Raleigh Redux 1 - 2018

Raleigh Redux 1
  • Color: Blue
  • Color: Blue
  • Color: Blue
  • Color: Blue
  • Color: Blue
  • Color: Blue
  • Color: Blue
  • Color: Blue
$549.99
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Get rad in the city with the Redux 1! This city ripper is ready to commute, hit the pub, or ride home from a show, with a lightweight aluminum frame and fork the Redux 1 is light enough to lift up steep stairs to an apartment but durable enough for hardcore city use. There is no such thing as a predictable surface in the city, so the Redux is equipped with double-wall rims and cushy, 650B x 47mm WTB tires, ready for anything from potholes and manhole covers to train tracks, curbs, grates and everything in between. The Redux 1 uses a single cog up front, eight gears out back, and mechanical disc brakes, all of which makes this city machine a smooth-shifting, low maintenance rig with serious braking power in any conditions.

Specs

Frame AL-6061 Double Butted Custom Formed Tubing
Fork Alloy SPF Blades, w/Post Mount Disc, Internal Cable Routing
Headset 1 1/8-inch Internal Cartridge Bearing
Rims/Wheels Alloy U28, 27.5-inch, 28mm Wide Double Wall
Hubs Front: Alloy Disc, 32 Hole
Rear: Alloy Disc, 32 Hole
Spokes 14g Stainless Steel w/Brass Nipples
Tires WTB Horizon, Wire Bead, 30 TPI, 27.5x47
Crankset Alloy Forged 3PC 104BCD
Chainrings 40T
Bottom Bracket Cartridge 68/122.5mm
Chain KMC 8sp
Rear Derailleur Shimano Acera
Cassette/Rear Cogs Shimano, 8 Speed: 11-34
Shifters Shimano SL-M310
Handlebars Alloy, 31.8mm Clamp, 15mm Rise, 680mm Width
Tape/Grips MTB Lock-On with End Plugs
Stem Alloy 3D Forged, 31.8mm clamp, 70 or 80mm length
Brake Levers Tektro ML330
Brakes Tektro Novela Mechanical Disc
Pedals Alloy Body, Chromoly Spindle
Saddle Redux Saddle
Seat Post Alloy Micro Adjust, 27.2 x 350/400mm
Accessories & Extras Rack and Fender Mounts

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Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN
Blue / Small 791964559016 14-0310060
Blue / Medium 791964559023 14-0310061
Blue / Large 791964559030 14-0310062
Blue / X-Large 791964559047 14-0310063

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4.0

(based on 2 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Comfortable  (2)
  • Stylish  (2)
  • Dual Purpose 
  • Handling 
  • Value 

Cons

  • Tighten Up Boltsscrews 

Best Uses

  • Street 
  • Dual Purpose 
  • Mix Of All 
  • Commuting 
  • General Mucking About 

REVIEWS

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4

Greaet mix of everything in just the right way.

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from Paris,Tn

About Me Intermediate

Pros

  • Stylish
  • Comfortable
  • Lightweight
  • Rad

Cons

  • Tighten Up Boltsscrews

Best Uses

  • Mix Of All

Comments:

I found this bike by accident.I was originally going for the Raleigh MISCEO 2.0 but stumbled onto this. The sales people are great at Bike World.The bike was together and ready for me.Its comfy.Its really cool looking frame geometry reminds me of older bikes.Light weight.Seems to work smoothly.What sold me was it seems more versatile.I wouldnt expect it to keep up with a road bike.NOR a mountain bike.BUT it does do well enough.Make sure you have the bike shop tighten things up because I had issues with a crank falling off and my back wheel popped off while going backwards and testing my brakes.Dont let this turn you away. Things happen. AND Bike World gave me a completely new bike for my troubles.Good people and I think a good bike.Ive been on 5 rides now totally 50 miles.Might not sound like a lot but the hills of TN are unforgiving and like I said,its a jack of all trades,but not the king of the road..;)

4

Great bike for the cost, I love the geometry

By 

from Ottawa, ON

About Me Expert

Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Durable
  • Geometry
  • Dual Purpose
  • Value
  • Smooth
  • Quiet
  • Rugged
  • Handling
  • Stylish

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Commuting
    • Street
    • Dual Purpose
    • General Mucking About

    Comments:

    Even though I had more than enough budget, I chose this bike over one that cost more with better components. For me (I'm 6' tall, 210lbs) the bike felt more like a BMX bike in terms of control and tossability. It just felt like an excellent fit for what I like in a dual purpose (mostly street) bike. It's great at dashing in the street and accelerating while standing up. The single gear ring at the front means more aggressive acceleration won't result in skipped gears and potential bails, and the bike is also extremely quiet as a result. At the price, there's plenty of room to purchase upgraded components if you feel the need for hydraulic disks or upgraded derailleur. This is the first budget bike I've ever owned, and I feel that I haven't compromised.

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