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eBikeGo, Log9 Supplies join forces for forthcoming Velocipedo, e-bike

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Electric bike startup eBikeGo has announced that it has signed a pact with advanced battery expertise platform Log 9 Supplies for its upcoming electrical trike Velocipedo.

Log9 Supplies will probably be bringing their experience to the desk by adapting their insta-charge tech that permits Velocipedo to be charged inside simply 10 minutes, eBikeGo mentioned in a launch.

The European-designed good electrical trike comes with two entrance and one rear wheel, a carbon fibre roof, two seats with a high pace of 95 kilometers per hour, and a spread of 100 kilometers on a single cost.

A unique idea of a three-wheeled, electrical, networked car for city journeys combines the consolation and security of an automobile with the quickness of a bike, as per the discharge.

Nonetheless, the single-seater 155 kg Velocipedo-Cargo, which is for business use, can accommodate as much as 100 kg of cargo.

Below this partnership, Log9's superfast insta-charge expertise will empower Velocipedo to be well-outfitted and therefore broadly adopted for several use instances corresponding to experience hailing, private mobility, and as a cargo car for companies, the discharge mentioned.

"We're very pleased to announce a collaboration with Log9 Supplies with the target to combine the Velocipedo fleets with superfast charging expertise, which in flip will enhance charge-time and optimize supply cycles, amongst others. This strategic partnership with Log9 Supplies can even assist us to strengthen our growth and allow us to scale up throughout India and globally," stated Irfan Khan, founder-CEO, eBikeGo.

Kartik Hajela, co-founder-COO, Log9 Supplies said, "We're thrilled to be working with eBikeGo to additional our foray into abroad markets. We're optimistic that with our cutting-edge battery applied sciences along with eBikeGo will be capable to carve out a dominant place for ourselves sooner or later." 

Author : Debi Dash
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