SKU: SR118329

Rayvolt Cruzer E-Bike



  Rayvolt Cruzers are the Cadillac of e-bikes. These beautifully crafted electric assist bikes are modeled after 1920’s motorbikes and feature real leather accents for the kind of vintage style we all crave to see on the road. Designed and built in Barcelona, Spain the Cruzer comes with the flare and performance only a great amount of pride and craftsmanship can offer.  

The motor of this e-bike is at the heart of this bikes appeal. The brushless 3 phase dc motor is comprised of 48 different copper coils and magnets placed specifically for the best possible torque. A great motor is nothing without great batteries. The Rayvolt uses 13 cells in a series to reach a nominal voltage of 48V. This bike can reach 54.6V at a full charge at peak voltage. Let us tell you about the Intelligent Regenerative Brake System. Rayvolt bikes have an electronic braking system on the disk brakes that utilizes a reverse effect in the motor to create resistance that in turn generates electricity and charges the batteries. Magic.     


  • Chain: KMC Extralong silver chain
  • Brakes: Rayvolt Oil disk Brakes with E-Regenerative 10A-50A
  • Crankset: Rayvolt Two Pieces Crankset
  • Rims: Double wall 40 mm wide
  • Speed Control: PAS (Pedal Assist System) Thumb Throttle 
  • Frame Weight: M – 24 kg / L – 34 kg
  • Comes with charger and battery
  • Does not come with helmet

Reviews (1)

Jamie (staff)

I purchased this bike at the beginning of the summer and it has been a game changer. It alleviates all my parking issues downtown. I have put my Rayvolt to the test as my daily commuter, averaging over 30km a day, up and down hills. It is a blast to ride and it definitely turns heads. Averaging over 70km per charge is a real thing, no more gas money or parking tickets!! It's the future of commuting and I wish more people had one.
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