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    Our Mustangs live on diet of tarmac, pot holes, mud and gravel

    • The Gravel Road geometry of our aluminium frame keeps you comfortable during a long day in the saddle
    • A longer wheelbase and lower bottom bracket height produce excellent handling when traveling over uneven ground at speed
    • An all-carbon fork with tapered steerer helps to absorb vibrations while keeping the front end of the bike light and stiff with smooth handling. Thru axles give extra assurance when pushing your bike to it's limits and ensure that the disc rotor is always in the correct position
    • SRAM's 11 Speed 1X Rival groupset offers simple, reliable and silent shifting. SRAM’s X-Sync technology keeps the chain tight at all times and stops the chain from ‘slapping’ the frame when on rough ground. With no front derailleur it is almost impossible for the chain to come off and with a massive range of gears; 1X will keep you spinning on any terrain
    • SRAM's Rival Hydraulic brakes offer incredible power and modulation in any conditions. Responsive lever feel helps you push your bike to its limits – but not beyond
    • Schwalbe’s premium Gravel 1 Tyres have been developed to roll very fast on tarmac and offer top level grip and puncture protection when the terrain starts to break up
    • American Classic TCX Tubeless rims are fast, light and durable. They are ready to convert to a tubeless setup giving you even greater protection against pinch punctures

    The Raleigh Mustang Comp 2016 Features are:

    Frame: AL6061 double butted alloy, thru axle, tapered headtube, Gravel geometry

    Fork: Gravel specific all-carbon fork with tapered alloy steerer and 15mm thru axle

    Headset: FSA

    Bars: RSP+

    Stem: RSP+ alloy aheadset

    Speed: 11

    Front Mech: N/A

    Rear Mech: SRAM Rival x1 long cage

    Shifters SRAM Rival x1

    Chainset: SRAM S350 1X 44T - Crank Length 170mm 52-54cm, 172.5mm 56 - 58cm, 175mm 60 - 62cm

    Bottom Bracket: SRAM GXP

    Cassette: SRAM 10-42 Cassette

    Chain: SRAM X11

    Front Brake: SRAM Rival Hydraulic Disc (HRD)

    Rear Brake: SRAM Rival Hydraulic Disc (HRD)

    Rims: American Classic TCX Tubeless

    Tyres: Schwalbe G1 folding 700x35c Front Schwalbe G1 folding 700x35c Rear

    Seatpost: RSP+ carbon micro adjust

    Pedals: Road Cage


  • Raleigh Mustang Comp 2016 - Road Bike Reviews

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    Overall Rating:
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    5.00
    Build Quality
    5.00
    Performance
    5
    Value For Money
    5.00

    Customer Reviews (1)

    5
    My first dropbar bike.

    Been riding bmx up until I was 11 then Mtb from 18 onwards. I'm 43 now and fitness and adventure more important now than shredding and getting sick. The new gravel trend has come just at the right time for me. Started a few years ago and now toned with bumps iron out and standards settling. Did a lot of research before I decided on this bike, brief test raided a few but the mustang just 'felt right' The bike ticked all my future proof boxes as well. 1. Bolt through hubs both ends 2. Hydro brakes 3.1x11 gears 3. Reasonably long,low and slack. 4. Decent wheel set with sealed bearings. Any other spec is cheap enough to change when it wears out. The bike seams well thought out (guitar ted advised raleigh on the geometry/build/spec, google him,,,, he's a nice chap:) the size/geometry suits me just fine , I'm 5'11 /32 inside leg), no issues at all with fit. Components are good for me coming from Mtb background. The scram 1x11 performers real good and is very user friendly compare to shimano so 2x11 (even though I am a long term shimano user) the American Classic tcx wheelset/schwable G1 seem real good spec for the price of the bike and perform well. Tyres grip well on mixed terrain ( not clay mud though,,,, had bit of a crash ;) and the wheels/tyres are tubeless ready with pre-installed tubeless tape,,,, I will be attempting to run them tubeless soon but see no problems after reading reviews on both products. The wheels are sealed cartridge bearing hubs so pretty much fit and forget with minimal maintanence and when they do eventually die should be easy enough to pop out and fit new. Spokes feel like they are double butted and although thicker (heavier?) than what I'm used to on my Mtb I do not see this as a negative. The gears are easy to use, the double click for low and single click for high is real easy to get used to. The rear mech seams to have a pre installed clutch to stop chain slap/loss and comes with a nice little locking mechanism which helps when removing the rear wheel.............. Ahhhhh,,,, removing the rear wheel,,,,,, what a faf that was. I did a lot of swearing trying to remove the wheel it seems the tollarence between the dropouts and the brake calipers is a matter of 1mm. You need to rotate the wheel so the 'groove' on the brake disc lines up with the leading edge of the caliper before it will allow enough space for the wheel to be removed.... Very annoying...... It seems nobody in the world of 'bike review world' has picked up on this and it would have been nice to know in the 'totally out of date' Raleigh instruction book preside guide??????? When the frame is out of warranty I will be modding the drop out to allow the wheel to be removed as normal. The contact points all seem nice, bar tape is grippy when wet and nice and thick to help combat trail chatter, seat is likeable straight away, coming from a Mtb background the bars will be swapped for something wider (specced bars look to be 44mm) and with a bit of flare. Raleigh Seat post is carbon (nice touch, helps with chatter) and Raleigh RSP bars and stem seem nice shape, reasonably light and look smart with the stealth graphics. All in all I'm really happy with this bike, my first dropbar stead that will serve me well as my riding changes due to my age and my interest in trying a bit of this bikepacking malarkey I hope to do as I get older and boring 😀😀

