Chanoso’s and Oishii pick up speed and take to the streets

Celebrating Bike Month, Chanoso’s and Oishii Restaurants will debut their new Thrust Eco-Delivery Electric Bike this weekend at Bike Friendly Windsor’s film screening of Veer to be held at Milk Coffee Bar, 68 University Avenue West, at 9:00 pm. The Eco-Delivery Electric Bike will also participate in the “Bike the Bridge 2010” Bicycle Tour starting at Rivard Plaza in Detroit on June 13.

Photo: Paul Synnott

Combining the accessibility and practically of bike delivery with branding aspects, the Eco-Delivery Electric Bike has been specifically developed for food delivery and has twice as much motor power and Lithium battery capacity as that of consumer e-bikes with a single battery lasting up to 32 kilometers. The bike can reach speeds of up to 32 kilometres per hour and holds 7.7 cubic feet of storage for delivery items such as stir-fry, sushi, salad and drinks.

Conducive to quick-service, the Eco-Delivery Electric Bike allows the operator to quickly penetrate high density areas and avoid traffic and parking restrictions. A drivers’ license is not needed to operate the bike.

“The bike offers us a fun, fast and eco-friendly manner in which to deliver food to our clientele,” said Mark Boscariol, Co-Owner, Chanoso’s and Oishii Restaurants. “It will allow us to optimize our delivery times and is a great advertising vehicle.”

8 thoughts on “Chanoso’s and Oishii pick up speed and take to the streets”

    1. Done! Sorry about that Paul, I actually couldn’t figure out how to put the credit in originally. Still learning wordpress apparently!

    1. I know they were planning to bring it out for Bike the Bridge, but I think it had to have a tune-up done instead.

      1. Victoria Rose

        Would have been neat but I think they would have missed the registration date regardless. Hope they keep it in mind for the next year.

  1. The Thrust Electric Delivery Bike is the coolest thing I have ever seen. How fast does it go? How long does it go for? I think the signs are lit… Is that true?

  2. The signs are indeed lit! Like it says in the post above, it can go up to 32 km/h, and the battery will last for up to the same- 32 km. That’s what it said in the news release Mark B. sent out.

  3. The use of an electric bike for delivery is the coolest thing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Can’t wait to see them in my neighborhood, too.

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