Raleigh Stow-E Way electric bike – Folding Ebike
The Raleigh Stow-E Way electric bike is lightweight and simple to use.
The folding ebike is the perfect option for avid campers and caravaners.
It is also ideal for those with restricted storage space, folding down to a compact 880mm x 850mm x 440mm.
This Stow-E Way ebike has a very low step-over height making it ideal for the rider smaller in stature, however, the extensive adjustment range on the seat post and handlebar stem means the ebike can be modified for the taller member of the family.
Powered by the powerful TranzX R15 rear wheel motor, it will assist you up to 15.5mph (the maximum speed allowed by UK/EU regulation).
You can go as fast as you can pedal, as the brushless motor allows the rear wheel to spin freely. It is powered by a 36-volt lithium-ion battery. The latest generation 260wh battery gives a range of up to 30 miles* of enjoyable ebike riding between charges. Batteries can be charged on the bike or unlocked and removed and will take four-six hours to charge from flat.
The front and rear lights are powered by the TranzX system.
The strong but light folding frame makes the Stow-E Way bike a pleasure to ride.
The frame is 6061 Aluminium. There are four modes of pedal assistance you can control from the handle mounted power controls and eight-speed Shimano derailleur gears making it easy to ride with the power off should you wish and help you get up the hills.
The Stow-E Way comes with Raleigh steel trekking forks.
Aluminium double walled wheel rims and 20” Kenda tyres with reflective sidewalls helps you be seen and stay safe at night, as well as offering the best balance between practicality and folded size.
The Stow-E Way comes with a five-year frame warranty and two-year parts and battery warranty.
The right is reserved to inspect the battery for signs of neglect, lack of use, misuse or immersion in water.
Wear and tear components such as brake pads and tyres are not covered unless of faulty construction.
*This will vary depending on weight of cyclist, frequent use of pedal assist, the air pressure in tyres, terrain, etc.