Electric bikes have become more popular in recent years, in part because big companies have listened to fans’ requests for faster, more stylish, and “user-friendly” bikes.
Companies have started to listen to what their customers want with help from the governments of different countries. They have come a long way since the days when they used huge batteries to power their vehicles. Electric cars are now very well made, affordable, and very good at what they do.
In this article by Motoring Junction, we’ll look at some of the best electric bikes on the market, which meet the needs of the market today and far exceed expectations:
The Ather 450 e-bike is one of the most advanced e-bikes that have ever been on Indian roads. It has artificial intelligence (AI) and a design so beautiful, you wouldn’t think it was an electric car.
It also has a lot of other features, like the ability to connect to the internet, a 7-inch touchscreen display, the ability to pair with a smartphone, navigation, software updates, and much more. Like the ability to back up and a lot more.
The Ather 450 has a waterproof and dustproof IP67-rated lithium-ion battery that can be taken off. It can hold 2.4 kWh of power. The scooter can go 75 kilometres on a single charge, and it only takes two hours to charge it from empty to 80% full.
Revolt RV 400
The Ather 450 is an electric scooter with AI, but the Revolt RV400 is India’s first motorcycle with AI. It comes in a standard version and a premium version.
The bike itself is the same as KTM’s Duke, and it has great specs for a price that is almost unbelievable. In the last few months of 2020, Revolt Motors has continued to grow quickly and opened showrooms in Chennai, Hyderabad, and Bangalore.
Revolt RV 300
The RV300 is the younger brother or sister of the RV400. It is almost identical to the RV400 in every way except that the motor on it is a little bit weaker. The bike is meant to appeal to people who drive long distances almost every day for work.
The bike can go 180 kilometres before it needs to be charged again. We don’t know how it will do on the Indian market yet, but our guess is that it will be a huge hit.
The idea for and design of the Ultraviolette F77 came from the field of aviation. The motorcycle has a modern look and is a real head-turner on the road.
The bike can connect to the Internet, has a special app for smartphones, fully digital instruments, ABS, regenerative braking, and a lot more. It has three 4.2 kWh batteries and an electric motor that puts out 33.5 bhp and 90 Nm of torque.
The best thing about Ultraviolette’s masterpiece is that it can go from 0 to 100 in about 2.9 seconds. It can also go as fast as 147kmph at its fastest. This is one to keep an eye out for because it can go 150 kilometres on a single charge.
Okinawa I Praise
Most of the brands on this list are more well-known than the Okinawa I-Praise, but if you haven’t heard of it, you’re missing out. The company has released a mobile app for the I-Praise that lets you keep track of the bike’s stats, charge percentage, geo-fencing, and a lot more.
Many other features, like an anti-theft alarm, keyless entry, a charging port for cell phones, and a regenerative braking system, show that the I-Praise isn’t a toy.
The I-Praise is also powered by a 3.3 kWh lithium-ion battery that can be taken off and a 1000 watt waterproof motor that is built into the hub. It can go 160 kilometres on a single charge. It takes about three to four hours to reach 100%.
The Okinawa Lite might be the most recent bike on this list. The bike is very cheap for high school and college students, and it has bright, cool designs to attract the same crowd.
It has a start/stop button, an automatic handle lock, an automatic motor lock, and a battery that can be taken out and locked for safety.
The bike is powered by a 1.25 kWh Li-ion battery that can be taken off and a 250W waterproof motor that is built into the hub. The company says it can go 50 to 60 km on a single charge. The only problem is that it takes five hours to fully charge the bike, which is the only problem.
Okinawa Ridge Plus
Ridge Plus is another stylish product from Onikawa. It’s an electric scooter that lets you connect to your phone through an app. After you connect it to your phone, you’ll be able to see a lot of information about the car, like how full the battery is, where it is, and a lot more.
It is also powered by a lithium-ion battery that can be taken off and a hub-mounted 800W motor that holds 1.75 kWh. On a single charge, the car can go 90 to 100 km. It is also said that it will charge much faster than the Onikawa Lite.
Avan Motors Xero+
The Xero+ from Avan Motors is one of the electric scooters that weighs the least. It has two batteries for a longer range and multiple gears so that the user can change the power output. In the back seat, there is also a stoppage box.
The bike has two lithium-ion batteries with a total capacity of 1.15 kWh that can be removed from below the footboard. The mileage on it is 110 kilometres. It takes between 4 and 6 hours to fully charge.
Avan Motors Trend E
The Trend E is an electric scooter that doesn’t like to mess around. It has a simple design that aims to appeal to people of all ages. It has a dual battery setup that gives it great power and mileage. Each battery is a 1.15kWh lithium-ion battery that is paired with an 800W motor on the hub.
The Trend E from Avan Motors isn’t a toy. It takes almost 4 to 6 hours to fully charge and can go about 160 kilometres. It’s way more than that.
Hero Electric Dash
Hero’s Electric Dash tries to get younger people interested in electric cars by making it look modern and simple. It has fully working LED DRLs, a remote boot opener, a USB charging port, a big seat, and a ground clearance of 145mm.
On the technical side, the bike is powered by a 48V 28Ah lithium-ion battery and a 250W motor. It has a claimed range of 60kw for a single charge, and it only takes four hours to fully charge the battery.