Raleigh's Talus 4.0 is ready to take you off-road in awesome style. This sleek steed is made from lightweight aluminum and sports an SR Suntour XCT suspension fork with 80mm of travel for trail-conquering fun. Plus, this singletrack-ready bike boasts a precision-shifting Shimano drivetrain with 24 gears that let you breeze up steep grades and cruise on the flats. What's more, the choice wheels make pedaling easy, while the knobby tires grip great and the Tektro disc brakes deliver awesome stopping power and control for the descents.
|Frame||Raleigh 6061-butted aluminum|
|Fork||SR Suntour XCT, 80mm-travel|
|Rims/Wheels||Weinmann XM260, double wall|
|Tires||26 x 1.95|
|Crankset||SR SunTour XCT|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano Altus|
|Rear Cogs||Shimano, 8-speed: 11-32|
|Brakes||Tektro Novela mechanical-disc, 6-inch rotors|
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This bike is a great beginner/intermediate trail rider. I literally bought it and hit awesome [...] trails. On streets or bike paths I can keep up with the best of em. I am an avid warm weather rider and my first year I rode this bike at least 70 miles. Because I ride hard and a lot the front suspension naturally needs an update. If your not riding trails that are technical then you'll be fine.
I bought this bike for my self and I think it's one of the best bikes I have had in a while. All components of the bike feel great; shifters, brakes, tires, etc. My only complaint about this bike would be the seat. Not that it's uncomfortable but the fact that the screw which is supposed to hold the seat at the correct angle and position keeps loosening up and I have to carry an allen wrench everywhere I go. Went back to the store and they said "you can buy a new seat holder".
This bike is worth twice the price
good bike if you are a light rider i rode this for 4 weeks and went off of 4 to 5 foot drops and broke the bike good for light riding