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Sold: Raleigh International 62cm (24.5") 10-speed bicycle

Note: This bicycle is sold: Raleigh International 62cm (24.5") 10-speed bicycle.

We believe this lovely bike has less than 50 miles on it. It still has the original tubular tires. This Raleigh was part of owner Michael Wolfe's private bicycle collection. Space limitations forced Mr. Wolfe to reluctantly deaccession this prized member of his holdings.

  • This bike was made in 1970 or 1971.
  • It is all-Campagnolo Nuovo Record with the exception of the Weinmann centerpull brakes.
  • 170mm crank arms
  • It is made with Reynolds 531 double-butted tubing throughout, joined with chromed Nervex lugs.
  • Dropouts are Campangolo.
  • Seat stays are semi-wraparound.
  • Half-chromed stays and fork blades, chrome head lugs.
  • Brooks Professional saddle, GB stem
  • AVA tubular rims
  • Campagnolo alloy toe clips mounted to Campagnolo alloy black pedals with Binda Extra toe straps.

Raleigh International

The relaxed geometry and generous fork rake make this a fabulous light-touring bike. The flat fork crown contributes to the front-end comfort.

Raleigh International

The frame is built with generous clearances for fenders. Dropouts have eyelets for racks and/or fenders.

Raleigh International

From the front. Carlton lever hoods on Weinmann levers equipped with quick-releases.

Raleigh International

Another view of the front end.

Raleigh International

Flat fork crown for a more comfortable rider (the blades are longer) mated to a Campagnolo headset.

Weinmann brakes

Weinmann centerpull brakes, nicely finished and excellent stoppers.

Raleigh International bicycle

The painted upper portion of the fork blades transitions to chrome plating.

Raleigh International

Rear brake bridge with the obligatory tire saver.

Campagnolo rear derailleur

The classic, a Campagnolo Nuovo Record rear derailleur. Judging by the date stamp, this is a replacement, given that the bike was made in '70 or '71.

Brooks Pro saddle

A Brooks Professional saddle, of course.

Raleigh International bicycle

Campagnolo pedals, Campagnolo alloy toe clips and Binda Extra reinforced/laminated toe straps.

Campagnolo pedals

Another view. Note that this is an older set of pedals with the toe-strap loop as part of the cage. Sweet.

Campagnolo pedal

The bottom of one of the Campagnolo pedals. It hasn't been scraped while attempting to pedal through a corner.

CArolton brake lever hoods

The Weinmann brake levers with their integral quick-release tabs are fitted with rare Carlton brake lever hoods. And rarest of all, it has the original Raleigh handlebar wrap.

Raleigh International bicycle

Polished GB bar and stem

Raleigh International bicycle

Here's a rarity, Campagnolo shift levers with an integral umbrella pump clip.

Raleigh International bicycle

Here are the shift levers without the pump

Silca Imper Pump

And it is equipped with a classic Silca Impero Pump.

Campagnolo steel pump head

The Silca Impero pump has a steel Campagnolo pump head.

Campagnolo steel pump head

Another view of the Campagnolo pump head.

Raleigh International bicycle

Here's the underside of the bottom bracket shell showing the serial number.

Raleigh International

Another view of the BB. You can see how beautifully finished the Campagnolo crank arm spider is.