This device can turn the cycle into an electric bike and Anand Mahindra loves it

India’s potential to create breakthrough services is slowly emerging as the norm. Indian inventors are slowly taking a prominent place in the industry and coming up with innovative and sustainable products. Among these visionaries is an inventor who recently received a great push from the man who is an important part of the industrial backbone of India – Anand Mahindra. Gursaurabh Singh is the founder and creator of the Dhruv Vidyut Electric Conversion Kit (DVECK), a revolutionary technology that can convert any bicycle into a battery-powered and motorized vehicle, with a maximum speed of 25 km/h and a capacity payload of 170 kilograms, with the greatest of ease. . You don’t need big tools or mechanical expertise but a DVECK to pull off the feat.

Anand Mahindra, who is one of India’s billionaire industrialists, is known for his remarkable efforts to improve society one creation at a time. Recently, a tweet promoting the collaboration between Mahindra and Singh surfaced on the microblogging platform, where Mahindra & Mahindra honcho praises the mastermind behind DVECK.

In what appears to be a humble but creative advertisement, a video shared by Anand Mahindra shows the wonders of DVECK through visual medium. After introducing DVECK’s inventor, Gursaurabh Singh, the clip takes viewers to the application of DVECK on a basic bullhorn handlebar bike.


Specs such as 40 kilometers of range, resistance to extremely harsh conditions such as wet mud and scorching fire, waterproof, rustproof and rechargeable battery, phone charger, among others, are displayed in the clip shared by Anand Mahindra. In a series of tweets, Mahindra spoke at length about the influence knowledge of this invention had on him.

“It’s a good reminder to all automakers focused on disruptive EVs that THIS EV revolution is perhaps the most important,” Mahindra wrote.

Mahindra then confessed his interest in becoming an investor despite the fact that this invention “will succeed commercially or be substantially profitable”. He wrote, “I’ll always be proud to be an investor” and asked Twitter users to put him in touch with Gursaurabh.

Turns out Mahindra’s interest reached the creator of DVECK, who in a tweet said he was looking forward to talking to Mahindra and said his “dream of bringing this invention to the 8 crore of people across India feel so in grasp all of a sudden.

We want Gursaurabh’s invention to reach the 58% of India’s population, who still use bicycles as their primary mode of transportation.

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