Ribble Cycles just launched a new line of gravel bikes that feature stable off-road geometry and offer big tire clearance for fast riding over challenging terrain. The line is offered in three different materials: Gravel Ti (titanium), Gravel SL (carbon), and Gravel AL (alloy), with a variety of different build kits to choose from. All three versions have clearance for 650b x 47mm or 700 x 45mm tires, internal cable routing, and dropper post routing. They offer loads of different mounting options, including top tube bosses, multiple bottle mounts, triple pack mounts on the fork legs, and rear rack mounts. The Gravel Range is also part of Ribble’s Custom Colour program, which gives the opportunity for a completely custom paint job for an additional £299. Plus, components on complete builds can be customized to your liking as well.
Ribble Gravel Ti
The Gravel Ti is handcrafted from triple-butted titanium tubing to provide unmatched strength and a ride quality that’s perfect for long gravel rides and bikepacking. It’s offered in four complete builds priced from £2,599 to £4,199 (~$3,590 to $5,800 USD), depending on the component selection, and is also available as a frameset for £1,899 (~$2,600 USD).
Ribble Gravel SL
Gravel Gravel SL features a carbon monocoque construction and aero profiles for the best in speed and agility. It uses the same carbon layup as their high-performance road range, offering what Ribble describes as “a perfectly balanced geometry [that] provides race-focused handling and acceleration whilst maintaining the same drag-efficient frame shapes and optimised power transfer as our flagship road racing superbike, the Endurance SL R Series.” The Gravel SL comes in four complete build kits priced from £2,399 to £4,199 (~$3,300 to $5,800 USD), and as a frameset for £1,399 ($1,900 USD).
Ribble Gravel AL
Last but not least is the alloy Gravel AL, which is the most affordable option in the lineup. Prices start as low as £1,599 (~$2,200 USD) and the frameset is £699 (~$950 USD). It features all the same specs as the higher-end carbon and titanium models, but in a more budget-friendly package.
Learn more about the lineup at RibbleCycles.co.uk.
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