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Click on the images below to see  fantastic Raleigh catlogues from the 1970s. Check out the groovy bike wear!

All three catalogues here date from the around the 1974-76 period. The American catalogue contains no Carlton badged cycles, as they were sold under the Raleigh name. The Carlton name was relagated to fork decals or seat tube decals.

American catalogue from mid 1970s. 203mm x 253mm

The top of the range Team Professional - all Campag groupset

The Professional Mk IV - for the serious enthusiast

A Raleigh catalogue from 1974, ever tried cycling in platforms? 210mm x 297mm

This young chap cant get lost with his map and Trusty Continental. Note the 'Imichrome' graphics

The keenly priced Equipe and Kermesse professional models

The top of the range Criteruim in the enthusiasts range

From the comparable Raleigh range - the Flyer and the Rapide

More Carlton pictures from 30 years ago - click here