GoZero Mobility, a British
electric bike & lifestyle brand headed by an Indian Ankit Kumar has
announced its expansion into the Indian market. After one year of design &
technology development in Birmingham, United Kingdom, GoZero is expanding its
global reach into India, one of the largest bicycle markets in the world.
As an introduction into the
market, GoZero Mobility will be launching its flagship products “One” and
“Mile” performance e-bikes by mid-march 2019 in New Delhi. To introduce the
products in the market, GoZero has partnered up with Kirti Solar based in
Kolkata, for the development and manufacturing of current and future products,
utilising the global supply chain to “Make in India”. As a part of the
association, Kirti Solar has invested USD 250,000 in GoZero Mobility.
GoZero One is powered with
400Wh lithium battery pack which is optimised to provide 60 km of range on
single charge and GoZero Mile is powered with 300Wh lithium battery pack which
provides 45 km range. Both are specialised performance e-bikes providing
optimum stability and comfort and come with multi-modes of operation giving
users freedom to choose the way of riding – Throttle, Peddle Assist, Cruise
Mode, Walk Mode and Manual Peddle.
GoZero will also be launching
its signature range of lifestyle merchandise designed in the UK, which includes
Tees, Sweat Shirts, Jackets, Belts, and Wallets etc.
On expansion into the Indian
market, GoZero Mobility CEO, Ankit Kumar said “With the significant focus by
the Government of India towards Electric Mobility especially 2-wheelers, we see
this as an appropriate time for us to be here. E-bikes globally is playing a
major role allowing the user to commute faster and contribute towards curbing
pollution & reducing traffic congestion. In last few weeks, we have seen
the worst of AQI in cities like New Delhi, this is an alarming situation and
requires immediate attention. We see E-bikes to play a major role in
transforming the way we commute in India. GoZero is determined to offer
products with optimum performance and create a green-way to commute.”