Bookmark Kaumudi Online  Bookmark this site  Editor@Kaumudi  |  Marketing  Print Advt rates  |  Calendar 2018        Go!    
 
 
September 22, Saturday 2018 11:09 AM       

       HEADLINES: Saradakkutty remembers nuns who stood with victim                                              Shah accuses Rahul Gandhi of supporting 'urban Naxals'                                              Russia warns US it is 'playing with fire' with sanctions                                              Batsmen have to be better prepared when they go to England next time: Dravid                                              Batsmen have to be better prepared when they go to England next time: Dravid                                              Kaumudi Facebook
       AUTOMOBILE Next Article: Production of vehicles up by 14.41% till Feb'18  
       Mobycy unveils new range of smart electric bicycles
 
         Posted on :18:09:34 Mar 14, 2018
   
A A
       Last edited on:18:09:34 Mar 14, 2018
         Tags: Mobycy, e-Bycy
 

NEW DELHI: India's first dockless bike sharing app, Mobycy, on Wednesday unveiled its new range of smart electric bicycles - e-Bycy.

With this addition of electric bikes into its fleet, Mobycy is further empowered to improve the first-and-last-mile connectivity, while offering an electronic assistance to daily commuters.

"By roping in electronic-assist bicycles in our fleet of shared and smart mobility solutions, we intend to provide everyday commuters with an efficient and faster way to move around and solve the challenges faced in short-mile connectivity," said co-founder, Mobycy, Akash Gupta.

"As a fast-growing green tech company bringing the revolution of shared dockless bicycles in India, we at Mobycy are also evolving quickly, keeping in mind the needs and aspirations of today's smart and tech-savvy commuters. With the introduction of smart and shared e-bikes in India, we are hopeful that a majority of new users will join our revolution of greener and healthier mobility. E-bikes also helps us solve the weather concern as people will now have both the options of bicycles at Rs. 5 per half an hour and e-bikes at Rs. 15 per half an hour," he added.

The e-bikes by Mobycy are powered by lithium ion battery, fitted with a 250-watt motor.

Enabling effortless commute across the city, these e-bikes can travel up to 40 km on a full charge, offering a top speed of 20 km/hr.

Up for hire soon on the Mobycy app, under the Flash icon, the e-bikes by Mobycy are priced at Rs. 15 per half an hour of ride.

Within just a little over three months of its launch, Mobycy has already spread the dockless bicycling sensation to 10 Indian cities.

In the beginning, the e-bikes by Mobycy will be available in beta app version in Gurgaon and some parts of NCR.

Besides, the fast-growing green tech start-up is eyeing at rapid expansion, focused at making e-bikes available at all of the cities where the brand is present.

A A
       AUTOMOBILE
Next Article: Production of vehicles up by 14.41% till Feb'18
 
 
AUTOMOBILE HEADLINES
Gill holds on to lead in Maruti Suzuki Dakshin Dare  
Honda Navilution sale crosses one lakh mark  
Tata Motors plans to roll out 10-12 new passenger vehicles in next 5 years  
Harley seeks alliance for lightweight bikes to grow India business  
Maruti Suzuki to Recall 1,279 units of new Swift and Dzire models  
Hyundai to drive in an electric SUV in India next year  
New Fiat Chrysler boss set to stay on course in post-Marchionne era  
Passenger vehicle sales rise 38% in June; car sales up 34%  
Hyundai crosses 8 mn cumulative production milestone in India  
India could have 10 million CNG vehicles on roads by 2025: Report  
Apple signs deal with Volkswagen for driverless cars  
Toyota Yaris launched at a starting price of Rs. 8.75 lakhs  
Honda drives in new Amaze; to launch six new models in three years  
Tesla sets up Shanghai firm as it expands China presence  
Volkswagen to recall 410K cars over faulty seat belts  
Terra Motors raises 10 million dollar fund to expand in Asian market  
CarToq emerges as the largest, most-engaged automobile platform in India  
Favourable taxation structure pre-requisite to launch EVs in India: Mercedes  
Toyota to build test track for self-driving cars  
Skoda eyes up to 10% growth in 2018  
China considering cutting duty on imported cars by about half  
Triumph Motorcycles India eyes 10% growth  
Dream job: Harley-Davidson interns get a free motorcycle  
BMW expects 50% of sales in India to come from X series SUVs  
First years’ service for smallest Rolls-Royce  
 
Do you think the police are delaying the arrest of Bishop Franco due to Vatican Pope's interference?
yes
 
no
 
don't know
 
 
 
Home Kerala India World Business Sports Sci&Tech Education Automobile CityNews Movies Environment Letters 
© Copyright keralakaumudi Online 2011  |  Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited.
Head Office Address: Kaumudi Buildings, Pettah P.O, Trivandrum - 695024, India.
Online queries talk to Deepu Sasidharan, + 91 98472 38959 or Email deepu[at]kaumudi.com
Customer Service -Advertisement Disclaimer Statement   |  Copyright Policy