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2006BicyclesEnjoy the ride.gpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED C18/17/05, 11:41:41 AM

CONTENTSp.2Performance Comfort Roadp.10Road Recreationp.16Track/SSp.20FlatBar Roadp.24Hybridp.30Full iserp.62Youthp.68Geometryp.70Specificationsgpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED C28/3/05, 5:48:00 PM

The Seattle Metro area has been home to Raleigh America’s corporateheadquarters for over 20 years. During that time, the area has proven to be anexcellent home for both our company and for our families. Raleigh Americais proud of its ongoing relationship with the Seattle business and cyclingcommunities, and in recognition of this we have included a series of storiesin this catalog highlighting various unique aspects of our area’s cycling andcultural atmosphere.p.1Named in 2001 as Bicycling magazine’s Best Bicycling City in North Americafor cities with populations between 500,000 and 1 million, Seattle is hometo a very active cycling community that includes year-round commuters,hardcore racers, triathletes, mountain bikers and BMX riders. Seattle isalso home to the nation’s largest bicycle club, the Cascade Bicycle Club(www.cascade.org), and a very well-developed system of bike and multi-usepaths and bike lanes. More information about cycling and cycling resources inSeattle is available through the Bicycle Alliance of Washington(www.bicyclealliance.org).Seattle’s scenic beauty, diverse terrain and challenging weather (yes, it reallydoes rain here – a lot!) along with the spirit and determination of its localriders continually inspire us as we develop our products. We are proud to callthe Seattle area home and are also proud of our 2006 line of Raleigh Bicycles.We hope that you find this catalog useful and informative – please visit ourwebsite, www.raleighamerica.com, for more information and updates on newproducts. And if your vacation plans include a trip to Seattle, be sure to bringyour bike and take advantage of some of the best cycling in the country.In the meantime - Enjoy the Ride!gpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 18/17/05, 11:16:11 AM

Performance Comfort RoadThe Raleigh Cadent line of bikes has been designed from the ground upto provide all-day comfort in a responsive, lightweight package.With a “heads up” riding position and five models to choose from, theRaleigh Cadent sets a new standard for performance, comfort and value.p.3Enjoy the Ride.-North Fork Road, Mount Si.gpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 38/17/05, 11:16:45 AM

Performance Comfort RoadLooking for a bike with all the performance of today’shigh tech road bikes but with a more comfortable, relaxedattitude? Enter the Cadent line of road bikes from Raleigh.Designed for men and women, these exciting new bikesfeature Re2P, a performance comfort frame design thatgreatly improves comfort without sacrificing performance,light weight or efficiency.Re2P, or Relaxed, Ergonomic, Efficient Positioning,is the cornerstone of Cadent design.Using this philosophy, the Raleigh Product Team has developeda line of bicycles which reduce back and neck strain and pressureon the hands and wrists. The result: A “Heads Up” riding position,allowing Cadent riders to ride longer with more comfort than ontraditional road bikes. Rider weight is centered over the bike, providing sure and confident handling. The Cadent is perfect for thoselooking to participate in group and event rides, light duty touring,commuting or just plain fun riding. Older riders, those returning tothe sport or riders with health or flexibility issues will find renewedriding enjoyment courtesy of Re2P.2006p.4In addition to utilizing Re2P, Cadent bikes are loaded with comfort enhancing featuresthat compliment the user friendly appeal of the design. Lightweight frames, Raleigh CustomCarbon forks, padded bar tape, and comfortable saddles are present throughout theCadent line. Cadent 4.0 and 5.0 feature Easton Ultralite alloy main triangles and vibrationtaming Easton carbon seat and chain stays.ca dent, kad ant, a. Having cadence or rhythm.gpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 48/17/05, 11:17:00 AM

