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German e-bike brand, Grace, has U.S. distributor

Published June 11, 2014
The Grace Easy model.

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (BRAIN) — Grace Electric Bikes are now available in the U.S. thanks to a new distribution agreement with Grace Bikes USA.

Grace Bikes USA is operated by Darin Brin, who is also managing the new U.S. distributorship for Nicolai bikes. German designer and bike maker Kalle Nicolai wasthe co-founder of Grace Bikes and remains owner of Nicolai.

Grace, marketed as "The world's coolest e-bikes," has more than 124 dealerships in Europe.

Models include the Grace Easy, which features a BionX hub motor, regenerative braking, four levels of regeneration and multiple levels of pedal assist.

“The Grace Easy has a top range of 26 MPH and can easily cover 30 to 60 miles, depending on the terrain and the use of pedal-assist,” said Mike Page, sales director at Grace Bikes USA.

“The Magura MT4 hydraulic disc brakes, front and rear LED lights, Gates Carbon Drive and a variety of custom options make the Grace Easy one of the best-looking electric bikes to enter the U.S. market,” Page said.

Grace also offers the off-road oriented Grace MX, which features a suspension fork, a Bosch mid-motor electric drive, Gates Carbon Drive and the Nuvinci N360 continuously variable planetary hub for seamless shifting.

More information: Gracebikesusa.com.

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