Nexzu Roadlark electric bike with 100 km range introduced in India

The Nexzu Roadlark electric bike also comes with dual disc brakes with ABS, as well as a pedal assist mode that allows the range promised by the company.

Nexzu Mobility has also launched a cargo variant of the Roadlark electric bicycle for e-commerce.

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  • The Nexzu Roadlark electric bicycle is equipped with two batteries in the detachable 5.2Ah and 8.7Ah frame.
  • Nexzu Roadlark electric bike is powered by BLDC 250W 36V motor.
  • The Nexzu Roadlark electric bike also comes with dual disc brakes with ABS.

Nexzu Mobility transforms the EV experience for customers with their Roadlark electric bike that offers 100 km mileage and a top speed of 25 km / h. The Nexzu Roadlark Electric Bike is equipped with two detachable under 5.2 Ah and 8.7 Ah batteries and is powered by a 250w 36v BLDC motor. The Nexzu Roadlark electric bike also comes with dual disc brakes with ABS, as well as a pedal assist mode that allows the range promised by the company.

Pankaj Tiwari, Director of Marketing, Nexzu Mobility, said: “We are delighted that Roadlark is the breakthrough product in the field of e-bikes. We rise above the rest with an electric bike that offers a range of 100 km. This product will certainly drive the adoption of the electric cycle and is a promising innovation that could replace gasoline scooters and mopeds in the years to come.

In an effort to drive adoption in the B2B space, Nexzu Mobility has also launched a cargo variant of the Roadlark electric bike for e-commerce. The brand is in talks with delivery companies to embrace the global trend of deliveries using e-bikes. This would help increase the demand for eco-friendly electric bikes and help replace gasoline-powered scooters and mopeds.

Nexzu Mobility has expanded its dealer network across India to cities like Madurai in Chennai, Gurugram in Haryana, Vijayapura in Karnataka, Ahmedabad in Gujarat, Ballabgarh in Haryana, Medchal Malkajgiri in Telangana and Chhattisgarh. Consumers can also purchase the product directly from the company’s e-commerce platform, Nexzu, for door-to-door delivery across India.

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