Raleigh Misceo 1.0

2014
 
4.5 stars
 (2 Reviews)
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Description

Raleigh's Misceo 1.0 is all about having a great time on two wheels. 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 linear-pull 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 selection of quality Raleigh components round out the build.

Consumer Reviews

 
4.5 stars

(2 reviews)

100% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Great Components  (2)
  • Durable  (2)
  • Handles Well 
  • Attractive Design 
  • Handles Well Off-road 

Cons

  • Heavy 

Best Uses

  • Commuting  (2)
  • Road Biking 
  • Pavement 

 
5.0
Jun 02, 2011

We love our Misceo 1.0 !

Pros:
Great Components, Attractive Design, Handles Well, Durable
Cons:
Best Uses:
Road Biking, Commuting
My husband and I each purchased a Misceo 1.0 because we were preparing to ride the GAP and C&O Canal Towpath trails carrying our gear. We absolutely love them! They are wonderful machines. We don't get saddle sore or nearly as tired riding long distance on these bikes.
by Satisfied customer from Chagrin Falls, Ohio

 
4.0
Aug 31, 2010

No buyer's remorse!

Pros:
Great Components, Handles Well Off-road, Durable
Cons:
Heavy
Best Uses:
Pavement, Commuting
I bought this bike as a birthday gift to myself. I enjoy staying active and have not ridden a bike for many years. After talking with the great folks at Bicycle Warehouse in San Diego, I decided on the Raligh Misceo 1.0. Here's why. 1. Handles bumps well. 2. Handles the road/distance well. 3. Very durable. 4. Not too expensive. 5. Head-turner. As a beginning cyclist, I wanted a mid-level bike that could handle some off roading as well as the road for increasingly longer bike rides, as I become accustomed to biking again. Initial cons for me were the "heaviness" of the bike and the "short" handlebars. However, I've become accustomed to both factors and attribute the heaviness to my being a novice. Nw it's not a problem. Handlebars, I am sure can be remedied by adding restbars. I am now used to riding with them too. I have not regretted my decision once. I truly believe that you will not regret purchasing one.
by Guy from San Diego, CA

Specifications

Frame
Raleigh butted-aluminum
Fork
Raleigh chromoly steel
Rims/Wheels
Weinmann XC260
Hubs
JoyTech
Spokes
14g stainless-steel
Tires
Kenda, 700 x 38c w/puncture protection
Crankset
Shimano
Chainrings
48/38/28
Front Derailleur
Shimano Altus
Rear Derailleur
Shimano Acera
Rear Cogs
Shimano, 8-speed: 11-32
Shifters
Shimano EZ-Fire
Handlebars
Raleigh aluminum riser
Tape/Grips
Raleigh MTB grip
Stem
Raleigh aluminum
Brake Levers
Shimano
Brakes
Promax aluminum linear-pull
Pedals
Platform
Saddle
Raleigh 200 Series
Seatpost
Raleigh aluminum