Whisper quiet bikes make for quieter fleets of pizza drivers in the city (or better hunting results in the bush), but UBCO Bikes have cut their teeth on solving the needs of farmers who need a safer, more effective alternative to quad bikes.
This is a New Zealand success story in the making as UBCO Bikes heads towards their target of building and selling 10,000's of their bikes into an eager global market that's embracing electric utility bikes for every sort of purpose and desire you could imagine.
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2 mins 18 secs Electric motorbikes.. are they competing with motorbikes, utility terrain vehicles or something else?
4 mins 6 secs The safety risks with quad bikes that's creating the need for utility electric vehicles like UBCO Bikes.
6 mins 22 secs Why storage isn't the issue when using vehicles on farm or on orchards.
7 mins 10 secs Why the 'throttle and go' ease of use bike is becoming more important in New Zealand.
10 mins 44 see The business case for commercial fleets of UBCO Bikes in the city with high usage, 20,000 delivery kilometres per annum.
11 mins 42 secs The integrated stack advantage with hardware, firmware and software layers built by UBCO Bikes...and what benefits that provides to fleet managers.
15 mins 13 secs The UBCO University and training service agents digitally and globally.
17 mins 33 secs The UBCO Bike ambassadors, overlanding trips and charging the battery using PV.
19 mins 35 secs Promoting New Zealand through UBCO Bikes and the referencing to our Kiwi'ness as part of the UBCO Bike profile to add to the credibility of the brand.
23 mins 2 secs The silence of an electric bike and the advantage that gives UBCO bike riders who are always on their bike, who are hunting and quieter city delivery drivers plus many more attributes.
26 mins 56 secs How UBCO bike technology is enhancing safety capabilities through proactive preventative measures.
29 mins 55 secs The hardware, firmware and software are all coded, built in New Zealand including engineering, testing, validating and R&D.
31 mins 31 secs On the growth path towards selling tens of thousands of UBCO Bikes per annum.
35 mins 31 secs The origin story of UBCO Bikes and how Timothy Allan got started.
39 mins 25 secs The New Zealand advantage internationally.
42 mins 45 secs The operating system of the car and the global competition that's heating up.
52 mins 38 secs Taking an agnostic view of the market applications for UBCO Bikes and why Timothy prefers a horizontal market approach.
56 mins 16 secs What UBCO Bikes will need from the broad manufacturing ecosystem.