Ribble's CGR is now titanium, still as versatile as ever

Ribble's CGR is now titanium, still as versatile as ever

We’ve just got a hold of this Ribble CGR (cross, gravel, road), the UK-based consumer-direct brand’s all-new and rather handsome titanium adventure bike. Custom Moots Routt RSL first look at NAHBS show stopper Best gravel and all-road bikes Ribble CGR Ti Ultegra Di2 spec highlights Frame: 3AL/2.4V, threaded bottom bracket, Di2 mechanical compatible, 12mm thru-axle Fork: Custom carbon monocoque, tapered, 12mm thru-axle Groupset: Shimano Ultegra Di2 R8050 Wheels: Zipp 302 clincher disc Tyres: 40mm Schwalbe G-One, tan wall Bars: Zipp Service Course SL Stem: Zipp Service Course SL Seatpost: Zipp Service Course Saddle: Fabric Scoop Ti £3,999, international shipping available An easy to live with titanium adventure wagon The CGR is a longstanding name in the Ribble lineup, but has been reimagined in everybody’s forever-bike wonder material, titanium. Ribble CGR review The 1.72kg frame (claimed, size unspecified) is constructed from triple-butted, 3AL/2.4V titanium tubing that is finished with a very ...

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