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McDonald’s has recently launched their highly successful Golden Chances Monopoly promotion, of which Raleigh will be participating in for the second time.


Until 28th April 2015, when you buy any promotional item from McDonald’s, you’ll find a Game Piece on the packaging. Peel it off to reveal your Golden Chances Monopoly game Stickers. There are three different ways to win the millions of prizes on offer; Instant Win, Collect to Win, and Online Cash Win.

The lucky winners could win a Raleigh bike or other prizes including £100,000 cash, Mini Coopers, Samsung Galaxy Tablets, European Holidays and McDonald’s Food Prizes.

Full details of the competition can be found in participating McDonald’s restaurants, or online at www.mcdonalds.co.uk/monopoly

‘This has previously been a highly successful partnership for us which our statistics have proven and we are delighted to be participating in the McDonald’s Monopoly promotion once again’ Mark Gouldthorp, MD Raleigh UK


Team Raleigh GAC have been invited to race alongside some of the biggest teams in the world including Team Sky, BMC Racing Team and Team Giant-Alpecin in the inaugural Tour de Yorkshire which takes place from 1st to 3rd May 2015.

Team Raleigh GAC jersey

Team principal, Cherie Pridham, said: “I am delighted that Team Raleigh GAC will be part of what I’m sure will be a fantastic event. “We saw how the British public came out to support last year’s Grand Depart in Yorkshire, I’m sure that we will see similar scenes this year and I would like to thank the organisers for giving us the chance to be part of that.

To follow all the latest news and results from Team Raleigh GAC go to www.teamraleighgac.com


Team Raleigh captain Ian Wilkinson unveiled his new Militis Team carbon bike to Cycling Weekly at the recent Eddie Soens race, in which he sprinted to a well deserved podium place.


Resplendent in its new striking colour scheme of red, yellow and black, that gives a modern twist to the famous colourways of the dominant TI Raleigh squad of the 80’s this new styling matches perfectly with the retro styled team kit launched last year.

The team bike features the latest Sram Red 22 groupset, Cole carbon wheels, Schwalbe ONE tubular tyres and finishing kit from FSA, Fizik and Elite with Wilkinson’s bike featuring the new Fizik Aliante saddle.


Further details of the team bikes will be launched later in the year by Raleigh UK

Follow the teams results and progress this season at http://www.teamraleighgac.com/



Rising British Triathlon star Sophie Coldwell enters into her second year of support from Raleigh.


Sophie aged 20 and living close by the Raleigh offices in Nottingham is a member of the British Triathlon World Class Podium Potential Squad. After a fantastic season in 2014 Sophie is looking forward to another good year ahead with the distant target of the Rio Olympics in her sights.

Raleigh have supplied Sophie with the latest top of the range Militis Team, this lightning quick carbon frame comes equipped with Sram Red 22 groupset and Cole carbon wheels a bike also ridden by Team Raleigh to great successes on the road.


Further details on the bike Sophie will be using can be found at, http://www.raleigh.co.uk/ProductType/ProductRange/Product/Default.aspx?pc=1&pt=14&pg=10718


Long distance cycling specialist Steve Abraham set off on an epic journey on 1st January 2015 to break a long standing record of 75,000 ridden in a year held since 1939 by the late Tommy Godwin.

Raleigh along with other iconic British cycling brands have chosen to sponsor Steve on his epic adventure just like they did with Tommy over 76 years ago.

steve a

Steve’s progress to date is awe inspiring having totalled over 15,500 miles which now puts him over 2500 miles ahead of the record, his daily progress can be tracked on Strava or on his website http://oneyeartimetrial.org.uk/

The bike Steve chose to ride was a Raleigh Sojourn touring bike, as a long standing Audax rider, comfort, lightweight and reliability where high on his list of priorities, but this bike also offers a modern twist with its fitment of disk brakes something which Steve has taken to because of their robust nature and the simple fact is he doesn’t wear out the rims as you would with standard brakes.

You can read the full article about the bike on the Road CC report http://road.cc/content/news/143511-steven-abraham%E2%80%99s-raleigh-sojourn-year-record-bike

For further information about Tommy Godwin go to his website http://www.tommygodwin.com/

Please join us in wishing Steve continued success with the record as we move into lighter nights and warmer weather

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