Ragley Bigwig – Yes or No?
Hmmm. I love my BluePig X but wouldn’t fancy losing any handling/manouvrability for throwing into corners and such, but I wouldn’t be surprised if the Bigwig climbed better (HA, tyre contact patch etc).
I’m not enthused about the standard QR dropout or the bridged seatstay but a longer tube needs a bit more support.
I’d be keen to try one but imagine it to be more trail than the hooligan my BPX feels like; which is exactly what a lot of people are after! I reckon it’ll be popular as long as Ragley doesn’t drop the ball with quality control.
Real reviews and tests needed!Posted 4 years agoplushhillMember
Got two wigs, a pig and a piglet to build next week, initial impressions is that the frames are much nicer finished than last year. As a cheaper alternative to a TransAm29 or a Buzzard it looks like a winner.Posted 4 years agoMrTallMember
Si, Have you checked that a Hans Dampf will fit on the front?
The Reba’s are not the most spacious fork and the Hans tyres are meant to be ma-hoosive?
A 2.4 Ardent wouldn’t fit on my Reba teams. The new Revs have a few mm’s extra clearance so everything fits a bit better.Posted 4 years ago
I can’t link to them from this tablet but I’ve just posted some on my Flickr account if you search for shropshiresi you should find them 🙂
First impressions are its a nicely finished frame, paint seems good quality, only ridden it around the carpark so far as not had chance to get out so will post back when I’ve done so. I’ll see how the 120mm fork goes for a while but will consider getting a set of the Crc Revs whilst they are cheap to keep as spares, then unspace (new word !) them to 140 😀Posted 4 years ago
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