Ready to rip, Raleigh’s Tokul 4130 delights in aggressive trail riding. This one is built to take it all, and take it fast. A playful 4130 chromoly frame has the durability and smoothness you want when tackling sections of gnarly trail, and the RockShox Yari RC fork has the high-tech squish to stifle rocks and drops. The wide 27.5-inch wheels combine awesome rolling momentum with flickable fun, whiel the plush 2.8-inch-wide Kenda Havoc tires give you traction for days. The slack geometry lets you blast through downhills with new-found confidence, and a super-rugged SRAM NX 1 x 11-speed drivetrain with TRP brakes are more than up to the task of conquering your adrenaline-fueled adventures. The boost rear spacing provides extra stiffness and stability, while the Raleigh completes this sweet trail machine with an array of tough, comfortable components. Hop aboard and let it rip!
|Frame||4130 butted-chromoly w/CNC dropouts, 12×148 boost thru-axle rear|
|Fork||RockShox Yari RC, 27.5+, Lock out, 130mm|
|Rims/Wheels||Weinmann U50, 27.5+, 32h, 50mm wide|
|Tires||Kenda Havoc 27.5x2.8|
|Rear Derailleur||SRAM NX|
|Rear Cogs||SRAM NX, 11-speed; 11-42t|
|Shifters||SRAM NX trigger|
|Handlebars||Raleigh 200, riser bar|
|Brake Levers||Shimano 506, 1-Finger Hydraulic|
|Brakes||TRP Slate T4, 180mm Rotors|
|Saddle||Raleigh Mountain Saddle, 140mm wide|
|Seatpost||Raleigh 2014 Alloy Dual Bolt 27.2x350mm|
* Subject to change without notice.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Vendor Number|
|Gray / Medium||00791964535133||14-17-3041||ANA-14-17-3041|
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This bike is pretty much awesome. I didn't think I would ever spend more than 600-700 on a bike until I tried downhill and trail riding on various terrain. I'm a heavier rider and wanted a strong bike. The 4130 steel frame has a springy feel compared to my aluminum bike and the Fox 34 front does not sag. I weigh 260ish and this bike is perfect. I'm about 5'-10" and went with the medium frame which for me is just right having long arms but some people at 5-10 may want the large frame - it's a toss up. The 27.5" tire gives you tons of torque for the corners and uphill battle. I had never rolled through a rock garden before but even with the solid rear it handles better than I thought. The only thing it needs for downhill is a dropper seat post. All in all the bike is very stout with solid components and at about 28lbs light enough for most uses. I've only got about 50-60 miles on it but don't see my view changing. The big brakes get the job done when you need to stop it stops! No vibration or awkward feelings up front when rolling over any terrain on or off trail. Very nice stuff. The supplied peddles are good too.