Rawland Cycles Sogn XC Hardtail

5/5 (1 Reviews)


Product Description

The Sogn is an all-around frame that's equally at home on a three mile commute to work as a 3,000 mile sojourn across the country. Designed for touring, commuting, club jamming, or a weekend century, this multi-geared bike won't quail when the pavement ends, either. This version comes with bosses for downtube shifters and cantilever brakes. A disc version is also available.

Sold with Rawland's signature biplane fork, the Sogn frame—named after a valley settled by storied Norwegian farmers near Northfield, Minnesota—is ready for equipping with your favorite mountain or road gruppo.



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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by harvestlaser a Weekend Warrior from racine

Date Reviewed: August 31, 2010

Strengths:    perfect geometry for dirt drop/monster-cross. build quality/price. customer service. ride of steel.

Weaknesses:    none found.

Bottom Line:   
Turns any frequented trail into a brand new trail when I take this bike out. It is the swiss army/do-all frame and fork. I use it to:ride with slower friends, ride gravel trails, single track, pulling a bob trailer, bike camping. If you ride one off road you will want one. very similar to the Drakkar (this review could be used interchangeably).

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Favorite Trail:   kettle moraine (southern)

Duration Product Used:   2 Years

Purchased At:   rawlandcycles.com

Similar Products Used:   nothing truly similar to this unique frame&fork. surly cross check, fisher 29er, multiple modern mountain bikes.

Bike Setup:   nitto randonneur handle bar, cane creek drop v levers, paul thumbies, stans 650b.

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On the hunt...Rawland Sogn

I know there are no Sogns in a M (ETT of 55-56cm) left through Rawland, but I'm curious in anyone knows of a new or used frame somewhere ou there. I definitely want disc, would prefer gray, but willing to tolerate red. thanks for the help.Read More »

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