New for 2020, UK-based Ragley’s Trig—the only gravel bike in the company’s MTB-heavy lineup—has seen some welcome updates that make it a competitive offering in the entry level all-road market. The new builds are sporting the same 4130 Chromoly frame from last year’s launch, but they now feature a carbon fork with three-pack mounts, and the wheels come taped for tubeless, valves included. Clearance for 700 x 40mm or 27.5 × 2.1” tires remains the same. The Trig is offered in a Gravel build (£1,199.99), Adventure build (£1,499.99), or as a frameset (£599.99). All options include Ragley’s five-year warranty and lifetime crash replacement.
Ragley Trig Frame Highlights
- Angles: 70° Headtube, 74° Seattube
- Chainstay: 425mm
- Bottom Bracket: 68mm BSA
- Hub Specs: 12×100 TA (front), 12x142mm TA (rear)
- Max Tire Size: 700c x 40mm / 27.5 x 2.1″
- Frame Sizes: S (19”), M (20”), L (21.5”), XL (23”)
2020 Ragley Trig Gravel Build
Priced at just £1,199.99 (~$1,560), the Trig looks to be Ragley’s answer to bikes like the Salsa Journeyman and Cannondale Topstone. That amount gets you a steel frame and carbon fork with a fairly sensible 2x drivetrain, 700c wheels, and mechanical disc brakes. Note that Ragley seems to have missed the mark on the ultra-wide gravel bar trend, speccing the Trig Gravel build with 420 or 440mm bars, depending on frame size.
2020 Ragley Trig Adventure Build
As the higher-end build option, the Trig Adventure is priced at £1,499.99 (~$1,950) and comes specced with a 1x SRAM Rival drivetrain, hydraulic disc brakes, and 650B wheels. As with the Gravel build, it has 420 or 440mm Ragley 6061 Alloy handlebars, depending on frame size.
According to our contact at Ragley, stock should be available at their distributor within 4-5 weeks and will be on dealer floors shortly after that. Find additional details, geometry charts, dealers, and photos over at RagleyBikes.com.
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