With its unpainted (but clear coated) frame, internally geared hub, and integrated bar/stem, Raleigh’s classy Tripper commuter clearly takes inspiration from NAHBS machines- but at a far more accessible $900 (complete).  Check out the cool details after the break!

The integrated bar/stem blends nicely with the integrated headset.
That's an Alfine Nexus 3sp hub with a hydraulic cable disc brake on the far side. Note the rack & fender mounts. Should you break a spoke on the way to the pub, chainstay-mounted spares have you covered.


Full-bike photos at trade shows are notoriously difficult. Here's a studio shot for y'all.



  1. Saw this bike at a shop last week. The bar/stem/headset combo looks cool, but if it doesn’t fit you, it’s 3 pieces you have to replace… Not sure how practical that is.

    On the other hand, the nested spare spokes double as chain-slap protection if you decide to run the bike with a rear derailleur – cool.

  2. I like the idea of this, the furley and roper (which share the frame) too, but this color combo is very ugly. That’s too bad.

  3. Not a hipster but love the fact you can see the brace work… The welder have to do a proper job because it’s visible…

What do you think?