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Ribble has launched the Gravel 725, its first steel gravel bike which features long, slack and low geometry.
The Gravel model is also available in aluminium , titanium and carbon too, along with an electric gravel bike version built with Mahle’s rear hub drive.
Ribble already offers the CGR 725 , which is pitched as an all-road bike rather than a dedicated gravel bike. This sits alongside the CGR titanium , CGR Aluminium , and CGR Carbon . Ribble Gravel 725 highlights
Progressive geometry for more technical terrain
Three model range starting at £2,099
Frameset available at £1,299 47mm tyre clearance for 650b wheels Multiple mounts for luggage, internal routing, and a threaded bottom bracket Reynolds 725 The frame is built from triple-butted Reynolds 725 steel tubing and follows Ribble’s progressive long and low geometry as found on the existing gravel range.With a long front centre, wide bar and short stem, the 725 aims to make more technical terrain easier to tackle.The frame is paired with a full carbon fork and has plenty of that should make it a good choice for bike packing .With rear rack mounts, triple boss cage mounts on the fork (which Ribble dub ‘Carryall’ mounts), mudguard mounts and top tube bento box mounts, you will be able to attach just about […]
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