Feature: New UBCO electric utility bikes launched

The latest offering from UBCO sees a new level of electric utility bike on the market featuring New Zealand design and innovation

The launch of UBCO’s 2021 product line-up steps it up a notch for the Kiwi electric vehicle manufacturer, with what they are dubbing “the world’s toughest utility bikes.”

2×2 Work Bike

This 2021 range is the fifth-generation UBCO product and includes the off-road only 2X2 Work Bike alongside the 2X2 Adventure Bike, which can be ridden both on- and off-road. Both bikes are tougher than ever, with improved torque, power, and traction, powered by the KXH Power Supply – another UBCO innovation.

2×2 Adventure Bike

“Over the past two years plus, our product development and international supply chain team have made huge improvements to the performance, durability, security, and intelligence of our bikes. Now the rider experience is next level,” says Allan.

The 2X2 Work Bike is an unashamed return to UBCO’s roots. This purely off-road workhorse is for the farmer, hunter, lifestyle property owner, or outdoors person. Simplified to its essence, rendered in all black with lever guards and full off-road tires, the 2X2 Work Bike is ruggedised and ready for a hard day’s work right out of the box. This is the lightest, simplest, and toughest 2X2 to date.

Sitting alongside this black beauty is the versatile on- or off-road 2X2 Adventure Bike, in traditional UBCO white – perfect for commuters, delivery riders, or weekend adventurers.

“There’s been huge interest, especially in the black Work Bike. We’ve super ruggedised it for off-road conditions. It will be hard for farmers in particular to look past this bike as a tool for their daily work,” says Allan.

What UBCO have cleverly done is create a product platform. Alongside the introduction of the two bike models, they have also introduced the stand-alone KXH Power Supply, available in three capacities.

Customers can choose the bike and power supply capacity that best suits their needs and applications.

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