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ReadyAssist enters into roadside assistance service for Bicycles in seven cities



Automobile roadside assistance service provider, ReadyAssist has announced to enter into roadside assistance, fitting & assembling services for bicycles across seven cities including Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Hyderabad, and Delhi-NCR.

“With the rising demand for bicycles and stores being closed due to lockdowns at various parts of the country, customers are moving more towards online purchase of bicycles from e-commerce portals and online selling platforms of the OEMs. This has made a paradigm shift in the way bicycles are delivered, assembled & serviced,” ReadyAssist said.

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“Being a PAN India service provider with more than 5000 mechanics serving 16500+ pin codes of the country, it was an ideal choice for us to foray into this segment by upskilling & cross-skilling its existing fleet of mechanics. This cross leveraging of the existing fleet would also enable additional earnings to their mechanics, which is most needed support at this COVID situation,” ReadyAssist added.

The company claims to have trained 100+ mechanics in 7 major cities- Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Hyderabad, and Delhi-NCR of the country who can perform assembling of bicycles at doorstep, regular periodic services & breakdown assistance. It has also planned to cross-train 3 mechanics in every district in the coming months through its in-house training wing called Academy. 

Speaking on the development, Vimal Singh, Founder & CEO, ReadyAssist stated, “Not much is spoken about the roadside assistance for bicycles. We believe, we can be an enabler to help cycling enthusiasts pedal their way without any worries of regular maintenance & breakdowns. While ReadyAssist is investing more in EV enablements, we have also proactively taken an initiative to train 100s of our mechanics from selected cities on the skillsets of bicycles. We are in talks with OEMs and e-commerce companies to be their official RSA & assembling partner across the country through subscription models. This would bring a new era of convenience & support to the cycling community”.


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Krishna Mali
Krishna Mali
Founder, CEO & Group Editor of TechGraph.

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