In order to drive quickly and emission-free through the city, another means of transport is suitable in addition to the electric vehicle: the bicycle. However, in many cities, cyclists are hardly taken into account in traffic management and accidents often occur because the cyclists are simply overlooked by vehicle drivers.
The Covid-19 pandemic is affecting the mobility behavior of all those involved in public road traffic. A clear trend has become established in recent years. While the conventional bicycle market has stagnated, sales figures for pedelecs have risen steadily in recent years. With a total of 2.000.000 e-bikes sold in 2021, a new record was set last year.
The combination of pedelec and e-motorcycle has a significantly higher performance and, according to its own credo, stands for innovative disruption in the market. In an interview with Andreas Zurwehme, CEO / Managing Partner of eROCKIT Systems GmbH, we take a look at the unique selling points and the market potential of eROCKIT.