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Raleigh Motus GT Crossbar Derailleur


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Product Description

Featuring top specification components and sophisticated ebike technology, the Motus Grand Tour is our most sophisticated electric bike model in the Motus range.

The Raleigh Motus Grand Tour boasts a powerful 500wh Bosch PowerPack battery and Active Line Plus motor for ultimate performance. Delivering an impressive maximum power output of 270%, the Active Line Plus motor makes struggling up hills a thing of the past. Expect to be impressed with the 500wh battery, averaging at 135 miles per single charge, you can ride assured it won’t let you down.

Conveniently centrally located, you can keep track of your remaining range, battery life and speed via the Bosch Intuvia display. For ease of use, the control unit is located right at your fingertips by your handlebar grip, allowing you to change power modes safely and quickly.

  • Brake Lever Tektro T285 Hydraulic Disc brake
  • Brake Type Hydraulic Disc Brake
  • Brakes Front Tektro T285 Hydraulic Disc Brake
  • Brakes Rear Tektro T285 Hydraulic Disc Brake
  • Fork Suntour Nex Suspension Fork – 56mm – travel
  • Frame Alloy Frame AL6061
  • Grips Comfort Grip
  • Handlebar Comfort XLC Handlebar Black
  • Headlight Trelock Front Light
  • Headset Low Stack – semi integrated
  • Left Shift Lever Bosch Intuvia Controller
  • Rear Light Trelock Rear Light
  • Rim Black 36 Hole Disc Brake Compatible
  • Stem Adjustable Angle Alloy
  • Battery Bosch Power Pack Frame Mount 500Wh – 36V
  • Battery Charging Time 4.5 hours
  • Battery Integration External
  • Battery Watts per Hour 500Wh
  • Display Bosch Intuvia Multifunctional Display With Operation Unit & Push-Assistance
  • Display Bracket Bosch Intuvia Display Holder
  • Motor Bosch Active Line Plus
  • Range 135 miles
  • Sensor Bosch Speed Sensor

Additional information



Frame Size

48Cm, 52Cm, 56Cm

Battery Size

500Wh 36V


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