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Do I really need my classic Raleigh Tourist?

Old 05-02-19, 09:30 PM
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Originally Posted by Random Tandem View Post
I love to see all the pix of Raleigh Tourists - I am so envious of the quadrant shifters on agmetal's. Also, interesting to note that sometimes the gear cable runs along the top tube and sometimes on the downtube.

Julius: where are the pix of the ride that inspired this thread?

-Will
I love the quadrant shifters...there's something fantastically visceral about how they feel to shift...plus it really serves to help make the 2014 bike look older than it is!
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