Raleigh Bicycles Expands Get Out & Ride Consumer Rebate Program

Raleigh offers $50 rebate on select aluminum bike purchases from April-May and extends $100 rebate on select carbon bikes.
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KENT, Wash. —
Riding season is here, which means it’s time to stop thinking about getting a new bike and just do it. Starting now, Raleigh Bicycles is issuing a $50 prepaid rebate card to all consumers who purchase a select Raleigh alloy bike now through May 31, 2013.

Raleigh has also extended their carbon bike rebate program that was announced in February. The program, which was scheduled to run through March, will now run through the end of May.

“By helping make it easier to purchase a new bike, Raleigh hopes to encourage more cyclists to get on the saddle this season,” said Matt Millen, Marketing and Communications Manager at Raleigh Bicycles. “Ultimately, our goal is to grow the sport and say ‘thank you’ to our loyal customers and dealers.”

Eligible aluminum bikes in the $50 rebate program include: bikes in the performance Revenio and Capri endurance road series, fitness bikes in the Cadent and Alysa series, the RX bikes in the cyclocross series, the hardtail 29er mountain bikes in the Talus 29 and Eva 29 series, and the versatile Misceo and Mesika series of urban/trail bikes.

Eligible carbon bikes in the $100 rebate program include: three road race-ready steeds in the Militis series, bikes in the high-performance Revenio and Capri Carbon endurance race series, the singletrack, all-terrain rocket  Talus 29 Carbon, and the professional cyclocross-proven RXC Pro and Pro Disc.

“This is the perfect time to save on our aluminum and carbon bikes and maximize your fun on the trails and around town this year,” said Millen.

Find a participating Raleigh Bicycles dealer near you today.

For more about Raleigh Bicycles, please visit: www.RaleighUSA.com.

About Raleigh Bicycles:
With more than a century of cycling heritage under its wheels, Raleigh Bicycles is one of the most well-respected bicycle brands in the world. Raleigh offers a broad spectrum of bicycles including road, mountain, cyclocross, and commuter for all ages and abilities. Raleigh focuses on supporting the commuter, the family and local cycling, and partners with numerous non-profits around the U.S. each year to help grow the sport, including Ride2Recovery. Raleigh also sponsors Raleigh UK and Raleigh/Clement competitive cycling teams. The Raleigh brand possesses a rich history of producing quality bicycles and remains a leader in the industry. For more information about Raleigh, please visit: www.RaleighUSA.com and www.facebook.com/RaleighBicycles.

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