World Bicycle Day 2021: Top five E-bikes for Bicycle enthusiasts


During this ongoing pandemic, bicycle sales have shot up even more. Buying bicycles are not only restricted to kids now, but even adults who have been in a lockdown-like situation for the past year are now looking to pick up a healthy habit in the form of cycling. Electric bicycles are trending in the market even more so for these reasons.

Benefits of an electric bicycle

 E-bikes have a lot of advantages like being reasonable, convenient, environment friendly and light on the pocket, and less maintenance. Some e-bikes have portable batteries and can be easily carried.

 So, on this World Bicycle Day, here are the top five e-bikes to inspire you to get to pedaling and incorporate a healthy habit in your lifestyle.

Hero Lectro

The Hero Lectro range offers various options like C6 700c, C3, C5i, etc. They have four ride modes: throttle (twist and go), pedelec (pedaling assisted by an electric motor), cruise (6 km/h), and pedal. The price range starts from Rs 24,999. The bikes have a 100kg load capacity and can offer a speed range of up to 25km/h.

 Nexzu Mobility Roadlark

Launched in April this year, the main features of Roadlark are: ‘dual battery system’, removable battery, disc brakes at both ends. The primary battery is 8.7Ah and lightweight, whereas the secondary is a 5.2 Ah in-frame battery which can be charged using a domestic socket. The new Roadlark claims to cover75-km range in throttle mode and a 100-km riding range in pedelec mode. The e-bike speeds up to 25 km/h and is priced at Rs 42,000.

 Qubit Foldable E-Bike

Qubit e-bikes range consists of e-bikes that can be foldable and easily put back together in only 3 steps. The X1 does a top speed of 25 km/h and 30 km (pas) range and weighs 15.5 kg, including the battery pack whereas the X2 weighs 18.5 kg (including battery) has a longer range of 35 km with a top speed of 25 km/h. The bikes come with five modes – pedal, walk, cruise, throttle, and pas.

AlphaVector’s Meraki by Ninety One

The Meraki, powered by a 250 watt, IP 65 (waterproof ) BLDC motor that has a top speed of 25 km/h.It is priced at Rs.29,999. The lithium-ion battery with 6.36AH lasts 750 cycles of charging. It can go up to 35 km at a single charge. It comes with four ride modes – Pedal Assist, Throttle, Pedal, and Cruise.

Nahak Motors

 India’s first-ever electric bicycle, priced at Rs 27,000, has a lithium battery and can run up to 25 km in a full single charge. The e-cycle is available in 3 variants – Regular, Premium, and Luxury. While the Premium and Regular variants offer a 25 km range in throttle mode and 40+ km range in Padlec mode, the Luxury variant comes with a 35+ km range in throttle mode and 50+ km range in Padlec mode. All three variants have a load capacity of 120 km.

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