People on the autoblogging sites have been going head over heels over the Mahindra Mojo Electric motorcycle. Is it a vehicle that has been designed as an electric motorcycle or has the MoJo motorcycle (that did not sell) got retrofitted into Electric motorcycle (just like most Mahindra electric cars)?
Mojo is the big flop motorcycle brand of Mahindra two wheelers which was launched in October 2015. Till date it has very little impact on the motorcycle market although rivals like Bajaj Dominar, etc continue to enjoy growth.
Earlier this year, they divided the Mojo range into two – XT300 and UT300, trying to make the brand accessible to more buyers in the segment… yet the sales have not improved.
Motorcycle market leader Hero Motocorp is planning an aggressive foray into electric vehicle market by launching both electric scooters and motorcycles. They had invested 30% stake in Ather Energy who is expected to launch their product before Diwali 2018. It seems Ather will be launching more than 1 vehicle!
Hero Motocorp will be developing & launching electric motorcycles and scooters under its own brand name. Now Hero Electric was also part of Hero group before it split ways years ago and became an independent entity.
The Making of the electric bike. 1st Electric Bike in Qatar. Electric bikes are easy to make and need no specialization as it will be apparent from this video. This frame is adaptable and it can accept wheels from 16 inches to 26! Thin wheels to fat ones! The kids can ride this bike or let the adults ride. The kids can take on a pillion and the adults can carry a kid in the front. It also has safety lights incorporated into it.
Attractive LED safety lights in the front and rear, Touchscreen GPS Navigation, Digital Speedometer 18 kmph (can go faster) speed with 5 year old 12 volt,7 Ampere Lead Acid battery, A frame that can take on smaller wheels as well as bigger 26 inch wheels, accommodate adults as well as kids… puts to shame some of the e-bikes sold in the market…