LAS VEGAS, USA (AVING Special Report on 'interbike 2008') -- <Visual News> Giant introduced a new form of bicycling and viable alternative transportation called Hybrid Cycling Technology the Interbike Expo in Las Vegas from September 24-26, 2008.
Giant's new 2009 Twist Freedom hybrid bicycles seamlessly fuse human and electric power to make mobility easier and more efficient, while expanding the health benefits and enjoyment of cycling to more people.
Giant's Hybrid Cycling program leverages the company's decade of expertise and engineering prowess in powered cycling solutions with new bicycles that deliver drastically increased performance and ride benefits. Giant enters its new Hybrid Cycling program backed by a global infrastructure delivering unparalleled quality manufacturing and consumer technical support and distribution.
The advanced EnergyPak lithium ion battery technology and intelligence in Giant's proprietary PedalPlus power sensor and I² driver technology are two crucial technological highlights that enable the unique Hybrid ride and offer a drastically increased range of use. Rider input is read in real time through a highly receptive PedalPlus power sensor in the drivetrain that senses rider pedaling input and then interacts with the I² driver that intelligently and instantly reads pedaling motion. This creates a smooth power transmission message to the SyncDrive motor in the front wheel.
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