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Closer look at the Greyp G6

I got invited by Greyp to test their brand new EMTB, the Greyp G6 in Croatia. Priced at €6,999 it’s loaded with technology. Greyp is the sister company of Rimac, producer of some of the worlds fastest electric cars. The bike includes dual front and rear cameras, full carbon fibre frame, 700Wh battery, an always-connected to the web via an e-Sim integration that opens up new features such as live ride sharing, anti theft measures, over the air updates and a whole host of planned upgrades that the company can share to your bike over the duration of your ownership.

  1. Great review, on my iPad these are always muted with no method to turn on the sound, I always have to get the direct link.
  2. So is the bike itself any good? My impression is that is a rich mans toy rather than a serious mountain bike, but then again what I want from an EMTB is the most stripped down experience, with minimal tech, which this is not.
  3. Though having said that the motor and battery seem to be very interesting – will they be making it available to other brands?
  4. Great to have all that tech, but its seems a bit of a toy as said above. As a real EMTB it needs to be able to take a few knocks, I hate to think how much a new display is because if you have a crash that’s usually the first to go, I say this from experience. Then you have the cameras again costs when they go missing?
    Never the less great to see the anti theft side as theft is getting worse every month.
    The gaming, I’m not quite sure how that works but hey its different and updates over the air that’s fantastic, but we also need to know how much things are going to cost for this sim after 4 years?
    Great review Rob, we’ll have to get out and ride soon
  5. Looks to be a very interesting and complete overall package – and well filmed in a lovely location too! Can definitely see the Greyp being the tip of a new market sector with all the built-in technology (similar to the way the Flyon is going).
  6. Looks to be a very interesting and complete overall package – and well filmed in a lovely location too! Can definitely see the Greyp being the tip of a new market sector with all the built-in technology (similar to the way the Flyon is going).

    Hi @Rob Hancill, did you tested the heart rate control? Is it more or less like Smart HR in BLEvo? I think it is better because it is already integrated in the bike.. or is the assistance controlled by phone?

  7. Hi @Rob Hancill, did you tested the heart rate control? Is it more or less like Smart HR in BLEvo? I think it is better because it is already integrated in the bike.. or is the assistance controlled by phone?

    Yes it works very well.
    They liked what you did and have watched the video we made already! They’ve been working on the HR stuff for 2 years b

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