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MS Dhoni: Special offer on MS Dhoni's birthday, this company is giving free electric bicycle

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the former captain of the Indian cricket team, completed 42 years today. Electric bike maker Emotorad has come up with a great offer on the occasion. In fact, he is the brand ambassador of this company. To pay tribute to Dhoni on his birthday, the company has launched a special edition e-bike in yellow called the MSD Edition Legend 07 Cycle. This is a chance for Dhoni fans to win for free.

A chance to win an e-cycle on the occasion of Dhoni's birthday

The eMotorad battery-powered bicycle features Dhoni's signature and commemoratives of India's 2011 World Cup win. The organization organized a week-long competition honoring Captain Cool on his birthday. From there, 7 lucky winners will be selected and gifted an MSD Edition Legend 07 bicycle.

By following eMotoRad's Instagram page and commenting on it wishing Dhoni a happy birthday, they will stand a chance to win a limited edition electric bicycle absolutely free. Please note that the e-cycle will be available for general buyers at Tk 34,999. Being a limited edition model means very few will hit the market. Available on the company's website, Amazon, and Flipkart.

Talking about the specifications, eMotorad's MSD Legend 07 cycle has a removable battery, which is claimed to give a range of 40 km on a full charge. Maximum speed is 25 km per hour. It will have 5 levels of pedal assist.

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