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Greyp Bikes officially launches in US; tech-forward E-MTB's now available

Published June 5, 2020

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Award-winning European E-MTB brand combines trail-capable spec with on-board tech, 4G connectivity.

San Pedro, California (June 2, 2020) — Croatian upstart e-bike brand Greyp Bikes (pr: grape) is incredibly proud to have officially launched its US operations on May 28th. The award-winning, flagship G6 electric-assist mountain bike line – featuring an unprecedented combination of app integration, connectivity and on-board data – is now available to consumers through its new US website, which is now live, and at select retailers.

US operations will be run from their San Pedro, California office under Managing Director Allyson Vought, a former multiple US National Champion cyclist and longtime industry veteran with over 30 years' experience. That may change soon, as they're currently looking into larger spaces elsewhere.

The bikes are the brainchild of Mate Rimac – aka 'Croatia's Elon Musk' – who is no stranger to electric vehicles: He's the founder of Rimac Automobili (RA), the brand behind two of the fastest-accelerating cars ever to burn up a track... which also happen to be fully electric. Rimac brought in mechanical engineer Krešimir Hlede as COO, to run the bike side as a department of RA, which soon became its own brand and moved its operations next door.

Along with key members of the auto team they endeavored to infuse into Greyp's e-bikes the wealth of expertise and experience garnered from developing the highest levels of automotive and battery technology along with digital connectivity. The result is a full-carbon trail bike with a high-tech heart and e-supercar soul. All three models feature impressive builds with name-brand components, backed by cutting-edge e-drive technology: 36V, 700Wh batteries power the 250W or 460W motors, which yields an estimated 60 miles of power-assist under normal use.

But what sets Greyp completely apart from the crowded E-MTB market is the host of high-tech connectivity and data offerings, when paired with the mobile apps – from front/rear built-in video cameras to full 4G and Bluetooth connectivity – that provide Silicon Valley-worthy street cred.

  • Built-in 4G eSIM card powered by T-Mobile means bikes are always connected to the internet
  • Over-the-air (OTA) software updates to the bikes and mobile apps on both iPhone and Android platforms
  • Front/rear hi-def video cameras for hands-free imaging of every ride; Remote camera operation/viewing for theft deterrence
  • Built-in GPS and navigation, accelerometer, and barometer
  • Real time, 'real-world' battery reserve readout based on GPS terrain data
  • Heart Rate-controlled power-assist mode, with included HR wrist strap
  • Mobile mount (with USB charging port) for in-app, on-the-fly control of all on-board tech

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