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lectric Go’s electric cycle Transil e1 launched, read features

Delhi: Bicycle manufacturer Electric Go is now making electric bicycles, yes, now eBikeGo has launched a new electric bicycle. The name of this cycle is Transil e1. The name of this cycle is Transil e1. With this cycle, the company has entered the electric segment. The company says that the electric vehicles will be launched under the Transil eBikeGo brand. Pre-bookings for the Transil E1 cycle will open in a few weeks. This cycle will be launched in 3 colors. Whose price will be around Rs 44,999. This e-cycle can be very useful for short distances.

Lithium-ion Battery with BMS

It has a unisex steel frame with single-speed transmission and a lithium-ion battery with BMS. According to eBikeGo, the maintenance cost of this e-cycle is very low and it can be a good option for trips of less than 40 km. This electric cycle can run one km for 5 paise. It also gets a water-resistant design with speed limit function. Transil e1 e-cycle is equipped with BLDC hub motor, 250 watt battery BMS lithium-ion battery, 36V-5.2AH battery and good safety features. E-cycles can be charged with a charger that has an auto cut-off function. It has features like portable battery-desk charging and onboard charging. It gets user interface with compact LED smart display. The company claims that the bike can be run for 20-40 kilometers on full charge.

250W electric motor pedal

It takes 2 to 2.5 hours to get fully charged. The power mode of the cycle is pedal-assisted and the cycle gets cruise mode, walk mode and throttle mode. The e-bike rides on 27.5-inch wheels. Disc brakes are also provided at the front and rear. It has a 250W electric motor pedal. The company claims that this e-cycle gives a range of up to 105 km on a full charge. Both the models feature RockShox at the front and rear, which play a vital role in providing a comfortable ride. The X-Factor series is divided into three models. This includes the X1, X2 and X3. Compared to the ultra-premium range, the X-Factor models feature steel construction with the X1 and X3 being based on MTB frames. While the X2 has a unisex frame.


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