Raleigh's RXC Pro Disc Receives Road Magazines "Cyclocross Bike of the Year" 

Raleigh's RXC Pro Disc took home the title of "Cyclocross Bike of the Year" in the May issue of Road Magazine.

The RXC Pro Disc is built with a Shimano Ultegra Di2 drivetrain that works in all conditions. Supremely stable no matter what conditions the bike is being put through, the RXC Pro Disc is a Cyclocross rider’s dream bike.  

Interested in Raleigh’s RXC Pro Disc? Click here to learn more.  

Editor's Note: "Whether out on a five-hour dirt ride, or fully pinned for an hour on a ‘cross circuit’, the bike begs to get rowdier than a mechanical bull at a redneck wedding…The versatility of the bike, both in rideability and component compatibility, make the Raleigh RXC Disc Pro ROAD’s pick for Cyclocross Bike of the Year.”

For the full review of Raleigh's RXC Pro in Road Magazine, click here.

 

Raleigh's RXC Pro Disc

Posted by Craig Randall Thursday, March 27, 2014 2:24:00 PM Categories: Cyclocross RXC Pro Disc

Raleigh's Tamland 2 Featured in Road Magazine 

Raleigh's Tamland 2 had a small feature in the most recent issue of Road Magazine.

The Tamland 2 was created for long rides in harsh conditions, ideal for roads that have been less traveled. Know as a ‘gravel bike’, the Tamland 2 can handle high speeds and loose gravel with ease.

Interested in Raleigh’s Tamland 2? Click here for more information.

Editor’s Note: “Raleigh is one of the first companies to introduce a gravel specific bike. This is the Tamland and it’s a badass graveling machine.”

For the full Tamland feature in Road Magazine, click here.

Posted by Craig Randall Thursday, March 27, 2014 2:21:00 PM Categories: Gravel Tamland

Road Magazine Raves About Raleigh's Revenio Carbon 3  

The April issue of Road Magazine featured an outstanding review of Raleigh's Revenio Carbon 3. 

The Revenio Carbon 3 is one of Raleigh’s premier road bikes that is featured at an exceptional price-point. As Road Magazine mentioned “the blend of stability, comfort and responsiveness makes the Revenio an excellent option for long distance enthusiast or even the budgeted racer."

Interested in the Revenio Carbon 3? Click here to learn more.

Editors Note: "The full carbon, Ultegra equipped Revenio, is perfect for the cash strapped rider with a V-8 engine looking for an efficient and affordable rig to put it in.”

For the full review of Raleigh’s Revenio Carbon 3 in Road Magazine, click here.

Posted by Craig Randall Thursday, February 13, 2014 8:28:00 AM Categories: 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: "it’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 Capri 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

Peloton Gives Raleigh's RXC Pro Disc High Marks 

Raleigh’s RXC Pro Disc received high marks from Peloton in their March issue.

The RXC Pro Disc is Raleigh’s premier Cyclocross bike, which features a Shimano Ultegra Di2 drivetrain that works in all conditions. This bike can handle whatever the rider wants to throw at it!

Interested in Raleigh’s RXC Pro Disc? Click here to learn more.

Editor’s Note: “The RXC Pro Disc is flat-out fun to ride- on and off the racecourse. It’s a bike that allows you to leave your fron tdoor, ride 10 miles of pavement, hit your favorite fire road, jump to flowing singletrack and never yearn for another bike.” 

For the full Raleigh RXC Pro Disc review in Peloton, click here.

RXC Pro Disc

Posted by Craig Randall Tuesday, February 11, 2014 8:00:00 AM Categories: Road Bikes RXC Pro Disc

Velo Magazine Features Raleigh's RX 2.0 & XXIX 

Velo Magazine Buyer's Guide featured Raleigh's RX 2.0 & XXIX. 

Raleigh's XXIX is a single speed 29" hardtail that is designed for singletrack. Nearly maintenance free, the XXIX is what Raleigh likes to call 'a humble machine that is trail ready' right out of out of the box. The RX 2.0 is one of Raleigh's cyclocross bikes that features an alloy frame and carbon ally fork that is also ready to race right out of the box. 

Interested in Raleigh's XXIX? Click here for more information

Interested in Raleigh’s RX 2.0? Click here for more information.

Editor's Note: On the RX 2.0 “From the ‘cross-curious to the mud veteran, the RX 2.0 is ready for any conditions that the cyclocross season can bring.”

For the full Raleigh features in Velo Magazine Buyer’s Guide, click here.

 

 Raleigh's RX 2.0 Raleigh's XXIX

 



Posted by Craig Randall Monday, February 10, 2014 9:12:00 AM Categories: Gravel Road Bikes RX 2.0

Raleigh Tamland in Open Air Life 

Open Air Life featured the Raleigh Tamland in their Fall 2013 Gear Guide.

 
Posted by Courtney Harkins Tuesday, November 05, 2013 1:08:00 PM Categories: Tamland