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The Rainbod Mountain Gravel E Bike comes in at a budget friendly price while offering many features you’d want from the best gravel e bikes, that included with the higher priced competitors, such as a 21-speed transmission system that does a great job on gravel, dirt, sand, and other treacherous terrain types.

Why We Like It – Rainbod Mountain Gravel E Bike

The budget friendly Rainbod Mountain Gravel E Bike with a bevy of high-end features, including a 21-speed transmission system that excels on gravel and other difficult terrain types, with a foldable design for easy storage and transport.

  • Foldable design for easy storage
  • Aluminum alloy frame and carbon steel fork
  • 21-speed transmission system excels on gravel and other terrain types
  • Battery gets under 20 miles per charge
  • No rear light

Durability & Build Quality

Many reviewers loved the foldable design, making it easy to store and transport this bike, and the durable aluminum alloy frame and carbon steel fork.

Performance (Speed & Acceleration)

With a max speed of 22-30km/h or 18.64mph the Electric mountain bike is a bit underpowered as it comes in under what seems to be the standard 20mph by a wide margin, a margen not seen in other electronic bikes like the Yamaha Wabash.

Range & Battery

Though the integrated LED headlamp is luminous and perfect for night riding, this bike does not include a taillight, though one can be purchased separately and attached. Also, the 36V lithium battery pack gets under 20 miles per charge, though it can reach a full charge in around four hours.

Safety features

Just like another gravel bike the Rainbod has front and rear disc brakes on both wheels clearly taking inspiration from the Giant Revolt E+ Pro as it also has plenty of success with them, one review did make note of theirs not working on arrival so we recommend you test them first.


Many electric bikes have a high cost but the Mountain’s cost of $649.99 is only a little higher than the next competing mountain bikes like the Specialized Turbo Creo SL, even with the shipping fee the bike is surprisingly cheap for an r bike saving you.

Rainbod Mountain Gravel E Bike Wrap Up

All in all the Rainbod Mountain Gravel E Bike is an E bike that needs frequent charging, has no backlight, sometimes you definitely get a case of getting what you pay for. As much as we like to say that’s not what happened with the Mountain it’s hard to come to another conclusion.

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Brady Meyers

Brady Klinger-Meyers is a writer based in Pennsylvania. He regularly contributes to websites such as Hardcore Droid, Gamepur, and Homebli. His work remains primarily in technology, from video game journalism to consumer technology.

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