Raleigh Record Ace 24.5” frame.
Wheels .. Decathlon 32 spoke with 28mm puncture resist road tyres ..new .. the tyres that is, the wheels have done <500 miles.
Seat .. alloy / carbon composite with Decathlon saddle. New.
Chainset ... NOT AS SHOWN .... Chainset is Alloy / Silver Sugino double...
I am restoring my 1990s Raleigh Pioneer. Unfortunately the bearing housing on the forks is completely shot. I have seen a few on ebay but would like to know if there are any other channels I can try or an alternative fork that would fit. Thanks
Just a photo of my three speed Hercules (really a Raleigh) I am always amazed how brilliantly it shines in the sun, yet put it in a building and it disappears into the wallpaper, Raleigh certainly did a fine job with the paint work on these and it's a joy to ride too.
Yeah - so does everyone else!
Well you don't get if you don't ask!
I rarely visit the forum but was reading through tonight and missed a lovely 753 Raleigh. I'd love one! Even better if it was my size and I could ride it!
I ride a 57cm but could go up to 59 and down to 55.
Aluminium frame, probably 90s-00's, no damage, usual wear. Frame and forks only, £10. Suitable project or basis for a training bike. Includes gear hanger, a free knackered bottom bracket and vertical dropouts. A friend removed the bits he wanted, this is the remains. £10, collection in Leeds.
For sale is my 2013 Raleigh Ti Team Replica, these were a limited run of just 125 bikes to celebrate Raleigh's 125th Anniversary, and were homage to Joop Zoetemelk’s 1980 Tour de France victory. Back in 2013 these were £2000 new.
It features a 51 cm Reynolds 525 steel frame, finished in the...
The bike which has Sturmey Archer three speed hub was the transport in London for Princess Diana before she became involved with Charles. It was then deemed 'beneath her' and sold for a few quid.
It is now up for auction and expected to sell for the mentioned figure.
I know there are several members who have or have had a RRS on here, & I've been lurking for a while. :smile: I'm just in the process of finishing off my rebuild on a RRS frame, which I was given by a relative.
I believe it's a 1988/89 (?) model, based on the decal. 23.5"/60cm frame. 501...
A Gents 21.5" (55 cm) Raleigh Randonneur.
Year = 1990.
Deore DX group set.
7 Speed triple.
Bar end shifter version.
Shimano Canti brakes.
Very good quality 700c Mavic Module 3 CD wheels. Ever so smooth and true.
Paint touched up in places particularly on the top tube but no...
Just got back from my first serious ride (28mi, 1200') on my nostalgia project, a late 70's Raleigh International (from my local bicycle donation/recycle at a price for which I may burn in hell). Aside from needing gears lower than 43x23x38x700cx170mm, I also need to repair the steerer tube so...
I'm on the lookout for a modern steel bike that can be used for commuting and bit of touring. Mainly for road use with some canal paths.
I'm 5'9 so looking for a medium/54cm frame. Id love to hear from anyone who has a 2012/13 Raleigh Clubman for sale...
I've been trying to identify the model of my Raleigh. I know it's 1980, I know it was made in Worksop - or has the W stamp at least. However, the original parts were missing when I got it and it's been powder coated so none of the original paint (e..g black on the head tube) remains...
Decided I need to do something with this bike. It's been in various cellars and sheds for 30 years, when I bought it new but hardly rode it. I have other bikes now but I'd like to recommission it.
It needs new tyres but I'm not sure of the modern size. The wheel diameter seems to be 63cm and...
I've been on the lookout for a Falcon Strada (c. 1990) for quite some time, as I want to replace the one I had stolen in about 2002. I've never seen one. However, walking home the other day I saw a Raleigh Strada outside a neighbours house with a 'free to a good home' sign. Reasoning that...
I am hoping to revive this decrepit Raleigh Royal (c 1986 - 90 I think).
I have a thread in the projects forum:
Any advice for a novice would be very welcome..
I'm looking for a crankset like the one pictured. Hilary Stone has NOS chainwheels but no crank arms. They were fitted to a few bikes either side of WW2 I believe. This is to be fitted to a Raleigh Clubman of 1946 vintage.
Raleigh fixed wheel bike, been resprayed in it's original Team Raleigh colours. Reynolds 501 main tubes (No decals), VGC has only had limited use as a turbo bike. 21" seat tube C-T, 22" TT. Comes with a choice of Exustar road pedals or single side Shimano SPDs.
£60, collection only from west...
Having found and bought a model of bike that I rode in my 20s (Carlton Corsair) and found adverts and an illustrated catalogue/spec sheet for the bike I owned in my teens (Viking Conquest), I am trying to find a bit of info about the bike (my first two-wheeler) that I rode before that. If it...
Purchased new in 2015, I've enjoyed just one outing on this quality full carbon frame road bike. Not long after I bought it, I did a few laps of Knockhill Circuit clocking up 10.73 miles in total. And that's been it. The rest of the time it has been carefully kept indoors in my...
Having said to myself "no more bikes for a while" I collected the Raleigh below yesterday, bought for a minimal sum:
It needs a bit of work, having sat for at least the last 14 years. New cables, chain, tyres (one is split, the other cracked), replacement saddle and general maintenance but...
Skip find. Apparently quite rare and certainly interesting; lugged steel frame with fat 26" wheels, bullhorn bars and 2x5sp drivetrain. Dating from the mid-1980's; apparently Raleigh's stab at a mountain bike before mountain bikes were really a thing.
This one appears complete although is...
Spotted one of these in a bad way in a skip down the road from me (in someone's drive). I was tempted to knock on the door and ask to rob the wheels and saddle for my Routier, however it transpires the wheels are 26" so no good. Having done a bit of research it's apparently an '80s MTB / road...
I have come across this lug on a number of Raleigh, Triumph and Claud Butler bike frames and I don't know what it is for. It is located on the right hand rear stay just behind the bottom bracket (see photo). The hole goes into the centre of the rear stay but it is not threaded.
I recently bought this bike and am curios what type of bike it is and how old it is.
When I picked it up it was in good condition but the bikes were a bit worn. I've looked around the bike and there are some markings on it for example on the back bit (the pole that connects to...
I found this very old, very light Raleigh 10 speed in the basement at a co-op, it appears to have, under all that paint, Bocama Lugs?,R4 and B4?, Campagnolo Chainwheel and drop outs, as well as the clamps for the rear brake along the top tube, It has Weinmann brakes and the surviving wheel is...