Raleigh 2014 gallery – road, cyclocross and time trial bikes
By Josse Vander-Bilson | Tuesday, July 23, 2013 11.13am
The Raleigh Militis Team has a carbon frame shared across three models in the range. Weights are said to be 880g for the frame (53cm) and 395g for the fork (with steerer cut to 53cm). Based on the same geometry are two aluminium Militis models, sharing a 1,300g frame and the same 395g carbon fork. The Militis Comp Alloy runs SRAM Rival and the SL is equipped with SRAM Apex Tom Marvin/Future Publishing
Raleigh have unveiled their 2014 bikes, with an emphasis on performance throughout the range. While there have been updates to commuting, children’s and electric bikes, the key developments have been in the road, cyclocross and time trial sectors.
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Leading the way are the Militis race bikes, developed with the Team Raleigh racing outfit and with key sponsors including Cole and Schwalbe. Developing the out-and-out performance of these models helped Raleigh progress with other areas of the range, with input from R&D teams in both the UK and US. Improved relationships with suppliers have also meant spec choices are aggressively matched to price points.
See our image gallery, right, for more details on the bikes. And stay tuned to BikeRadar for a gallery of 2014 mountain bikes from Raleigh sister brand Diamondback.
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