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Raleigh Misceo 2.0
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Raleigh Misceo 2.0

2015

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5.0 stars
 (7 Reviews)
$600.00
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2015 Raleigh Misceo 2.0

Get there faster on Raleigh's Misceo 2.0. This do-it-all bike is made with a light, lively aluminum frame and a chromoly fork for a responsive ride that will leave you feeling just like a kid again. Its parts pick includes a hill-topping 24-speed Shimano drivetrain and strong Tektro disc brakes for speed control in all weather conditions. Plus, the easy-rolling 700c wheels with grippy, all-purpose Kenda tires keep your momentum going, and a host of high-quality Raleigh components ensure excellent rider comfort.

 
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    Specification Description
    Frame Raleigh butted-aluminum
    Fork Raleigh chromoly steel
    Rims/Wheels Weinmann XC260
    Hubs JoyTech
    Spokes 14g stainless-steel
    Tires Kenda Kourier, 700 x 38
    Crankset Shimano
    Chainrings 48/38/28
    Front Derailleur Shimano Acera
    Rear Derailleur Shimano Acera
    Rear Cogs Shimano, 8-speed: 11-32
    Shifters Shimano Rapidfire
    Handlebars Kalloy aluminum
    Tape/Grips Raleigh
    Stem Raleigh aluminum
    Brake Levers Shimano
    Brakes Tektro Novela mechanical-disc, 6-inch rotors
    Saddle Selle Royal Look IN Moderate
    Seatpost Raleigh aluminum

    * Subject to change without notice.

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    Option Barcode Manufacturer's Part Number Store SKU
    Black / Small 00791964447733 14-15-3240
    Black / Medium 00791964448341 14-15-3241
    Black / Large 00791964448976 14-15-3242
    Black / X-Large 00791964449577 14-15-3243 HYBRD-00204
    Orange / Small 00791964450184 14-15-3244
    Orange / Medium 00791964450870 14-15-3245
    Orange / Large 00791964451587 14-15-3246
    Orange / X-Large 00791964452256 14-15-3247
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    5.0 stars

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    Pros

    • Lightweight  (4)
    • Tough  (3)
    • Versatile  (3)
    • Stylish  (3)
    • Durable  (2)

    Cons

    • Heavy  (2)
    • Pedals 
    • Seat Is Awful 
    • Worthless owner's manual 
    • Crummy Pedals 

    Best Uses

    • Street Riding  (4)
    • Pavement  (2)
    • Commuting  (2)
    • Trail  (2)
    • Light Trails 

    Reviewed by 7 customers

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    5.0

    Perfect bike for this lady!

    By Batgirlmp

    from Sunnyvale, CA

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Pros

    • Tough
    • Color
    • Versatile
    • Stylish

    Cons

    • Heavy

    Best Uses

    • Light Trails
    • Street Riding

    Comments:

    I love the ride on this bike! I can keep up with my friends on road bikes. I love pink so adding little accents like a pink water bottle cage, pink valve caps, etc, makes it look really sleek! The best part is taking the wheel on and off. You don't have to mess with the brakes! Just slide the rotor back into the caliper and the wheel is nicely lined up!

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    5.0

    Great Bike

    By GaryS

    from Waterloo, Iowa

    About Me Avid Cyclist

    Pros

    • Tough
    • Lightweight
    • Versatile

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Trail
      • Street Riding

      Comments:

      I ride for exercise about 25 miles a day. I wanted disc brakes after the rim wore out on my Trek 7100. I bought the Raleigh because the head angel is more than the Treks and the top tube is a little longer which makes the bike less "twitchy". I am over 70 and have arthritis, limiting my neck movement. I have replace the stem with a tranz x adjustable stem so I can have a more upright ride, but still lower the handle bars from time to time. After they were broke in, the brakes are good. I intend to replaced the left trigger shifter with a twist grip shifter due to fore-mentioned arthritis. I will also add Ergon GP1 grips in the near future. I own 2 Treks, an 08 7100 and an 09 7300. The Raleigh is my new favorite!

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      4.0

      Great bike for the money!

