Black Arrow 700C bike launched in just 15 thousand, ride as much as you want, no expense will come

Nine one Cycles has today launched its all new Black Arrow 700C bike in India. The 7-speed 700C bike gets a 7-speed EZ Fire rear shifter, hybrid fork for jerk absorption and a Shimano 7-speed gear set. Let us know what is special about this bike in the price of Rs 15,000. This bike has a light weight tig-welded frame. The Black Arrow bike is equipped with 160 mm disc brake and high-traction nylon tire for the safety of the riders.

Sachin Chopra, Co-Founder and CEO, Ninety One said, “At Ninety One Cycles, we are constantly working on new technologies to offer innovative products to Indian users. With the launch of Black Arrow, we are delivering on our commitment to provide the best technology and riding experience to our users. We are one of the brands in the industry who are working on new technologies. We are confident that the addition of the all-new Black Arrow will strengthen our portfolio and further enhance the user experience.”

Vishal Chopra, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Ninety One said, “Black Arrow is one of the most unique products launched by us at Ninety One. It packs a host of features that appeal to cycling lovers. And the design and uniqueness features are more attractive.”

Recently Ninety One has launched Meraki S7 and KTM’s Chicago Disc 271 electric bike in the Indian market. According to the brand, the Meraki S7 is a high-tech e-bike that offers a comfortable riding experience. KTM Chicago Disc 271 is a mountain bike that comes equipped with TL compatible rims and KTM Line Rizer 680mm handlebar along with SCHWABLE 27.5” tyres, which provide cyclists with the much needed grip on any terrain. Ninety One Cycles said that the company recently raised US$30 million in funding from investors such as Avaana Capital, Titan Capital, A91 Partners and Fireside Ventures.

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