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Raleigh Sojourn Touring Bike - 2009

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If you've got epic trips in mind, or even more modest commutes, the Raleigh Sojourn Touring bike is ready to carry you and comes complete with rack, fenders, pump and a Brooks saddle!

  • Reynolds 520 steel frame offers smooth handling and strength under heavy loads; spoke holder and pump peg complement the classic touring design
  • Shimano drivetrain offers smooth shifting through 27 gears designed to get you and your equipment up and over mountain passes and across the flatlands
  • Avid BB5 Road mechanical disc brakes ensure powerful braking power in even the worst conditions
  • Tough double-walled rims and puncture-resistant Vittoria Randonneur Cross tires have the durability needed to log long miles
  • Classic Brooks B17 aged leather saddle offers legendary comfort and performance
  • Making an already sweet package all that much better, the Sojourn comes with a rear rack, SKS fenders, bell and Lezyne Pressure Drive pump
  • No fancy shoes required—platform pedals with toe clips accommodate many casual shoes
  • Specs are subject to change

After its initial break-in period you might notice your bicycle performing less responsively than the day you brought it home. Not to worry, this is typical of all new bicycles and simply reflects that cables have stretched or their housings have seated themselves into final position. To keep running at peak performance, all REI bicycles come with a FREE warranty tune-up, which should be accomplished between the first 100-200 miles of riding or after the first two months if you're accumulating miles less quickly. Contact your nearest REI bike shop for details and an appointment for this important service.


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Raleigh Sojourn Touring Bike - 2009 Specs
Best use
Road cycling
Reynolds 520 steel
4130 steel
Shimano FC-R453 Octalink, 50/39/30
Shimano Octalink
Shimano Dura-Ace Bar End
Shimano Tiagra
Shimano Deore
SRAM PG-950, 11-34, 9-speed
Avid BB5 Road
Tektro R200 Aero Road
Freedom CTX 2.3 Trekking Double Wall
Joytech Disc, 32h
Joytech Disc, 32h
Vittoria Randonneur Cross, 700 x 35
WTB Mtn Drop
Alloy 3D
Alloy microadjustable
Brooks B17 Aged
Wellgo M21
KMC Z9000
Bottom bracket
Front derailleur
Rear derailleur
Rear cogs
Number of gears
Brake levers
Front hub
Rear hub
Seat post

Raleigh Sojourn Touring Bike - 2009

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