroads or long-distance routes on unpredictable terrain.



The Revolt E+ Pro is 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.


The motor delivers power based on a rider’s input and the chosen support mode. The Revolt E+ Pro features five support modes to choose from (Eco, Basic, Active, Sport, Power) and delivers a maximum support ratio of 360 percent. This means that, in Power mode, 100 percent of human torque input offers 360 percent pedal-assist power. It’s tuned to provide a quick and direct response to pedal input, delivering 80Nm of torque in less than 19 milliseconds.


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The Revolt E+ Pro’s Smart Assist technology gauges pedaling input and the terrain being ridden to determine the precise amount of power needed for a smooth and natural pedaling feel. It delivers pedaling assistance at high cadences so the rider can experience full support whether they’re climbing or descending on roads, gravel or dirt.


The new RideControl EVO display and control center makes it easy to view riding data such as speed, distance, estimated range and battery capacity. This handlebar-mounted unit features aluminium casing that’s shockproof and durable, and it has a USB charging port. It can be updated wirelessly via Bluetooth, making it easy to stay current with the latest software.


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The new integrated EnergyPak Smart compact battery contains 375Wh of energy. For longer adventures you have the option of adding the EnergyPak Plus Range Extender for an added 250Wh of battery power. And the EnergyPak 6A Fast Charger makes charging quick, safe and efficient, allowing you to charge the battery to 80% in about 90 minutes.


The frameset is inspired by Giant’s Revolt range of gravel bikes, designed to give riders efficiency and control along with smooth-riding comfort for long-distance adventures. It’s constructed with ALUXX SL aluminium produced in Giant’s industry-leading aluminium forging facility with proprietary production techniques. The Revolt E+ Pro also comes with a D-Fuse composite seatpost, which features a D-shaped shaft that adds compliance in the rear of the bike to enhance comfort and minimize fatigue.


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The Revolt E+ Pro is equipped with the new gravel-specific Shimano GRX 11-speed drivetrain and hydraulic disc brakes, offering purpose-built shifting and braking performance on variable terrain. It also features the E-bike specific Giant eX2 WheelSystem and high-volume tubeless tires (45c) for enhanced rolling efficiency, comfort and a reduced risk of tire punctures.



xamnam, Oct 15 2019 06:29


tux26, Oct 15 2019 07:43


"Revolt E"ng

GiantTjop, Oct 15 2019 08:31

Still not an E-bike fan, this looks good though!

Wayne pudding Mol, Oct 15 2019 12:04

 I like the fit guy carrying his bike across the river - because that is their target market, fit adventurous people

MDJ, Oct 15 2019 12:22

Battery range? ... I'm looking for around 109kms 😉

Evertonian, Oct 15 2019 12:47

Not sure about this one. I have an Orbea Gain and that lasts about 80km, if you save it on the down hills.

Pure Savage, Oct 16 2019 02:25

The name is terrible, Revolt ing

jtkbiker, Oct 17 2019 06:21

This bike should get appr. 80kms on just the stock battery. The extra battery system should put you at over 100 kms. The previous generation of this bike had a larger 500wh battery, and we were getting 96kms consistently on hilly terrain.
Although more of a pain, you could always take the charger with you. 30 min would be enough to gain back 20%.