Technology

ISLAMABAD –  Pakistanis will have fuel-free electric bikes or E-bikes in the near future as they are ready to hit the roads for the first time in Pakistan.

These bikes kickstart without using petrol or any other fuel and run up to 80-100km with rechargeable batteries. The battery can be recharged from six to eight hours against Rs20 per charge, reported Dunya News.

Recently, a firm based out of Bahria Town Rawalpindi Jolta International introduced three e-bikes E 70, E 100 and E125 in Gwadar.

The bike has also many other features that include an alarm and automatic locking system, keyless start, disc brakes and a digital meter.

The manufacturing companies claims that these bikes are environment-friendly, smoke-free and without noise.