Raleigh Bicycles

Raleigh Bicycles

Since 1972 The Pedal has proudly offered Raleigh bicycles. Raleigh, which has always been high in value and quality, has one of the most complete product lines in the industry. Always a favorite, Raleigh's youth bikes have been appreciated for their style and durability. Raleigh really corners the market on adult performance, hybrid and comfort models in price, weight, and ride.

Haro Bicycles

Haro Bicycles

Haro was founded in 1980 by Bob Haro, who is called “The Father of Freestyle” due to his early skills of radical trick riding performances. He used these skills to develop innovative top-of-the-line BMX and Freestyle bikes and accessories for the most demanding riders. This attention to detail and innovation has kept Haro the most sought after bicycle in the sport. This same business philosophy has been applied to Haro’s exclusive line of beach cruisers that are second to none.

Cannondale Bicycles

Cannondale Bicycles

Cannondale, founded in 1971, started as a bicycle accessory manufacturer with the industry’s first bicycle trailer. Soon afterwards they developed and made an extensive line of specialty products for bicycle touring including bags, tents and apparel. In 1983 Cannondale revolutionized the industry introducing bicycles built with hand made, heat treated aluminum frames that were lighter and better performing than traditional steel frames. Cannondale has been the undisputed leader in breakthrough innovations such as the Hollowgram crankset, the Headshok and the Lefty front suspension forks just to name a few. Cannondale has continued a long tradition of reinvesting in technology that has kept them at the leading edge of the market.

Specialized

Specialized

At Specialized, building bikes isn’t a job...it’s a passion. Since its beginning in 1974, founder and majority owner Mike Sinyard and his employees still feel this passion. In 1976 Specialized produced the first performance touring tire and to this day offer some of the very best bicycle tires available. In 1981 they introduced the StumpJumper, the first mountain bike sold to the general public. This bike truly started the “mountain bike craze” and was such a breakthrough that an original model is on display in the Smithsonian. Since then, they continue to live up to their motto “Innovate or Die.” Today Specialized is one of the largest makers of high end bicycles and is a leading innovator in the bicycle industry offering state of the art road racing and mountain bikes, as well as a complete line of recreational and commuter models. Their youth bicycles are the lightest and most advanced available. This innovation continues with a diverse accessory product line including helmets, wheels, cycling computers, and apparel. Specialized, in conjunction with medical doctor and ergonomic designer Roger Minkow, MD, has done extensive research to create the Body Geometry products including bicycle saddles, gloves, shoes and padded cycling shorts to make cycling not only more comfortable, but safer.