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    First time buying vintage Raleigh

    Saw this bike somewhere and got the specs, anyone know what it is worth?

    Raleigh.jpg
    Size 21", stand over height 31.5", top tube 21.5" will fits person 5'7" or taller
    It is made of 6013-76 Heat Treated Aluminum, light weight
    12 speeds with Shimano down tube shifter and rear derailleur, it shifts all gears perfectly
    27" ARAYA japan made rims with 27 1/8 NEW Bontrager tires and new tubes
    Wheels are true and straight and has seal bearing hubs
    Quick release on both wheels
    Brakes are Weinmann and works good
    Very nice Japan made paddle, toe clips included if you like it
    All parts are good quality original components except the new tires, tubes and saddle
    Saddle bag, spare tube, tire lever, tube patch kit and bottle cage are included in the bike

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    That photo is useless. Blown up it is still grainy. Also, need to see the components up close. Should be a name right on the top tube.
    Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving. Albert Einstein
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    I Did The "Hokey-Pokey", It Turned Me Around

    Is This a Raleigh Super Tourer?


    EDIT:
    Forget the link's title (above), and use this one, instead: "Two-Step Raleigh Identification Procedure"
    Last edited by JBHoren; 03-17-14 at 08:37 AM. Reason: Pathetic attempt to undo undue confusion

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBHoren View Post
    No, the fork is wrong per the link you posted.
    Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving. Albert Einstein
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    Quote Originally Posted by oddjob2 View Post
    No, the fork is wrong per the link you posted.
    Perhaps I should have just reposted the contend of the linked post, rather than only the link... or, changed the title. The danger of shortcuts. My point was the two-step identification process. Thanks for the gentle pointer.

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    Sorry the bike's model is the Raleigh Technium 460. Asking price was $250.

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