It has become abundantly clear in the recent past that electric power is the next wave of bicycle innovation and production, and there are dozens of companies trying to get in on the trend. The guys at Rimac have two of the more aggressive entries in the space already, but they have just announced a third: the more commuter friendly G12H.
The newest generation of their electric bike takes the brand’s prior entry – the G12S – and pares it into a more manageable road-legal version. Equipped with many of the same features of its brethren, this version boasts a much improved range of over 155 miles per charge. It also features Supernova lights for whenever you’re caught riding after dusk or before dawn. And it has a top speed of 28 miles per hour, which meets the EU’s requirements for non-motorcycle road regulation. This commuter version also still comes equipped with a biometric scanner for fingerprint activation and can be programmed with a different riding mode for each finger or the fingers of multiple riders. According to the company, it should be hitting the streets very soon. [Purchase]