Born to be spontaneous. Grab a helmet, skip the traffic jam and turn your mornings into an adventure with one of our ladies’ bikes – a foolproof antidote to boredom. From classic vintage models to trail-ready hybrids, we’ve got everything you need to live life on two wheels.
Whether you’re a city-bound commuter or a weekend explorer, our range of Raleigh women’s bikes has got you covered. Ride in enviable urban style with the Strada, or go gorgeously retro with the Willow. For ultimate vintage vibes, we’ve affixed a dreamy wicker basket to some of our classic models, giving you ample room for baguettes, flowers, and maybe a small dog. Need a bike you stash away when you get home? Opt for one of our nifty folding bikes – perfect for storing in tiny flats, shoe cupboards or car boots.
With a robust, lightweight aluminium frame and a wide range of colours, we’ve got something to suit every taste – and every budget. Even better, all our women’s bikes are now available with 0% APR, interest-free finance, so you can spread the cost of your new wheels into affordable monthly payments.Learn More
Each women's bike has been designed using lightweight materials with steel and aluminium frames to ensure optimal performance and comfort during your ride, whether you are using your bike primarily for transportation, or for riding along trails, they are powerful and durable. You’ll get a smooth ride on trails, roads and paths. The range also includes bikes with several gears and front suspension to tackle steep hills and rough terrain.
Some of our most stylish ladies bikes are equipped with features like the classic wicker basket and traditional bike bell on our classic bike range and come in a variety of colours. We also have low step bikes that are easy to gracefully mount and dismount.
From your nearest Raleigh stockist, pick up your new ride using our click and collect service, or take us up on our free home delivery. Check out our bike knowledge articles for more information on choosing and looking after your bike and see our cycling advice articles for guidance for getting the most out of it.