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eBike partners with Zomato to save climate during food delivery


New Delhi, Understanding and embracing the need to move towards a more environmentally conscious way of life, eBikeGo – an electric two wheeler rental or delivery platform – has joined hands with Zomato, an online food delivery platform. This initiative is not only expected to contribute to the environment but has also opened doors to a lot of unemployed who wish to join as the delivery executives with the online food application but are unable to for not being able to afford a motorcycle; or are harassed with hike in fuel price every now and then. With its inception from Amritsar and within a very short span of time, eBikeGo is successfully operating in cities like Delhi, Jaipur, Ludhiana and Agra, claiming to bring a fleet of one lakh bikes in 100 cities spread across the country, the company presently uses Okinawa Ridge plus electric scooters to operate in the country’s capital. However, it plans to use electric scooters which will be manufactured in-house. eBikeGo compared to other players in the conventional two-wheeler rental space, majority of the money is spent on petrol in addition to its daily rental. However, in case of the electric two-wheelers, the user has to pay only the rental amount of Rs 100 per day and get a fully charged scooter. With these services, eBikeGo is targeting travellers, students, working executives and more delivery chains. 

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