Your Futuristic Electric Bicycle
India’s own e-Bike. Designed for fitness, fun, and fast transit; A perfect blend of technology and good looks to complement your personality .LightSpeed presents the FUTURE of MOBILITY.
Equipped with a powerful motor, a portable Li-ion Battery, and all the other magic that goes into building a LightSpeed Electric Bicycle… It’s lighter than it looks, strong yet agile, and feels like flying.This beast is truly larger than life. To bring it home, you need a special invite. Follow this space for more information on how to get invited.
From Rs 59,999/- or Easy EMI from Rs 5000/- (inclusive of GST and Shipping)
Glyd is a futuristic urban machine built to facilitate comfortable commute on Indian streets. It can whizz through traffic in a flash, while taking potholes and broken roads in its stride. LightSpeed Glyd is a lightweight electric bicycle that is both, responsive and easy to manoeuvre.
From Rs 29,999/- or Easy EMI from Rs 2500/- (inclusive of GST and Shipping)
Dryft is a robust, energetic mountain bike, painted in the hues of the setting sun and evening sky. This electric vehicle is designed to take you to those places where no other vehicle can. LightSpeed Dryft an e-Bike that is as fond of adventure as you are. The ideal companion to the thrill seeker in you — wherever you decide to ride, your Dryft always has your back.
From Rs 39,999/- or Easy EMI from 3336/- (inclusive of GST and Shipping)
Bamboochi Electric: Hand Crafted E-Bikes
Our custom built Bamboochi Electric bikes are made to order from the most tensile bamboo trees to complement individual body frames of our customers. Fitted with premium quality carbon fibre components and LightSpeed electronics, each final product weighs less than 16 kgs and promises a balanced, comfortable ride.
Electric Conversion Kit
It’s time to move beyond the ordinary. Now, turn your ordinary bicycle into a futuristic e-Bike with LightSpeed’s Dynamic Electric Conversion Kit! An all-in-one, easy to assemble set of components that can be fitted onto your bicycle over the course of a Sunday afternoon. You can assign the task to a cycle shop, or try your hands at some DIY.