Performance Comfort RoadThe main advantage of Re2P, or Relaxed, Ergonomic, Efficient Positioningversus traditional road bike geometry is a reduction in the strain placed onthe back and neck of the rider. Cadent riders are all together more upright,relaxed and comfortable than their traditional counterparts.Improved visibility.Reducedback strain.A shorter top tube reduces thereach necessary to achieve properextension and balance over the bike.No more locked elbows.Reduced wrist& hand fatigue.2006Longer chain staysincrease the wheelbase forpredictable cornering anda smoother road feel.p.5A lower bottom bracketprovides a reduced center ofgravity for enhanced stabilityand improved handling.gpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 5A taller head tube allows fora more upright positioningwithout resorting to ungainlystacks of headset spacers.8/17/05, 11:17:18 AM

Performance Comfort argeCadent 5.0Frame: Easton Ultralite Racew/EC90 CNT Seat Stays/Chain StaysFork: Raleigh Custom Carbon/CarbonSteer, 50mm offsetShifter: Shimano Ultegra 10spdFront Derailleur: Shimano UltegraRear Derailleur: Shimano Dura AceCranks: Truvativ Carbon CompactRouleur GXP 36/50tBottom Bracket: Truvativ GXPGear: Shimano Ultegra 10spd (12-27t)Rims: Mavic Cosmos BlackBrakes: Shimano UltegraColor: The Cadent Silver2006p.6gpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 68/17/05, 11:17:33 AM

Performance Comfort RoadIt has often been said that a company’s products areonly as good as the people who build them, and when itcomes to building great bicycles there’s no substitute forreal world testing. When Raleigh America’s product teamset out to design the new Cadent line of PerformanceComfort road bikes, one of the biggest challenges was todevelop a frame design that would effectively meet theneeds of riders of varying body types and sizes. One ofthe critical aspects of the Cadent frame design was howto successfully incorporate full-size 700c wheels into aframe small enough for riders under five feet tall.Enter Monette Armstrong (Raleigh America’s HumanResources Manager), an avid rider and veteran of the200 mile Seattle to Portland ride. Monette had alwaysbeen relegated to riding road bikes with 650c wheelsin order to accommodate her less than average verticalstature. At just north of five feet, Monette was theperfect test subject for the Product Development Teamas they worked on the geometry. Monette now rides aCadent 45cm model equipped with full-size 700c wheels,allowing her to easily cruise with the rest of the pack.Monette also benefits from the heads up riding positionof the Cadent, allowing her to see the road aheadwith less strain on her neck, arms, and wrists. She is soinspired, that she has committed to join Team RaleighAmerica for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s2005 MS 150 ride in September.2006p.7gpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 78/17/05, 11:17:46 AM

Performance Comfort argeCadent 4.0Frame: Easton Ultralite Racew/EC90 CNT Seat Stays/Chain StaysFork: Raleigh Custom Carbon/CarbonSteer, 50mm offsetShifter: Shimano Ultegra 10spdFront Derailleur: Shimano UltegraRear Derailleur: Shimano UltegraCranks: Truvativ Elita GXP 30/42/52tBottom Bracket: Truvativ GXPGear: Shimano Ultegra 10spd (12-25t)Rims: Alex AT-400, w/CNC sidesBrakes: Shimano UltegraColor: The Cadent Red2006p.8SizeCadent 9cmXLargeFrame: Atomic 13 SL Aluminumw/Carbon Wishbone Seat StaysFork: Raleigh Custom Carbon/Alloy Steer, 50mm offsetShifter: Shimano 105 9spdFront Derailleur: Shimano 105Rear Derailleur: Shimano UltegraCranks: Truvativ Elita GXP 30/42/52tBottom Bracket: Truvativ GXPGear: SRAM PG-950 9spd (12-26t)Rims: Alex DC-19 w/Ground SidewallBrakes: Tektro Dual PivotColor: The Cadent Whitegpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 88/17/05, 11:18:00 AM

