- As part of the partnership, The company will supply over 1,000 bikes to transform last-mile deliveries.
- eBikeGO will obtain Hero Electric bikes through the next financial year.
- eBikeGO is one of India’s leading electric mobility startup that offers an electronic mode of transportation.
Hero Electric, On December 28, announced that it has partnered with Mumbai-based electric mobility startup eBikeGO to supply over 1,000 bikes to transform last-mile deliveries.
With this development, eBikeGO will obtain over 1,000 Hero Electric bikes through the next financial year, out of which 120 bikes already supplied to the startup, the company said.
eBikeGo is deploying these electric bikes for last-mile logistics on a per-delivery model and to individual consumers on a monthly subscription model across metro cities like Mumbai, Bengaluru, Delhi, Hyderabad, Amritsar, and Jaipur.
As part of its 360-degree electric mobility solutions, Hero Electric will provide service support through its 600+ dealer network along with a dedicated relationship manager, technical assistance. It will also provide a bike service through its robust service model to ensure maximum uptime.
Hero Electric has recently launched Hero Nyx-HX under the “City Speed” variants, which promise low running cost, high load-carrying capability, intercity range, and various other customizable features to its customers.
Commenting on the partnership, Naveen Jindal, Managing Director, Hero Electric, said, “With this partnership, we look forward to leveraging the reach eBikeGO brings to further transform the space and bring more electric vehicles on road.”
Founded in 2017 by Irfan Khan, Kedar Soman, and Hari Kiran, Mumbai-based eBikeGO is one of India’s leading electric mobility startup that offers electric bikes on a subscription-based model in various metro cities.
The startup currently offers electric bikes on a subscription-based model in six cities, including Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Amritsar, Jaipur, and Bengaluru.
It is offering electric mobility solutions in eight cities — Mumbai, Delhi, Post Blair, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Vijayawada, Amritsar, and Jaipur — to more than 18,000 users, has covered over 3 million km, saved over 1,44,000 kg of carbon emissions.
eBikeGO aims to become the biggest and most trusted E-scooter rental service provider in India by 2023, it said.
“Our strategic alliance with Hero Electric eBikeGo will play a pivotal role in the mass adoption to electric two-wheeler adoption in India,” said Irfan Khan, Founder & CEO, eBikeGO.
To date, the startup has raised over $300k in funding, according to the CrunchBase report. In August 2020, eBikeGO onboarded Harbhajan Singh as a brand ambassador.