Rossignol All Track R-Duro

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Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Rossignol All Track R-Duro. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

10 reasons to buy

  • The Rossignol All Track R-Duro offers a plush ride over trails, with 170mm travel in the rear and 170mm travel in the RockShox Yari RC fork.
  • Users found the bike climbed efficiently with minimal pedal bob.
  • 27.5" 'plus' wheels with 2.8” Schwalbe Nobby Nic EVO tires provide riders with stability and traction over off-road trails.
  • Shimano hydraulic disc brakes and large rotors provide riders with ample stopping power.
  • The SRAM drivetrain is dependable and riders found the bike shifted smoothly.
  • The KS dropper post is reliable and works smoothly on the All Track R-Duro
  • Users were pleased to find the price of the bike to be affordable.
  • The components of the All Track R-Duro are quality, for an entry-level bike such as this.
  • Users found the bike is playful over jumps.
  • The bike can fit 29” wheels and tires, in addition to the 27.5+ setup it comes with.

3 reasons not to buy

  • The bike is specced with a press-fit bottom bracket. This is harder to maintain than a threaded bottom bracket and can develop noise over time.
  • One user noted that it was hard to acquire a replacement derailleur for the bike when it became damaged.
  • Users agree the gear range is limited on the All Track R-Duro. They suggest swapping the cassette out for one with a larger gear range to improve the bike's climbing abilities.

Bottom line

The Rossignol All Track R-Duro is an entry-level enduro bike. It comes set up with 27.5+ tires and wheels but it can utilize a 29” setup. The bike has 170mm of travel in the rear and a fork, offering 170mm of travel. This provides riders with comfort on descents and over rough terrain. The bike is specced with reliable components, though one user noted a replacement derailleur is hard to locate. The bike has a press-fit bottom bracket. Many consider threaded bottom brackets to be easier to maintain and quieter and would have preferred this specification.

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User Ratings

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