Yulu Miracle is a low-speed scooter with the top speed of 25 km per hour. A fleet of 200 Yulu Miracle escooters has also been deployed in the Electronic City. The founder Amit Gupta revealed Miracle will be launched in the Mumbai and Pune next.
Bangalore based dockless bike sharing platform Yulu has also expanded its electronic scooter Yulu Miracle in association with the Electronics City Industrial Township Authority to the Electronic City are in Bangalore.
A fleet of 200 battery powered and supported Yulu Miracle ebikes have also been deployed to encourage emobility and deal with the issue of congestion in the technology hub of the city.
In the month of February, the startup also revealed its electronic scooter Yulu Miracle in the city. The dockless, light two-wheelers and low-speed silent with the lithium-ion batteries are best suited to beat congestion over short distances, compared to other solutions such as the Ola or Uber.
Yulu which was launched in the year 2017 by the co-founder of InMobi, Hemant Gupta, Naveen Dachuri, RK , and Amit Gupta. It also started as a bicycle sharing platform for the green first mile and efficient and last-mile deliveries, as well as short commutes to reduce car based congestion.
As of now, Yulu has secured $7 Million backed by the investors which include the Binny Bansal, Blume Ventures, Girish and Naveen.
The use of electric bikes is not only gaining popularity among the cab aggregators for individual user, but they are also being considered for the delivery and logistics purpose.