Estonian e-cargo startup Vok Bikes gets €800,000 to produce more bikes and expand in Europe

Vok Bikes

Vok Bikes, a Tallinn-based electric cargo bike producer already working with Wolt, has received €800,000 in pre-seed funding from local funds, United Angels VC and Superangel, as well as some regional business angels, including Pipedrive’s recently exited co-founders Ragnar Sass, Martin Henk and Martin Tajur.

Designed specifically for couriers and postal workers, Vok’s first ‘pedelecs’ have hit the streets as delivery bikes, with a range of 100 km and a top speed of 25 km/h.

The new investment will help manufacture the next 100 vehicles and fuel expansion to a couple of major European cities in the next year.

Founded in 2019, the Baltic startup’s first clients also include Lithuanian courier service Ziticity (which is currently expanding in France), Estonian e-scooter producer and fleet operator Tuul by Comodule, and Estonian national postal service provider Eesti Post. Wolt, a Finnish food delivery company, operates in over 100 cities in Europe and Japan.

Vok Bikes
Photos by Liisi Ruuse: co-founders Indrek Petjärv, Siim Starke and Riho Koop

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