bicycle brand Stryder, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tata International Limited,
has introduced Contino ETB 100 and Voltic 1.7 electric bikes. Contino ETB-100
is available at an introductory price of Rs 37,999 and comes in two color
options – black and blue, while the Stryder Voltic 1.7 is available for an
introductory price of Rs 29,995.
a running cost of merely 6 paise per km and a riding range of 60 km per charge,
Contino ETB-100 is India’s most economical e-bike. Stryder Voltic 1.7, on the
other hand, brings a competitive edge with its powerful motor and heavy-duty
Lithium-ion battery that can be charged in only 3 hours. Both E-bikes come with
2 year warranty.
lightweight ETB-100 is equipped with a series of smart features specially
designed for the new-age Indian who is looking for environmentally-friendly
smart modes of transport. The 7-speed Contino ETB 100 comes with a detachable,
rechargeable battery and three ride modes (electric, hybrid and pedal) that
give a range of up to 60 kms under hybrid mode and 30 Kms on full electric
different modes allow commuters to switch from a complete motor-powered ride to
a complete manual pedaling experience as well as a hybrid ride in which motor
power is pedal-assisted.
of robust special 6061 alloy, Contino ETB-100 has smart safety features such as
dual disc brakes for better control, key locked battery, smart ride (auto power
cut off on applying either of brakes) and front LED lamps for night vision. ETB
100 with detachable battery is one of the best priced products in its segment.
The bike is a water/splash proof (IP54) which gives the rider an extra edge and
peace of mind. The ARAI-approved e-bike has met the stringent quality
parameters of India's premier Automotive R&D, testing and certification
organization, a credential very few have.
looking for a top performance e-bike with a sleek and sporty design will find a
match with Stryder Voltic 1.7. The e-bike comes in two colours -- gray and red
-- and is loaded with features such as a secured in-frame rechargeable 48V
Lithium-ion battery that can be charged in as less as 3 hours, suspension fork,
big tyre size for better balance and powerful 48V / 260W motor).
Cycle Pvt. Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata International Ltd. Earlier
a part of Tata International, the business was set up with a philanthropic
mission of providing quality bicycles to the World Bicycle Relief (Africa). In
the year 2009, the products started being retailed in the Indian domestic
market under the marquee brand Tata Stryder.
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