Indian company E-Motorad’s dual suspension electric bicycle now available in Nepali market
E-Motorad, an Indian company, has introduced its electric bicycles to the Nepali market. As the country’s official distributor, Unity Trading Concern Pvt. Ltd. has brought these electric bicycles to the Nepali market.
The Nepali market now offers three electric bicycle models: EMX, T-Rex, and Doodle. The lithium-ion battery is from Samsung, and the derailleur and gear shifter are from Simano. For a full charge it takes about 3 and a half to 4 hours, depending on the bicycle specs.
The electric bicycle EMX has a 250-watt BLDC motor and a frame made of aluminum alloy 6061, both of which come with a lifetime warranty from the manufacturer. The EMX’s battery has a range of up to 70 kilometers in pedal assist mode and 50 kilometers on the throttle, depending on how it is used. It’ll set you back Rs 1,43,400.
T-Rrex is equipped with a hardtail bicycle frame for easy transportation. It has a range of up to 50 kilometers on pedal assist and 35 kilometers on throttle. T-Rrex has a fixed price of Rs. 113,600.
Doodle is another model which comes with folding feature . It has 20-inch wheels with a 4-inch rim width. One charge will take it up to 50 kilometers. It’s worth Rs 135,900.
All of these bicycles have been discounted by Rs 10,000, and helmets will be provided free of charge, as well as gift baskets, according to Unity Trading’s Chief Executive Director Chandra Prakash Shrestha.
In Shrestha’s opinion, these new electric bicycles have been introduced to the Nepali market with first dual suspension feature that can be used on a daily basis while also being environmentally friendly.
The company has its showroom located in Gwarko of Lalitpur. After the Dashain festival, dealers will be established in Kathmandu Valley and other parts of Nepal, according to Shrestha.