This is the kind of ambitious innovation we enjoy here at mmminimal! The G-12 by Greyp Bikes took hours of research and development in both electronics and hardwiring to perfect. The end result is feat of technical mastery that combines a bicycle with a motorbike, giving you the best of both worlds.
Keys are a thing of the past with the G-12. Its fingerprint activated interface can save up to 50 users, with each user being able to save a different driving mode to any finger. The bike has three modes – Street, Eco, and Power – all of which communicate the speed, consumption, ideal and calculated range, plus temperatures on its touchscreen display.
You can decide to pedal, assist the motor, or just let the bike run itself like a motorcycle and hit the 65 km/h threshold. And with no exertion, you’ll be free to sit back and enjoy the ride. The battery recharge rate is great and will reach 100% in just 80 minutes with the range being 120 km for each charge. Economic and eco-friendly = awesome!
The Greyp G-12 is designed from the ground up to combine the best of both worlds – motorcycles and bicycles. It is a bicycle when you want it, or a motorcycle when you need it.
You will almost never need to use the G-12’s mechanical brakes. The motor can recharge the battery with up to 2 kW of power while braking which is more than enough most of the time.
Still, we made no compromise when it comes to brakes – hydraulic dual discs in the front and a single disc in the rear (both with 203 mm diameter) provide enough stopping-power for even the most demanding situations
The G-12 can be re-charged from 0 to 100 percent in only 80 minutes – from a standard 220V outlet. A full charge consumes just about 1,3 kWh of energy which cost less than 25 Euro Cent in Europe (according to average electric energy cost in the EU).
All mechanical components are engineered for demanding use over many years – the G-12 can withstand jumps, down-hill rides and rough surfaces while still maintaining a comfortable ride and seamless function of all components.