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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Ragley Blue Pig. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
14 reasons to buy
- The Ragley Blue Pig is a versatile hardtail mountain bike. Experts found it capable of tackling downhill runs, enduro courses and flowy cross-country trails.
- Wide 780mm - 800mm bars (depending on frame size), offer riders stability on the Ragley Blue Pig.
- The long chainstays on the Blue Pig provide riders with a controlled, supple ride.
- The bike’s frame utilizes a seat tube tower strut and down tube gusset to reduce the impact felt on harsh terrain.
- A RockShox Yari RC 150mm fork smooths out one’s ride over rock gardens and other rough trail obstacles, on the Ragley Blue Pig.
- Experts agree that the bike's Shimano drivetrain shifts smoothly between all 12 gears.
- The Blue Pig uses large rotors on Shimano brakes, allowing riders the ability to brake on-demand.
- A 150mm - 170mm dropper seat post (depending on the size of the bike), pleased test riders.
- Riders agree that Ragley's own-brand saddle is comfortable, on the Blue Pig.
- The bike's chromoly steel frame is extremely durable.
- Maxxis Minion tires are included on the bike. These provide riders with excellent traction on most trails.
- Experts were pleased that the Ragley Blue Pig comes with a 5-year warranty.
- The geometry of the bike offers riders a capable climbing position.
- The bike has chain guide tabs that keep the chain in place when riding trails.
4 reasons not to buy
- The 50mm stem felt long to several experts. They would have preferred a 35mm - 40mm stem for a snappier ride.
- Some testers found that the 74° seat tube angle was slack when climbing. A steeper seat tube angle would allow riders to better weight the bike on climbs.
- The bike is expensive for a steel hardtail, according to some experts.
- Long chainstays reduce the bike's agility. Testers suggest sizing down for a more playful ride.