Saturday, March 6, 2010

Raleigh Alley Way

The Raleigh AlleyWay is a new for 2010 model that features a belt drive, Alfine shifters, disc brakes, matching chainguard and fenders and a leather saddle. The retail price is expected to be $1425.

Here are a couple early reviews:

Ecovelo: AlleyWay road test


Bicycle Times: Alley Way minireview


Specs:

Frame: Reynold 520 Butted Chromo w/CNC Dropouts.
Fork: 4130 Chromo Cross w/Disc Mounts.
Headset: Integrated cartridge bearings.
Crankset: 2pc Forged w/External BB and Gates Belt Drive Chain.
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Tiagra.
Shifters: Shimano Alfine.
Cog: Gates Belt Drive 24t.
Brakes: Shimano BR-M416 Disc.
Color: Graphite.
Sizes: 50cm,53cm,56cm,59cm

If you've taken one for a test ride, or you bought one, let us know about it in the comments.

3 comments:

red-bike said...

seems quite comparable with the charge mixer bike ...

Johann Rissik said...

Matching chain guard? That Gates belt will rear up and strike you down, you blasphemous one!

JOHN said...

Alley Way defines city style durable bike.It has leatherwrapped grips and Brooks saddle with the gray-green color of the steel frame and fenders. It has disc brakes and a Lezyne pump attached to the down tube.bikes for sale