The Grace E-motorbike
by Mark R
Take a look at this bike from Germany, and stop looking at the model with the silvery wardrobe from a cheesy James Bond movie. I’m pretty sure she’s not Megan Fox, who isn’t all that in the first place.
This bike is made from Formula One parts as well as parts from fighters. If that doesn’t sell you, then you should know that it is electric powered. Yes, there is a 1300-watt motor with lithium ion batteries in lieu of pedaling.
It is called the Grace, and it is good enough for 18 to 31 miles per charge, which depends on the rider’s weight. It takes about one hour to recharge the battery, and it can achieve a top speed of 40 miles per hour.
Yes, this bike is not available on the bike racks of your local Wal-Mart. Yes, this is a specially made bike made in Hanover, Germany, and it will cost you $8742.
That might sound pretty expensive, but you should consider the price of that compared to a car. At least that’s what the company says. They also say that it is “the world’s first and finest E-motorbike”. I mean, hey, if you live in a place that has warm weather all year, and you live alone, then this is the vehicle for you.