• 2011 VeloNews Buyers Guide

    Feb 10, 2011

    From the trusted source in all things racing comes their annual Buyers Guide.  While Reynolds 853 International may not be the latest in high-zoot-carbon-wonder-material…steel bikes still have more victories in every race on the UCI calendar.   Think about that. 


  • This Will Totally Void Your Warranty

    Jun 17, 2010

    But wouldn’t it be kinda fun to give it a try?

    And to squash any questions before they start…that is a Raleigh UK Carbon Road bike.  It is not available in the US.  This is what is available in the UK and this is what is available in the US.  While Raleigh distributes bikes around the world, each branch creates different bikes [...]


  • 2010 Bicycling Buyer’s Guide

    Mar 8, 2010

    The 2010 Bicycling Buyers Guide is on newstands now.  Among the items that the staff of Bicycling have approved for 2010 are no less than 5 Raleighs.  The Alley Way, Talus 8.0, Record Ace and Grand Sport (2nd year running) all make the list.  With the spotlight going to our new Carbon frame and the Competition build. 

  • 2010 Team Bike Reviewed – Road Bike Action

    Feb 24, 2010

    Our all new carbon road bike has just received it’s second great review in under a month.  This time it was Road Bike Action’s turn to take out the “pure race bike” and put it through the paces.  Give the links a double click to get a slightly more readable version, or head on out to newstands now [...]


  • 2010 Team Bike Reviewed – ROAD Magazine

    Jan 26, 2010

    The speed junkies at ROAD managed to get the first review out of our new High Modulous Carbon Road frame and fork. 
    In an effort to see if magazine editors are asleep at the handlebars, I sent Tim (editor) some information regarding the New processes we were using to create our frames.  This included utilizing free range Sasquatch hair interwoven into the [...]


  • Come Back…

    Jun 22, 2009

    Factory Rider Andy has been out of commission lately.  And used the Tour De Nez as a guage to see where he was at.  While it was a comeback for him…it was an even bigger comeback for another name in the pack.

    I raced the first stage of the Omnium at the Tour De Nez. First race is in Truckee, CA [...]


  • All Aboard

    Mar 23, 2009

    I’m a little late in posting this, but our Factory Rider Andy continues to mix it up with the big boys of the domestic racing world…and they’re paying attention.
    Tour of Murrieta 
    Back safe in Vegas tonight after two tough days of racing. It was an omnium points race. First day .8 mile crit, flat fast and unsafe. RR [...]


  • It’s Not Always About Us…

    Feb 24, 2009

    Recently, a mechanic at Century Cycles lost most of his possesions in a house fire.  And while it can take some time to replace a fuzzy toilet seat cover, refrigerator magnets, and a Britney Spears CD collection (hey, it’s on their site)…trying to replace a stable of bikes can be painful and take years.
    Sean Burkey (the local Sales Rep) recently stopped [...]


  • Is It Road Season Already?

    Jan 27, 2009

    A couple quick pictures and some words from a couple of our Grassroots riders out there…
    Andy Racing in CA
    I’m loving the bike…very comfortable and just stiff enough. I rode 4hrs on Sunday and on some pretty rough roads, it felt smooth and really responsive. Yesterday I raced in Long Beach, CA I took an 11th in the 30 plus 1,2 [...]


  • Don’t Go

    Jun 13, 2008

    With the recent Anniversary of Andy Hampsten’s ride up the Gavia in the 1987 Giro, a small band of brave riders set out on a ride of their own.  The weather was reminiscent of the stories I’ve read.  With a cold rain falling sideways it took a great motivational speech by Andy himself to get us on [...]


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