Depending on riding style and the size of your plates then toe overlap may be an issue, but I don’t notice it, any more than with my Kona Jake anyway. That’s despite it being a relatively short frame. The length makes it feel a lot more like an MTB than my old ‘cross bike but the front end is also noticeably lower and racier.
I’ve just written all the above in the assumption that you were asking a serious question, if not then carry on, nothing to see here, etc.
Nope, it was a serious question, I have a Scott CX team which I love because it is a race geometry rather than the current fad for a high front end, but it suffers with toe overlap because of the relatively short top tube. While I haven’t come to grief because of it, it bugs the hell out of me, so I was thinking of swapping it and the Ragley fits the bill and seems well thought out. I’d need a 58cm anyway which I figure should make toe overlap less likeley, but just wanted to see a pic to try and get a better idea.