Ebroh has been developing different mobility projects in Spain for the last three years and has now unveiled the company's first electric motorcycle.

CarAndBike, By Preetam Bora

© CarAndBike | Ebroh Bravo GLE Electric Motorcycle Unveiled In Spain

The Ebroh Bravo GLE electric motorcycle has been developed in Zaragoza, Spain, for the entire European market. While the company describes the Bravo GLE has to have a "sport touring" approach, from the design it looks more like a naked sports motorcycle than a touring motorcycle. The bike comes with a 72V electric motor which gives out the maximum performance of 5 kW (around 6.7 bhp). The motor is a synchronous brushless motor, and the maximum speed of the Ebroh Bravo GLE is rated at 110 kmph, with a claimed range of 100 km on a single charge.
The average time to fully recharge the battery is about 5 hours, and it can be charged through an external charger on any domestic charging socket. The Bravo GLE has a curb weight of 147 kg, and the frame is made up of a double upper cradle and a second lower cradle. The steel pipe structure is said to provide low weight, stability, rigidity, and torsion capacity. The suspension includes a 35 mm front fork, and a rear monoshock with 100 mm of travel. The 17-inch wheels are shod with a 110 mm front tire and a 140-section rear tire. Braking duties are handled by discs on both wheels, with 276 mm dual discs on the front wheel, and a 220 mm single disc on the rear wheel.
Ebroh Bravo GLE gets a full-digital LCD instrument console with speedometer, odometer, battery charge, clock, and indicator lights for turn indication, battery, and selected riding mode. The Bravo GLE is available in Spain for 4,490 Euros (around Rs. 3.67 lakh) and is available in a choice of four colors - black, red, blue, and green. Ebroh has been developing different mobility projects in Spain for the last three years, covering all transport solutions, from electric bicycles, personal mobility vehicles, a range of scooters, and now the brand's first electric motorcycle.
This article was originally published by CarAndBike.
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