Ebikes Africa is not just about selling Ebikes, it’s about electrifying and modernising the everyday bike.
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Ebikes Africa, a start-up based in Nairobi, Kenya, is dedicated to offering sustainable e-mobility solutions to tackle the increasing issues of urban transportation in African capital cities. We specialize in distributing and soon manufacturing top-notch e-bicycles that are customized to suit the specific demands and preferences of the East African market. Our goal is to empower communities by providing clean, dependable, and easily accessible e-bicycles, thereby enhancing their quality of life, promoting environmental sustainability, and fostering economic growth.
Ebikes Africa promotes sustainability by reducing carbon emissions and promoting eco-friendly transportation, offering e-bikes as a clean alternative to traditional vehicles, reducing traffic congestion, and promoting sustainable transportation solutions. We actively engage with local communities, organizations, and NGOs to raise awareness about the benefits of e-mobility and encourage the adoption of sustainable transportation solutions.
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Jorgs Mbugua, co-founder and CEO of Ebikes Africa, focuses on providing electric bicycles for Kenyan explorers, visionaries, businesses, and last-mile delivery riders. With a background in Land Administration and policy formulation, Jorgs and Rob Boehm aim to make electric bicycles accessible, convenient, and affordable for everyone. They partner with organizations and businesses to provide e-bikes for personal transportation and last-mile delivery needs. Jorgs’ vision is to have 1 million e-bikes on the road by 2032 and local production of major e-bike parts by December 2024.
Rob Boehm, co-founder and COO of Ebikes Africa, is passionate about sustainable solutions for individuals, businesses, and communities. With a background in international culture, business studies, and European studies, he and CEO Jorgs Mbugua aim to make electric bicycles accessible, convenient, and affordable. Ebikes Africa partners with organizations and businesses in Kenya, offering a Ride to Own financing model for delivery riders.
Chief marketing officer
Joe Karani is the marketing and creative director of Ebikes Africa, a Kenyan electric bicycle company. With a background in media and communication, he has worked for organizations like the UN, British Council, Kenya Tourism Board, Wrigleys, Shell, Swiftlife Group, and KCB. Karani leads the company’s projects, collaborates with designers, engineers, and marketers, and handles strategy, community management, and media buying/reports.
Customer success manager
Martin Wanjia is the Technical Lead at Ebikes Africa, a Kenyan company offering electric bicycles for explorers, businesses, and last-mile delivery riders. With a background in Electrical and Electronics Engineering and expertise in artificial intelligence, data science, and blockchain, he has experience in various programming languages. Passionate about technology, renewable energy, smart cities, and digital inclusion, Martin is based in Nairobi and enjoys reading, cycling, and chess.
Head of programs & pr
Ann Wambui Ndungu is the Head of Administration & PR at Ebikes Africa, a Kenyan electric bicycle company. With a background in foods, nutrition, and dietetics, she is passionate about social media and mental health advocacy. Ann joined Ebikes Africa in March 2023 and promotes the company’s vision and products. She is also a co-social media leader at Lapid Leaders Africa and the founder of It’s Okay Not To Be Okay.
Chief product officer
Edward Otieno is the product manager and consultant at Ebikes Africa, a Kenyan company offering electric bicycles for explorers, visionaries, businesses, and last-mile delivery riders. With a background in Industrial Chemistry and MBA, he has experience in manufacturing, operations, product development, and project management. Otieno’s vision is to create sustainable electric two-wheel mobility solutions, utilizing data and technology to optimize performance and efficiency. He is based in Nairobi and enjoys music, reading books, and traveling.