The Greyp G12S was a beast of an e-bike, but its power kept it mostly in the dirt. Now, Greyp has toned it down with the G12H, a street-legal version that trades in the 70 km/h (43.5 mph) top speed of its predecessor’s Power mode for a battery with twice the capacity and a range of up to 240 km (149 miles).
Aiming for the best of both worlds, the G12S’s Power mode was built for messing around off-road, but to placate the safety spoilsports, a Street mode restricted it to 25 km/h (15.5 mph), which is the legal line drawn by European Union law between electric bicycles and electric motorcycles.
Unveiled this week at Intermot in Cologne, Germany, the G12H is designed to be more of an everyday e-bike for commuters. That means it’s been toned down to fall in line with new laws that came into effect in Europe on January 1 this year, with its 45 km/h (28 mph) top speed and 4-kW motor allowing it to roam the streets under the category of a moped.
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