Throughout the Bike Boom era, the Super Course was the least expensive Raleigh model to feature aluminum rims. It was also the least expensive model to use standard British tread dimensions, rather than the Raleigh proprietary threading used on bikes built at the Nottingham factory.
These are quite nice bikes, often suitable for upgrading to modern parts.
The main triangle of the frame was straight-gauge Reynolds 531.
From the 1968 catalogue:
From the 1970 catalogue:
From the 1976 catalog:
From the 1977 catalog:
Tom Forhan's Periodic Table of the Raleigh Super Course