Performance Comfort argeCadent 2.0Frame: Atomic 13 Aluminumw/replaceable hangerFork: Raleigh Custom Carbon/Alloy Steer, 50mm offsetShifter: Shimano Tiagra 9spdFront Derailleur: Shimano TiagraRear Derailleur: Shimano 105Cranks: Truvativ Touro 30/42/52tBottom Bracket: Truvativ Power SplineGear: SRAM PG-950 9spd (12-26t)Rims: Alex DC-19 w/Ground SidewallBrakes: Tektro Dual PivotColor: The Cadent Black2006p.9Cadent rgeFrame: Atomic 13 Aluminumw/replaceable hangerFork: Raleigh Custom Carbon/Alloy Steer, 50mm offsetShifter: Shimano Sora 8spdFront Derailleur: Shimano 2200Rear Derailleur: Shimano TiagraCranks: Truvativ ISO Flow Road 30/42/52tBottom Bracket: Truvativ Sealed CartridgeGear: SRAM PG-850 8spd (12-26t)Rims: Alex DC-19 w/Ground SidewallBrakes: Tektro Dual PivotColor: The Cadent Bluegpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 98/17/05, 11:18:19 AM

RoadBuilding on the success of last year’s breakthrough Road line, the 2006collection of Road bikes from Raleigh America is our strongest to date.High tech composite and alloy frames are thoughtfully outfitted with qualitycomponents to provide a superior combination of performance and value.p.11Enjoy the Ride.-Sunrise, Mt. Rainer National Park.gpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 118/17/05, 11:18:47 AM

arge62cmXLargeTeamFrame: C6 ACE, Advanced CarbonEngineering, full carbon frameFork: Easton EC90 SLX Carbon w/Carbon Steer TubeShifter: Shimano Dura AceFront Derailleur: Shimano Dura AceRear Derailleur: Shimano Dura AceCranks: Shimano Dura Ace, 39/53tBottom Bracket: Shimano Dura Ace External BearingGear: Shimano Ultegra 10spd (11-23t)Rims: Mavic Ksyrium SLBrakes: Shimano Dura AceColor: Carbon/Black2006p.12Bicycle racing is one of the most demanding test environments available for our products, and we rely on input fromour sponsored race teams throughout the product development process. One of those teams is the Seattle-basedRecycled Cycles Racing team, whose members compete in various disciplines of road, track, mountain, and cyclocrossracing both regionally and nationally. On the road side, the RCR team currently races on the full carbon C6 ACE Teamand the carbon/alloy C6 Fusion Prestige frames, which riders appreciate for their unique combination of lightweight,stiffness, and superb ride quality.The RCR crew has posted some impressive results over the past two seasons, competing in national-caliber races suchas the Sea Otter Classic, the Nature Valley Grand Prix, and the Tour of Shenandoah. In August 2004, RCR rider TomPeterson won the Junior National Championship road race in Park City, UT.Founded in 1994, Seattle’s Recycled Cycles (www.recycledcycles.com) is one of Raleigh’s top local dealers. Featuredrecently in Bicycling Magazine (March 2005), Recycled Cycles is a bike aficionado’s dream, renowned for its vastcollection of new, used, and collectible bikes, frames, and parts.gpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 128/17/05, 11:19:01 AM

arge62cmXLargePrestigeFrame: C6 ACE, Advanced CarbonEngineering, full carbon frameFork: Easton EC70 Carbon w/Carbon Steer TubeShifter: Shimano Ultegra 10spdFront Derailleur: Shimano UltegraRear Derailleur: Shimano Dura AceCranks: Truvativ Rouleur GXP 39/53tBottom Bracket: Truvativ GXP External BearingGear: Shimano Ultegra 10spd (11-23t)Rims: Mavic AksiumBrakes: Shimano UltegraColor: Carbon/Red2006p.13CompetitionFrame: C6 FT, Fusion Technology, carbon/alloy frameFork: Easton EC70 Carbon w/Alloy Steer TubeShifter: Shimano 105 9spdFront Derailleur: Shimano 105Rear Derailleur: Shimano UltegraCranks: Truvativ Elita A1 GXP Compact 36/50tBottom Bracket: Truvativ GXP External BearingGear: Shimano HG50 9spd (12-25t)Rims: Shimano R550Brakes: Tektro Dual Pivotgpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED ge62cmXLargeColor: Carbon/Orange8/17/05, 11:19:13 AM

