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Launched in India, cheap electric bicycles can run 25 km on a single charge

India: Individuals have recognized the value of the bike in daily life during the lockdown triggered by the corona virus. This is the factor why sales of bicycles have once again gained traction in the industry. International firms are also launching bicycles in India because of that. The UK company Go Zero has released its series of e-cycles on the Market in India. The cost is set at INR. 19,999 only.

The legend company stated this e-cycle will be able to run up to 25 kilometres on a single charge, . In India, the company has introduced three versions. At a cost of Rs 34,999, the most endeavouring of this bicycle was launched. The three models of Go Zero are Skellig, Skellig Lite and Skellig Pro. The cost was held at INR. 19,999, INR. 24,999 and INR. 34,999 each.

The internet shopping of the Go Zero versions of Skelling and Skelling Pro will begin on 8 November. That is, starting on 8 November, one can book both of these cycles. These two editions will also be available on the market at every town. The purchases from November 12 onwards is open to book on Amazon.

As per the manufacturer, this electrical cycle will have a max speed of 25 kmph for both Skelling and Skelling light versions. On a single charge, each of these would be able to provide a range of up to 25km. This cycle uses Innnerdrive’s 210 W lithium battery pack, 5-level pedal-assist twists, walk turns, and cruise turns, including several twist throttles.

The company has also launched the Get Fit’ series in the athletic wear category. Although their delivery will begin on November 20, the purchasing of clothes online has begun from 10th November.

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