EV designer and builder Mate Rimac took time out from designing his next ecologically relevant hypercar—check out the Concept_One and C_Two if you’re unfamiliar with him and his company—to bring this electrically-assisted two-wheeled manual-propelled conveyance to the marketplace.
Rimac calls the bike the G6, and he built it in sister company Greyp, which specializes in bikes. The G6 features a carbon-fiber blend frame, Formula Cura brakes, and anti-theft and smart tech including a special heart rate monitor that turns on the electric assist if the physical strain on the rider gets to be too much. When assist is needed, the power comes by way of a 250-watt motor and 700-watt-hour battery combo; the range is 60 miles, but carry a spare battery and you’ve got twice that to rely upon.
Onboard tech also includes 4G, Bluetooth, GPS, and a host of other treats. The price reflects the premium build and features: ~$7K will get you on a G6 for the sunny season this year.