GRAFT E0.12 ELECTRIC ENDURO | Little more than a mountain bike

 Graft-EV from Taiwan has announced the E0.12, an electrically powered light enduro. With 22 kW output and 50 kg weight, driving pleasure is guaranteed.

Anyone who loves the lightness of a mountain bike but hates having to pedal, could be happy with the Graft E0.12. The small electric enduro is hardly more bulky than a bicycle, but much more dynamic.  Lots of bike parts The frame of the E0.12 is made up of milled aluminum parts and titanium connecting elements made in the 3D printer. The rear swing arm is also made of aluminum. Carbon is the material of choice for the 21-inch spoke rims. The telescopic fork and the central spring strut come from the bicycle sector from the manufacturer Fox. Both can be set several times. The hydraulically controlled disc brakes on both wheels were also taken from the bicycle parts portfolio.  22 kW meet 50 kilograms The electric motor with a peak output of 22 kW and a wheel torque of 440 Nm sits just behind the pivot axis of the swing arm and transfers its power to the rear wheel via a permanently lubricated chain. Energy is supplied by the two-part battery pack that is inserted into the frame on the left and right. Both parts can be removed for reloading. Information on the range or the battery capacity is not yet available. The only source of information for the driver is a digital round instrument on top of the frame.  The Graft E0.12, which weighs only 50 kilograms, is not allowed on the road due to the lack of appropriate equipment. On the other hand, off-road tours can sometimes end under water, because all of the technology is waterproof according to the IP67 standard. According to the manufacturer, the bike can withstand a 30-second dive from a depth of up to one meter without damage.  Information on prices and availability is not yet available. Just the note on the manufacturer's website that it should start soon.  CONCLUSION An electric light enduro is rolling in from Taiwan, which is hardly more massive than an e-mountain bike. In the Graft E0.12, 22 kW of power meet a weight of just 50 kilograms.

Anyone who loves the lightness of a mountain bike but hates having to pedal, could be happy with the Graft E0.12. The small electric enduro is hardly more bulky than a bicycle, but much more dynamic.

Lots of bike parts

The frame of the E0.12 is made up of milled aluminum parts and titanium connecting elements made in the 3D printer. The rear swing arm is also made of aluminum. Carbon is the material of choice for the 21-inch spoke rims. The telescopic fork and the central spring strut come from the bicycle sector from the manufacturer Fox. Both can be set several times. The hydraulically controlled disc brakes on both wheels were also taken from the bicycle parts portfolio.

Anyone who loves the lightness of a mountain bike but hates having to pedal, could be happy with the Graft E0.12. The small electric enduro is hardly more bulky than a bicycle, but much more dynamic.  Lots of bike parts The frame of the E0.12 is made up of milled aluminum parts and titanium connecting elements made in the 3D printer. The rear swing arm is also made of aluminum. Carbon is the material of choice for the 21-inch spoke rims. The telescopic fork and the central spring strut come from the bicycle sector from the manufacturer Fox. Both can be set several times. The hydraulically controlled disc brakes on both wheels were also taken from the bicycle parts portfolio.  22 kW meet 50 kilograms The electric motor with a peak output of 22 kW and a wheel torque of 440 Nm sits just behind the pivot axis of the swing arm and transfers its power to the rear wheel via a permanently lubricated chain. Energy is supplied by the two-part battery pack that is inserted into the frame on the left and right. Both parts can be removed for reloading. Information on the range or the battery capacity is not yet available. The only source of information for the driver is a digital round instrument on top of the frame.  The Graft E0.12, which weighs only 50 kilograms, is not allowed on the road due to the lack of appropriate equipment. On the other hand, off-road tours can sometimes end under water, because all of the technology is waterproof according to the IP67 standard. According to the manufacturer, the bike can withstand a 30-second dive from a depth of up to one meter without damage.  Information on prices and availability is not yet available. Just the note on the manufacturer's website that it should start soon.  CONCLUSION An electric light enduro is rolling in from Taiwan, which is hardly more massive than an e-mountain bike. In the Graft E0.12, 22 kW of power meet a weight of just 50 kilograms.

22 kW meet 50 kilograms

The electric motor with a peak output of 22 kW and a wheel torque of 440 Nm sits just behind the pivot axis of the swing arm and transfers its power to the rear wheel via a permanently lubricated chain. Energy is supplied by the two-part battery pack that is inserted into the frame on the left and right. Both parts can be removed for reloading. Information on the range or the battery capacity is not yet available. The only source of information for the driver is a digital round instrument on top of the frame.

The Graft E0.12, which weighs only 50 kilograms, is not allowed on the road due to the lack of appropriate equipment. On the other hand, off-road tours can sometimes end under water, because all of the technology is waterproof according to the IP67 standard. According to the manufacturer, the bike can withstand a 30-second dive from a depth of up to one meter without damage.

Anyone who loves the lightness of a mountain bike but hates having to pedal, could be happy with the Graft E0.12. The small electric enduro is hardly more bulky than a bicycle, but much more dynamic.  Lots of bike parts The frame of the E0.12 is made up of milled aluminum parts and titanium connecting elements made in the 3D printer. The rear swing arm is also made of aluminum. Carbon is the material of choice for the 21-inch spoke rims. The telescopic fork and the central spring strut come from the bicycle sector from the manufacturer Fox. Both can be set several times. The hydraulically controlled disc brakes on both wheels were also taken from the bicycle parts portfolio.  22 kW meet 50 kilograms The electric motor with a peak output of 22 kW and a wheel torque of 440 Nm sits just behind the pivot axis of the swing arm and transfers its power to the rear wheel via a permanently lubricated chain. Energy is supplied by the two-part battery pack that is inserted into the frame on the left and right. Both parts can be removed for reloading. Information on the range or the battery capacity is not yet available. The only source of information for the driver is a digital round instrument on top of the frame.  The Graft E0.12, which weighs only 50 kilograms, is not allowed on the road due to the lack of appropriate equipment. On the other hand, off-road tours can sometimes end under water, because all of the technology is waterproof according to the IP67 standard. According to the manufacturer, the bike can withstand a 30-second dive from a depth of up to one meter without damage.  Information on prices and availability is not yet available. Just the note on the manufacturer's website that it should start soon.  CONCLUSION An electric light enduro is rolling in from Taiwan, which is hardly more massive than an e-mountain bike. In the Graft E0.12, 22 kW of power meet a weight of just 50 kilograms.

Information on prices and availability is not yet available. Just the note on the manufacturer's website that it should start soon.

CONCLUSION

An electric light enduro is rolling in from Taiwan, which is hardly more massive than an e-mountain bike. In the Graft E0.12, 22 kW of power meet a weight of just 50 kilograms.

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