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    Raleigh Talus 29

    I am for any upgrades people have done to a Raleigh Talus 29. I don't see any info here about my bike.
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    Talus 29

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    Nice looking bike!! I like the red rims..Upgrades,I have no idea..

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    If you ride challenging / technical terrain, I'd aim towards the following:
    1) Pedals: Are your stock ones plastic? If so, get some Wellgo MG-1 -- nice light, metal platforms with removable pins
    2) Tires ideal for your local terrain: The Saguaros are great tires in many places, but not everywhere. If you have friends on 29ers that you ride with locally, what are they riding and liking?
    3) Fork: If yours absorbs the bumps well, and more importantly keeps your front wheel tracking in the turns, then ignore this. Otherwise, REBA...

    Lots of other "upgrades" you could make if you start paying attention to these boards and your home scale. If you're just getting started in the sport, forget everything I said and just beat the piss out of it the way it is.

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    I don't have a Talus, but a Mojave (the Talus predecessor). I made some XC oriented changes and swaped out the wheels, which came with Wiemann rims, Geax Seguaro wire bead tires (super heavy- close to 1kg each), and joytech hubs for crest rims, Maxxis Ikon tires, and White Industries hubs, and saved close to 6 lb. Huge difference. I also upgraded the heavy crank/BB for the Shimano LX with outboard bearings and saved over 1 lb I think, with a noticable stiffness difference. I was also glad to get rid of the Avid cleansweep rotors (LOUD), for Alligator windcutter rotors. I think you have a different brand of brake to start with though.

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    Good looking bike...wanna race
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    It looks really good! I've been checking it out online and didn't seem as cool. Need to throw it back in my list. How's the fork?

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    I just rode his bike today on some beginner trails and I like the forks better than the ones On my mamba. In magazine shootouts they rate the mamba fork(rock shox) better than talus(suntour). Its just my opinion of coarse, but they seem firmer as mine seem squishy
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    They forks seam stiff to me but this is I first mountain bike. I really don't know much. It does fit me better than my brothers mamba.

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    My buddy picked up a Sport cheap of Craigslist brand new. I think he paid $350 for it. He is in the process of flipping the frame....so far has a Marzocchi 44 Micro Ti with thru axle, Stan's Arches waiting. Just placed the order today for a full 2012 SLX kit including brakes....should be here in about a week. I will try to get him to post some pics.

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    2012 Raleigh Talus 29

    This was my wife's but it was too big for her so I swapped my bars, pedals, stem, etc to it and ride it now. It's a medium, and I am coming from a Specialized Hardrock 29 large so the Raleigh feels more like a BMX bike. It's far more responsive and climbs better than my Specialized.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stranglehold View Post
    I am for any upgrades people have done to a Raleigh Talus 29. I don't see any info here about my bike.
    Love the colors and look of the bike, those red rims and flat black frame....mmmmm....
    Get off the couch and ride!

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    Nice bike and enjoy the ride

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    Welcome to the club

    The only things I've upgraded on mine are my pedals, twice. But that's the life of a poor college student. It's been great for everything I've been doing so far. My next upgrade is probably going to be a different set of tires. I love the saguaro's, but I need something a little more knobby for the wet areas I'm from.

    On a side note, I wish they had a Raleigh forum I found a request for one in the site feedback page and tried to revive it, but no one else has replied to try and make it happen: Why no Raleigh Forum?


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    I only upgrade my pedals (Azonic 420) and a new chain. There is not much to do to this bike. It comes with good components.

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    Great bike - underrated imho.. Had a 2011 like yours. Sold it to a friend.
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    What kind of bike did you replace it with if you dont mind my asking
    Not sure what I would buy if I sold mine. This bike just fits me perfect

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    I bought a Trek Cobia - got a great deal buying it and selling the Talus. I'm 6ft8 and the larger 23" Cobia just fit me better..

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    I noticed the rims on this bike are 3mm wider than the ones on my Hardrock (21mm vs 18mm). That should add a little bit of volume to my Captain 2.0's


    Talus on the bluffs above the Mississippi in Davenport, IA

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    If you haven't already: replace the stock grips with some good quality lock-ons. The stock grips twist with the slightest of force, and without gloves they will give you horrible calluses. I have some red ODI Rogue grips, and I don't get calluses as bad with them (no gloves). Have fun on your new bike!

