Strider, a subsidiary owned by leading bicycle brand Tata International Limited, has launched the Contino ETB 100 and Voltic 1.7 internal electric bikes in India. These e-bikes are the new age eco-mobility tools for the urban youth who are equipped with great features and are economical as well. Tata International Limited announced the launch of the urban commuter segment e-bike Voltic 1.7 at a starting price of Rs 29,995.
Full charge in 3 hours
To recall, the Contino ETB 100 is India's most affordable e-bike and game-changing product, which has been launched to transform the e-biking experience in almost all the Indian regions. On the other hand, the Strider Voltic 1.7 with its powerful motor and massive lithium-ion battery makes it the most competitive e-bike that can be charged in just 3 hours, and the company offers 2 on both these e-bikes. Providing one year warranty.
The special thing about these e-bikes is that they can be used at a running cost of only 6 paise per km. At the same time, it can set a riding range of 60 km on a single charge. The ARAI-compliant lightweight bike Contino ETB-100 comes with smart safety features, seven speeds and three ride modes (electric, hybrid and pedal), and is suitable for almost all Indian terrains.
Strider said e-bikes have emerged as a great means of electric transport in recent times. He added that rising fuel costs have intensified the search for such transportation options. Rahul Gupta, Business Head, Strider Cycle Pvt Ltd said, “E-bikes are on the Indian horizon and are going to be a game changer for this rapidly growing segment.