eBikeGo forays into Andaman & Nicobar Islands; launches new high speed electric scooter ‘Ampere Zeal’

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After getting a promising response in Delhi, Amritsar, Jaipur, Jalandhar, and Agra, now eBikeGo, an electric bike rental company, has launched its services in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The company has expanded its operations in the 300 islands-combined union territory this week.

The company launched its high speed electric scooter eBikeGo Ampere Zeal on the occasion of Independence day. It claims that Ampere Zeal has a top-speed at 55 km/h and takes 5.5 hours to charge.

Irfan Khan, founder of eBike said, “Our major aim is to expand our operations pan India which makes India to adopt an eco-friendly means of transportation and also makes travel cheaper and efficient for the fast paced lives of modern Indians.”
eBikeGo was founded by Irfan Khan in 2017. The company procures its electric bikes from the Indian EV manufacturer Okinawa Autotech. The startup is currently present in Delhi, Amritsar, Jaipur, Jalandhar, and Agra.

The company claims that it generates revenue through tourist and customer bike rentals along with partnerships with logistic delivery providers. eBikeGo is aiming to capture 2% of the Indian electric two-wheeler market share in the near future, and plans to build a fleet of 200K bikes in 100 Indian cities.

According to the reports, the Indian electric vehicle industry recorded sale of 7.59 Lakh units in India in FY2019 which included the sale of 1.2 Lakh two-wheelers, 6.3 Lakh three-wheelers and 3,600 passenger vehicle

Some of the significant players in the similar domain include Ather Energy, Tork Motorcycles, Emflux, Yulu, and many more.

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