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    I bought this bike for my wife, she has fallen in love with it. First upgrade to make is ditch the crank for an external bearing/2piece/hollowtech crank. That will knock off over a pound just in that move, plus it stiffens up the ride.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grizzlyplumber View Post
    I bought this bike for my wife, she has fallen in love with it. First upgrade to make is ditch the crank for an external bearing/2piece/hollowtech crank. That will knock off over a pound just in that move, plus it stiffens up the ride.
    I looked at some replacement cranks but to get something worthwhile like a hollowtech is not in the budget. It's on the wishlist though! The Reba fork is very nice.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dgw2jr View Post
    I looked at some replacement cranks but to get something worthwhile like a hollowtech is not in the budget. It's on the wishlist though! The Reba fork is very nice.

    Keep an eye on ebay, I got a Sram X5, barely any use on it for $80 delvd. A quality crank that somebody upgraded almost immediately upon buying a mid level bike. Deals are there and can be had.
    Another thing I did was replace her tires and tubes with some that are a little smaller with not quite so aggressive of a tread since most of her riding is light trail mixed with some road. Weighed the components as I went, dropped a little over 2 lb per tire in the swap. So her bike is 5 lb lighter now than when we started.
    Next on the list is the fork, I am thinking if I am going to spend the money I would rather upgrade my fork and let her benefit from trickle down bike-anomics.
    I will try to get some pics up soon, it is a sharp looking bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grizzlyplumber View Post
    Keep an eye on ebay, I got a Sram X5, barely any use on it for $80 delvd. A quality crank that somebody upgraded almost immediately upon buying a mid level bike. Deals are there and can be had.
    Another thing I did was replace her tires and tubes with some that are a little smaller with not quite so aggressive of a tread since most of her riding is light trail mixed with some road. Weighed the components as I went, dropped a little over 2 lb per tire in the swap. So her bike is 5 lb lighter now than when we started.
    Next on the list is the fork, I am thinking if I am going to spend the money I would rather upgrade my fork and let her benefit from trickle down bike-anomics.
    I will try to get some pics up soon, it is a sharp looking bike.
    We have the same thing going on but reverse! She gets all the new stuff and I get the leftovers. She benefits more from the reduced weight and higher quality components. I'm strong enough to power my tank wheels up a hill where she might have to walk halfway on the same tank wheels.

    She prefers the rigid fork so I was able to upgrade to a Reba that an acquaintance was selling for very cheap. I haven't weighed her bike yet but just by picking it up I'd guess it's somewhere around 25lbs. We both use Purgatory and Captain tires because of all the leaves and off-camber in our area, plus we like to travel a lot to places that require more bite from the tires.

    I have seen a lot of people say that the front end of the Raleigh is kinda high. I have my stem dropped all the way down to the headset. Is this still not low enough for some? Do you have to flip your stem to get enough drop?

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    Putting it back together




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    I did not know the Raleigh still existed as a brand...Had one almost 20 years ago. Enjoy!

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    I love this bike. It can take me anywhere!

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    Got some new wheels! Went tubeless with Stan's Flow 29er rims on Shimano M529 hubs. Knocked 2 pounds of rotating weight off this beast!




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    Quote Originally Posted by dgw2jr View Post
    ... It's far more responsive and climbs better than my Specialized.

    I have the same bike, in white, it rides excellent. Hardly anything on the 'net about these, they are underappreciated IIMHO. It simply rides nice, and the frame is just cool. But it is heavy... probably parts, mostly at this price point fork and bb (maybe rims too... mine came with diff tires and I put on cyclocross tires anyway 700x38s -- sort of like skinny mtb tires -- and use it for both offroading and around town.)

    I like your upgrades, I've been wondering how I can reduce the heft of mine. It rides nice though, but the weight... My roadbike is only 19 lbs...

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    RE: upgrades:
    I put a lighter set of cranks (New old stock XT's) and they were like half the weight of the heavy pigs it came with.

    I swapped the bars and stem for lighter (and better fitting) ones.

    I swapped the fork for a Rock Shox Reba 29er.

    The last made a huge diff. Not only is the fork per se like 2 lbs lighter or thereabouts, but it makes the weight distribution of the bike much improved because it isn't as front heavy now.

    For what it's worth, the stock fork rode fine, it was just heavy.

    Stock weight 32 lbs. Weight now, i'd say around 27 or so. Not a big diff, but it IS a big diff in how the bike handles.

    If I had $ I'd go for lighter wheels, but then I'm not a skinny guy so maybe it's better to keep em stouter...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thelonerider View Post
    RE: upgrades:
    I put a lighter set of cranks (New old stock XT's) and they were like half the weight of the heavy pigs it came with.

