• http://doohickie.blogspot.com Doohickie

    I <3 old Raleighs. Very nice.

  • http://oldtenspeedgallery.com/owner-submitted/alex Alex K.

    I love old raleighs. They are awesome, and so crude at the same time.

    • http://oldtenspeedgallery.com The Ten-Speed Dreamer


      By “crude” do you mean “fart joke crude” or “stone tools crude”? 🙂

      Just curious.

  • Hugh

    Old Raleigh`s Rock! And I mean as in Rock and Roll (pun intentional)

  • http://doohickie.blogspot.com Doohickie

    I took it as stone tools.

    Raleigh started building bikes in the 19th Century and liked sticking with the old, trusted ways.

    I have an old Raleigh roadster that weighs in at 52 pounds, but gawd, what a cool bike to ride.

  • Matthew

    That picture makes me so nostalgic! I have an identical grey Raleigh Record in my shed in Australia. I bought it new in 1976… what a blast from the past.
    Thanks John C.

  • Andrew

    Very nicely restored old Raleigh. I liked the caption as well. Great sense of humor!

  • http://oldtenspeedgallery.com Gary Clifford

    I just bought a Raleigh Record at a swap meet.Appears to be mid 70″s. It looks like Walter E”s in picture above. white/orange trim.It needs 2 wheels ,tires , and seat post ,seat.It says made in Republic of Ireland.
    Could anyone help me identify the year?? thanks Gary from Sacto Calif

  • Chrissy

    I just grabbed an old Raleigh Record Frame. It’s a 1971. Any idea what size the original tires were? THANKS!

  • Michelle

    I saw your picture of 1972 gray raleigh record with 10 speed. SAME as My father’s 1971 gray Raleigh Record 10 speed!! I still have it with me in garage for 40 years. My dad’s vintage Raleigh record look brand new! NEVER scratch or rust at all!! this is 1971… very rare All REAL original bicycle.. Never replace tires ever since 1971. you image that?