Raleigh releases e-bike version of the Mustang

Raleigh has announced the introduction of the Mustang Comp Electric.
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Raleigh has announced the introduction of the Mustang Comp Electric.

The e-Mustang features the new Kinesis alloy frame. This is coupled with light-weight carbon blade forks with an alloy steerer making for fast and responsive handling.

To cope with the road, track and trail, it is fitted with 650B gravel ready wheels and tyres.

The bike sports a Shimano Steps E6000 drive system with a large Shimano Steps display, Sram’s Apex groupset including hydraulic disc brakes, rear derailleur and shifters, a long-lasting lithium-ion 400WH battery – which is semi-integrated into the frame and provides up to 125 km of range, and comes in a range of sizes including 50cm, 54cm and 58cm.

The Mustang Comp Electric is available to order for trade customers for distribution in October.

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