Welcome to the future of transportation
3 modes for effortless riding
Lithium-ion battery for a supercharged life
Lithium-ion batteries are powering your smartphones, laptops and are even being used to power electric vehicles. So, it’s no surprise that they’ll be used to power the e-bike. The best e-bikes are one that have lightweight but long-lasting batteries, and which can be quickly taken out and replaced. The e-bike battery can be easily removed and charged at home or anywhere you want, making it extremely comfortable. Every e-bike comes with a charger similar to a laptop charger than can be plugged into your home or office to charge the battery. The battery takes 3-4 hours to charge fully and consumes only 1 unit of electricity making it efficient and cost effective.
Pick your bike that has a powerful battery to give you incredible speeds and last long so that you can travel vast distances easily. The ideal e-bike will provide a top speed of 25kmph and continue to run for approx. 50 km!
A feature loaded package for ultimate comfort and safety
The modern e-bike usually has seats that are wider and provide an additional cushion as compared to a traditional bike. Besides, you can get add-on seat covers to make the riding experience even more comfortable. The right posture is integral, especially for riding long distances.
Depending on the type of e-bike you opt for, they’ll come with tyres that are specific to the requirement. A city cruiser will have light-weight tyres that are built for speed and gripping the road, whereas a mountain e-bike comes with huge tyres to hold on in rough terrains. But whichever option you choose, go for puncture-resistant tyres, which are thick and contain liquid sealants.
Sturdiness with agility
Depending on your requirement, you need to pick an e-bike that is ideally suited for your needs. For tougher terrain, a sturdy and heavy e-bike may work great, but the same will be a hassle for city driving. Pick a bike that is sturdy but also light-weight so you can take it along wherever you want, be it right till your doorstep at home or your office space.
Everything you want to know about e-bikes
E-bikes are a great alternative to the two-wheeler or four-wheeler, especially for single travellers. Some of the benefits of using an e-bike over other vehicles are:
- Ride faster than a normal bicycle
- Don’t sweat it, ride uphill effortlessly with the motor powering you
- Get active, get fit – as per research, a mere 30-40 minutes of cycling can have a significant impact on your overall health and wellness
- Save the joints – exercise without stressing your knees
- Save the planet – save 90gms of CO2 emission per km
No. e-bikes have a maximum speed up to 25 kmph, so you do not need a license to ride an e-bike.
There are three ways you can ride an e-bike
- Pedal it out! If you are a fitness freak and want to use it for work out, or a trek session, you can drive the e-bike by pedaling just like a normal bicycle.
- Pedal Assist: There are 5 modes of pedal assist. It is the combination of pedals along with the boost of the motor.
- Motor only: In this mode, you can ride the e-bike just a normal petrol-powered two-wheeler.
There is one for every need which can be built with features customized as per the requirements. Some of the e-bikes types in the market are:
The easy bike
Ideal for simple needs, the easy bike is built to have agility and comfort. It has lighter but equally grippy tyres while it comes with a basket, ideal for carrying groceries or other essential items.
The adventure bike
The bulky looking version of an e-bike, the adventure bike has massive tyres that are built for the off-road experience. The adventure bike comes with an enormous battery and is relatively heavier due to its steel-metal frame. The bike is ideal for those who seek adventure and wish to travel off-road in the arms of nature!
The city bike
The best option for city cruising, the city bike is light-weight and agile, built for providing additional comfort when rising through the city. The city bike is easy to manoeuvre and comes with a long-lasting battery to provide the right power and mileage for daily use.
Depending on the brand. It gives anywhere between 30-80kms per charge. It also may vary depending on Altitude, Weight, and Terrain etc.
The life of the battery depends on your usage. A battery lasts approx. 1000 charge cycles ie. 1000 full charges, which can easily be up to 3 years.
All electric bikes are capped at 25kph as per the ARAI norms. Above this the electric motor will cut out.
It takes a total of 1 unit of electricity to charge e-bike’s battery fully. It runs at a rate of 6 paise per kilometre.
No, electric bike batteries require charging from the mains.
Currently we don’t provide this facility.
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On average e-bike batteries will take 3-4 hours to charge. Charging time will vary depending on the size of the battery. Batteries with a higher capacity will take longer.
It depends on the usage. On an average it lasts 800-1000 full charges or roughly 3 years.
Electric bikes should be cleaned like any other. Avoid jet washes and use warm water and proper bike cleaner.
The most obvious associated cost of running an e-bike is the electricity used to charge the battery. The cost of which is considerably less than running a car over the same distances. Additionally there are on-going costs as batteries will eventually need replacing. The frequency will depend on use but if you take care of your battery as with any other component then replacements will be required less frequently. Typically, every few years.
Except for Motor and Controller, the components are fairly normal for a bicycle vendor to understand. In an emergency, you can always contact them for normal wear and tear or you can buy our package Peace of mind.
E-bike batteries should be looked after as any other. Avoid storing in direct sunlight; ideally in a cool dry place. It is also advisable to take care not to drop or damage the battery. You don’t need to completely drain the battery before charging it.
You can ride it as a normal bicycle and then charge the battery as soon as you find a power source.
Yes! e-bikes are rated IP65 which means they are wash-down capable, dust-proof, and waterproof. However we will suggest not riding in heavy rains as well for safety reasons. All the electrical components are designed to be water proof, although it’s not recommended to submerge the components for long periods of time.
Choosing an e-bike is just like choosing any other bike. The first thing to think about is what you’ll be using it for. Think about whether you might want suspension, slick tyres, lots of gears, etc. Once you know this information you can think about how far you want to go and how much power you want. Generally speaking the larger the battery the greater the range and the more torque in the motor, the more power you will have available to you.
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