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Rayos (formerly ElecTrec) Electric Bike

Here's the next big step in electric bike price/performance. Imagine a bike similar to the well-regarded pre-2006 Currie bike with a full suspension frame, a better battery system, a motorcycle-style kickstand, better drive system, and superior quality throughout!

Like the Currie, the Rayos has a lot of torque, independent human and electric drive systems, and a drive system that freewheels when not in use. The electronics shut the motor off at 80% battery discharge to avoid a full discharge (which really shortens the life of lead-acid batteries). The Rayos is an 8-speed bike that uses standard bike parts. Seats, handlebars, brakes and other non-electric parts can be found at a supercenter or bike store. Electric parts can be obtained from Rayos dealers or the manufacturer.

The 2008 Rayos succeeds the highly popular ElecTrec and LashOut bikes. Improvements over the LashOut include:

  • a high-end 600-watt MAC Hi-Torque Brushless Motor that climbs hills and accelerates very well.
  • a direct-drive freewheeling propulsion system with oversized bearings for reliability.
  • sealed bottom bracket.
  • improved front suspension (107mm travel).
  • and 8-Speed Shimano Altus Derailleur with protector.
  • a 14 amp-hour 24-volt battery system for extended range.

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Restocking fee of 10% will be applied to cancelled orders. Restocking fee of 20% for the battery portion of the order only. Exchanges may be exempt from this fee depending on situation.

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Many, if not most, trailers connect to the rear axle. On the Rayos bike, the elevated motor position allows these trailers to connect to the bike. One notable exception is the Burley Trailers. You'll need their "alternative hitch" because the regular one wants to attach where the motor is!

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