Friday, April 23, 2010

Raleigh Misceo 2.0 has arrived!

Earlier this year, we posted a preview of a new model from Raleigh Bicycles, the Misceo 1.0, including a comparison to its big brother the Raleigh Misceo 2.0. A month ago, we were excited to announce that we brought some of the Misceo 1.0 into our stores.

Well, the Misceo 1.0 has been selling so well that we decided to bring in the Misceo 2.0 as well! Both models are "performance hybrid" bicycles, perfect for commuting in the urban jungle, off-road touring, and mixed pavement/dirt/gravel road riding. Both also feature a front suspension fork with SpeedLock lockout lever.

The Misceo 2.0 features an upgraded 27-speed Shimano Deore drive train and Avid BB5 mechanical disc brakes for reliable stopping power in all weather conditions. Check out the position of the rear brake caliper in the photo below--the chainstay mounting means that the brake does not get in the way of accessory installation, so any standard rear cargo rack, as well as full-coverage fenders, can be used without any hassles!

Stop by your nearest Century Cycles store to test-ride the Raleigh Misceo 1.0 or Raleigh Misceo 2.0 soon!


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    1. These were the 2010 models; the Raleigh Misceo 1.0 was $549.99 and the Raleigh Misceo 2.0 was $769.99.

  2. I just bought this thing off of an old man for $200 and it looks like it’s brand spanking new as if he never rode it.