With several other major bicycle brands choosing not to participate in the Interbike trade show this year, Raleigh decided to make a splash with an expanded space to better highlight their 2011 line.
The flagship of Raleigh's road bike line this coming year is the new International, which combines the best of the old and new. A lightweight Reynolds 853 steel frame with classic lugged design is paired with a complete Shimano Dura-Ace component group:
our stores already). From the entry-level Revenio 1.0 ($649.99) to the Shimano Ultegra-equipped Revenio 4.0 for $1,649.99, the Revenio series offers performance and value.
The 2010 Raleigh Misceo 1.0 and Misceo 2.0 proved to be very popular, and so will return for 2011 in new colors, as well as a more value-priced version, the Misceo (no number) at $499.99. Similar in design to the Misceo 1.0 and 2.0, it still has powerful disc brakes, but a rigid fork instead of a suspension fork, and a sleek flat-black finsih for all of your stealthy urban and suburban adventures. Of course, the best-selling Route and Venture series of hybrid bikes will be around for all of your family bike path excursions.
Stay tuned for more Interbike news in the next few days!