The Giant Twist Freedom DX Electric Bike is powered by two 26-volt lithium-ion batteries that pump out 75 Miles per Charge and features a torque sensor that monitors your pedaling and controls a 250-watt DC motor located in the front wheel. The motor on the Giant Twist Freedom DX Electric Bike helps your muscles keeps you on a steady pace. So when you get tired and pedal slower, the motor kicks in and vice-versa. There's also a controller on the handlebar that allows you to switch between three modes, each with different ratios of emphasis of muscle vs. motor. You can buy this Giant Electric Bike for a price of $2000 in May 2008. Giant Bicycles.
March 27, 2008 10:36 PM | Biking