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Tech & Science low-budget electric motorcycle from Spain - Ebroh Bravo GLE

16:31  22 may  2020
16:31  22 may  2020 Source:   motorradonline.de

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With the Bravo GLE, the Spanish manufacturer Ebroh is offering a new electrically powered motorcycle that sorts in the low-budget price segment.

  Low-Budget-Elektromotorrad aus Spanien - Ebroh Bravo GLE © Ebroh.

Electrically powered bikes have become a serious alternative for many motorcyclists. Most electric motorcycles do not necessarily attract customers with reasonable prices. For example, the Harley-Davidson LiveWire costs 32,995 euros. The discounted bike from Zero is available from € 12,790. The Spanish manufacturer Ebroh is now going a slightly different route and is offering the Bravo GLE, a relatively inexpensive electric motorcycle. Ebroh wants only 4,490 euros for the Bravo in Spain. Buyers can choose between the three colors black, red and blue.

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What does the technical data sheet say?

The question of what the Bravo GLE has to offer technically comes up pretty quickly. However, not much can be found in the technical data sheet on the official website. Due to the low entry price, potential buyers logically have to do without the finest high-end components. The range should be just under 100 kilometers. At top speed, the Spanish manufacturer states 110 km / h. This is to be made possible by an electric motor with 5 kW, which is not described in detail. The 5.4 kWh lithium-ion battery should be rechargeable in just under five hours. This means that the Ebroh Bravo GLE can best be classified in the 125 segment in terms of performance and performance.

Ebroh otherwise gives the Brave GLE an LC display, two driving modes (high and low), LED lighting, a reverse gear for easier maneuvering and CBS (Combined Break System). A 276 disc should bring the Bravo to a standstill in time. For the wheels, Ebroh uses the dimensions 110/70 x 17 and 140/70 x 17. Ebroh does not reveal which tires are fitted as standard. According to the manufacturer, the naked bike should weigh 147 kilograms. According to Ebroh, the wheelbase should be 1,410 mm. The Spanish manufacturer also commented on the dimensions of the bike: the length is 2,060 mm, the height is 1,110 mm and the width is 700 mm. The seat height should be 845 mm.

In addition to the electric version, there is also a combustion variant of the Bravo - however, the Spaniards are now clearly focusing on electrically powered vehicles. In addition to the Bravo GLE, there are also a lot of scooters and bicycles in the product portfolio of the Spaniards. Unfortunately, it is not entirely clear whether the Bravo GLE is also available in Germany.

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