Royce Union RGF

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36.3 lbs
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Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Royce Union RGF. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

4 reasons to buy

  • RGF fans loved the bike’s tight steering.
  • Two buyers found that the RGF was a good basis for an electric conversion.
  • Some riders felt that the 36.3lb RGF was lightweight and easy to carry.
  • Approving owners felt that the RGF represented great bang for one’s buck.

3 reasons not to buy

  • A number of buyers were frustrated by their toes hitting the front wheel.
  • Some buyers felt the RGF was overpriced.
  • Two taller riders found the handlebar height and reach to be awkward.

Bottom line

Some riders were pleased with the sharp handling of this bike. Others found this same characteristic resulted in their feet hitting the front wheel as it turned. In promotional material, the RGF makes much of being a lightweight bike. At 36.3lbs, this is difficult to understand. Nevertheless, a few customer reviews did describe satisfaction with the bike’s weight. Some buyers described the RGF as representing good value, others said it was overpriced. There are lighter, steel-framed, name-brand gravel bikes available in this price range.

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User Ratings

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