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Exciting News: Kollter ES1 Pro Electric Dirt Bikes to Launch in Nepal Soon

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Kollter Motorbikes are set to make their official debut in Nepal very soon. Enduro Motors, the official distributor for Kollter Electric Motorbikes in Nepal, is set to introduce its inaugural electric dirt bike to the Nepali market. The Kollter ES1 Pro will debut in Nepal in two variants: the ES1-S Pro and the ES1-X Pro. The eagerly anticipated Kollter Electric Bikes have landed in Nepal, but their official launch is on hold. Enduro Motors intends to unveil them officially within the next month or two. With its rugged construction and high-performance components, this bike is built to tackle even the toughest terrain with ease.

The two variants share similar style, power, and performance, with no major differences between them. The ES1-S Pro model is equipped with a Belt Drive system, ensuring quiet operation, reduced maintenance needs, and increased top speed. Conversely, the ES1-X Pro variant features a Chain Drive mechanism, known for its enhanced efficiency and ability to manage heavier loads, making it perfect for rugged off-road performance. The ES1 Pro isn't intended for long-distance tours, but it's well-suited for commuting within the city.

One of the standout features of the ES1 Pro is its powerful electric motor. The Kollter ES1 ES1 Pro is powered by an 11 kW electric motor that can generate a max power of 14 PS and a max torque of 220 Nm. It is equipped with a robust 72V32Ah Samsung lithium-ion battery, providing ample power for your off-road adventures. Charging is a breeze, with the bike fully charging in just 3.5 hours, boasting an impressive range of 150 km per charge. It comes equipped with customizable Alloy USD Front Forks and a single Mono-Shock Rear suspension.

In addition to its impressive performance, the ES1 Pro also boasts a host of features designed to enhance your riding experience. It comes with top-notch features such as LED headlamps, taillamps, and indicators, along with a push-to-start button and dual split grab rail. It also offers keyless operation with an alarm system, an electronic battery management system, and a lit dash panel for added convenience and style. The bike's body is made of plastic, featuring a glossy finish on the top and a matte finish on the bottom.

Beyond its raw power and cutting-edge design, this electric dirt bike boasts a suite of safety features. It is equipped with hydraulic disc brakes on both the front and rear, managed by a CBS handle for effective braking performance. Riders can easily remove the bike's single seat to access and charge the battery. Moreover, a charging port located below the handlebar allows for convenient direct charging of the bike. Furthermore, the bike features reflectors on each side, centre-set footpegs, and a rear profile equipped with a triangular license plate holder.

The Kollter ES1 Pro Electric Dirt Bike boasts dimensions of 2080mm length, 860mm width, and 1150mm height, with a wheelbase of 1470mm and a seat height of approximately 800mm. It offers a ground clearance of 320mm and weighs 135 kg. The ES1-S Pro features 17-inch motard street tyres (110/70 front, 130/70 rear), while the ES1-X Pro comes with 21-inch dirt tyres (90/90 front, 18-inch 4.18 rear). The ES1-S Pro boasts a top speed exceeding 112 km/h, while the ES1-X Pro can reach speeds of over 96 km/h.

The ES1 Pro price in Nepal is NRs. 7.75 Lakhs for both the ES1-S Pro and ES1-X Pro variants, with no difference in price between the two. It is available in two colour options: White and Black. It competes directly with the Yatri Project One in Nepal. With its powerful performance, advanced features, and rugged design, this bike has everything you need to take your adventures to new heights.

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