When you throw a leg over Raleigh's Revenio 3.0, you'll immediately feel the benefits of over 100 years of bicycle-building experience. Its light-and-quick butted-aluminum frame boasts relaxed geometry, which pairs well with the vibration-damping carbon fork for mile-after-mile comfort. And this svelte roadster is equipped with a Shimano compact crankset to help you cruise over the climbs with ease, while the 105 shifters, derailleurs and brakes deliver precision shifting and confidence-inspiring speed control. Filling out the spec list is a set of lightweight Weinmann rims, fine Vittoria tires and a host of quality Avenir components.
|Frame||Raleigh Atomic 13 SL butted-aluminum|
|Fork||Raleigh carbon w/aluminum steerer|
|Tires||Vittoria Zaffiro Pro, 700 x 23c|
|Front Derailleur||Shimano 105|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano 105|
|Rear Cogs||Shimano Tiagra, 10-speed: 12-30|
|Handlebars||Avenir 200, short-drop|
|Stem||Avenir 200 Series|
|Brake Levers||Shimano 105|
|Saddle||Avenir 300 Series|
|Seatpost||Avenir 200 Series, aluminum|
* Subject to change without notice.
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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!