mMD/LG59cmLarge62cmXLargeGrand PrixFrame: Atomic 13 Aluminum,Integrated HeadtubeFork: Easton EA70 Carbonw/Alloy Steer tubeShifter: Shimano Tiagra 9spdFront Derailleur: Shimano TiagraRear Derailleur: Shimano 105Cranks: Truvativ Touro PowerSpline Road 30/42/52tBottom Bracket: Truvativ Power Spline CartridgeGear: Shimano HG50 9spd (12-25t)Rims: Alex DC-19 w/CNC SidewallsBrakes: Tektro Dual PivotColor: Yellow/Black2006p.14SizeSupercourseFrame: Atomic 13 R Aluminum,Carbon Seat StaysFork: Easton EC70 Carbonw/Alloy Steer TubeShifter: Shimano 105 9spdFront Derailleur: Shimano 105Rear Derailleur: Shimano UltegraCranks: Truvativ Elita A1 GXPCompact 36/50tBottom Bracket: Truvativ GXP external bearingGear: Shimano HG50 9spd (12-25t)Rims: Alex DC-19 w/CNC SidewallBrakes: Tektro Dual Pivotgpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 59cmLarge62cmXLargeColor: Blue/Black8/3/05, 5:48:35 PM

cmLarge62cmXLargeGrand SportFrame: Atomic 13 Aluminum,Zero stack headtubeFork: Carbon Composite w/Alloy steererShifter: Shimano Sora 8spdFront Derailleur: Shimano 2200Rear Derailleur: Shimano TiagraCranks: Truvativ Touro Road 30/42/52tBottom Bracket: Sealed CartridgeGear: Shimano HG50 8spd (12-25t)Rims: Alex DA-16 Double wallBrakes: Tektro Dual PivotColor: Pearl White/Black2006p.15SportFrame: 6061 Aluminumw/replaceable hangerFork: Chromoly RoadShifter: Shimano Sora 8spdFront Derailleur: Shimano 2200Rear Derailleur: Shimano 2200Cranks: Truvativ ISO Flow Road 30/42/52tBottom Bracket: Sealed CartridgeGear: SRAM PG-830 8spd (12-26t)Rims: Alex DA-16 Double wallBrakes: Tektro Dual Pivotgpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED Large62cmXLargeColor: Red/Black8/17/05, 11:19:44 AM

Track/Single SpeedCombining single speed simplicity, retro style, and a touch of urban attitude,the Raleigh Rush Hour model brings old school cool to the streets.The Rush Hour model offers the discriminating cyclist a great lookingclassic steel Track-style bike at a surprisingly affordable price.p.17Enjoy the Ride.-Marymoor Velodrome, Redmond.gpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 178/17/05, 11:20:14 AM

9cmLargeRush HourFrame: Chromoly DoubleButted Track, CNC drop outsFork: Chromoly TrackCranks: Truvativ Touro Track 48tBottom Bracket: Sealed CartridgeGear: 16t Freewheel, 15t Fixed cogHubs: Sealed Bearing Hi-FlangeFixed/Freewheel RearRims: Alex DC-19 w/CNC SideBrakes: Tektro Dual PivotColor: Steel Gray2006p.18gpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 188/3/05, 6:02:16 PM

Raleigh America, working in partnership withSRAM bicycle components (www.sram.com) andthe Marymoor Velodrome Association, recentlyhelped replace the aging fleet of training andrental bicycles at the Group Health MarymoorVelodrome in Redmond, Washington, with 35Raleigh Rush Hour track bikes. Raleigh has a longhistory and a winning heritage in track racing, withhighlights including multiple British and WorldChampionships won by Sir Reg Harris in the 1940’sand 1950’s.The Marymoor Velodrome Association(www.marymoor.velodrome.org) managescompetition programs at the Group HealthVelodrome and offers track riding classesfor all ability levels, including instruction intrack techniques, group riding skills, and bikehandling. The Raleigh Rush Hour bicycles areavailable as rentals for use in classes andamateur racing programs.Title sponsor Group Health Cooperative(www.ghc.org) is based in Seattle and is aconsumer-governed, nonprofit health care system.Group Health signed on as a title sponsor of theMarymoor Velodrome in 2004 as a function oftheir campaign to promote cycling as part of ahealthy lifestyle.2006p.19gpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 198/17/05, 11:20:40 AM

