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World’s Most Advanced Electric Bike Inventor Looking for Test Drivers

GreypAfter inventing the world’s first electric super car – the Concept One, Croatian inventor Mate Rimac turned his attention to developing what he is marketing as world’s most advanced electric bicycle, and he is looking for candidates who will help him test drive them…

The Greyp G-12′s, which includes nifty features such as fingerprint recognition ignition starting and smart phone integration via 3G connection, can reach speeds of up to 65 km/h with a range of up to 120 km. Full re-charge takes 80 minutes with a 1,3 kWh battery capacity. The Greyp G-12 will set you back 6,000 EUR, but Rimac is offering locals near Zagreb the chance to drive it for free.

We’re looking for some bad-ass test-riders! Here’s the deal – you will get a Greyp G12 for one month for free. All you need to do is ride at least 50 km per day, write a little documentation about your experiences and report problems to us.

You have to live close to us so only people that live within 40 km of our factory in Sveta Nedelja can apply. Please send an e-mail to [email protected] and let us know why we should choose you. Show us how awesome you are! – was the post on Greyp’s official Facebook page this morning.

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