The rising popularity of cycling – the average number of cycling trips increased by 26% from 2019 to 2020 – means you’re sure to have seen your fellow caravan owners
taking to two wheels when they’re on tour.
And now, with the Government’s new focus on improving your cycling experience – including upgrades to the National Cycle Network, allowing you to take your bike on more buses, and an improvement in cycle-parking facilities – it’s clear that cycling is going to become even easier when you’re out on tour over the years ahead.
An ebike for everyone
There’s a good reason that so many people take their bikes with them in their caravan: you can get out and about with ease, whether that’s to the local shops or further afield to explore historic sites.
It means you can leave your vehicle on site, without needing to worry about the cost of fuel or finding somewhere to park when you arrive
at your destination.
And cycling is easier – and much more fun – than ever, thanks to Raleigh’s latest range of
exciting electric bikes.
They take the hard work out of cycling, giving you a helping hand when you need it – and allowing you to take more of the strain when you don’t.
Raleigh offers three different types of ebike that are just perfect for taking on your tours: electric hybrid bikes, electric folding bikes and electric cargo bikes.
These popular ebikes offer all the experience of a regular bike, but with the added bonus of a feather-light motor.
You’ll be able to travel further than ever before thanks to the large range capacity (up to 128 miles for the Centros Tour), and the handlebar display makes controlling the power available to you simple.
Take a look at the Motus, the Centros Tour or the Array – electric hybrid bikes that you’ll want to use every day.
Want to stow your bike in your caravan or motorhome locker, or in your car’s boot? Raleigh’s folding electric bike range is the one for you.
It offers classic good looks with practical performance – shorter trips to the shops are a breeze with one of these as your companion.
Check out the Stow-E-Way, which can be packed away in seconds.
If you need to transport children or shopping, but don’t want the effort of a traditional cargo bike, take a look at Raleigh’s electric cargo bike range.
It includes the Raleigh Stride 2, which has a 500Wh Bosch battery to make your journeys a breeze.
History as standard
Each offers something different, but each can help make your next holiday that bit better.
And with Raleigh being a Great British success story – it was founded in Nottingham in 1887, and its base remains in the city to this day – you can rest assured that your bike comes with quality included as standard.
To find out more about Raleigh ebikes, visit its website.