Flat Bar RoadFast, versatile and fun, Flat Bar Road bikes from Raleigh America areperfect for fitness and event rides, commuting and light duty touring.Lightweight and responsive, these bikes excel in city, countryand suburban settings.p.21Enjoy the Ride.-Ferry: Bainbridge Island to Seattle.gpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 218/17/05, 11:21:10 AM

Flat Bar RoadSize47cmXX Small50cmX Small53cmSmall56cmMedium59cmLarge62cmX LargeRoute 66Frame: Atomic 13 R Double Butted AluminumFork: Carbon CrossShifter: Shimano R440 9spdFront Derailleur: Shimano R443 FBRear Derailleur: Shimano 105Cranks: Truvativ Touro 30/42/52tBottom Bracket: Truvativ Sealed CartridgeGear: Shimano HG50 9spd (12-25t)Rims: Alex DC-19 w/CNC SidewallBrakes: Shimano M420 V-brakeColor: Dark Silver2006p.22When visitors arrive in the Seattle area one of the most interesting and unique elements of the city becomesimmediately clear: there’s water everywhere! One of the greatest benefits of this watery layout is the variety ofbike rides that can take advantage of the Washington State Ferry System (www.wsdot.wa.gov/ferries).This unique transportation resource presents cyclists with limitless options for exploration, exercise,and relaxation on some of the area’s most scenic back roads, winding through the region’s many historic towns.Cyclists get priority loading and offloading privileges on Washington State Ferries, boarding before cars areallowed on and disembarking first as well. After relaxing on a scenic boat ride, one can ride and take in the sightsat any number of cycling-friendly destinations, including Whidbey and Bainbridge Islands, Anacortes, and theSan Juan Islands. The diversity of these destinations, combined with a tourist-friendly atmosphere, creates anideal environment for hard-core cyclists and the credit card tourists alike.gpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 228/17/05, 11:21:23 AM

Flat Bar RoadSize47cmXX Small50cmX Small53cmSmall56cmMedium59cmLarge62cmX LargeRoute 24Frame: Atomic 13 R Double Butted Aluminum,w/Disc compatible rack mountsFork: CRMO Cross w/Disc TabsShifter: Shimano R220/223 8spdFront Derailleur: Shimano R443A FBRear Derailleur: Shimano TiagraCranks: Truvativ ISO Flow Road 30/42/52tBottom Bracket: Truvativ Sealed CartridgeGear: Shimano HG50 8spd (12-25t)Rims: Alex DC-19Brakes: Hayes HMX-2 discColor: Silvergold2006p.23SizeRoute 1Frame: Atomic 13 R Double Butted AluminumFork: CRMO CrossShifter: Shimano R220/223 8spdFront Derailleur: Shimano R443A FBRear Derailleur: Shimano 2200Cranks: Truvativ ISO Flow Road 30/42/52tBottom Bracket: Truvativ Sealed CartridgeGear: Shimano HG50 8spd (12-25t)Rims: Alex DC-19 w/Ground SidewallBrakes: Tektro Alloy V-brakegpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 2347cmXX Small50cmX Small53cmSmall56cmMedium59cmLarge62cmX LargeColor: Navy Blue8/17/05, 11:21:39 AM

HybridA great combination of simplicity, speed and comfort, a Hybrid bike from RaleighAmerica will allow you to cruise faster and farther than you ever thought possible.Lightweight aluminum frames and comfort enhancing features like Avenir gripsand saddles make these bikes a recreational riders dream.p.25Enjoy the Ride.-Fremont Bridge, Fremont.gpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 258/17/05, 11:22:12 AM

ge23”XLargeW16”MediumPassage 5.0Frame: Atomic 13 SL ButtedAluminum, Zero Stack headtube,Disc compatible rack mountsFork: SR NEX-4000, 63mm Travel,w/Preload AdjustShifter: Shimano EZ-Fire-29 8spdFront Derailleur: Shimano C50Rear Derailleur: Shimano AlivioCranks: Shimano TX-71 28/38/48tBottom Bracket: Sealed CartridgeGear: SRAM PG-850 8spd (11-30t)Rims: Weinmann AC-19 DW 32hBrakes: Hayes HMX-2 disc2006Custom Rack Available fromyour local Raleigh Dealer.p.26gpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 268/17/05, 11:22:26 AM

