Raleigh Introduces the Roker Carbon All Road Disc Bike Apr 18, 2015

Raleigh's Roker Carbon All Road Disc Bike

The carbon disc “all road” market is already pretty full, yet Raleigh found a way to elbow their way through the crowd with the Roker. At the Sea Otter Classic, they unveiled this new machine. The Roker is basedd off the Tamland geometry, with a slightly longer wheelbase, lower bottom bracket and new features like a third bottle cage mount, thru-axles and internal routing.

To further increase versatility, it has hidden fender mounts on the inside of the stays and comes competitively priced with a Tiagra build kit coming in around $3,000 or Ultegra for around $4,000.

This is literally straight from the factory, so expect more details to follow. Check out more photos below!

Raleigh's Roker Carbon All Road Disc Bike

Raleigh's Roker Carbon All Road Disc Bike

Raleigh's Roker Carbon All Road Disc Bike

Raleigh's Roker Carbon All Road Disc Bike

Raleigh's Roker Carbon All Road Disc Bike

Raleigh's Roker Carbon All Road Disc Bike

Raleigh's Roker Carbon All Road Disc Bike

Raleigh's Roker Carbon All Road Disc Bike

  • Dobry

    This looks really great. Raleigh has been all up in this segment.

    Just as importantly, I like this naming convention. Brick TAMLAND, WILLARD Scott, Al ROKER; I guess if you don’t need a weatherman to tell you which way the wind blows, you do need one to take you on an all-road, all-weather adventure. It would be interesting to see, albeit too polarizing, for them to start using names from the Weather Underground when they run out of famous TV Weathermen.

  • Thrasher

    Stoked on this!

  • mick470

    Could get used to this