|raleigh bikes 1991||0.88||0.7||6606||18|
|raleigh bikes 1981||1.09||0.5||3037||2|
|raleigh bikes 1992||1.43||0.6||3367||79|
|raleigh bikes 1990||0.78||0.4||1537||34|
|raleigh bikes 1980||0.17||0.9||9631||53|
|raleigh bikes 1989||1.76||0.1||3177||59|
|raleigh bikes 1984||0.34||0.8||7389||3|
|raleigh bikes 1982||1.55||0.6||3600||63|
|raleigh bikes 1983||0.02||0.9||6115||32|
|raleigh bikes 1985||0.46||1||8739||7|
|raleigh bikes 1986||0.06||0.4||6692||22|
|raleigh bikes 1987||0.44||0.7||4000||57|
|raleigh bikes 1988||1.5||0.5||2164||15|
1984 Raleigh "catalog": Raleigh used a process to thermally bond dissimilar materials to produce frames for the Olympic team. The result was 3 gold medals, one silver and one bronze. A bike made with this bonding process was also made for Pete Penseyres who used it to win the 3170 mile 1984 Race Across America (RAAM)What is the history of the Raleigh bike?
In 1887, Frank Bowden purchased a small bicycle shop on Raleigh Street in Nottingham, England. The Raleigh shop had created a safety style bike with a chain driven front wheel. Bowden soon expanded to a 5 story factory to meet the increased demand.How big is the front wheel on a Raleigh mountain bike?
The bike was designed bike John Olsen and used a 24" rear wheel/26" front combination, Deore SIS parts and a Suntour chain stay mounted Roller Cam brake. The head tube has been heavily gusseted and Raleigh is one of the first major companies to offer a true trials bike.What was the frame used in the 1896 Raleigh?
A Technium frame made using Easton aluminum/Kevlar/graphite composites was was used by Pete Penseyers to win the 1896 RAAM in a record time. The Huffy licensing deal expires and rights to use the Raleigh name in the USA reverts back to Tube Investments.