• Q&A with Eric Murphy, director of Raleigh-sponsored Team United Healthcare of Georgia powered by 706P

    Apr 3, 2013


    Raleigh Bicycles sponsors 10 racing teams, ranging from top level pro squads such as the Raleigh-Clement cyclocross team and the Raleigh U.K. continental pro road team, all the way to smaller regional outfits such as the Recycled Cycles road team and the Northwest Sho-Air mountain bike team.
    In the middle of this spectrum [...]


  • Au Revoir

    Aug 31, 2010

    Thank you for the memories and for being such a class act.
    Laurent Fignon {August 12, 1960 – August 31, 2010} (picture via the internet)
    It is truly an honor that Laurent Fignon rode a Raleigh during the most exciting tour ever in 1989. 


  • Why Steel?

    Aug 6, 2010

    Recently we’ve really started to expand our line of Steel bikes while other companies are heavy handed into Carbon everything.  Every now and then, some folks ask why we’re still making steel bikes.  Why are we making a lugged 853 International?  Why did we make an 853 XXIX Pro instead of a carbon?  Why are our high end commuter bikes steel [...]


  • Welcome!

    Mar 25, 2008

    Welcome to the brand new Raleigh Bicycles website and our blog. At Raleigh, bicycles are our passion and lifestyle. We design them, we build them, and we ride them. We race. We commute. We climb and descend mountain trails and passes. We strive for that perfect ride everyday. Our bicycles are the product of this passion. We [...]


  • 2008 – 120 Years of Raleigh Bicycles – Part 1

    Dec 4, 2007

    History – Heritage – Tradition – Innovation – Today
    {words reed}  December is here and the end of calendar year 2007 is near. One of the interesting, challenging, and sometimes frustrating aspects of working in the bicycle industry is the “what year is it?” conundrum. At Raleigh we (and most of the bicycle industry) launched our [...]