My video review of the Giant Trance E+ SX PRO

Mar 30, 2019
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I've gotta admit I had some pretty strong preconceptions about this bike before I rode it, mainly based on the geometry. I was very surprised.

 

R120

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#2
Nice vid
 

Sophie777

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#4
I've gotta admit I had some pretty strong preconceptions about this bike before I rode it, mainly based on the geometry. I was very surprised.

What about the breaking rear hubs?
Was there a reason for omitting that issue?
 

Tamas

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#6
I've gotta admit I had some pretty strong preconceptions about this bike before I rode it, mainly based on the geometry. I was very surprised.

Great review and awesome bike. Specs are great (I'm just not a SRAM brake fan but that's personal preference) and I think the 11 speed is drivetrain is perfect for the Yamaha motor's brute force... DD casing would be nice on the rear.
 
Mar 30, 2019
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San Clemente, California
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Commencal Meta Power
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Great review and awesome bike. Specs are great (I'm just not a SRAM brake fan but that's personal preference) and I think the 11 speed is drivetrain is perfect for the Yamaha motor's brute force... DD casing would be nice on the rear.
Thanks Tamas! Agreed, brakes are a very personal preference beyond the basic function of stopping.
 
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Great vid, Good to see something based on real use from a hardcore MTBer.
 

33red

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Thanks but 460 CS is my max and 51 pounds is my max so i hope they offer a different model to Canadians because i have a Yamaha and love it. An Efatbike is on my shoping list, please santa
 

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