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The new Greyp G12H electric bike goes up to 150 miles on a single charge

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Greyp Bikes announced a new electric bike today called the Greyp G12H. It can reach speeds of up to 27 miles per hour while using its 3kWh Lithium-Ion battery. It’ll reportedly stay charged for up to 150 miles. We don’t know how much it weighs, but Greyp’s similar bikes weigh around 120 pounds, so I’d presume it’ll be around there. Greyp says this model is "fit for every day commuting." I say that I want to see all the New York food delivery people zipping around on these. The bike isn’t available to buy yet, and we don’t have pricing info. We’ve covered a few electric bikes, all of which still seem cool as hell to me. This new bike isn’t the fastest available, nor is it the cheapest or lightest, but it’s got great battery life and range, which is what Greyp thinks will encourage people to buy the G12H.