Raleigh Women's Specific (Great for Dudes!) Revere 1 Road Bike - Brand New but Close-Out
Women’s specific design Raleigh Revere 1. Real road bike with integrated brake/shift levers not some screwy department store grip shift/stem paddle scenario. Aluminum. A great “first serious bike” or entry level tri bike. We bought close-outs and they are so much bike for $559! Brand new, full Raleigh warranty! The qualities that make them women specific - small size, narrow bars, wider saddle - also make them great for youth/teens. As of December 11th, we have 2 - 48 CM, 1 - 50 CM and a 54 CM. Come try! Best way!
Get fit and go the distance (whatever distance that is) on Raleigh's Revere 1 women's road bike. The perfect entry-level endurance road bike, the Revere 1 will take you where you want to go, whether that is 5 miles, 100 miles, or anywhere in between, without breaking the bank. Made for comfort and efficiency on road rides, the Revere 1 also offers quick handling to avoid obstacles and wider tires for stability.
Designed with women's specific, endurance road geometry keep you sitting more upright for less strain on your neck and back. Great fit, a 6061 aluminum frame and custom alloy fork keep the Revere 1 light, fast, and fun to ride. Shimano Claris shifters help flatten out any hill by offering 16 speeds to choose from. The Kenda 700×28c tires are smooth for quick rolling and offer a little more width for comfort and security.
Whether you are new to biking or are getting back into it hop on the Raleigh Revere 1 and see what the road has to offer.
Though this bike is brand new with full factory warranty, we also listed it in used bikes as the close-out price means it is competitively priced to used bikes.
This is a brand new bike with full factory warranty. Coco's believes in getting the best bike for the money and that often means buying a bike that is last year's model. With the exception of high end mountain bikes, there is not a ton of innovation being done in the bike industry on a year to year basis. Generally, especially in the sub-$2000 market, new year refreshes are cosmetic. In fact, often, the change is to downgrade components - move from a name brand headset or crank to a house branded item.
Coco's is a local bike shop, primarily selling local bikes. Dis-assembly, packing and shipping adds a hefty $150.