Raleigh Bikes built some of the earliest bikes in England. In the 1940s they boomed as the largest manufacturer in the world. Raleigh will always be classic.
In the 1980s, Raleigh road bikes were on par with legendary riders. Today, Raleigh builds both entry-level and high-end road bikes and commuter bikes.
Raleigh e-bikes are versatile, getting more people on bikes. The British company knows the value of commuting, and Raleigh e-bikes are durable, affordable, and high-quality.
The Raleigh Chopper is a British design icon of the 60s, but Raleigh’s heritage extends even further. Vintage Raleigh bikes range from some of the first bicycles ever built to stunning race bikes like this 1983 Raleigh in the TPC museum.