The made-in-India electric bicycle has a removable battery, dual disc brakes, along with a dual-battery system.
Nexzu Mobility, a Pune-based electric vehicle manufacturer has launched a long-range e-bicycle called Roadlark. The Roadlark has a claimed range of upto 100 km on a single charge and has been priced at ₹ 42,000. The made-in-India electric bike comes equipped with a dual battery system, a primary 8.7 Ah lightweight, removable battery, and a secondary 5.2 Ah in-frame battery, that can be charged on a domestic power socket. The e-bike has a maximum speed of 25 kmph, and features dual ventilated disc brakes for effective stopping power. It also has a rugged front suspension.
Speaking on the new offerings, Rahul Shonak – COO, Nexzu Mobility, said, “We are thrilled to launch the cutting-edge new Roadlark. With a lightweight swappable battery and the breakthrough 100 km riding range per charge, the new Roadlark is a testament to the power of “make in India” and Nexzu’s customer centric design and engineering . Our engineering and design team has a single minded focus to provide the most customer-centric mobility solutions and with the new Roadlark we are keen to delight customers by offering a super long range electric cycle that can serve as a primary mode of transport even replacing scooters. With 6 different riding modes, riders have flexibility to choose their desirable level of electric assist, as per their riding needs.”
Customers can directly purchase the Roadlark from over 90 of Nexzu’s touch points, or the Nexzu Mobility official website. Formerly known as Avan Motors, Nexzu Mobility is one of India’s fastest-growing electric vehicle manufacturers, and was founded in 2015. With a manufacturing plant at the automotive hub of Chakan, the company has over 90 dealer touch points, its own online store and a presence across multiple e-commerce portals.