Categories:- bike project one, Electric Bike 2021, project Zero, Yatri
Yatri is the first electronic rechargeable bike ever manufactured in Nepal. All its spare parts were designed in Nepal and co-created with various companies in the US, China, India, and European countries. Two different models have been launched so far; price range varies according to the models.
Features and Specifications
Model: Project zero
|Top Speed||140 km/h|
|Kerb weight||190 kg|
|Acceleration||0.60 km/h in under 2.5 s|
|Charger||3.3 kw onboard(2 HR full charge)|
|Power||48 kw (64 hp)|
|Rake angle||24.5 deg|
|Max Torque||120 Nm at Shaft (650 Nm at wheel)|
|Brakes||Front:Brembo 2-piston 320 mm disc & Rear:Brembo 1-piston 240 mm disc, Warner Borg E-braking|
|Suspension||Front: 43mm Rcp adjustible USD Forks & Rear:Rcp adjustible nitrogen-charged monoshock|
|Wheels type||Aluminium rims and CNC machined hubs|
|Tyre type||Metzeler Sportec M7RR (Front 110/70-17 & Rear 150/60-17)|
|Battery Capacity||8.0 kWh|
|Tyre Size||Front – 90/90-19 & Rear – 120/80-18|
Yatri, Project Zero model
Yatri, Project Zero model is of comfort with seat height of 800mm, wheelbase 1400mm and ground clearance of 175mm. Riders can connect with on-board 4G network internet connectivity as well using android and iOS antitheft with on-board GPS on demand servicing appointment road side assistance mobile app. No gear procedure is set for this, it has a key in a handle with which the speed can be managed through. Speed measurement can be viewed in the 7 inches display kept at front between the handles.
Project One model is also of same brand. However, it possesses somewhat different features and specifications than that of Project Zero as listed below:
Model : Project One
|Top Speed||100 km/h|
|Kerb weight||110 kg|
|Charger||Home Charge – 0.5kw(<6hr full charge) & Fast Charge 3kw (1hr full charge)|
|Power||14 kw (19 hp)|
|Battery Capacity||3.0 kWh|
Ashim Pandey, founder of the company, said that while studying the market he came to know that people think pollution and congestions were the biggest urban problems. He believes that clean-individual mode of transport is an important piece in solving the problem of an urban landscape.
According to him, there is a stereotype on Nepalese brands that locally produced products are cheap and are of lower quality. This mould has to be broken.
Electric mobility (e-mobility) has emerged as one of the most promising technological solutions to replace fossil fuels in road transport. This kind of product helps to reduce harmful air pollution from exhaust emissions. It also helps to reduce cost as it doesn’t consume any kind of fuels and gases. Rather it consumes electric power which is less expensive in comparison.