Posts in Category: Commuting

Raleigh USA Brand Makes News In Adventure Cyclist 

Adventure Cyclist Magazine recently ran a story about the Raleigh USA Brand in their April/May issue.

The feature talked about how Raleigh USA donated one of their Sojourn bikes to the Adventure Cycling Touring & Leadship Scholarship.


The Sojourn is what Raleigh defines as a road commuter/touring bike. As Raleigh notes, it is a timeless touring bike that is balanced with “modern Shimano components and disc brakes for the dependability required when civilization is fading away in your mirror.”

Interested in Raleigh’s Sojourn bike? Click here for more information.


For the full feature in Adventure Cyclist, click here.

Raleigh Sojourn

Posted by Craig Randall Thursday, April 10, 2014 8:10:00 AM Categories: Commuting Road Bikes

BicycleTimes.com Gives Raleigh's Misceo Trail 2.0 High Marks 

Raleigh's Misceo Trail 2.0 'wowed' the editors at BicycleTimes.com, as they noted it's a “do-everything” bike.

The Misceo Trail 2.0 specializes in being an adaptable bike that can excel whether its being ridden on the road, an urban setting or trail. A solid option for someone looking for a commuter bike with 'a little beef' to it. 

Interested in the Misceo Trail 2.0? Click here to learn more.

Editor's Note: "t’s a fine example of a “do-everything” bike. It’s a bike that you can commute on, hit the rail-trail for some low-stress exercise, or venture off-road when the spirit moves you."

For the full BicycleTimes.com review on the Misceo Trail 2.0, click here. 

Misceo Trail 2.0

Posted by Craig Randall Thursday, February 13, 2014 3:17:00 AM Categories: Commuting Gravel Misceo 2.0

Bicycle Times Gives Raleigh's Carpi 4 A Glowing Review 

The March issue of Bicycle Times featured a review of Raleigh's Capri 4.  The Women's specific bike made quite an impression on the Bicycle Times team.

An endurance rider’s bike, the Capri 4's geometry features a slackened seat angle which shifts the rider’s center of gravity back and results in less strain on the wrists, elbows, neck along with lower back.

Interested in Raleigh’s Capri 4? Click here to learn more.

Editor’s Note: “All in all, the Capri hits its mark just about perfectly. It inspired me to want to ride longer and faster, even at the tail end of already epic jaunts.”

For the full Carpi 4 review in Bicycle Times, click here.

Raleigh's Capri 4

Posted by Craig Randall Tuesday, February 11, 2014 8:54:00 AM Categories: Commuting Road Bikes