Electric bikes that provides the best range

When they were first introduced in Nepal, electric two-wheelers received a mixed response. Even though some were skeptical about their performance, range, the charging infrastructure, and reliability for longer commutes, Nepalis have been getting won over by electric two-wheelers for their daily commutes.

Today, the electric two-wheeler market is expanding rapidly, and EV manufacturers and distributors find themselves competing to launch different models ranging in size and design. And with the launch of a number of electric bike models, the EV two-wheeler segment is getting ever more crowded. 

Here are the electric bikes that provide some of the best range among the models on offer.

Komaki Ranger

The Komaki Ranger is an electric-cruiser bike powered by a 72V 50AH lithium battery–paired with a BLDC motor–which generates 4000 watts of power. It takes 5-6 hours to charge fully and provides a range of 150-180 km on a single charge.

The bike comes with a plethora of  features such as cruise control, reverse assist, mobile-charging unit, bluetooth with sound system, anti-theft lock system, and side-stand sensor.

Know more about the Ranger


Motor Permanent magnet, brushless motor
Power (W)4000
Battery 72V 50AH
Battery typelithium battery
Range (km)150-180
Charging time 5-6 hours
Braking typeCombined Braking System (CBS)

Komaki Ranger price in Nepal

Komaki modelsPrice in Nepal
Komaki Ranger Rs 4.35 lakh 

Odyssey Evoqis

The Evoqis is a full-faired electric sportbike powered by a 4.32 kW lithium-ion battery. The electric bike is capable of generating a peak power of 4000 watts and a torque of 64 Nm. The bike can reach a speed of 80 kmph. 

The vehicle takes 6 hours to charge fully via a normal charger, and on a full charge it provides 140 km of range.

Know more about the Evoqis


Motor power (W)3000
Peak power (W)4000
Torque (Nm)64
Battery 4.32 kWh Li-ion
Top speed (kmph)80
Range (km)140
Charging time 6 hours
Seat height (mm)750
Ground clearance (mm)170

Odysse Evoqis price in Nepal

Odysse modelPrice in Nepal
Odysse EvoqisRs 4.50 lakh

SuperSoco TC and TS

SuperSoco currently sells two new e-bike models: the TC Wanderer and TS Street Hunter. 

Both bikes are powered by a 1.92 kWh lithium battery paired with a Bosch motor that generates 2500-3500 W power and a torque of 180 Nm. 

The e-bikes take 3.5 hours to charge fully, and on a single charge they provide a range of 100-200 km, depending on the battery option. The bike can speed up to 75 kmph.

The e-bikes come with three riding modes: Eco, Normal, and Sport.

Know more about the TC Wanderer and TS Street Hunter


Motor power (W)2500-3500
Torque (Nm)180
Battery capacity1.92 kWh (single battery)
Battery typeLithium battery
Top speed (kmph)75
Range (km)100 (single battery),
200 (double battery)
Charging time 3.5 hours per battery
Braking typeCombined braking system 
Seat height (mm)760
Ground clearance (mm)184

SuperSoco bikes price in Nepal

Super Soco modelsPrice in nepal
TC Wanderer (Single battery)Rs. 3,89,900
TC Wanderer (Double battery)Rs. 4,89,900
TS Street Hunter (Single battery)Rs. 3,79,900
TS Street Hunter (Double battery)Rs. 4,79,900

Yatri P-1

The bike comes powered by a 3.0 kWh lithium-ion battery that generates a power of 14 kW and a torque of 480 Nm. The bike can go from 0-60 kmph within 3 seconds and can speed up to 100 kmph.

As for charging, the bike can be fully charged within 2 hours via a home charging outlet and via a fast charger, it only takes 40 minutes to go from 0-80%.

Know more about the Yatri P-1


Battery 3.0 kWh
Battery typeLithium manganese oxide
Max. power (kW)14
Max. torque(Nm)480
Top speed (kmph)100 
Range (km)110 
Charging time Home charge: 2 hours (100% SoC)
Fast charge: 40 mins (80% SoC)
Seat height (mm)735 (approximately)
Kerb weight (Kg)110
Ground clearance (mm)270

Yatri P-1 price in Nepal

Yatri modelPrice in Nepal
P-1 Rs 5.65 lakh

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