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Scooter Company ‘Bird’ launches their first electric bike, Bird Cruiser

Bird, the e-scooter company has launched its new electric scooter which is very much different from its all of the previous e-scooters.

The name of the new electric scooter is Bird Cruiser and the company plans to add this seated electric bike in their fleet of the shared vehicles very soon.

This new Bird Cruiser is big enough to allow two adults to sit on it and has the feature of both peddle assisting or pegging. It is powered by a 52 V battery as well as presents an LCD screen, hydraulic disc brakes, and a padded seat.

Travis VanderZanden, the CEO of ‘Bird’ said in his email statement, “Designed and engineered in California, Bird Cruiser is an inclusive electric-powered option that is approachable, easy-to-ride and comfortable on rough roads.”




According to the company, the Bird Cruiser is going to be available firstly in some test markets sometime this summer. In these tests, it is going to be presented as a part of the company’s fleet of shared vehicles or through the company’s Platform Partners.

At the moment, the shared vehicles of Bird are available in nearly 100 cities across the globe and the company states that the Bird Cruiser is soon going to be available on a global level.

Bird initially started as a company for the e-scooter sharing but it ended up being a company that also sells vehicles. Bird One is the most renowned product of the company which comes with a price tag of $1299.

As for the information such as, ‘Will the Bird Curser will be available for purchase or what is its price going to be’; they have not been given away.

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