Ecocharger Electric Quad bikes now available in Australia and New Zealand

Ecocharger is delighted to announce that the Ecocharger electric quad bike is available in Australia and New Zealand.

Managing Director, Michael Halloran said “We are excited to be bringing this technology to the local market. The Ecocharger quad is not simply an alternative to petrol bikes, but a genuine leap in technology. With performance that at least matches its petrol cousins, it is a game changer. And it’s not just the obvious peace, quiet, clean air and lack of jerry cans that you will notice. The regenerative braking, the lower centre of gravity and the cool, non-sparking engine, provide some safety features that just aren’t achievable on a petrol bike.  On an Ecocharger you will truly stand out, very quietly, amongst the crowd.”

Two variants of the Ecocharger are being built and sold in Australia and New Zealand; the 4WD Eliminator and the 2WD Dominator. Both come equipped with a class leading 72V, 15kW engine that provides ample power and torque across the speed range.

The versatility and mobility of the Ecocharger is backed by European design quality and the quads are being built locally in Australia, so buyers can be assured of quick and effective support.

The Ecocharger quad bikes are zero emission and have a low noise signature, so are well suited to areas that are sensitive to emissions or for buyer’s who want to enhance their green credentials.

Halloran says the Ecocharger makes economic sense as well: “We have had a number of bikes operating in Australia and New Zealand for the last six months and this has given us great confidence.

The maintenance on an electric vehicle is substantially less than a petrol vehicle and this means lower maintenance costs and reduced down time. With a range of around 40km to the charge, that’s the equivalent of 6 or 7 litres of fuel on the average petrol quad bike – all for just $1 of electricity.”

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Ecocharger continues global expansion with SC Group partnership

Ecocharger, the Devon-based manufacturers of award-winning quad bikes, have partnered with SC Group to continue their global expansion to manufacture and distribute their Electric ATV Quad bikes in Oceania.

Founded in 2013, Ecocharger now manufacture and distribute over 100 bikes a year in the UK and Europe.

Their bikes are reputed to be the best in the world powered by Odyssey Battery Packs with both single and twin motor options powered up to 30kw.

SC Group, with a growing global footprint, has decades of engineering design success, having grown to be one of the world’s leading companies specializing in the design and development of equipment operating in the harshest environments.

Through the partnership, the quad bike will be manufactured in Australia and available in both 2WD and 4WD variants. Through a pilot project a number of bikes have already been manufactured and delivered to pre-release customers.

On the partnership, Mick Halloran, Managing Director Asia Pacific, SC Group, said: “We looked long and hard at the right partnership and technologies to continue to grow our business and we see the Ecocharger as not just the best product in the global market, but game changing technology. We already have a number of confirmed orders from commercial and private users. We are also really excited about bringing our unique knowledge of Military and Defence markets to the partnership.‘’

Fred Chugg, Founder of Ecocharger, added: “We are delighted to announce our partnership with SC Group and really excited in terms of demand for our E – ATV in a warmer climate – where conventional fossil fuel is limited in remote areas and sunlight harvesting a conventional energy source.”

For further information please contact Mick Halloran on +61 3 8645 8300 or email [email protected]



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