Raleigh's Tripper keeps things as stripped down and simple as possible. The low-maintenance single-speed drivetrain and rear coaster brake mean an absolute minimum of maintenance, while maximizing super fun riding. Wide Clement tires and the smooth-riding chromoly frame and fork mean the Tripper may be the realest, most capable ride downtown. And the Raleigh seat, post, and stem are equally suited to the task.
|Frame||4130 Double Butted Chromoly|
|Hubs||Front: Joytech; Rear: KT Coaster Brake|
|Spokes||14g stainless steel|
|Tires||Clement XPlor USH, 70 x 35c|
|Brakes||Rear coaster brake|
|Saddle||Raleigh Classic Road|
* Subject to change without notice.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number|
|Dark Silver/Yellow / 52cm||00791964512172||14-16-1350|
|Dark Silver/Yellow / 54cm||00791964512295||14-16-1351|
|Dark Silver/Yellow / 56cm||00791964512370||14-16-1352|
|Dark Silver/Yellow / 58cm||00791964512431||14-16-1353|
|Dark Silver/Yellow / 60cm||00791964512479||14-16-1354|
|Dark Silver/Yellow / 62cm||00791964512516||14-16-1355|
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Bike hits all marks for performance, durability, and comfort in a quick, simple bike. Tough and fast. Pros seem to respond well to it online, but I'm no pro and can only say: it's a no brainer choice for daily riders, works great for exercise, too. I ought to exercise with it more. No risk of overuse. It's a beast in a really unassuming package. Dave and other folks at B&L spent a LOT of time with me making me comfortable before purchase by going thru features on this and lots of other bikes, rec'ing specs and size, price-checking, calling around on a few details, etc. Haven't regretted purchase for a single day. Thanks again to Beth, Dave, and the whole crew down at the shop.