Velonews Rides the Rail

Velonews First Ride: Revel Rail

“But the Rail is surprisingly nimble on climbs anyway. It fits well in the trend of long travel bikes that have found footing on climbs thanks in large part to anti-squat capabilities in rear suspension design. The CBF suspension here limits bob under heavy pedaling loads, so you won’t get too bogged down on the way up.”

Full Article Here Shreds on the Rascal Revel Rascal Review

“Packing big hit performance in a relatively small package, the Rascal isn’t an ultra light trail bike. But if you like to take your time on the climbs, blitz the descents, and want something smaller than a full blown enduro bike that still offers big bike confidence, the Rascal is absolutely worth a look.”

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First Ride: Mountain Flyer Magazine

Mountain Flyer rides the Rascal

“It’s easy to click with the Rascal’s geometry (especially on Sedona’s technical terrain), and the CBF-based linkage offers stability for climbing and cornering and feels surprisingly bottomless on demanding terrain.”

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Rascal in Germany!

Enduro MTB Mag Rides the Rascal

“The suspension effortlessly smoothes out the roughest chunks of trail and is able to generate a lot of grip together with the proven MAXXIS Minion tires. Despite its maneuverability, the Rascal remains composed at higher speeds and provides a lot of rider confidence.”

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Pinkbike reviews the Rail!

First Ride Review Revel Rail

The team at Revel is onto something and whatever sorcery they’ve done with the Rail makes it a really unique ride. Just looking at the bike in person, it’s clear that a high level of thought, design, and care went into the construction of the Rail.

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