The tagline for the Greyp Bikes G-12 is “A bicycle when you want it, a motorcycle when you need it.” It’s capable of a pedal-free range of 75 miles, with power supplied by a 1.3kWh battery pack, mounted above a pair of 26-inch Maxxis Hookworm street tires and aluminum wheels. After awaiting the 80-minute charge (via any standard power outlet), riders can choose between three driving modes: Street, featuring a top speed limited to 25 km/h (15.5 mph) so it won’t be legally classified as a motorcycle; Eco, which maximizes energy-efficiency; and Power, which allows for faster acceleration and a top speed of 65 km/h (40 mph). Among the most interesting features is a 5-inch tablet-like touchscreen, displaying data such as speed, power output, battery life and estimated range based on current power usage. It also contains a fingerprint scanner, able to identify up to 50 different users and up to five fingers on each user. Check out the Greyp G-12 in action below.