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Giant to show e-bikes at motorcycle consumer show

NEWBURY PARK, Calif. (BRAIN) — Giant Bicycle USA will attend this month’s International Motorcycle Show in Long Beach and display its 2020 line of Giant, Liv and Momentum brand E-bikes. 


Last year’s Long Beach show attracted nearly 50,000 powersports enthusiasts. The company said the attendees “are predisposed to anything on two wheels. Since they’re now seeing Giant e-bikes in an ever-growing number of powersports retailers across the country, it makes sense to give them a peek at the latest from the industry leader in Hybrid Cycling Technology.”

Giant also plans to give away a Giant Stance E+. at the show, which is Nov. 22-24.

Several Giant e-bike ambassadors will attend, including four-time 500cc Grand Prix World Champion Eddie Lawson, women’s pro action sports athletes Tarah Gieger and Jolene Van Vugt, and Nitro Circus stars Ethen Roberts and Dusty Wygle. Meet and greet sessions will take place at 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Giant booth (#2043). 

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