California-based Ritte Cycles just announced an updated version of their Satyr gravel bike, which is now made from titanium and limited to a single batch of 20 US-made framesets with an ENVE Adventure Fork. Find details on what’s new here…

As an update to their original Satyr gravel bike, which was released in December 2019 (and I reviewed here), Ritte just shared news of the all-new Satyr 2.0, which sports a number of changes from the original version. Most notably, this second rendition of the Satyr is made in the USA from titanium, includes an ENVE Adventure fork, and is limited to just 20 framesets.

  • Ritte Satyr 2.0 Titanium
  • Ritte Satyr 2.0 Titanium

Priced at an eye-watering $4,450 for the frameset, or about twice the cost of the original Taiwan-made steel Satyr, the new Satyr 2.0 has been tweaked to have a more off-road-centric geometry and can now clear 700C x 50mm or 650B x 2.2″ tires front and rear. It’s available in sizes XS to XL and a medium frame comes in at a weight of 1590g. Find full specs from Ritte below.

Ritte Satyr 2.0 Details

  • Manufactured in Portland, Oregon
  • Designed by Tom Kellogg
  • Oversized titanium tubing
  • Swaged/tapered top tube for a combination of direct handling, front-end stability, and compliance
  • Ovalization of tubing at all key junctions for increased strength
  • T47 Bottom Bracket with internal cable routing through the shell
  • Flat Mount disc brakes and 12×100/12×142 thru axle standard
  • Compatibility with 1x and 2x drivetrains in electronic and mechanical shifting
  • 27.2mm seatpost with dropper routing
  • Clearance for massive 700 x 50 or 650 x 2.2” tires
  • Enve Adventure fork
  • Three bottle mounts and fender mounts
  • Many optional finishes including brushed, bead blasted, custom paint, anodized, and more
  • Limited production of 20 framesets, shipping in early July
  • Frameset retail price of $4,450 with complete SRAM AXS builds starting from $6,950
  • Ritte Satyr 2.0 Titanium
  • Ritte Satyr 2.0 Titanium
  • Ritte Satyr 2.0 Titanium

You can see a complete list of changes and additional details at



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