With its low-step frame and comfortable set up, the Centros Tour is designed for taking in the scenery at your favourite beauty spots. Imagine taking a ride around a lake, or through the meadows in spring, or past the woodlands as they turn red in autumn. This bike has all the features that would make taking a leisurely ride like that as comfortable as possible: a well shaped saddle, tall wheels that minimize bumps, and front suspension to dampen vibration.
The Centros Tour features the Bosch Active Line Plus motor which is calibrated to give you exceptional mileage per charge, especially with a 500wh battery. We tentatively suggest 70-80 miles for this, although in favourable conditions, and if you change gears efficiently, it would be no surprise to us if you managed to get well over 100 miles per battery charge.
Put it to work!
For many years, we sold the Raleigh Motus, another stepthrough from the British brand. It was incredibly popular with commuters as a comfortable, capable, and stylish bike. We think this Centros Tour is even better than the Motus, so we expect people who are searching for an electric bike for a commute to purchase this lovely e-bike.
Summary: Equipped for touring but well suited for daily riding, this is a workhorse disguided as a showhorse.
As with all our e-bikes, this is available to test-ride. Contact your nearest showroom to reserve your slot. Sizeguide: Please contact your nearest branch to see which sizes are available.
Designed for you to to hop on and hop off easily
Bosch Active Line Plus motor and 500wh battery is an ideal long distance power set
Mudguards, lights, kickstand, rear rack are all included.
Key Electric Features:
Bosch Active Line Plus
Suntour NEX, 63mm
Shimano Deore, 10-speed
Tektro T285 hydraulic disc brake
Raleigh Alloy Bosch crankset
Shimano 10 speed 11-34t
Mitac 700cx42, puncture resistant
Selle Royal Milo+
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.