Electric cars and bikes to take center stage at three-day Ride Asia Expo in Pragati Maidan

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The fourth edition of Ride Asia Expo, focusing on green and sustainable transport, will be held at Pragati Maidan, Delhi, April 14-16. The three-day event will showcase a wide range of bicycles and electric vehicles from across Asia as well as the latest trends and technologies from the world of cycling.

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April 12, 2023 at 16:20 pm

Ride Asia Expo will exhibit electric scooters, electric bicycles, electric tricycles and other products.
Ride Asia Expo will exhibit electric scooters, electric bicycles, electric tricycles and other products.

Organized by Udan Media & Communication Pvt Ltd, the event will feature more than 300 exhibitors, more than 2,000 brands, more than 10,000 dealers and distributors, offering more than 6,500 products and services.

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Ride Asia Expo will feature vehicles such as e-scooters, e-bikes, e-trikes, charging technology, lithium-iron batteries, golf carts, electric vehicle parts and lighting. In addition to the latest models, the exhibition will also feature the latest accessories, giving visitors the opportunity to learn about the latest in the world of bicycles and electric two-wheelers.

The expo will also feature workshops and seminars led by industry experts who will share their insights into the world of cycling and electric vehicles. Visitors will also learn about the latest security measures, technologies and industry trends.

Electric vehicle company Geekay Bikes is also launching three models in the e-bike segment. Apart from this, it will also showcase the full range of bicycles, e-bikes and e-bike conversion kits specially designed for the Indian market and riding conditions.

The expo is expected to attract a wide range of visitors from the bicycle and electric vehicle industry and bicycle retailers across the country, including key decision makers and policy makers. Rajesh Bhatia, MD, Geekay Bikes said, “We wanted to increase brand awareness, showcase the latest industry trends, including the best e-bikes, build relationships, generate leads and sales, while understanding consumer preferences.”

First published date: April 12, 2023 at 16:18 PM CST

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