Greyp G12S Electric Bike

Sep 18, 2015

Category: Rides

A company once applauded for their all-electric supercar concept, the Rimac Concept One, has entered into the e-bike market by releasing the Greyp G12S into the wild. Unsurprisingly, this new electric bicycle contains many of the innovative features that Rimac’s concept car had.

The 19-inch frame is made from 25CrMo4 steel alloy tubes. The G12S contains just one battery unit to bring a substantial amount of power while weighing less than the typical two-battery designs. The battery can be fully recharged in 80 minutes, which will last a range of up to 74.5 miles. It has three riding modes, hitting a peak of 12 kW in Power Mode, which allows riders to hit a top speed of 43.5 mph, and 250 W in Street Mode, which lengthens the battery life but brings the bike to a top speed of 15.5 mph. The gorgeously designed bike has a bright yellow body with yellow highlights on the wheels, and can also be purchased with a gray base and yellow highlights. It’s available for $9,400. [Purchase]

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