Friday, November 21


E-Bikes, which run on electric power stored in battery, gives a mileage of around 50km. at a maximum speed of 25kms/hrs in one charge. Charging an e-bike is as simple as recharging a mobile phone! Connect the charger to the battery and the charger to a three pin domestic electric points & switch on the electricity and the battery starts getting charged. The charger automatically disconnects after the battery is fully charged, displaying green Led.

India based R.K.Motors has introduced "Snappy 180" Watts E-bike in the year 2005. Due to requirement of higher loading capacity “Snappy 2.4” 240 watts was launched in February 2006. Cost wise it is very economical at a price of Rs.19080/-** and 240 watts for Rs. 24,500/-**. "Matrix" is launched in September 2006.
Matrix SUPER

Snappy 2.4

Snappy 1.8


  1. the economy is on a deceleration mode, the road appears uneven for the automobile segment. But the situation has not been able to change the direction of a new generation of electric two-wheelers, called e-bikes.

  2. I believe the situation could be never so ripe for the e-bikes to make their pitch. In worsening economy, e-bikes makes sense. If only the manufacturers spread awareness and pepper up their ad campaign with the right messages, we have a hit here.

  3. I agree with u Rocksta


Type here.......:)