After looking around for a couple of months we finally found this stowaway for my daughter courtney, did have an 8 hour round trip to collect it but it was well worth the journey.As soon as I got it home and gave it a clean up Courtney was straight out on it along southsea seafront and has done so numerous times since then. To finish it off we are looking for a front carrier/basket and the stowaway decal from the frame as that was missing when we bought it.
If you think you have a great photo for our front page, post them in the Gallery with some info about your R-20. Happy snapping!
At one stage, the "Twenty" was Raleigh's biggest seller. Raleigh's survival through the cycling slump of the 1970's can be largely attributed to the Twenty and varient models. It was also sold under many of Raleigh's captive brand names such as Triumph, Sun, Hercules and BSA. It was also sold as the "Supercycle Twenty" in Canada. It was also built to a unique design by Morrison Industries in New Zealand.