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Lapierre x Alpine is back for a new collaboration with the GLP III SE electric mountain bike

- Partners since 2022, Lapierre and Alpine unveil their brand new electric-assisted mountain bike at the cutting edge of sporting innovation, the GLP III SE.
- Stemming from the third generation of the Lapierre GLP range, it features the same styling cues as the Alpine A110 R: colours, lightweight and an extremely high level of performance.
- Available in four sizes (S, M, L and XL) and a limited edition of 300, the GLP III SE Mountain bike is priced by Lapierre at €11,499 inc VAT.


Lapierre x Alpine collaboration

Boldness, innovation and know-how are the core qualities the Dijon-based bicycle brand shares with the French carmaker. This collaboration between two iconic and historic companies in French industry aims to push the boundaries of performance and engineering. The result is exceptional bikes with a unique design and a focus on competition.

The GLP III SE is the second Lapierre x Alpine co-designed model and the first electric mountain bike in the partnership. The first bike from this collaboration is the Aircode DRS Alpine, released in 2022, a road bike that combines high technology and aerodynamics.

An inspired design

The GLP III SE takes inspiration from the colour code of the Alpine A110 R: the frame features an elegant mix of Matte Racing Blue and Deep Black. The Lapierre and Alpine designers worked hand in hand on this project to ensure the blend of the two worlds is optimised.

The meticulous work on the UD SLI carbon, composed mainly of unidirectional IM/VHM fibres, means that the bike is light and responsive yet rigid and resistant to match the handling and dynamism of the A110 R.

The GLP project: working on gravity

Born out of a desire to rethink the electric mountain bike concept, the Gravity Logic Project launched in 2017 has revolutionised the electric-assisted mountain bike market thanks to an unmatched concept in the world: refocusing and lowering mass as far as possible around the centre of gravity. The notion of weight becomes relative. The steering is ’light’, the bike ’playful’. This vision has never been equalled and is constantly evolving to fuel all  Lapierre’s developments of eMTBs and mountain bikes.

Coming from the 3rd generation GLP, the GLP III SE mountain bike is the perfect example of this new and innovative solution, placing the bike’s handling at the heart of its specifications.

Extreme performance

Ideally suited to the racing philosophy and spirit of the 3rd generation GLP, the new limited edition Bosch Performance Line CX Race engine generates more power than previous models thanks to its ’Race’ mode. True to its basic concept, the battery (725 Wh) is still external and easily removable.

As market and practices advance, the GLP range is turning increasingly towards Enduro (170mm fork), pure performance and competition.

High technology, excellence and balance are the keys to this collaboration: to be the best on all grounds and offer maximum pleasure. The GLP III SE mountain bike is available (in S, M, L and XL sizes) from Lapierre selected retailers and on its website:

About Lapierre

Since 1946, Lapierre has been at the heart of the cycling industry. Our commitment to quality and craftsmanship is matched only by our passion for performance and precision. Year after year, our innovative models, such as the legendary X-control, have left their mark on our industry and written our history. Both generalist and specialist, at ease on tarmac and rocky, steep roads, we provide city riders, families, amateurs and even the greatest champions. Relentlessly striving for quality and excellence, Lapierre is a leader in the world of mountain biking with, to date, the Lapierre Mavic Unity Team (XCO) and the Lapierre Zipp Collective Team (Enduro & E-Enduro). The Lapierre brand has been a force to be reckoned with in the World Tour, thanks notably to its historic 22-year partnership with the Groupama FDJ team and continues to be so through its association with the only French women’s team competing in the World Tour, FDJ-Suez.

About Alpine

Founded in 1955 by Jean Rédélé, the brand has set itself apart with its French-style sports cars. In 2018, the brand presented the new A110, a sports car faithful to Alpine’s timeless principles of compactness, lightness, agility and driving pleasure. The Alpine Business Unit was created in 2021 and thus became the brand dedicated to innovative, authentic, exclusive sportscars of the Renault Group, benefiting from the heritage and craftsmanship of its historic plant in Dieppe and the Alpine Racing and Alpine Cars teams engineering mastery.


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