Raleigh Array e Motion Step Through

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New for the 2022 season, a welcome return by a much loved model. The Raleigh Array stepthrough electric bike gives great value for money


About the Raleigh Array lowstep

The stepping-stone into the world of electric bikes. The Array is Raleigh's elegant electric bike option, combining good looks and modern tech, all in an affordable package. Whizzing through the weekday commute or tackling longer trips on the weekend. The Array is ready for it all, and with a 60-mile range it's ready to go again, and again, and again.

Whether you want to rediscover the joy of cycling or just want a little extra push on the Monday morning rush to work, the Array is here to help. A lightweight aluminium frame, smooth Suntour suspension fork, and disk brakes mean your ride can be fun, comfy and reliable - at a realistic e-bike price too.

Product Highlights:

Fully equipped with lights, mudguards and rack
Low step frame is easy to hop on and off
City ready wheels 700c wheels and a road-suited tyre will make getting around town easy.

Key Electric Features:

Motor: Suntour e25
Max torque: 60Nm
Motor position: Rear wheel
Controller: Suntour display, 3 levels of assistance
Battery capacity: 400Wh
Battery location: Down tube
Charge time: 4.5 hours
Range (estimated): 60 miles (eco mode)

Full Specification:

Frame Aluminium
Fork Suntour Nex, 63mm travel
Rear suspension N/A
Gears Shimano 7-speed, rear derailleur
Brakes Tektro mechanical disc brakes
Crankset N/A
Cassette Shimano HG200 12-28
Wheels 700c
Tyres Vee Rubber, Zient, 700 x 47 with reflective stripe
Saddle Velo Comfort Saddle
Seatpost Velo seatpost 31.6mm
Approx weight 23kg

About the Raleigh brand

Raleigh is one of the world's oldest and best known bike brands. Established in 1887 in Nottingham England, it's still based there today. Chances are that you rode a Raleigh when you were younger - and maybe you still do now.

Raleigh created iconic bikes such as the Burner, Grifter and Chopper, as well as cutting-edge bikes like TI-Raleigh Tour-de-France-winning 753 steel frames. Their bike design and wheel building still happens at the Head office in Nottingham and it is a tradition that will continue for many years to come.


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