The Grace Pro Bike is world’s first street-legal e-motorbike
The Grace Pro bike was designed by Michael Hecken and Karl-Heinz Nicolai who managed to develop the world’s first street legal e-motorbike, according to Grace. The bike’s frames are produced at the Nicolai factory where most of the CNC machining for the bike is made as well.
Next, it features a brushless 1.3kW motor on the rear wheel which can take this bike to a top speed of 45 km/h. The Grace Pro Bike will run up to 50 km in a one-hour charge thanks to li-ion batteries hidden inside of the frame. A handlebar mounted computer with two headlights contained in a CNC-machined block of aluminum make this e-bike even more interesting.
The Grace Pro Bike will be available in three frame options: race, city and universal and future customers can pick between 64 color choices, computer and battery case variations. The price for this electric bike? The city and universal models will cost 6,999 EUR ($9,530) while the more powerful version, the Race model will sell for 7,398 EUR (#10,100).