HybridColor: Pearl White/White2006p.27A number of organizations use Seattle’s welldeveloped trail system to promote cycling aspart of a happy and healthy lifestyle. One suchorganization is Team Survivor Northwest (TSNW)(www.teamsurvivornw.org), a Seattle-based cancersurvivor’s support network. Team Survivor’s missionis: To provide a broad range of fitness and healtheducation programs to enable women cancersurvivors, in any stage of treatment or recovery andat any fitness level, to take an active role in theirongoing physical and emotional healing.TSNW was founded in 1995 by Dr. Julie Gralow,a Seattle oncologist, and Lisa Talbott, who wereworking with cancer survivors training for theDanskin Triathlon. Dr. Gralow observed that herathletes derived a great benefit both physicallyand psychologically from their training. In thefall of 2004 Raleigh America donated a fleet ofC200 bikes to TSNW to help expand their alreadypopular cycling program. The bikes are housed andmaintained by local dealer Recycled Cycles, whoseclose proximity to both the TSNW headquartersand the Burke Gilman bike trail makes the store aperfect starting point for group rides.gpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 278/17/05, 11:22:39 AM

ge23”XLargeW16”MediumPassage 4.0Frame: Atomic 13 Aluminum,w/replaceable hanger, Cross geometryFork: SR NEX-4000, 63mm Travel,w/Preload AdjustShifter: Shimano EZ-Fire-29 8spdFront Derailleur: Shimano C50Rear Derailleur: Shimano AceraCranks: Shimano TX-71 28/38/48tBottom Bracket: Sealed CartridgeGear: Shimano 8spd MegaRange (11-34t)Rims: Alex R1000 36hBrakes: Tektro Alloy V-brakew/power modulatorColor: Blue/Silver2006Color: Silver/AmberColor:Dark Teal/Silverp.28Color: Silver/Ambergpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 288/3/05, 5:55:08 PM

ge23”XLargeW16”MediumPassage 3.0Frame: Atomic 13 Aluminum,w/replaceable hanger, Cross geometryFork: SR NEX-4000, 63mm Travel,w/Preload AdjustShifter: Shimano Revo 7spdFront Derailleur: Shimano TourneyRear Derailleur: Shimano TX-50Cranks: SR Suntour XCC100 28/38/48tBottom Bracket: Sealed CartridgeGear: Shimano 7spd MegaRange (14-34t)Rims: Alex R1000 36hBrakes: Tektro Alloy V-brakew/power modulatorColor: Black2006Color: Red/WhiteColor: Red/Whitep.29Color: Silver/Lavendergpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 298/17/05, 11:23:23 AM

Full SuspensionThe critically acclaimed Raleigh Phase line is expanded for 2006.These versatile trail bikes are perfect for all day epic rides and with threemodels to choose from, there’s a Phase bike to fit the budget andperformance requirements of every rider.p.31Enjoy the Ride.-Preston Railroad Trail, Tiger Mountain.gpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 318/3/05, 5:50:04 PM

