This Pune-based start-up presents an electric bike with a range of 100 km in India

The demand for e-bikes is increasing day by day in India, which has led many companies to invest their resources in better and efficient designs.

Today, Nexzu Mobility, a Pune-based electric vehicle company, launched their latest bike, which claims to transform customers’ cycling experience with their Roadlark e-bike which boasts a mileage of 100km and a top speed of 25 kph.

The Nexzu Roadlark e-bike is equipped with two 5.2 Ah frame-integrated and 8.7 Ah removable batteries. It is powered by a 250w 36v BLDC motor. It also comes with dual-disc brakes with ABS and a pedal-assist mode that allows for the range promised by the company. The vehicle is priced at Rs 44,000 and takes about 4 hours to fully charge.

“We are thrilled that Roadlark is the breakthrough product in the e-bike space. The company stands out from its competition with an e-bike that offers a range of 100km. Our product is sure to drive e-bike adoption and is a promising innovation that could replace gas-powered scooters and mopeds in the future,” said Pankaj Tiwari, Marketing Director of Nexzu Mobility, according to India Today.

Nexzu Mobility also launched the Cargo variant

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

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

Also Read: UP: Bridge connecting roads to two major districts collapses, no casualties reported

Back To Top