Cadent 4
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Cadent 4

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Cadent 4

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Ready to increase your mileage on a bike that's fun, fast lightweight AND comfortable? The top-selling Cadent 4 is your ticket to ride. Offering you newfound speed and adventure, the Cadent 4 is ready to scream down city streets, tear through bike paths, and go the distance on the road. An upgrade from the Cadent 3, the Cadent 4 offers a SRAM Apex 1X drivetrain and Tektro Auriga hydraulic disc brakes.
Made with a lightweight, high performance aluminum frame and lightweight carbon fork, the Cadent 4 is easy to maneuver and lift up stairs, or onto bike racks. It features comfortable flat bars and 11 speeds to choose from. Wider tires provide better traction and stability, and the higher-end hydraulic disc brakes offer the ultimate stopping power in all conditions. The Cadent 4 features signature Raleigh design and quality SRAM parts making this bike a great value.

Frame AL-6061 Custom Formed Butted Tubing
Fork Carbon Disc Road w/Alloy Steerer
Headset Integrated 1-1/8"
Cranks 2PCS Alloy Forged w/CNC Narrow Wide 40T Chainring
Bottom Bracket Sealed External
Rear Derailleur SRAM Apex 1 Long Cage
Shifter SRAM Apex Trigger 11spd
Cogset SRAM PG 1130 11-42
Chain KMC X11
Front Hub Formula CX20 Disc
Rear Hub Formula CX22 Disc with Cassette
Spokes 14g Stainless Steel
Rims Weinmann U28 Double Wall Disc
Tires Clement XPLOR USH 700x35C, 60TPI
Brakes Tektro Auriga Hydraulic Disc w/ 160mm Rotor (Mineral Oil)
Brake Levers Tektro Auriga
Pedals Wellgo R200 Alloy Body/Steel Cage
Handlebar Kalloy Alloy 15mm Rise, 31.8
Grips Raleigh Comfort Lock-On
Stem Raleigh 7° 3D Forged, 31.8
Seat Raleigh Series w/Chromo Rails
Seatpost Raleigh 100 Series 27.2x350mm
Extras Rack and Fender Mounts
Bike Weight 24.4 lbs
Bike size SM / Rider Height: 5'3" - 5'6" MD / Rider Height: 5'6" - 5'9" LG / Rider Height: 5'9" - 6'0" XL / Rider Height: 6'0" - 6'4"
Seat Tube Length 460mm 500mm 540mm 580mm
Stand Over Height 760mm 785mm 820mm 845mm
Top Tube Length 555mm 570mm 595mm 610mm
Stack 380mm 393mm 412mm 421mm
Reach 566mm 583mm 599mm 618mm
Head Tube Length 130mm 150mm 170mm 190mm
Head Angle 70.5° 70.5° 70.5° 70.5°
Seat Angle 73° 73° 73° 73°
Wheel Base 1040mm 1059mm 1084mm 1100mm
Chain Stay Length 440mm 440mm 440mm 440mm
Fork Offset 48mm 48mm 48mm 48mm
BB Height 75mm 70mm 70mm 70mm
Stem Length 80mm 90mm 90mm 100mm
Handlebar Width 620mm 620mm 620mm 620mm
Crank Length 170mm 175mm 175mm 175mm
Seat Post Length

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My third bike... and best!

Review by EvShrug
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See if you can relate... I had a mountain bike or two growing up, "borrowed" a family road bike as an older teen that basically became mine, and rented bikes here and there. After I got out of college, I mostly just traveled between work and back, with no bicycling for years – just that sensation that I had a job just to pay for a car and food to get to that job. Well, my wife got a bike at our November wedding shower, and that got me interested in biking again, and thus started the hours and weeks of research. After over two months, THIS beauty is the one I went with, total satisfaction no buyer's remorse.

My wife got this $80 department store mountain bike. She's a smaller lady than me, but mine weighs HALF as much - a relief because of course I'm the one who lifts it out of the kitchen and carries both out the door. I also love my 1x11 speed selection; she's a Zumba and water fitness instructor, but I'm the one (tech support nerd) who can ride all the way up the hill while she walks, and struggles when I try to explain to her how to avoid cross-chaining on her 21-speed bike. Her bike also is full-on mountain bike with fat knobby tires and shocks and springs everywhere, making not-so-quiet EEH eeh EEEH eeh squeaks with every pedal, while my Cadent 4 causes me no vibration or bump fatigue on our favorite fine-crushed-limestone-gravel trail near our house, so I think her mountain bike is overkill. The Cadent 4 tires are also unique and definitely hybrid: almost as skinny as a road tire, but knobby around the center and confident. I think the lightweight, gearing, and straightforward no-shocks design of the Cadent 4 is why I can easily outspeed her even if I'm tired.

But all that isn't why I love this bike. I love feeling like I've left the production line of rush hour driving, the whip of the wind while I'm propelled over asphalt, grit, and miles, that I can wobble my handlebars or ride off into places inaccessible by cars. It's a perfect, glorious shade of red too, the kind that drives up car insurance but just feels proud and passionate on a bike. Its so efficient, I rode WAY further on our trail than we'd ever had time to walk before, just over 10 miles the first time riding in years, and my legs were weak and jelly when I got home but not painful and torturously sore the next day.

I'm always eager to go out for a ride any chance I've had these last three months, while I feel my wife is having half the experience I am. It's not fair; I should buy her an Alysa, probably the 3 ;)

(Posted on 3/28/2017)

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