Full SuspensionSize17”Small18”Medium20”LargePhase IIFrame: Atomic 13 R Double ButtedAluminum, 4-5” TravelRear Shock: Manitou Swinger 3-Way w/SPVFork: Manitou Minute 4 SPVw/IT Travel Adj. 120mm TravelShifter: SRAM X-7 trigger 9spdFront Derailleur: SRAM X-GenRear Derailleur: SRAM X-9Cranks: Truvativ Stylo GXP 22/32/44tBottom Bracket: Truvativ GXP External BearingGear: SRAM PG-970 9spd (11-34t)Rims: Mavic Cross RideBrakes: Hayes HFX-9 Carbon 7” RotorsColor: SilverColor: Steel Grey2006p.32Seattle is renowned for its die-hard core of commuters and road cyclists, but the area has no shortage of opportunityfor those who like to put rubber on dirt from time to time. One signature Seattle area ride is the East Tiger Mountaintrail system, a 20-mile network just a short drive from downtown Seattle. One of the most popular mountain bikingareas in the region, Tiger Mountain offers diverse trail riding from buffed single track to rocky, rooted technicalsections and lung-busting climbs. Due to the area’s moist climate, the trails are subject to seasonal closures fromOctober 15 to April 15, but the numerous fire roads are open all year long.The Tiger Mountain trails are kept open and maintained largely due to the efforts of Seattle’s Backcountry BicycleTrails Club (BBTC) (www.bbtc.org). A regular sight on the trail, BBTC work parties have rebuilt much of the TigerMountain network, armoring key sub-surface areas with rock so the trails drain better during rains and are highlyresistant to wear. BBTC crews are continually working on projects including replanting vegetation, clearing drainages,and repairing damaged sections of the trail. The next time you’re in town reaping the fruits of their labor, make sure toextend your gratitude to crews that you pass on the trail. Better yet, grab a shovel and pitch in!gpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 328/17/05, 11:25:24 AM

Full SuspensionSize17”Small18”Medium20”LargePhase IFrame: Atomic 13 R Double ButtedAluminum, 4-5” TravelRear Shock: Manitou Radium Rw/Platform PlusFork: Manitou Black PlatniumAir w/IT Travel Adj, 120mmShifter: SRAM X-7 trigger 9spdFront Derailleur: SRAM X-GenRear Derailleur: SRAM X-7Cranks: Truvativ Fire X GXP 22/32/44tBottom Bracket: Truvativ GXP External BearingGear: SRAM PG-950 9spd (11-34t)Rims: WTB Speed Disc 32hBrakes: Hayes HFX-9 7” RotorsColor: Red2006p.33PhaseFrame: Atomic 13 R Double ButtedAluminum, 4-5” TravelRear Shock: Spinner SUS RFork: Spinner Edge 3, 120mm travelShifter: SRAM SX4 8spdFront Derailleur: SRAM 3.0Rear Derailleur: SRAM SX-4Cranks: Truvativ Blaze Power Spline 22/32/42tBottom Bracket: Truvativ PowersplineGear: SRAM PG-830 8spd (11-32t)Rims: Weinmann AC-19 DW 32hBrakes: Promax DSK-320 discgpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 33Size17”Small18”Medium20”LargeColor: Blue8/3/05, 5:51:46 PM

HybridA great combination of simplicity, speed and comfort, a Hybrid bike from RaleighAmerica will allow you to cruise faster and farther than you ever thought possible.Lightweight aluminum frames and comfort enhancing features like Avenir gripsand saddles make these bikes a recreational riders dream.p.25Enjoy the Ride.-Fremont Bridge, Fremont.gpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 258/17/05, 11:25:57 AM

arge22”XLargeMojave 8.0Frame: Atomic 13 SL Butted Aluminumw/Hydroformed GussetFork: Manitou Trace Comp 80mm travelw/Preload AdjustShifter: Deore 9spdFront Derailleur: Shimano DeoreRear Derailleur: Shimano LXCranks: Truvativ Blaze Power Spline 22/32/44tBottom Bracket: Truvativ Power SplineGear: SRAM PG-950 9spd (11-34t)Rims: Alex DM-21 double wallBrakes: Hayes HMX-2 discColor: Nickel2006p.36Here’s a news flash, there’s a pro level team riding top-of-the line Raleigh bicycles at NORBA national, endurance,and road racing events. Team Biogen-Idec is comprised of NORBA professionals Kathy Sherwin, Eric Jones, BartGillespie, Sally Warner, Lisa Peck and Sue Abbene. Top level amateurs Linde Smith, Roger Gillespie, and TiffanyPezzulo complete the roster. In addition to a full racing schedule, the athletes travel extensively throughout the US,participating in fundraising rides and various speaking engagements for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.Biogen-Idec is an advanced biotechnology company that produces Avonex , a leading medication that inhibits theprogression of Multiple Sclerosis (MS), a debilitating disease affecting the central nervous system. Two of the BiogenIdec athletes have been diagnosed with MS and are courageous role models, continuously overcoming the symptomsof the disease to pursue competitive cycling. Additional team athletes were chosen based on their ability, character,and willingness to help raise public awareness about MS.Sally Warner won the 2004 Master’s World Mountain BIke Championship on a Raleigh Team Talus frameset equippedwith components from co-sponsors SRAM, Rockshox, Truvativ, Magura, Michelin, and American Classic.To follow the team’s progress, visit www.teambiogenidec.com, or www.raleighamerica.com.gpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 368/17/05, 11:26:10 AM

