Greyp Bikes co in Croatia has recently gained attention from around the world
Mate Rimac: This is the most advanced electric bike on the planet at the moment.
Croatian Greyp bikes tested in Monaco
Greyp Bikes breakthrough to institutional markets worldwide!
Greyp Bikes is a sister company of the better known Rimac Automobili in Croatia. With its electric bicycle G12S the company Greyp Bikes has recently gained attention from a significant number of institutional buyers from around the world.
Even though this bespoke product has gained much attention in the B2C market which has been the sole focus for the Greyp Bikes - with its unique design and uncompromising performance the G12S has managed to stir interest with more demanding users such as the police and security forces. Among several interested parties coming from various continents, Police Department of Monaco stands out as the institution which has for some time been extensively testing the everyday usage of Greyp Bikes.
Other than the fact that Greyp Bikes meet specific expectations such as difficult conditions of usage, an essential precondition for the establishment of a business cooperation emphasised by the Monaco Police Department is also found is the readiness of this Croatian company to promptly and professionally respond to specific demands such as: increase in the already wide range of bicycles or install additional equipment (signal lights, racks…).
As the several months of test runs are going by flawlessly and in accordance with expectations, Greyp Bikes point out that this gives them the right to expect in due time the completion of this business collaboration.
Dressed Greyp bicycle
Naked Greyp bicycle
Greyp Bikes specifications
The Greyp G12S is a 2nd generation of our first electric bicycle - the Greyp G12. The G12 was designed from the ground up to combine the best of both worlds – motorcycles and bicycles.
Its successor, the Greyp G12S takes the whole experience even further. Our electronics and hardware wizards have spent countless hours developing a unique user experience, so far unseen in the e-bike industry.
You don’t need to worry about keys ever again. The biometric sensor ensures that you are the only one to unlock the bike with a mere finger scan. Your thumb can lead you the Street Mode, while your middle-finger will activate the Power-mode.
Most EU countries consider two-wheeled electric vehicles as motorcycles if they can reach a speed in excess of 25 km/h and have more than 250 W of power. The G12S has a special mode to comply with the regulations for road vehicles – which limits the speed and power. Still, the top-speed is just a tap away on the touch-screen when you need it.
The Greyp G12S user interface provides information on speed, consumption, ideal and calculated range, temperatures and much more. Sophisticated electronics collect processes and display a large variety of data to the rider, which helps you plan your rides more efficiently and keeps you up to date with all of the bike’s parameters.
No need to pedal
You can pedal if you want, assist the motor or ride the G12S like a motorcycle. It will reach 70 km/h without any assistance from the rider. You can forget about sweating ever again while riding up a hill!
The Greyp G12S can reach up to 120 km of range with a single charge. Sophisticated algorithms predict the remaining range based on your riding style and by that, make it possible for you to predict when to slow down in order to preserve energy and substantially to reach your destination.
You will almost never need to use the mechanical brakes. The motor can recharge the battery with up to 2 kW of power while braking which for most of the time is more than enough.
Nevertheless we didn’t compromise on the breaks either– one of the best hydraulic disc brakes on the market today provide for more than enough stopping-power even for the most demanding situations.
The G12S can be re-charged from 0 to 100 percent in only 80 minutes – from a standard 110V/220V outlet. A full charge consumes just about 1, 5 kWh of energy which cost around 30 euro-cent in Europe (according to average electric energy cost in the EU).
Speed-mode power: 12 kW
Street-mode power: 250 W
Speed-mode top-speed: 70 km/h
Street-mode top-speed: 25 km/h
Range: up to 120 km
Battery capacity: 1,5 kWh
Weight: 48,5 kg
Recharge time: 80 min
Regen braking power: 2 kW
Capacity: 1, 5 kWh
Nominal voltage: 84V
Integrated Rimac Automobili BMS
Cell-voltage monitoring (refresh – every 10 ms)
Low power consumption in sleep mode
Seamless 25CrMo4 steel tubes and sheet metal
Tig welded in jig
Dual mount bottom bracket
Cr-Mo sheet metal swingarm
Extra-long head tube
Carbon-fiber body panels
Frame size: 19” (XL)
Motor: custom direct drive BLDC with Neodymium magnets
Inventions and bicycles are not foreign to this part of the world. For example, a very young inventor Marcel Kiepach (1894-1915) from Croatian town of Križevci invented the well known dynamofor bicycles.
Marcel pl. Kiepach (1894-1915) was probably the youngest inventor that Croatia ever had. He patented his first inventions in several European countries already at the age of 16, mostly in the field of electrical engineering. His inventions have been patented in France, Germany, England, Switzeralnd and in the USA.
His first invention (maritime gyrocompass, which shows the North irresepctive of surrounding metal objects or the influence of magnetic forces) was patented in 1916 in Berlin (Kaiseriches Patentamt) under No 246656, owner Marcel von Kiepach in Križevci, Kroatien.
Dynamo for bicycles has been invented by Marcel Kiepach in the town of Križevci, Croatia.
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