    Been riding bmx up until I was 11 then Mtb from 18 onwards. I'm 43 now and fitness and adventure more important now than shredding and getting sick. The new gravel trend has come just at the right time for me. Started a few years ago and now toned with bumps iron out and standards settling. Did a lot of research before I decided on this bike, brief test raided a few but the mustang just 'felt right' The bike ticked all my future proof boxes as well. 1. Bolt through hubs both ends 2. Hydro brakes 3.1x11 gears 3. Reasonably long,low and slack. 4. Decent wheel set with sealed bearings. Any other spec is cheap enough to change when it wears out. The bike seams well thought out (guitar ted advised raleigh on the geometry/build/spec, google him,,,, he's a nice chap:) the size/geometry suits me just fine , I'm 5'11 /32 inside leg), no issues at all with fit. Components are good for me coming from Mtb background. The scram 1x11 performers real good and is very user friendly compare to shimano so 2x11 (even though I am a long term shimano user) the American Classic tcx wheelset/schwable G1 seem real good spec for the price of the bike and perform well. Tyres grip well on mixed terrain ( not clay mud though,,,, had bit of a crash ;) and the wheels/tyres are tubeless ready with pre-installed tubeless tape,,,, I will be attempting to run them tubeless soon but see no problems after reading reviews on both products. The wheels are sealed cartridge bearing hubs so pretty much fit and forget with minimal maintanence and when they do eventually die should be easy enough to pop out and fit new. Spokes feel like they are double butted and although thicker (heavier?) than what I'm used to on my Mtb I do not see this as a negative. The gears are easy to use, the double click for low and single click for high is real easy to get used to. The rear mech seams to have a pre installed clutch to stop chain slap/loss and comes with a nice little locking mechanism which helps when removing the rear wheel.............. Ahhhhh,,,, removing the rear wheel,,,,,, what a faf that was. I did a lot of swearing trying to remove the wheel it seems the tollarence between the dropouts and the brake calipers is a matter of 1mm. You need to rotate the wheel so the 'groove' on the brake disc lines up with the leading edge of the caliper before it will allow enough space for the wheel to be removed.... Very annoying...... It seems nobody in the world of 'bike review world' has picked up on this and it would have been nice to know in the 'totally out of date' Raleigh instruction book preside guide??????? When the frame is out of warranty I will be modding the drop out to allow the wheel to be removed as normal. The contact points all seem nice, bar tape is grippy when wet and nice and thick to help combat trail chatter, seat is likeable straight away, coming from a Mtb background the bars will be swapped for something wider (specced bars look to be 44mm) and with a bit of flare. Raleigh Seat post is carbon (nice touch, helps with chatter) and Raleigh RSP bars and stem seem nice shape, reasonably light and look smart with the stealth graphics. All in all I'm really happy with this bike, my first dropbar stead that will serve me well as my riding changes due to my age and my interest in trying a bit of this bikepacking malarkey I hope to do as I get older and boring 😀😀

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    5 out of 5
    Build Quality: 5/5
    Performance: 5/5
    Value For Money: 5/5

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