Westpac Directory of Franchising

MeloYelo E-Bikes

MeloYelo E-Bikes has successfully established a work-from-home distribution channel for selling and servicing e-bikes. Seeking driven, self-motivated people with good mechanical skills who know how to engage with customers and make them feel at ease. Excellent training and technical support. Low start-up costs.

The opportunity

We have a proven work-from-home business model with an existing network of 17 Associates plus 6 bike shops currently representing MeloYelo. 

The NZ e-bike market is estimated at $150 million and growing fast.
Low start-up costs – no shopfront required ($7,500 fee + $6,000 - $10,000 exc. GST for demo bikes).
Proven business model.
100% kiwi owned business.
Excellent training and technical support.
Powerful national marketing, plus training and materials for local marketing.
A brand that is the pinnacle of kiwi-owned bike brands.

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Skills & training

Ideal candidates will have experience working on bikes, though not necessarily e-bikes. Full technical + marketing training is provided.  You will need:

  • Self motivation and drive
  • A desire to grow your business and a willingness to put in the effort required
  • A thirst for knowledge about the products you represent
  • An earnest desire to delight your customers (and thus grow your business through referrals)
  • A garage location that presents well, or a late model van or towing vehicle
  • A willingness to get out and about in your community demonstrating bikes

Areas available

Whangarei; East Auckland; West Auckland; South Auckland; Franklin; Hamilton Central & South; Waipa District; Whakatane; Rotorua; New Plymouth; South Taranaki; Wanganui; Rangitikei; Palmerston North; Gisborne; Wellington North & Porirua; Wellington Central & South; Upper Hutt; Lower Hutt; Nelson; West Coast; Selwyn; Ashburton/Timaru/Oamaru; Dunedin; Queenstown/Wanaka.

Franchisee comments

“I believe MeloYelo’s vision and proactive moves have set us ahead of some pretty big players in opposition camps, both in the public’s awareness and in their hearts and minds. Along with outstanding marketing, surveys, and relationships with other business leaders, customers are literally seeking me out. When people phone they have generally checked us out pretty thoroughly beforehand. Once a business becomes a household word, or the “go to” place in peoples’ minds we have an edge that the best retailers in the country simply cannot match.”
Graeme McLeod, MeloYelo agent, Invercargill.

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