Raleigh Bikes Tokul 2 MD/17

November 28, 2019 - Comment

The Raleigh Tikal 2 loves to play in Rooty, rocky trails and take you through lines you never thought possible. With slightly relaxed geometry, the Tikal 2 offers a forgiving ride that helps you build skills and progress to more difficult trails. A simple 1×9 Shimano drivetrain, 100mm travel fork, and powerful hydraulic disc brakes

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(as of January 16, 2020 7:27 pm EST - Details)

The Raleigh Tikal 2 loves to play in Rooty, rocky trails and take you through lines you never thought possible. With slightly relaxed geometry, the Tikal 2 offers a forgiving ride that helps you build skills and progress to more difficult trails. A simple 1×9 Shimano drivetrain, 100mm travel fork, and powerful hydraulic disc brakes keep you rolling over tough terrain. The Weismann U28 27. 5” wheels and Vie Rubber Crown Gem 27. 5×2. 25” tires provide plenty of grip. If you prefer the efficiency and low maintenance of a hardtail bike without rear suspension, you’ll find a good balance of stability and quick handling in the Tikal 2.

Product Features

  • Aluminum frame is lightweight and durable
  • SR Sun tour XCM HLO suspension fork offers 100mm of travel to soak up bumps
  • Shimano MT200 hydraulic disc brakes for excellent stopping power
  • Shimano Altus shifters offer 9 gears for simplicity and lower weight
  • Vie Rubber Crown Gem 27. 5×2. 25″ tires feature aggressive center knobs for traction and taller side knobs for cornering control

Comments

Anonymous says:

Great entry level MTB Really great bike, I got one used in very good condition, looks like it has never been ridden. Rides great and is an all around good entry level hard tail. It was missing 2 hex bolts for the handlebars but I got some at a hardware store for 1$, no big deal. Pretty easy to assembly and had all the tools I needed aside from one 3/16 Alan key. I’m 6’1” and about 190 the large frame works for me, could have have XL but it’s not available through amazon, large is great, coming from a BMX background…

Anonymous says:

Still enjoying my MT bike I love this bike, I ride at lest 4 to 5 days a week. Nothing supper long these days I am up in the years, perfect bike for park trails. Great to get started on service for you have to put the bike together. I ride this bike more than my more expensive MT bike for I feel that I can take it anywhere. Right now it is in the back of my truck we are going out for a morning ride in the rain. Got to love the Northwest. It might not be right for serious competition, but it keeps my Cardio doctor…

Anonymous says:

Could use a few upgrades For the price pretty good bike, took to a shop for assembly, like 80$. Front fork has full adjustment and lock out. Pedals are pretty cheap feeling and breaks arent the best from the get go. It’s the same bike as the diamond back line, with hydraulic breaks, which are easily a one finger break, tires are nice , dont recommend goin tubeless though, had issues with the rim leaking where the joint is. Over all solid for the money and a few upgrades. Been on this for almost a year now, front fork…

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