Journalists and bloggers of the Kyrgyz Republic rode the world’s first electric snowmobiles Moonbikes Motors. Representatives of the French company brought two electric defences to the ski base near Bishkek, where they were given to test the equipment for everyone.
The main advantage of such electric power failure - ecology, this was announced after a test drive by the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of France to the Kyrgyz Republic François Delaus.
"This Saturday I went to a small station of winter sports, less than an hour drive from the center of Bishkek, to participate in the press presentation of the snow scooter Moonbike, an innovative product created by the French startup, commercialized in Central Asia by a dual company from Almaty. Thanks to the Tourism Development Support Fund of the Kyrgyz Republic and the very friendly and dynamic head of the ZIL base for valuable cooperation", - said the ambassador.
According to him, the French call this technique «Tesla in the mountains». The French ambassador said that two companies in the Kyrgyz Republic have already shown interest in technology. Note that the cost of one such French electrical circuit together with delivery is about 8.5 thousand euros when ordering a minimum batch of five units.
"This is the world’s first electric snowmobile. It does not pollute the atmosphere and gives new emotions. The snowmobile can travel about 60 kilometers on one battery, depending on the speed of driving. It can go up to 42 kilometers an hour, it’s very fast. Without a battery, a snowmobile weighs 76 kilograms. Gasoline snowmobile, for example, weighs from 220 kg and more", - said the commercial director of the French company Konstantin Shkerin.
The Tourism Development Support Fund of the Kyrgyz Republic in turn noted that today we can not only talk about the supply of ecological snowmobiles to tourist winter resorts of the republic, but also about the organization of their service and rental.
Such power failures today actively use the world resorts: Courchevel in France, Crans-Montana in Switzerland, Valnord in Angola and some others.