    I swapped the bars and stem for lighter (and better fitting) ones.

    I swapped the fork for a Rock Shox Reba 29er.

    The last made a huge diff. Not only is the fork per se like 2 lbs lighter or thereabouts, but it makes the weight distribution of the bike much improved because it isn't as front heavy now.

    For what it's worth, the stock fork rode fine, it was just heavy.

    Stock weight 32 lbs. Weight now, i'd say around 27 or so. Not a big diff, but it IS a big diff in how the bike handles.

    If I had $ I'd go for lighter wheels, but then I'm not a skinny guy so maybe it's better to keep em stouter...
    The Reba fork on this bike makes a huge difference for sure. I still need to swap out the stock cranks. I can feel quite a difference between them and the ones on my wife's bike.
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    I just ordered a 2012 Raleigh Talus Elite 29er (XL) with the the Fox fork and Maxle. It's my first 29er and my first new bike ever! I'm 6'4" and my 2009 Gary Fisher Marlin (large) hard tail 26er is what got me into mountain biking, but it's too small, overall...and I can't wait to ride a 29er! I'm feeling very impatient right now

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    this is it...

    This is it with all the upgrades.

    gonna get a 2nd pair wheels so I can swap the 'cross tires for big old 29x2"ers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thelonerider View Post
    This is it with all the upgrades.

    gonna get a 2nd pair wheels so I can swap the 'cross tires for big old 29x2"ers
    I've got Specialized 2.3/2.2 tires on mine and they grip well and the volume gives it a more plush ride. I like the white Reba! Is that a 100mm travel? What size bar and stem are you using?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Natedogz View Post
    Love the colors and look of the bike, those red rims and flat black frame....mmmmm....
    Agreed!

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    This is my brand new 2013 Talus 29er... just made the switch from 26" big box special after breaking the fork...




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    That is one nice bike right there. I like the tapered head tube and color scheme of the new model.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dgw2jr View Post
    That is one nice bike right there. I like the tapered head tube and color scheme of the new model.
    Thanks... going to 29 felt kinda strange at first, but I think I'm getting used to it... gonna really open her up this weekend on some singletrack... looking forward to that.

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    I got to open up my Talus today... serious fun! I had no idea how much I would like it until now.

    I was riding alone so I didn't get any action shots, but I did get a few of the bandit trail I was riding...
    You can see em on my FB page here...

    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...33017213494191

    Can't wait for the next run!

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    just bought my wife a talus 29 sport, and was surprised to see that there wasn't a Raleigh forum. ill give some feedback when we get out to ride it. still a bunch of snow around here!

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    Raleigh seems to be using the same frame on all the aluminum Talus models much like Trek -Fisher in their lineup. I like the look of the 2013 frames!.

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    Here is my 2014 Raleigh Talus 29er

    Raleigh Talus 29-1478937_10154067920060002_2810354024625761262_n.jpgRaleigh Talus 29-photo-1280x956-.jpg

    I was riding a very old 26" GT Zaskar that had seen better days.
    The GT was alot lighter, but the Talus rolls over rock and roots so easy, I cant look back. Not to mention that even though the hydro brakkes are cheap the perform better than rim brakes.
    I added my Shimano pedals and I am getting a Cane Creek Thudbuster LT this week to help with the impact from drops and pot holes
    Raleigh has made a great bike and my next upgrade will be the fork.

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    Bad news... It's going to be very difficult to truly upgrade the fork... In 2013 the Talus Sport came with a tapered headtube. 2014 they went back to the standard 1 1/8" found on the lower end bikes. Two models up(Talus Comp) comes with the Rock Shox XC32 Air. Which is about a $280 air fork, with a straight 1 1/8" steerer tube. But you also get upgraded components too...

    Talus $650 Suntour XCT
    Talus Sport $750 Suntour XCR
    Talus Comp $1000 XC32 Air
    Talus Expert $1500 Recon Gold(Tapered)

    Upgrading to even the XC32 Air would almost have you at the Comp pricing. Not to mention you'd be putting a $280 fork on a $650 bike. Upgrading to something like a Reba is nearly $500. Just not worth it. Yes, I understand that's my opinion. But it comes with 20+ years in the industry.
    Would you put a $1200 set of custom chrome wheels/tires on your $2000 car? To each their own... If you want to upgrade your $650 bike by putting a really nice air fork, then so be it.

