SOLD - GreyP 12kw E-bike - SOLD

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SOLD - GreyP 12kw E-bike - SOLD

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Re: $5000 OBO GreyP 12kw E-bike - Mint Condition w/ 91 Miles

Post by eyebyesickle » Mar 06 2019 9:53pm

Updated title - lowered cost and raised the miles to 191... I CANNOT HELP BUT RIDE THIS THING!!! It is still mint, but it is a big risk trying to sell this bike mint condition and riding it...let me tell you, I have rode some high power ebikes, it's nothing new... but what stands out with this bike, is the special geared crank, allows you to pedal at 43 MPH... and the bike is built to be able to pedal - get this - - EFFECTIVELY. Unlike any other high power ebike I have ever encountered, this thing is actually designed to be able to pedal, all the way to its electronically limited top speed. The touchscreen dash with the battery levels and the temp sensor... its nice...

Anyway, someone please buy this thing before I end up riding it more and a rock kicks up or something, or even worse :shock: I better not jinx myself, hahaha.
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Re: $5000 OBO GreyP 12kw E-bike - Mint Condition w/ 191 Miles

Post by eyebyesickle » Mar 14 2019 4:46am

A little over 200 miles now, it was a nice day, had to take it out for a spin!!! No damage yet, but someone better come soooooon! I'd hate to have to look at myself in the mirror if I end up scratching this thing!

5k OBO... I'm open to offers, just nothing ridiculous...

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Re: $5000 OBO GreyP 12kw E-bike - Mint Condition w/ just over 200 miles

Post by PSI-FI » Mar 25 2019 6:33am

Hi mate would you consider sending to Australia ?

Thanks

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Re: $5000 OBO GreyP 12kw E-bike - Mint Condition w/ 91 Miles

Post by Chalo » Mar 25 2019 11:42am

eyebyesickle wrote:
Mar 06 2019 9:53pm
but what stands out with this bike, is the special geared crank, allows you to pedal at 43 MPH... and the bike is built to be able to pedal - get this - - EFFECTIVELY.
My power calculator says you incur something like 250W of extra drag by pedaling at 43mph versus not pedaling. So sure, you can make that much power with the pedals, but you'll only go as fast as if you didn't bother.
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Re: $5000 OBO GreyP 12kw E-bike - Mint Condition w/ 91 Miles

Post by PaulD » Mar 25 2019 1:05pm

Chalo wrote:
Mar 25 2019 11:42am
eyebyesickle wrote:
Mar 06 2019 9:53pm
but what stands out with this bike, is the special geared crank, allows you to pedal at 43 MPH... and the bike is built to be able to pedal - get this - - EFFECTIVELY.
My power calculator says you incur something like 250W of extra drag by pedaling at 43mph versus not pedaling. So sure, you can make that much power with the pedals, but you'll only go as fast as if you didn't bother.
Yep, above 35 mph, you may as well be tucking instead of pedaling.

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Re: $5000 OBO GreyP 12kw E-bike - Mint Condition w/ just over 200 miles

Post by eyebyesickle » Mar 25 2019 3:54pm

Well, sounds about right, slightly varying with technique... but I've watched the meter while cruising, and I can knock off a good .2-.5kw for short amounts of time on flat pedaling... And it's very fun as well, not to mention keeps me more engaged... So that's what I know... but good to have that info to chew on!

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Re: $5000 OBO GreyP 12kw E-bike - Mint Condition w/ just over 200 miles

Post by PSI-FI » Mar 25 2019 11:27pm

Hello again! I am am quite interested. I am just going through our Australian customs laws and figuring out if it complies with our import laws (off road recreational I suspect) . Totally understand if you sell before i can manage to ascertain if there will be no problem. My other option is a stealthy bike made here in Australia so although the greyp would look amazing next to my V8 BMW suv haha I need to make sure I am doing the right thing. Thanks so much for you quick reply!

Chris

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Re: $5000 OBO GreyP 12kw E-bike - Mint Condition w/ just over 200 miles

Post by eyebyesickle » Mar 31 2019 2:13pm

BAH - flat tire. Nashville construction... No damage or anything, I stopped immediately and then slow rolled (pushed) it home - 2 miles!!! UPHILL OF COURSE!!!
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Anyway so it's not going to be going up in mileage... but it will have 2 brand new 26 x2.5 hookworm tires, and everything else is MINT still... I think I am going to add a GPS and alarm w/ Key FOB - while I am at it. To me - it is crazy to have this expensive of a bike without the two... especially if you are planning to reliably use it for commuting. I am in a city and have had a bike stolen, so call me bias, but I rather have peace of mind and not have to always stress it whenever I go in somewhere.

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Re: $5000 OBO GreyP 12kw E-bike - Mint Condition w/ 91 Miles

Post by e-biker » Apr 17 2019 8:09pm

Chalo wrote:
Mar 25 2019 11:42am
eyebyesickle wrote:
Mar 06 2019 9:53pm
but what stands out with this bike, is the special geared crank, allows you to pedal at 43 MPH... and the bike is built to be able to pedal - get this - - EFFECTIVELY.
My power calculator says you incur something like 250W of extra drag by pedaling at 43mph versus not pedaling. So sure, you can make that much power with the pedals, but you'll only go as fast as if you didn't bother.
just anothere exampke of chalo anything over 24 volts is bad
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Re: $5000 OBO GreyP 12kw E-bike - Mint Condition w/ 91 Miles

Post by Chalo » Apr 17 2019 8:51pm

e-biker wrote:
Apr 17 2019 8:09pm
Chalo wrote:
Mar 25 2019 11:42am
eyebyesickle wrote:
Mar 06 2019 9:53pm
but what stands out with this bike, is the special geared crank, allows you to pedal at 43 MPH... and the bike is built to be able to pedal - get this - - EFFECTIVELY.
My power calculator says you incur something like 250W of extra drag by pedaling at 43mph versus not pedaling. So sure, you can make that much power with the pedals, but you'll only go as fast as if you didn't bother.
just anothere exampke of chalo anything over 24 volts is bad
???

I pointed out that at 43mph, you get more drag than power from pedaling. That's a fact, not a value judgment.
This is to express my gratitude to Justin of Grin Technologies for his extraordinary measures to save this forum for the benefit of all.

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Re: $5000 OBO GreyP 12kw E-bike - Mint Condition w/ just over 200 miles

Post by eyebyesickle » Apr 17 2019 9:21pm

Well actually Chalo, you are wrong. I did mention I can knock off 500w while pedaling at a maintained speed of 43mph... So if the terrain is the same, and the speed, but consumed wattage goes down... What does that tell you?

The additional drag added by pedaling at 43mph is going to have to be calculated considering broad mass including variables of loose clothing etc... And keep in mind the drag doesn't necessarily go up as - or at the same rate as pedal power does...

THAT'S a fact, actually. YouR statement seems more of a guesstimate of what might happen with whatever variables you filled in that may or may not apply to any given rider...

to be fair...

Anyway, this thing is up to like 350, and it is now my daily driver. It's super fun, and it looks better in person. I might keep it, still willing to sell, but having fun pedaling at 43mph, Chalo, lecture me about it hehehehe

Actually...

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