All You Need To Know About Tronx One, An Electric Crossover Bike Which Is Made In India

Indian-based Smartron's subsidiary company, Tronx Motors has come up with an electric crossover bike in India named the Tronx One. Tronx One is a bicycle with an electric motor.

This bike is claimed to be the first smart crossover bike in the country. The best part is that it comes at an introductory price of just Rs. 49,999 for a limited number of bikes and on pre-orders. It is to be noted that its deliveries will start this week.

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The special Tronx One e-bike is designed for people living in the urban areas who regularly travel. The bike is built using Aero grade aluminium alloy and holds a removable battery in the mid-frame, inside a lockable compartment.

Furthermore, the Tronx One also has a specially designed space created for carrying small bags and some other essential stuff. The bike is available in two colours Magma Red and Pacific Blue. The beautiful vehicle comes with a 250W motor placed in the rear hub and a removable 36V 13.6Ah Lithium 500W battery.

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The battery pack is rated to deliver a range of 50km on continuous throttle mode and around 75-85km on electronic gear assist mode with just a single charge.

The bike can reach a top speed of 25kmph while one is riding on an electric mode. There are three riding modes in this bike which include - Pedal Assist, Thumb Throttle and Walk Assist.

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The Tronx One comes with 6-Speed Shimano Tourney gears, double wall alloy wheel rims, Zoom MASERA 80mm travel front suspension and front and rear electronic brakes.

As a standard fitment, the bike gets front V-brake and rear disc-brake which can be upgraded to both front and rear discs.

So folks, do you want this bike? Tell us in comments.

by Vijay Singh | Tue, Jul 17 - 03:40 PM

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