Marching strong on its agenda of #SharedSmartMobility, Mobycy, India’s disruptive dockless bicycle sharing start-up unveiled e-bikes with the name e-Bycy. With the addition of electric bikes into its fleet of smart bicycles, Mobycy is further empowered to improve the first-and-last-mile connectivity, while offering an electronic assistance to daily commuters.
Mobycy’s E-Bikes: Specs & Price
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 40kms on a full charge, offering a top speed of 20km/hr. Up for hire soon on the Mobycy app – under the Flash icon, the e-bikes by Mobycy are priced at INR 15 per half an hour of ride.
“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 Mobycy Co-Founder, 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 & 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/half an hour & e-bikes at Rs.15/half an hour,” he continued.
Within just a little over 3 months of its launch, Mobycy has already spread the dockless bicycling sensation to 10 Indian cities, including Delhi, NCR, Pune, Bangalore, Chennai, Sonipat, Jaipur and Chandigarh. 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.