2020 Ragley Full Range | Who likes colourful hardtails?

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After a successful reboot of the range last year, Ragley are back with another no-nonsense range of bikes for 2020, each receiving just subtle tweaks to the build to keep them up to date. And some fantastic new colour schemes.

All the mountain bikes now roll on Maxxis EXO+ Tubeless Ready tyres, and all bikes have tubeless tape installed and valves supplied in the box. The XL size bikes also benefit from a 170mm dropper post where one is fitted.

If gravel is your thing the good news is the Trig bikes get a brand new all carbon fork with masses of tyre clearance and extra mounts for loading up on your next adventure.

There are also two new additions to the line-up – The Blue Pig Race and Big Wig Race complete bikes.

2020 Ragley Big Wig and NEW Big Wig Race

The Big Wig remains the big-wheeled, big brother of the Ragley range. Long, low, slack and now there’s two build options.

New for 2020 is the Big Wig Race. Travel is bumped up to 150mm thanks to the RockShox Lyrik fork and Shimano takes care of gearing and stopping with the new SLX 12-speed drivetrain and 4-pot brakes.

Big Wig Race complete bike – £2,199.99
Big Wig complete bike – £1,799.99
Big Wig frame only – £549.99

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2020 Ragley Blue Pig and NEW Blue Pig Race

The Blue Pig has long been a favourite for hardcore hardtail lovers. Ride it in the woods, on your local singletrack, or in the mountains, the Blue Pig will take it all in its stride and longs to be ridden hard and fast. Offering the same modern geometry benefits as some of its boutique brand peers but at a more affordable price.

The new Blue Pig Race spec includes a RockShox Lyrik, Shimano SLX 12-speed gearing and 4-pot brakes. This bike has been built to take you straight to the start line of your local enduro race.

Blue Pig Race complete bike – £2,199.99
Blue Pig complete bike – £1,799.99
Blue Pig frame only – £549.99

2020 Ragley Piglet

Same-but-different to the Blue Pig, the Piglet is built around a shorter travel fork and designed to be a little more responsive on the trails its possibly the perfect all-rounder. To hear how much of an impact this bike could have on your life, click here.

The 2020 bike gets a wider range cassette thanks to the SRAM NX Eagle groupset, and the Sun Ringlé Duroc wheels shod in 2.6” Maxxis Minions front and back offer loads of grip in any situation.

Piglet complete bike – £1,799.99
Piglet frame only – £549.99

2020 Ragley Big Al

The Big Al is proof that with the right geometry even an affordable alloy framed bike can be an absolute hoot to ride. It shouldn’t be a surprise considering it shares the same geometry as the steel Big Wig. Built around a lighter alloy frame with a carefully curated selection of components to give the most bang for your buck.

This year Shimano handles the stopping duties and the cassette grows to an 11-46t option making getting back to the top of the hill a breeze.

Big Al complete bike – £999.99
Big Al frame only – £299.99

2020 Ragley Mmmbop

The Mmmbop is the Blue Pig’s alloy framed counterpart and shares the same wheel size, fork travel and geometry. It has the same hard-hitting character but a lighter alloy frame and cost sensitive build.

This year the 150mm travel is provided by a RockShox Sektor and the wider range cassette of the SRAM SX groupset means the Mmmbop can keep up with the best of them.

Mmmbop complete bike – £1,299.99
Mmmbop frame only – £299.99

2020 Ragley Marley 1.0 and 2.0

With massive 2.6” Maxxis Minion tyres and the wheels set up ready for tubeless out of the box, not much has changed for the Marley, but if it ain’t broke…

Marley 1.0 complete bike – £1,299.99
Marley 2.0 complete bike – £999.99
Marley frame only – £299.99

2020 Ragley Trig Adventure & Trig Gravel

Whether you need a bike to get you to the middle of nowhere, or nowhere in particular, the Trig is as versatile as they come. A modern gravel bike in every sense, just choose your preferred wheel size and head outside.

2020 gets the Trig a massive upgrade with a full carbon fork complete with multiple cage and rack mounts.

Trig Adventure complete bike – £1,499.99
Trig Gravel complete bike – £1,199.99
Trig frameset – £599.99


So there’s 11 new Ragley bikes there. Votes are open for how many our in-house Ragely fangirl will buy to go with her Big Wig.

Amanda Wishart

Singletrack Art Director

When Amanda arrived at Singletrack she had only been riding for a couple of years, but having already ticked off a healthy list of uplifts and races including Megavalanche, we didn’t see any problems with her keeping up. Previously serving 11 years in a publishing house, she was keen to continue her art and design career without being tied to a desk, and has progressed as both a rider and a designer from all the fresh air Calderdale offers.

She began mountain biking to keep herself occupied out of snowboard season, but bikes have since taken over as the preferred sport. It’s not a hobby - it’s a lifestyle, and the impact riding has had on Amanda’s life is more than just how she chooses to spend her weekends. Relocating to Calderdale, giving up driving, being more eco aware are all either directly or loosely related to the sport and the future of it.

Her love of bikes isn’t for the adrenalin rush, the exercise, achieving goals or even the travelling, it’s mostly about the people she meets along the way. She’s our in-house tree hugger and is interested in any earth positive products and vegan trail snacks.

Comments (3)

    Is it wrong to buy a bike just because of the colour!?
    (Big Wig Race)

    I thought I was going to buy the Nukeproof Scout Race but I’ll have to take a serious look at the Big Al now!

    I’m liking the 10mm of extra fork and the extra degree of seat angle. Oh and the colour is 🙂

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