Giant Chelmsford E-bike Demo Day

When: 9th May 2018 5 — 8pm

Where: The General’s Arms -

Join us on 9th May outside The General’s Arms in Chelmsford for a chance to sample a large selection of Giant and Liv mountain, road and lifestyle e-bikes (electric bikes).

Our test E-bike fleet consists of:
Full-E+ 1 SX Pro 25km/h S Black/Teal/YellowS1
Full-E+ 1 SX Pro 25km/h M Black/Teal/YellowM1
Full-E+ 1 SX Pro 25km/h L Black/Teal/YellowL1
Dirt-E+ 1 Pro 25km/h S Neon Red/OrangeS1
Dirt-E+ 1 Pro 25km/h M Neon Red/OrangeM1
Dirt-E+ 1 Pro 25km/h L Neon Red/OrangeL1
Vall-E+1 Pro 25km/h XS WhiteXS1
Vall-E+1 Pro 25km/h S WhiteS1
Vall-E+1 Pro 25km/h M WhiteM1
Amiti-E+1 25km/h XS Dark RedXS1
Amiti-E+1 25km/h S Dark RedS1
Amiti-E+1 25km/h M Dark RedM1
Road-E+1 Pro 25km/h S Team BlueS1
Road-E+1 Pro 25km/h M Team BlueM1
Road-E+1 Pro 25km/h L Team BlueL1

Each test ride will be approximately 30 minutes, depending on numbers. To book, please email

In order to test the e-bikes on the day, you will also need to bring a form of ID and a credit/debit card for insurance purposes.

We look forward to seeing you!

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