At EVELO we don't have a traditional distribution network, you can read more about that here. We utilize our amazing Ambassadors who are customers that have purchased a bike (or two!) and allow folks to come by and take a test ride before purchasing their own bike. EVELO Ambassadors can earn $200 if the potential buyer decides to purchase and a $50 visa gift card for every 5 completed test rides regardless of whether a sale is made or not. The money to earn is so limitless that it can literally pay off your entire bike! A lot of people are already taking advantage of this unique opportunity to earn extra money with their EVELO electric bike. Currently, we have over 225 Ambassadors and we are adding new Ambassadors weekly. One of our successful ambassadors, John, is having the time of his life being an EVELO Ambassador. He is 44 years old and a senior construction manager. John purchased his Aries model EVELO bike (with 500W motor, Extended Battery and NuVinci N360 upgrades) to get him to his job site which is an 8 mile commute from where he lives. As a longtime fan of riding bikes, John says he’s always been interested in bikes but has never been in shape enough to enjoy bike riding. John finally settled for EVELO a year ago after having his fair share of experiences with other bike brands. John researched and test rode several different brands and models of electric bikes before deciding on EVELO. It was the overall look of the Aries and the NuVinci N360 drive train that sold John on the EVELO e-bike! Since then, John has been a passionate Ambassador of EVELO electric bike. becoming an Ambassador, you can find out more by clicking here. If you’re interested in test riding with an Ambassador in your city, you can click here to find your nearest Ambassador!
When we were starting EVELO several years ago, one of the key challenges that we needed to solve was distribution of the bikes. How do we distribute the bikes to the users and provide them with test-ride opportunities in the most effective way? The Conventional Way Traditionally, in the bicycle world, bikes would be sold through two common channels:
- Local Bicycle Shops, and
- Big Box Stores (e.g. Target)