Revel Rascal

Revel Rascal
Price: Starting at $4999
Daily Rental: $89.99
(435) 635-5455
• Trail Bike
• Wheel Size: 29er
• Frame: Carbon
• Travel: 130mm rear/140mm front
• Suspension: Canfield CBF
• Drivetrain: SRAM Eagle GX 1x12
 Revel Rascal

Daily Rental: $89

Price: Starting at $4999

Specs Geometry Pricing

Revel Rascal Description

The Revel Rascal is a 130mm-travel 29er trail bike. Revel is a new brand and you might be wondering what sets their mountain bikes apart from established bike makers. That’s why we’re here! We do the research and pick what we believe are the best mountain bikes on the market and make them available to you in our rental bike fleet. Keep reading to learn why the Revel Rascal 29er has earned a coveted spot on the OTE, Hurricane shop floor.

We were first introduced to Revel Bikes at the 2019 Hurricane MTB Festival. It was one of their first public events and there was a lot of hype about the bikes. It was nearly impossible to get a demo bike because they were in such high demand. Luckily, the Revel crew stuck around for a few days after the festival and we got a chance to try the bikes out. We were impressed with the ride and are proud to include them in our lineup, now.

So – what makes the Revel Rascal 29er special? First and foremost, it’s the suspension. Revel invested in the Canfield Balance Formula suspension (CBF). CBF is a patented system from Chris Canfield of the Canfield brothers, best known for their Rampage-focused gravity bikes. It’s a very active system that separates pedaling and braking forces from the suspension so it never locks out – it’s always moving. This gives the Rascal great traction for cornering and climbing and feels suuuuper smooth rolling over chunky stuff. It never gets hung up on square edges when you’re pedaling or descending. The active suspension adds confidence on technical climbs and lets you open it up on the descents since you know hard braking won’t lock it up and toss you over the bars. Combine the smoothness of the CBF suspension with the Rascal’s 29er wheels and you’ve got a bike that’s ready for Hurricane slickrock and beyond.

Complementing the Rascal’s buttery suspension is their somewhat surprising take on 29er trail bike geometry. The current trend is longer bikes with extended reach. The Rascal has a long wheelbase for a trail bike but the cockpit is actually a bit on the short side compared to most mid-travel bikes. With a low bottom bracket and relatively slack (for a 29er trail bike) 66° head angle, it’s a very stable, comfortable ride – especially at speed. If you ride trails with tight switchbacks, not to worry – short chainstays keep the Rascal quick and flickable when you want it to be. Overall, the Rascal is a very balanced, intuitive bike that just seems to go where you want it to go without a lot of thought or effort.

Finally – let’s talk about that beautiful carbon frame. Revel offers three color options for the Rascal 29er: Alaska (navy and gold), Ansel Adams (black and white) and the hotness you see here – T1000, a silky silver finish named after the robot assassin in the original Terminator movie. Underneath that sexy silver is a carbon frame with a special carbon layup spec’d by Enve founder, Jason Schiers. Rather than using industry standard 0°, 45° and 90° carbon fiber, the Rascal frame uses more 30/60° fiber for a tougher, stiffer and lighter construction. The attention to detail is notable. Besides the smooth finish, there’s also an integrated chain guide and the easiest-to-use internal cable guides in the business.

We’re really excited about Revel Bikes and the Rascal 29er. It definitely has its own flavor and fits a different niche than other short and mid-travel 29ers. Bike Magazine put it well in their 2019 Bible of Bikes Tests Revel Rascal video review: “This is not an all-mountain bike or an XC bike. It’s right in the middle.” It handles like a small bike when you need it to; but when the trail gets fast and chunky, the Rascal’s long wheelbase, slack head angle and CBF suspension encourage you to open it up and let it run. It seems to float effortlessly through almost anything. Jem Trail laps, Gooseberry slickrock or low-speed chunky tech on the Boy Scout Trails – the Revel Rascal 29er handles it all with quiet, inspiring confidence.

