The Greyp G12S is no ordinary electric bicycle, as its 19-inch frame, made from 25CrMo4 steel alloy tubes, contains just one battery unit to bring a substantial amount of power while weighing less than the typical dual battery designs. A full recharge (80-minutes) is good for 74.5 miles, and the bike itself has three riding modes. Riders will be able to hit a peak of 12kW in Power Mode, which enables you to achieve 43.5mph, and 250W in Street Mode, lengthening the battery life, but slowing the top speed down to 15.5mph. Pricing starts from $9,400. Continue reading for two more videos and additional information.
“This power pack feeds an electric motor installed in the rear wheel hub. With the three riding modes setup carried over from the G12, the motor produces a peak power of 12 kW in Power mode, down to 250 W in Street mode. The bike boasts a range of up to 120 km (74.5 miles), but the rider can add some extra muscle power to the mix by pedaling. A nice trick up the G12S’ sleeve is the regenerative braking which, according to Greyp, renders the brakes almost redundant in most cases, while the motor recharges the battery with up to 2 kW of power. Should the situation require emergency braking, the G12S is equipped with radially-mounted Shimano four-piston hydraulic calipers on both wheels,” reports Gizmag.