We used to call these bikes with the skinny wheels and down-turned handlebars ten speeds, or sometimes racing bikes. Today we simply refer to them as "road bikes". Road bikes are swift, elegant machines that can take you across town or across the country. They're pretty much just for pavement use, but ideal for long rides as they are very efficient and aerodynamic. A road bike is a good choice for touring, commuting, racing, or for the pure joy of performance. There's nothing like a road bike. Here's what we carry.
Raleigh Revenio 1.0
We present the Raleigh Revenio 1.0 as the first entry in our 2015 road bike lineup. Revenio means "the comeback" or "the return" in latin. For Raleigh it means they've returned to a more relaxed or less "aggressive" frame geometry. Translation: The Revenio is comfortable without sacrificing performance. The aluminum frame makes the ride light and lively. The Shimano Claris drivetrain makes for positive and reliable shifts. We were impressed with the ride, and the value. We think you will be too. This is a good bike.
Raleigh Capri 1.0
The Capri 1.0 is the womens' version of the Revenio above. It's quite comfortable, built for a woman's physique. The aluminum frame gives it a light, lively ride. The Shimano Claris drivetrain works great. Come take it for a test ride. We think you'll like it. (Why a Women's Bike?)
Jamis Quest Sport
Next we give you the Quest Sport. We're very excited to offer a steel bike at an entry-level price point. The majority of bikes you see these days are made of aluminum, so it's nice to have an alternative. The steel frame lends the Quest a very smooth, very stable ride, and the Shimano Claris components make for quick, accurate shifts. This is a great starter road bike. It's perfect for your first triathlon or for simply adding cycling to your exercise program. Also available in Victory Red.
Jamis Quest Sport Femme
Not to leave out the ladies, we also give you the Quest Sport Femme. We're very excited to offer an entry level steel bike in a women's model too. Like the men's model above, the steel frame and chromoly fork give it a smooth, stable ride, and the Shimano Claris components work great. Of course the women's seat, narrower bars, and adjusted "geometry" make it very comfortable for women. Also available in Victory Red. (Why a Women's Bike?)
Raleigh Grand Sport
We've just added the Raleigh Grand Sport to our 2015 road bike lineup. This is one of our favorite bikes this year. The looks caught our eye first, but the ride is what really got us. Very smooth! This is a great all-around bicycle. The the steel frame, the geometry, the wider tires, and Shimano Claris components make it great for commuting, touring, day rides, and even dirt roads.
Jamis Ventura Comp
On Sale for $900
Think performance here. The carbon fork, Shimano Sora components, and Mavic/Formula wheels give the Ventura Comp a fast, nimble feel. We were pretty much blown away with how well it rode for the price. Come give it a test ride. See if you agree.
Jamis Ventura Comp Femme
$975 (Now $900)
Not only is this bicycle beautiful, it's fast. Of course the womens' specific "geometry" makes it very comfortable too, but the carbon fork, Shimano Sora components, and Mavic/Formula wheels make it fast. This a fun bike to ride. Come try it. (Why a Women's Bike?)
Raleigh Revenio 3.0
The Revenio 3.0 is our finest road bike. Raleigh has designed it to be both fast and comfortable. The carbon fork and slightly more upright riding position make it comfortable. The wheels and 105 components make it fast. This is a lot of bike for the money. Come ride it. It will speak for itself.
We Only Got a Couple. $1500
We've added the Raleigh Roper to our road bike lineup this season. Think versatile here. Although designed as a cyclocross bike, it doubles as a fine touring or commuter bike. The steel frame and fork give the bike a smooth, stable ride. The disc brakes provide braking in all weather conditions, and the Shimano 105 components lend crisp, precise shifting. This is an exciting bike. (Only one left in a 53cm now.)
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