    But if it was me? I would enjoy my bike, ride the crap out of it, and when I was ready to upgrade, sell it. Then go to your LBS and try to get a deal on the highest level Talus that you can afford.
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    There is the Suntour trade in program so you can "upgrade" to a Radion for $190 and since the frame has a zero stack headset you could run a Cane Creek 40.EC44/40 converter and tapered fork..

    The wheel is a extension of the foot

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    ^^ You could do that as well. There's almost always more than 1 way to skin a cat.

    I forgot to add. Most won't have a crown race puller, or a crown race setter, star nut, or a star nut setter. Cutting the steerer down properly. That's all going to add up to a pretty good chunk of change. And if you decide to run a tapered conversion, there's another $45-70.

    Just saying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackhawks01 View Post
    Bad news... It's going to be very difficult to truly upgrade the fork... In 2013 the Talus Sport came with a tapered headtube. 2014 they went back to the standard 1 1/8" found on the lower end bikes. Two models up(Talus Comp) comes with the Rock Shox XC32 Air. Which is about a $280 air fork, with a straight 1 1/8" steerer tube. But you also get upgraded components too...

    Talus $650 Suntour XCT
    Talus Sport $750 Suntour XCR
    Talus Comp $1000 XC32 Air
    Talus Expert $1500 Recon Gold(Tapered)

    Upgrading to even the XC32 Air would almost have you at the Comp pricing. Not to mention you'd be putting a $280 fork on a $650 bike. Upgrading to something like a Reba is nearly $500. Just not worth it. Yes, I understand that's my opinion. But it comes with 20+ years in the industry.
    Would you put a $1200 set of custom chrome wheels/tires on your $2000 car? To each their own... If you want to upgrade your $650 bike by putting a really nice air fork, then so be it.

    But if it was me? I would enjoy my bike, ride the crap out of it, and when I was ready to upgrade, sell it. Then go to your LBS and try to get a deal on the highest level Talus that you can afford.
    Thanks for the Reply.
    I live in the caribbean which means if I bought the Talus direct I would have to handle the international shipping, and import duties on my own. Which would make that Talus that was orginally US $650 cost US $910.
    I bought it through my LBS at about US $750 since they probaly get discount on volume (not to mention most LBS usually bring a one or two series of a specific bike), which was in my budget. From my review and comparison, the Talus, Talus Sport and Talus Comp, all use the same frame spec but progressively upgrade the drivetrains, shocks and brakes (obviously other stuff too).

    Getting the Talus allowed me to get out and start rdining and get a feel for the 29er geometry without braking my budget. So my plan is as you rightfully said, to ride the hell out of it, but also progresively upgrade the parts I know are under performing as I improve on my biking skills.
    Also from my research on line even though a tapered headtube offers improvement of stiffness, the real gain is the fact that most new forks are 15mm or 20mm and that seems to be the real impovement of stiffness and ride handling.

    So me putting aside some money and buying a decent straight through fork doesn't seem that bad. Plus I can order the fork, let it take however long it takes to ship to save on freight charges and still get to bomb the trails in the meantime and learn about MTB by tinkering (learnt about Tapered vs Non-Tapered Headtubes).

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    As long as you are happy with the money you spend, and the way your bike turns out. That's all that matters. I'm just offering advice generated from my 20 years in the cycling industry. Does that mean I am always right? Of course not. I simply do the best I can to educate people with what I have learned over many years. I've purchased bikes in the past, and thought, "It's a nice bike, and there's plenty of room to upgrade later"... Then at the end of the journey, I realize that I spent one-and-a-half times for upgrades over what I paid for the bike brand new. It's not always about Dollars & Cents, sometimes it's about Dollars & Sense.

    Like I said. To each their own... You could put a Enve Carbon wheel set with a 15mm thru axle, and convert the front end in order to run a tapered fork set up. If that's what would make you happy? Go for it!
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    I just built this one up.

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    Raleigh Talus Carbon Pro Frame (Large)
    Rock Shox Reba Solo Air
    Stans Arch EX Wheelset
    Sram X9 Shifter
    SRAM X9 / Stages Power Meter Crankset
    SRAM PG-1070 Cassette
    Shimano LX Disc Brakes
    WCS 4-AXIS 100mm Stem
    Easton EC70 XC Wide Bar
    Kenda Nevagal Tires
    Thomson Elite Seatpost
    Fizik Gobi Saddle
    ODI Ruffian Grips
    Shimano XT Pedals

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