Pricing for the Rascal starts at $4999 new and our daily rental rate is $89.99. All of our rental bikes are for sale so if you want to take one home, ask us about adjusted pricing for a used Revel Rascal. Our standard Revel Rascal rental bikes have a SRAM Eagle GX 1×12 drivetrain, RockShox suspension, SRAM Guide R disc brakes and Industry 9 alloy wheels with Maxxis tires. Scroll down for full specs and other build/pricing options. If you have something special in mind, let us know. We love special projects and can build you a custom Rascal with pretty much any drivetrain, suspension and cockpit components you’d like.

*Price and specs subject to change.


Revel Rascal Specs

The specs below are for our standard Revel Rascal rental bikes. If you’d like a different build, just let us know. We love building custom bikes!

Drivetrain: SRAM Eagle GX 12-speed
Wheels: Industry 9 Enduro EN 1/1 alloy
Tires: Maxxis Minion DHF EXO+ 2.5 front / Maxxis DHR EXO+ 2.4 rear
Frame: 130mm-travel Revel Rascal 29-inch carbon with internal cable routing, threaded BB and integrated chain guide
Fork: 140mm Rock Shox Pike Select
Shock: RockShox Super Deluxe Select
Brakes: SRAM Guide R
Stem: Truvativ Descendant 40mm
Handlebar: 800mm Truvativ Descendant Alloy
Seatpost: Crank Brothers Highline 3
Saddle: Ergon SM10 Standard Black
Headset: CaneCreek 40-series IS42/IS52
Grips: Ergon GE1 Black
Weight (actual): TBD
All specifications subject to change.

*Prices and specs subject to change.


Revel Rascal Geometry

Size SM (15.2″/ 385mm) MD (16.3″/ 415mm) LG (17.5″/ 445mm) XL (18.7″/ 475mm)
Head Angle 66° 66° 66° 66°
Seat Angle 75° 75° 75° 75°
Virtual TT 23.1 in. / 588mm 24.0 in. / 610mm 24.9 in. / 633mm 26.0 in. / 660mm
Seat Tube Length 15.2 in. / 385mm 16.3 in. / 415mm 17.5 in. / 445mm 18.7 in. / 475mm
Head Tube Length 3.8 in. / 96mm 4.2 in. / 107mm 4.6 in. / 116mm 5.0 in. / 127mm
Bottom-Bracket Height 13.2 in. / 335mm 13.2 in. / 346mm 13.2 in. / 346mm 13.2 in. / 346mm
Chainstay Length 17.0 in. / 433mm 17.0 in. / 433mm 17.0 in. / 433mm 17.0 in. / 433mm
Stack Height 23.6 in. / 600mm 24.0 in. / 610mm 24.3 in. / 618mm 24.7 in. / 628mm
Reach Length 16.7 in. / 424mm 17.5 in. / 444mm 18.3 in. / 464mm 19.3 in. / 489mm
Standover Height 26.9 in. / 682mm 27.1 in. / 689mm 28.2 in. / 716mm 29.0 in. / 736mm
Wheelbase 46.5 in. / 1182mm 47.3 in. / 1202mm 48.0 in. / 1220mm 49.1 in. / 1247mm

Revel Rascal Pricing

The prices and specs below are for Revel’s standard Rascal 29er build kits. If you want something else, feel free to mix and match as you please. We can also build you a custom Revel Rascal 29er with almost any component spec you want. We love building custom bikes! If you have any questions or want to talk about ordering and building your very own Revel Rascal mountain bike, give us a call: (435)635-5455

Build Frame Drivetrain Fork Shock Wheels Price
GX Eagle Carbon SRAM Eagle GX 1×12 Rock Shox Pike Select RockShox Super Deluxe Select Industry 9 Enduro EN 1/1 alloy $4,999
XO1 Eagle Carbon SRAM Eagle XO1 1×12 Fox Float 36 Factory Fox Float DPX2 Factory Revel RW30 carbon rims w. Industry 9 1/1 hubs $7,199
XX1 Eagle AXS Carbon SRAM Eagle XX1 1×12 w. AXS wireless shifting Fox Float 36 Factory Fox Float DPX2 Factory Revel RW30 carbon rims w. Industry 9 Hydra hubs $9,999

*Prices and specs subject to change.