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Nigerian e-bikes are bicycles having a pedal-operated, battery-powered “assist” that occasionally includes a throttle. A small motor activates when you press the pedals on a pedal-assist e-bike, giving you a boost that allows you to glide over rough terrain and climb hills without running out of gas.
The Nigeria e – bike market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
ThinkBikes Nigeria is introducing locally made electric tricycles. The company’s first offering is an electric freight tricycle named Alpha 1.0 that is aimed at the expanding logistics and on-demand delivery sectors. The bodywork, wheels, and batteries are just a few of the more than 90% of the parts that come from domestic suppliers. Just the electric motors come from abroad.
Similar to other firms in this industry, including Bodawerk in Uganda, the battery packs are constructed utilizing reused or recycled 18650 cells. This recycling of cells from retired laptops is yet another excellent illustration of how electric mobility fosters the circular economy.
They are able to dramatically reduce the price of their products to levels that are more reasonable for their target market by putting together battery packs using recycled cells. They include 1.68 kWh of batteries. The bikes have a range of up to 100 kilometers when empty and 60 kilometers when loaded.
The engines are 1.5 kW (peak). In Nigeria’s thriving logistics and distribution sector, ThinkBikes is focusing on small to medium-sized businesses. Farmers, agricultural processors, merchants, and general dealers are some of these. Their early engagements in Ibadan, Abuja, Lagos, and Port Harcourt received positive feedback. For its tricycles, ThinkBikes has already received over 100 orders.
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