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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on Raleigh Tokul. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
12 reasons to buy
- This bike is lauded by almost every owner and expert, for being incomparable in quality - to other bikes in its price range.
- The color scheme and restrained graphics of the Tokul appealed to costumers.
- Experts described this bike as an accomplished climber.
- The Tokul engaged riders with its contemporary, aggressive and slack geometry.
- The SR Suntour shock, featuring lockout, impressed with its tunability and operation.
- Hydraulic Disc Brakes proved to be a boon at this price-point.
- Experts have put the Tokul through bunny-hops, dirt-jumps, drops and backflips, without concern.
- Plus-size tires proved good for shock-absorbance and rolling resistance.
- The quality of components was high at this price-point, including Tektro Brakes and FSA Headset.
- A 1x Shimano drivetrain was described as a reliable, modern and low-maintenance addition.
- 15mm thru-axles were praised for their stiffness.
- Experts extolled the Tokul’s cornering ability. The ride was otherwise found to be stable, comfortable, and smooth.
7 reasons not to buy
- Some riders found that the 120mm shocks can bottom out on the big stuff.
- The Tokul 1 experienced a fair amount of chainslap.
- This was found to be a bit of a heavy rig for some riders.
- 740mm bars were considered a bit narrow by modern standards.
- For one expert and some users putting the Tokul under brutal treatment, the crank arm bent.
- Pedals were often described as cheap.
- Some owners did not recommend using the Tokul 1 on trails. Higher models performed well, however.
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