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Grace Electric Bikes Are Coming to the United States [VIDEO]
Aug 22, 2012
Grace from Berlin Germany, is bringing their high end electric bikes to the US market.
Grace electric bikes are high performance electric bikes from Berlin Germany. They made a splash in the e-bike scene with their fast, powerful and expensive Grace One. Now they have added a new bike, the Grace Easy and they are ready to expand into the U.S. market.
Checkout this press release from Grace about their entrance into the US market and more info on their high end electric bikes (including a video)!
Grace will start distributing electric bicycles in the US in spring 2013. Established in 2009, Grace is a premier e-Bike manufacturer from Berlin, Germany.
German engineering and craftsmanship bring the perfect balance of design, technology and durability to the Grace series of e-bikes. Combining interdisciplinary thinking, superior e-bike technology and the spirit of the road, Grace’s sophisticated design is the perfect interplay of attention to detail and aesthetic sensibility.
In 2012 the Grace Easy has been awarded the prestigious Red Dot design award. Grace is also the company behind the recently released Smart e-bike, which will be distributed through Mercedes Benz in Europe.
Grace is entering the US market with two models, the Grace Easy and the Grace One:
A level-up in e-bike engineering, the Grace One has a road feel that will call to the inner motorcyclist. The Ultra Motor offers the quickest acceleration of all Grace models and sustained speeds up to 30 mph (optional 20 mph) at the twist of the throttle.
The Grace One boasts our most substantial frame designs, the City and the Universal. Yet it still maintains classic Grace elegance – a sleek, uninterrupted line with battery integrated into the frame .
Choose from two frame models, the City and the Universal
Throttle operated motor assist
Battery ranges from 25-37 miles (motor and riding-style dependent)
12 Amp, 48 volt lithium ion battery with optional range extender up to 16.5 Amp
Ultra Motor in two configurations: 1,300 Watt with a maximum assist speed of 30 mph and 750 Watt with a maximum assist speed of 20 mph
What do you think? Would you like to test ride a Grace electric bike? What do you think of the Grace e-bike designs? Do you have any questions about these bikes? Please leave your comments in the section below.