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Bob Eco presents expansion plans in developing countries during the launch of its next generation E-bike

Bob Eco Ltd has updated its latest E-Bikes to a new level. As one of the larger manufacturers in the industry, Bob Eco plans to move fast in taking market share in the rental industry of developing countries. With huge innovations in the eco-friendly ridesharing economy, Bob Eco’s ride-sharing branch Bobrental will start new pilots for ride-sharing across developing countries.

Key Features Of E-Bike Gen2

Some of the changes that have been made to improve the bicycles previously produced for the Bobrental fleet:

Top Speed:

The new E-Bike Gen2 is designed to give riders a more accurate top speed of up to 23 km/h, making it ideal for those who want the power and speed of a bike without sacrificing the environment.

Powerful Motor:

The e-bike is equipped with a powerful motor that delivers up to 350W of torque, meaning it can easily handle steep inclines and long distances without slowing down.

Extended Range:

The E-Bike Gen2 is designed to provide riders with a range of up to 35 KM per charge, depending on terrain and rider weight. The efficient design and powerful motor make it possible to travel long distances without having to stop and recharge.

Efficient Design:

The E-Bike Gen2 is designed to be aerodynamic and efficient, helping riders conserve energy while in use. The frame is lightweight, making it easy to transport and maneuver in tight spaces. The low center of gravity also helps give riders stability and control.

Bob Eco’s internal survey demonstrated a strong economic case for accelerated EV adoption in ride-sharing adoption in many developing countries. With a strong rise in tourism this year and developing countries opening up, new gen2 e-bikes will be deployed in various countries.

E-mobility solutions in developing countries:

There is a lot to be gained from incorporating more e-mobility solutions into modern transport systems in developing countries. This is especially true when EVs are paired with more comprehensive strategies for sustainable mobility, which include efforts to promote well-planned cities, improved mass transit, and more practical active mobility.

Bob eco expects that the pilots with the gen2 e-bikes will start in various African countries in the second quarter of 2023.

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