eBikeGo, India’s largest smart electric two-wheeler mobility platform, has recently introduced a subscription-based 'eBikeGo Environ' electric bicycles. These bicycles are available at the lowest price subscription so that anyone can afford to become a delivery executive.
Due to the COVID’19 lockdown, many people have lost their jobs and there are many migrant laborers who are heading back to their hometown. The restriction imposed by the Government to stop the spread of coronavirus has forced everybody to opt for online shopping including groceries and food items. This has certainly increased the demand of delivery personnels across the nation. Many companies are facing challenges every day due to scarcity of delivery guys. Even if they hire new people, commuting becomes a major challenge for them as everyone is not able to afford a two-wheeler.
eBikeGo is one of the first companies in India to become a part of such a noble initiative to help those who cannot afford two-wheelers in this tough time by offering electric bicycles at low subscription prices. These electric bikes are available at Rs 80 per day. There is no need to purchase them. It takes 3 hours for these low-cost electric bikes to get fully charged. It can run for 60-70 kms in one go with a loading capacity of 200 kg. These electric bicycles have been introduced with an aim to reduce the burden on new delivery executives. There are so many people who even after being capable of becoming a delivery executive fail to get a job as they do not have a two-wheeler. In such scenarios, companies like eBikeGo come to the rescue by providing low-cost subscription-based electric bicycles. These electric bicycles help in creating more employment in the online delivery ecosystem that is growing day by day.
Instead of purchasing a two-wheeler, the delivery executives can easily rent it on a monthly subscription basis. Currently, eBikeGo services are being availed by Zomato, Big Basket, Delhivery, Rebel Foods, Swiggy, and Goodbox.