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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Ragley Piglet. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
11 reasons to buy
- The Ragley Piglet has a quality triple-butted Chromoly steel frame.
- A threaded bottom bracket is easy to maintain on the bike.
- Ragley includes chain guide tabs to help stabilize the chain through rough terrain on the Piglet.
- The SRAM NX drivetrain gives riders a wide gear range for tackling steep climbs on the trail.
- Maxxis Minion DHR/DHF tires provide excellent traction to riders in wet and dry conditions on the Piglet.
- The bike comes tubeless-ready. Running tubeless tires allows riders the ability to run lower tire pressures, reducing the impact felt on rough trails.
- Experts found the 130mm RockShox Revelation fork dampened trail chatter and impacts over trail obstacles.
- This hardtail bike fits in the budget of many riders looking for a mountain bike. It is not extremely expensive.
- The hydraulic disc brakes are extremely responsive on the Piglet.
- Aggressive geometry and a stiff frame make the Piglet an efficient climber.
- The Brand-X dropper post has internal routing. Users found this dropper worked well.
3 reasons not to buy
- The low stance of the bike limits the Ragley Piglet’s descending ability. Upgrading to higher rise bars would allow riders to descend with greater confidence.
- The 27.5" tires on the Ragley Piglet do not smooth out trail chatter as well as a 29" setup would, according to experts.
- Riders found the long 50mm stem and low bars were not comfortable at slower cruising speeds.