Revel Bikes is launching a new short-travel bike designed for endurance racing and general high-speed trail hijinks. The Ranger features a 120mm fork with 115mm of travel served up by the company’s CBF suspension system. Keep reading for all the details.
Revel Ranger Highlights
- 120mm front / 115mm rear travel
- Full carbon frame
- 67.5-degree head tube angle
- 75.3-degree seat tube angle
- Complete bike pricing: $4,999 – $9,999
- Frame pricing: $2,799
- Available for pre-order now
- Estimated delivery date in mid to late July
- For more information visit: https://www.revelbikes.com/
According to the team at Revel Bikes, while they love the Rascal, the company’s short-travel 29er trail bike, they wanted something a bit lighter and faster. To that end, the Ranger was designed for riders who enjoy the ups as well as the downs. Revel claims the Ranger’s carbon frame is a pound lighter than the Rascal and is equally suited to cross-country racing and general trail riding.
The Ranger is loaded with smart frame features. The frame has full tube-in-tube routing to make brake and shift line installation quick and easy. A threaded bottom bracket is another feature riders and mechanics are sure to appreciate. The downtube has mounts inside the frame and underneath for a pair of water bottles. Revel also included a third set of bosses on the downtube near the head tube junction to let rider carry essential repair items within easy reach.
Revel Ranger Geometry
The Ranger has 115mm of rear travel, 120mm up front, and 29-inch wheels. The geometry is in-line with other aggressive cross-country bikes. The Ranger’s head angle is 67.5-degrees with a 75.3-degree seat angle.
Revel Ranger Pricing And Availability
The Ranger is available now for pre-order with expected delivery dates in mid to late July for the frameset and three complete bike builds. As for colors, the Ranger is offered in “Johnny Green Jeans” as well as “De La Coal.”