arge22”XLargeMojave 5.5Frame: Atomic 13 AluminumFork: Mantiou Trace Comp 80mm Travelw/Preload AdjustShifter: Alivio 8spdFront Derailleur: Shimano AceraRear Derailleur: Shimano DeoreCranks: Truvativ Blaze 22/32/42tBottom Bracket: Sealed CartridgeGear: SRAM PG-830 8spd (11-32t)Rims: Weinmann AC-19 DW 32hBrakes: Tektro Alloy V-brakeColor: Black2006p.37Mojave 5.0Frame: Atomic 13 AluminumFork: SR XCT 75mm Travelw/Preload AdjustShifter: Alivio 8spdFront Derailleur: Shimano AceraRear Derailleur: Shimano AlivioCranks: Truvativ ISO Flow 22/32/42tBottom Bracket: Sealed CartridgeGear: SRAM PG-830 8spd (11-30t)Rims: Weinmann AC-19 DW 32hBrakes: Hayes HMX-2 discgpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED ”XLargeColor: Yellow8/17/05, 11:26:23 AM

arge22”XLargeW16”MediumMojave 4.5Frame: Atomic 13 AluminumFork: SR XCT 75mm Travelw/Preload AdjustShifter: Shimano EZ-Fire-29 8spdFront Derailleur: Shimano C50Rear Derailleur: Shimano AceraCranks: SR Suntour XCC150 24/34/42tBottom Bracket: Sealed CartridgeGear: Shimano HG40 8spd (11-32t)Rims: Weinmann AC-19 DW 32hBrakes: Tektro Alloy V-brakeColor: Blue2006p.38Color: Pinkgpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 388/17/05, 11:26:40 AM

arge22”XLargeW16”MediumMojave 4.0Frame: Atomic 13 AluminumFork: SR XCT 75mm Travelw/Preload AdjustShifter: Shimano EZ-Fire-29 7spdFront Derailleur: Shimano C50Rear Derailleur: Shimano AltusCranks: SR Suntour XCC150 24/34/42tBottom Bracket: Sealed CartridgeGear: SR Suntour Power Flow (11-30t)Rims: Weinmann AC-19 DW 32hBrakes: Promax DSK-320 disc2006Color: Burnt Orange/Silverp.39gpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 398/17/05, 11:26:58 AM

Medium20”Large22”XLargeMojave 2.0Frame: Atomic 13 Aluminumw/replaceable hangerFork: SR M2000 63mm TravelShifter: Shimano EZ-Fire-29 7spdFront Derailleur: Shimano TourneyRear Derailleur: Shimano TX-30Cranks: Shimano TY33 28/38/48tBottom Bracket: Sealed Mech 8pcsGear: Shimano 7spd TZ07 (14-28t)Rims: Alex R1000 36hBrakes: Tektro Alloy V-brakeColor: Red2006p.40Color: Silver/Blackgpf 06.R.FULL.catalog.FIXED 408/17/05, 11:27:09 AM

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Shifter: Shimano Dura Ace Front Derailleur: Shimano Dura Ace Rear Derailleur: Shimano Dura Ace Cranks: Shimano Dura Ace, 39/53t Bottom Bracket: Shimano Dura Ace External Bearing Gear: Shimano Ultegra 10spd (11-23t) Rims: Mavic Ksyrium SL Brakes: Shimano Dura Ace Team Size 50cm XSmall 53cm Small 55cm SM/MD 57cm MD/LG 59cm Large 62cm XLarge Road