Raleigh Array - Cross BarRaleigh
ARRAY - Low Step & Cross Barr
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We designed the Array to be the best looking entry level e-bike on the market and we think we delivered! Great looks, comfortable riding position and smooth power delivery from the E-motion motor.
The Raleigh Array takes a beautifully styled Aluminium frame and combines it with the excellent E-Motion system that will assist you with inclines providing a smooth and controlled push. The E-motion system is the best riding front motor we have ever experienced at this price point making it a perfect choice for your first e-bike. Custom software provides an even delivery of power meaning that the bike pulls away smoothly and without the jerky surge of rival systems. There are five different modes that are easily selected with a push of a button on the handlebar to offer you various levels of assistance, this also includes a 'walk' mode that gives slight assistance when you are walking alongside the bike.
The front wheel motor is coupled with 7 speed Shimano Acera derailleur gears changed with the easy to use twist shift dial and provide a wide range of gears to choose from. The 300wh battery will take you between 22 and 108km* on a single charge depending on the level of assistance selected and can be easily removed so you can take it into the house to charge it for your next ride. This Array comes fully equipped with a kickstand, steel mudguards, front and rear lights and an rear pannier rack so you can ride all year round, day or night with your fully loaded pannier bags if you wish. The bike also rides on strong double wall wheel rims that are clad with high volume, puncture resistant CST tyres designed specifically for e-bikes and featuring reflective strips to make your ride safer.
So who is the Array for? Well the answer is, everybody. The Array comes in two low step colour options and a crossbar versions in a choice of traditional derailleur or hub gear systems and is one of the most inclusive bikes on the market. It can be used to commute to work, getting out and about on the weekend with family or just for leisurely rides around town. All of this with an extra bit of assistance along the way - so what are you waiting for?
*Range figure is an average and is dependent on terrain, weather conditions and level of assistance selected.