      By Brett M.

      from White Plains, NY

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      Pros

      • Stylish
      • Tough
      • Versatile
      • Lightweight

      Cons

      • Pedals
      • Seat

      Best Uses

      • Street Riding

      Comments:

      I clock atleast 150-200 miles a week, I don't know how casual that is but, this is a great bike for my needs and wants in a bike. The disc brakes were a huge plus for this bike and were a priority feature for the bike I wanted. I felt the seat and bought a new one on the spot, didn't even want to bother with something that felt like cardboard. The Pedals aren't so great too. I've had the bike for less than 1 1/2 months and the pedals bent, the reflectors all came off and they didn't have a lot of grip and surface area. So my foot has slipped quite a few times. In turn bashing my shins against them. I just bought 'Deity Compound Pedals' and wow what a difference. Besides the lack of suspension which I personally don't mind, the bike shifts smoothly and the brakes have feel too them. lightweight and good for any rider. I've put over 1200 miles on it and the chain only jumped off the crank once, and that was because it was time to get the bike re adjusted since the cables stretched. (Which happens on any bike) A+++ Bike I Bought it for 450, i would have paid the whole 550

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      4.0

      love it

      By al

      from Eastchester, NY

      About Me Avid Cyclist

      Pros

      • Lightweight
      • Stylish

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Trail
        • Street Riding

        Comments:

        This bike is great value for the $400 price tag. I intially thought the seat was going to be to hard and uncomfortable for a long ride but after a few rides I have to change my mind. The grips are bumpy and uncomfortable without gloves on..Both are easily fixable.

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        5.0

        My New Misceo 2.0

        By Eddie

        from Cleveland, Ohio

        About Me Casual/ Recreational

        Pros

        • Light weight
        • Stable
        • Easy Controls
        • Low Friction

        Cons

        • Seat Is Awful

        Best Uses

        • Towpath
        • Paved Trails
        • Commuting

        Comments:

        So my wife, daughter and son in law hit the towpath trail. I was on a Mongoose I had had for 10 years. By mile 3 I was done. Had lunch at Winking Lizard and my SIL said I needed a new bike if I were to enjoy the sport. So we walked over to my LBS. They showed me this bike, sized it and I was riding in 30 minutes. They also took my Mongoose and after freshening it up they donated it to a homeless shelter. The bike is great. The only bad thing is the seat. I replaced with a gel seat. I also had added a rack on back and bought a bag as well. If you're on the fence about this bike, try it out, that's what I did.P.S. We went for a ride on the Towpath yesterday and today, total 25 miles. No problems.

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        5.0

        night rider in vegas

        By Mindccome

        from Las Vegas

        About Me Commuter

        Pros

        • Lightweight
        • Durable
        • Great Components

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Commuting
          • Pavement

          Comments:

          This has been the frist "Real Bike" that I have had. Most of the bikes I have owned where of the "Wall-Mart" type. But the best bike I owned beshids this has been a Dimondback Outlook. This is the best bike I have had, smooth and fast. Road bikes are faster, but some of the roads I travel or messed up, so the fork really helps keep the grip. Some people might want to get a different seat and tires. I like the tires because they give you a little slip. Really is a good bike. I plan to go bake to Japan and ship this bike with me on the trip. Will turn some heads. Also becarefull if you are new to disc brakes. When you stop, you really STOP.

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          5.0

          Great Bike

          By JnaySayer

          from Cleveland Ohio area

          About Me Avid Cyclist

          Pros

          • Stability
          • Great Components
          • Durable

          Cons

          • Heavy
          • Worthless owner's manual
          • Crummy Pedals

          Best Uses

          • Commuting
          • Poor quality bike paths
          • Pavement

          Comments:

          After trying several similar bikes I found the Misceo 2.0 fit me best. I like the larger tires because they add stability on bad pavement and bike paths. The finger tip shifters work smoothly and flawlessly permitting easy shifting which helps compensate for the bike's weight. The seat is comfortable despite minimal padding. I have no problem hustling this bike along for 30 mile rides. Unfortunately the pedals are poor quality, mine started making noise after a month. I suggest asking for a free upgrade. Also the owner's manual gives little insight into operation and adjustments, not a problem for me but if you're a newbie ask your dealer lots of questions. Also the tires have lots of nubs from the manufacturing process which made the bike squirmy at first, so don't panic if you experience that. Overall I love this bike and always look forward to riding.

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