New BRAVO GLE Pro
NAKED BRAVO GLE Pro Electric Model
The Ebroh Bravo GLE Pro project began almost two years ago with its homologation in Spain, at the IDIADA facilities in Tarragona, which created the basis for the development of the first electric sports motorcycle developed in Spain.
The profile of the electric Ebroh Bravo GLE Pro is the image of the motorcycle that remains in our retina, the silhouette of a modern and sporty motorcycle. Ebroh has opted for a clearly “Sport Touring” approach for its first electric motorcycle, developed and tuned in Zaragoza for the entire European market. The Ebroh Bravo GLE Pro follows this trend seen in the vast majority of multipurpose sports bikes. These soften your driving posture seeking to adopt a more ergonomic driving position, and thus mitigate as much as possible the appearance of fatigue when the kilometers are accumulated.
For the Ebroh Bravo GLE Pro, a hydraulic fork with a diameter of 35 mm without adjustments has been selected. The seatposts are also oversized, with a size of 194mm. between the centers of the hanger bar anchors. Behind it is a simple monoshock with a 100 mm travel. The cycle part is completed with a good endowment of rims (17 ”), wheels (110/70 front; 140/70 rear), tubeless tires and double disc brakes on the front wheel and twin parallel piston calipers and single disc behind. Incorporates CBS braking distribution system.
Ternary lithium Ion central battery, Ni-Co, 72V 100Ah. The central and low position of the Bravo GLE Pro favors stability, control of inertia and load in movements. The recharging system is monitored, it operates with a domestic installation voltage. The charger is external and the average time for full recharging is about 5 hours.
The motor works with a voltage of 72V and yields 5000W. It is a synchronous “Brushless” motor. In terms of performance, the maximum speed of the Ebroh Bravo GLE Pro is 120 km / h and offers a range of 100 km.
Each Bravo GLE Pro lever operates the brakes on each axle, dispensing with the gearbox and clutch lever common to gasoline engines. It has a rotary knob to select driving modes, reverse, city, highway or neutral position.
The instrumentation is unified in a central digital clock with speedometer, odometer, battery charge, clock and indicators for lights, turn signals and selected driving mode.
The front, rear and indicator lights are made of LED diodes. The central headlight is made up of a double ellipsoidal optic, also LED.