I know that times are pretty rough at this point, and we aren’t likely to see the bottom of the market just yet, but that doesn’t mean we cannot plan ahead in our lives while keeping the environment clean, right? Enter the Electric GPR-S motorbike that does not only sport a mean look, it also helps you reduce your carbon footprint by relying on electricity to ride you around town. The GPR-S comes with a powder-coated steel frame and braced aluminum swing arm, capable of hitting 70 mph in full stride with a 35 to 60 mile range. It takes around 4 hours to fully charge the GPR-S via the on-board charger, while picking up an optional speed charger with integrated BMS will reduce your waiting time to just 1.5 hours. At $8,000, it might sound pricey but when you compare it to other e-bikes in the same class, those retail for around $10,000 to $12,000, making the Electric GPR-S somewhat a bargain.