Sleek and Powerful Mambas Bring Affordable Innovation

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A new player with an exceptional focus on new technology and innovation has emerged in Australia’s micromobility landscape.

PedL, based in inner-Sydney, is introducing its Mamba brand of e-bikes to provide new cutting-edge solutions for the ever-evolving world of transportation.

Business owners Kuda Kwatara and Tadana Maruta are focused on providing convenient and eco-friendly modes of transportation that are perfect for daily commutes, sightseeing, and short trips, to further transform the way Australians commute and explore their cities.

Their vision is accompanied by a strong commitment to customer satisfaction and environmental sustainability, in a total package to revolutionise the way people travel.

PedL has been established as a one-stop shop for sales, rentals and repairs, through its dedicated aftersales support and service, and personalised service free from chatbots.

Man riding e-bike in the city
The Mamba e-bike range was launched in 2021 with the Venom, following extensive research into customers’ requirement and insight to the future of electric transportation in Australia.

Its showroom in Redfern features e-bike and e-scooter brands including Dirodi, NCM, Fatboy, Segway, Kristall and Dualtron, and PedL has partnered with top-level freight companies to ensure swift and hassle-free Australia-wide deliveries for customers.

The team is now turning much of its energies to expanding the retailer network for its extensive Mamba range of e-bikes, which is meeting retailers’ needs in a number of market niches.

Its launch of the Mamba Venom e-bike at the start of 2021 followed extensive research into PedL’s own customers’ requirements and forecasts to the future of electric transportation in Australia.

More than 10,000 Venoms have been sold throughout Australia so far and it continues to be one of the nation’s most keenly sought-after e-bikes under $2,000.

Armed with that insight, the PedL team designed, manufactured and trademarked its own brand that ranges from commuter and folding electric bikes, to dual-suspension and fat bikes.

Product shot of e-bike
The Antidote builds upon the strengths of the Venom, bringing improved components including 500-watt Bafang motors and LG batteries.

The Venom’s successor, the Mamba Antidote, boasts improved, high-quality components, headlined by Bafang motors and LG batteries.

Following the NSW Government’s recent increase of maximum of power levels for road-legal e-bike motors, from 250 watts to 500 watts, consumers are clamouring for entry-level bikes with this elevated power range. However, many retailers don’t have bikes in their range to meet that demand.

The Mamba Antidote fills that void and has been flying off the shelves since its introduction.

Mamba electric bikes boast a sleek and modern design, ensuring both style and functionality, and solutions for people seeking convenient urban transport or exhilarating adventures.

Powerful battery capacity for each PedL e-bike ensures riders can enjoy extended distances without worrying about running out of power.

The initial eight models in the current range target customers seeking affordable e-bikes options, priced between $1,700 and $2,500.

Close up shot of person on e-bike
The Venom continues to be one of the nation’s most keenly sought-after e-bikes under $2,000, after selling more than 10,000 units so far.

Mamba Venom $1,780
Mamba E-Bike | Mamba Venom 2023 Official Shop – PedL Australia – PedL E-Bikes & E-Scooters

Mamba Venom Double Strike $2,250
New Mamba Venom Double Strike E-Bike – 2023 Model – E-Bikes Australia – PedL E-Bikes & E-Scooters

Mamba Savannah $2,189
Mamba Savannah Step-Through 48V 750W Electric Bike | 2023 Model – E-Bikes Australia – PedL E-Bikes & E-Scooters

E-bike parked on the beach with surfboard in surfboard holder accessory
The Sahara with just one of the accessories that is helping Mamba and its riders transform the way Australians commute and explore their cities.
Person riding e-bike along beach promenade
PedL’s ongoing communications with customers have been highly successful in building a connection among its riders. The stylish designs of models such as the Sahara also foster that sense of community.

Mamba Sahara (fat tyre) $2,689
New Mamba Sahara Fat Tyre Ebike – 2022 Model – E-Bikes Australia – PedL E-Bikes & E-Scooters

Mamba Venom Antidote $2,199
Mamba Venom Antidote High Powered Electric Bike 48V 750W, 15ah 720wh L – PedL E-Bikes & E-Scooters

Mamba Gallivanter $2,299
2024 Mamba Gallivanter Fat Tyre E-bike 48V 750W 15ah (720Wh) Samsung b – PedL E-Bikes & E-Scooters

Mamba Taureg $1,999
2024 Mamba Taureg 48V18ah 500W Folding Ebike – PedL E-Bikes & E-Scooters

2023 Mamba TP26 $2,289
Mamba FAT Tyre E-Bike Dual Suspension Hydraulic Brake – 2023 Model – E-Bikes Australia – PedL E-Bikes & E-Scooters

They have since been joined by a new addition, the Mamba Kalahari, a fat-tyre, dual-battery and dual-suspension e-bike that now sits atop the range. Priced at $3,400, the Kalahari is designed to tackle all terrains and throw down the value-for-money challenge to its fat-tyre dual-suspension rivals.

2024 Mamba Kalahari $3,499
2024 MAMBA Kalahari 48v750w ebike dual battery – PedL E-Bikes & E-Scooters

E-bike in an outdoor setting
The fat-tyre Mamba Gallivanter is designed for adventure.

PedL has consistently demonstrated its determination and capacity to stand out from the crowd.

Its e-bike rental service to Sydney customers and its dedicated repair workshop are among the offerings setting the business apart from other electric bike retailers.

That includes the team’s safety vigilance. All PedL vehicles undergo regular maintenance checks and inspections to ensure they are in optimal condition, as well as ensuring PedL customers are well informed about traffic rules and wearing well-fitting helmets.

Woman in helmet riding an e-bike
The 26-inch Mamba Savannah is the step-through alternative to the Venom.

PedL has also been highly successful in building a community and connection among its customers. Quick online review surveys and fast-response online chats, so riders can share their experiences, have been part of an effective flow of communication between PedL and its customers.

“This not only enhances the overall experience but also encourages a sense of camaraderie among those who choose PedL as their preferred supplier of electric bikes and electric scooters transportation,” Kuda explains.

To find out more about the PedL team and its range of Mamba e-bikes, visit, or contact or (02) 6188 5066

1 Comment

  1. Graham Douglas on 7th March 2024 at 12:48 pm

    Adjustable Saddle??

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