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Raleigh Misceo 3.0 Flat Bar Urban Bike '13
Raleigh Misceo 3.0 Flat Bar Urban Bike '13
List Price: $849.99
Our Price: $599.82
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Model Year: 2013

Stock Status:In Stock
Product Code: 7717063071330

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Description Technical Specs
The Raleigh Misceo 3.0 is perfect for riding to school, work or around town. This do-it-all bike is made with a light, lively aluminum frame and a chromoly fork for a responsive ride. Its parts pick includes a hill-topping 20-speed SRAM drivetrain and strong Tektro disc brakes for speed control in all weather conditions. Plus, the easy-rolling 700c wheels with all-purpose Kenda tires keep your momentum going, and a host of fine Avenir parts including a comfortable seat round out the build.


  • Atomic 13 SL Custom Butted Aluminum Frame
  • SRAM Via Centro Components
  • Tektro Novela Hydraulic Disc Brakes w/ Draco Levers
  • Kenda K-192 700x38c on Weinmann XC260 Double Wall Rims

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 1 Write a review

Best Commuter Ever September 2, 2014
Reviewer: Randy from Houston, TX  
I decided to commute to work, 30 miles round trip, as a part of my regular riding routine.  This includes about 4 miles of hard packed rock. I changed the tires to a faster rolling Bontrager H2.  The SRAM Via drive train is a pleasure and after 250 miles, so far, is still exact and precise.  I would easily put it on par with the mixture of Shimano 105 & Ultegra components that I have on my road bike in terms of smooth shifting.  It's a shame that the 2014 model will be changing to Shimano Alivio.  I have Alivio on my MTB and it feels a bit mushy compared to the VIA group.  Some scoff at it being a compact 20 speed drive train, however, this is what I run on my Road bike and for the flat lands & mild hills where I live, this is already overkill, especially for commuting.  With full load it does take a few more cranks than my  to get spooled up to speed but I can maintain speeds only 1 - 1.5 mph less than my road bike so the trade off on trail capability & ruggedness is well worth it.

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