Friday, March 14, 2014

The 2014 Raleigh Roper Serves Many Different Ride Styles

Cyclocross-ready and commuter-friendly, the 2014 Raleigh Roper Bike offers a smooth ride.

 

The Roper stands apart from the crowd as being not just capable, but excelling at a lot of types of riding. We recommend it as a 12-month, rain-or-shine commuter bike, but the Roper is at home in the woods, bike bath, or in your first cyclocross bike. It’s a fast, fun bike with a smart selection of components. If you need another bike for either light touring, commuting, or to take the wear and tear off a higher-end bike, give the Roper a test ride. You’ll find reason to love it.



— Butted steel frame supplies a smooth ride while remaining responsive; BB30 bottom bracket design increases stiffness for improved power-transfer
— Shimano 105 shifters and derailleurs supply dependable, responsive shifts
— FSA Gossamer Pro compact crankset is paired with a Shimano 105 11-28 cassette for 20 wide-ranging gear combinations to handle any terrain
— Bar-top Tektro RL721 brake levers give you braking control when you're riding on top of the bars; 105 integrated levers let you brake when you're in the drops
— Hayes CX5 mechanical disc brakes deliver weatherproof braking for all kinds of conditions, such as rain, mud, sand or grass — Schwalbe CX Comp tires boast a fast-rolling center section and aggressive outer edges for cornering control


Make sure you stay tuned to our blog to see more 2014 bikes, as well as cycling news from around the industry and cycling tips to help improve your ride!

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Come on over to Ride-A-Bike Shop today to see the 2014 Raleigh Roper and test ride it!

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Brantley SmithAbout Me
Hello, I am Brantley Smith and have been riding road and mountain bikes since the mid 90's. I previously worked here at Ride-A-Bike from mid-97 to mid-2000 doing repairs and other duties around the shop. I attended Wester Carolina University and graduated in 2004 with a computer information systems degree. Add my to your circles.