Whether you're chasing fitness goals or logging solo miles, Raleigh's Revenio 3.0 can make it happen. The lightweight aluminum frame and carbon fork pair with an endurance-oriented, heads-up geometry so you can go farther, faster, and with more comfort. Fast spinning 700c Weinmann wheels come wrapped in grippy Vittoria tires and are brought to life by Shimano's benchmark 20-speed 105 drivetrain. It boasts the light action, quick shifts and trademark durability perfect for seasons of riding. Top it off with a selection of great Raleigh parts, including a supportive Prologo Kappa saddle, and you've got a bike that's sure to please.
|Fork||Raleigh carbon w/tapered aluminum steerer|
|Tires||Vittoria Rubino Slick, 700 x 25c|
|Crankset||FSA Gossamer MegaExo|
|Front Derailleur||Shimano 105|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano 105|
|Rear Cogs||Shimano, 10-speed: 12-30|
|Brake Levers||Shimano 105|
|Brakes||Tektro Quartz dual-pivot|
* Subject to change without notice.
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My first modern road bike coming off a late 80's Raleigh Technium. The new Revenio 3.0 handles much more quickly with a smooth ride and excellent shifting. The color scheme is great and the graphics are understated but still have flash. The seat was initially pretty stiff but adjusting to have some angle and breaking in makes a huge difference. I might eventually swap for a seat with a cutout but I'm getting used to it. Deep vee wheels are cool too. This bike breaks out of the mold of the more common bikes that start with T, S, G or F.
The Raleigh 3.1 gives a comfortable ride and the components add to the ease of continuous biking. The upgrade to the shimano 105's was an added plus. The bike was also not as pricey as other brands as I test rode many of them. In the end, in comparing all of the aspects, the Raleigh 3.1 was the best choice for me.
I've owned a couple of Trek hybrid bikes for at least 10 years and have always been satisfied with them. Since I started having interest in road biking, I searched for bikes that wouldn't cost too much, yet have good component system and build quality. Choosing between the Trek 2.1C and Raleigh Revenio 3.0 and 4.0 was tough. I chose the Raleigh Revenio 3.0 as the best value. Hydroformed aluminum frame, carbon fork, and Shimano 105 componentry at a reasonable price! The bike is very comfortable and has a very stiff construction. As a result, it was easy and efficient to build speed. Handling is spot-on; I feel confident enough taking turns with more aggression than I thought I could. The frame shows quality construction from the even welds to the beautiful finish. To top it off, the matte black finish with lime green accent/trim look aggressive!