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Welcome to Retro Raleighs

These pages are primarily dedicated to the British-made Raleigh/Carlton bicyles built in Nottingham and Worksop, England.

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Raleigh Superbe Roadster
Rod Brake Roadsters
Raleigh Superbe Light Roadster
Sports
/ Superbe
Raleigh Superbe Light Roadster
Clubman
New!
Raleigh Sprite
Sprite
Raleigh Twenty Folder
Twenty
Raleigh RSW Compact
RSW
Raleigh Gran Sport
Gran Sport
Raleigh Blue Streak
Blue Streak
Raleigh Record
Record
Raleigh Grand Prix
Grand Prix
Raleigh Super Course
Super Course
Raleigh Competition
Competition
Raleigh International
International
Raleigh Professional
Professional
Raleigh Team Professional
Team Professional

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The Raleigh Catalogue Archive

To view a catalog or brochure, click on its cover.

More recent entries are in HTML format.

The earlier version of this site used Adobe Acrobat (*.pdf) format - for those catalogues, you'll need Acrobat Reader, which is available for free from Adobe.

1939 Raleigh Bicycle Catalogue
1939
(HTML)
NEW!
1951 Raleigh BicycleCatalogue
1951
(HTML)
1958 Raleigh Bicycle Catalogue
1958
(HTML)
NEW!
1962 Raleigh Bicycle Catalogue
1962 (PDF 656 k)
1964 Raleigh Bicycle Catalogue
1964?
(HTML)
NEW!
1967 Raleigh Bicycle Catalogue
1967 (PDF 983 k)
1968 Raleigh Bicycle Catalogue
1968 (PDF 1011 k)
1969 Raleigh Bicycle Catalogue
1969
(HTML)
NEW!
1970 Raleigh Bicycle Catalogue
1970
(PDF 1621 k)
1972 Raleigh Bicycle Catalogue
1972
(PDF 1119 k)
1973 Raleigh Bicycle Catalogue
1973
(PDF 2178 k)
1974 Raleigh Bicycle Catalogue
1974
(PDF 1218 k)
1976 Raleigh Bicycle Catalogue
1976
(HTML)
1977 Raleigh Bicycle Catalogue
1977
(HTML)
1977 Raleigh Exploded Drawings
1977 Exploded Drawings
(HTML)
1978 Raleigh Bicycle Catalogue
1978 (PDF 1348 k)
1978 Raleigh Bicycle Catalogue
1985
(HTML)

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Special thanks to Ray Chong, Jerry Eide, Glenn Gernert, Bill Laine, Rich Pinder and Larry Osborn,
without whose help this archive would not have been possible!

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A Short History of Raleigh Industries

How Old is Your Raleigh?

Just Another Holy Grail
A reminiscence by Robert Hill

A Chronology of Models
..or, go directly to..
Professional,
International
Raleigh Record Ace (RRA),
Competition,
Super Course
Racing USA

The Marketplace

English 3-Speeds
Retro Raleighs
Raleigh Parts Threading/Interchangeability
Three-Speed Parts from Harris Cyclery
Sturmey-Archer Hubs
Sturmey-Archer Brochures 1935-38
You'll need a fast connection for this.
Sturmey-Archer 1902-1952
Evolution of the Raleigh Sports
The Raleigh Twenty
Some of My Raleighs:
Competition | International | Robin Hood | Superbe Roadster
New! Sturmey-Archer Heritage Site
Martin Hanczyc's roadster pages.
Tony Hadland's Sturmey-Archer Pages
Tony Hadland on the history of Raleigh

Many thanks to the people who have contributed to the content on this site!  Without them, a lot of this would not have been possible.  Thanks also go to the many people who have written with comments and suggestions.

Retro Raleighs was originated by Ray Chong, who passed the Torch to Sheldon Brown in March, 2003.

This site is hosted by Harris Cyclery, West Newton, Massachusetts

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Retro Raleighs was originated by Ray Chong, who passed the Torch to Sheldon Brown in March, 2003

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Last Updated: May 30, 2012 7:50 EDT by Harriet Fell