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Nexzu Mobility launches three new e-cycles, will run up to 65 km without pedals

New Delhi: Nexzu Mobility has recently taken an ante in the field of e-bicycles as part of its product expansion plan. The brand has launched 3 new e-bicycles – Roadlark, Aello and Rompus. All e-bicycles feature 26 “nylon tires that provide strong suspension for a comfortable and safe ride. With the BLDC 250W 36V motor, they offer great mileage on the pedlake as well as the throttle mode. A durable steel alloy. The frame and a high-grade foam cushion make the e-bicycle better for personal use as well as commercial use.

Nexzu Mobility’s e-cycle has lithium-ion batteries with an average life of 750 charges.

These comfortable and environment-friendly vehicles are fully charged in 3-4 hours.

Talking about its new offering, Pankaj Tiwari, business head of Nexzu Mobility said, “As the famous saying goes, simplicity is the greatest fashion. The basic purpose of adopting EVs is to move away from heavy mechanical equipment that is non-energy- Rely on renewable sources. One of the simplest machines, the e-bicycle better embodies the spirit of worldwide EV drives. With this launch, our goal is to bring India To promote the use of e-bicycles which will benefit not only the environment but also the health of our customers. ”

These three cycles have been launched


With two 5.2Ah + 8.8 Ah lithium-ion batteries fitted to the frame and to the rear, the RoadLark offers an attractive top speed of 25 kmph. In their pedlake mode, e-cycles offer a mileage of 65 km per charge while in throttle mode they give a mileage of 55 km per charge. It has a disc brake and 10 reflectors for maximum safety while driving. Roadlark is available in a vibrant blue shade.


Nexju’s state-of-the-art unisex e-cycle Aloe comes with 8.8 Ah rear detachable lithium-ion battery. It gives a mileage of 45 km per charge in pedlake mode and 38 km per charge in throttle mode. It has front V and rear drum brakes. Aloe is available in yellow, red and purple variants.


The final offering of the e-bicycle segment is the Rompus, with a 5.2Ah lithium-ion battery housed within the frame. The bicycle claims a mileage of 25 km per charge in pedlake mode and 20 km per charge in throttle mode. It has a disc brake and is available in dynamic black color.

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