Cyclocross. An all-rounder as tough as you.
Cyclocross, or 'gravel bikes' from a distance look like a normal road bicycle, however on closer inspection they have very subtle differences. Usually able to accommodate upto a 42c tyre, and have mud clearance, these are the perfect choice for CX racers, commuters and adventure riders.
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Ribble CGR Ti Bike Builder
Titanium Cross Gravel Road Bike
Recommended Build: $5,642.68
Light and robust, the CGR Ti is a stunning bike that will take you anywhere with timeless performance and style. Strong, versatile and durable, the geometry of the hand built, British-designed CGR Ti has been carefully formulated so that it conquers all riding surfaces with ease.
Ribble CX5 Bike Builder
Carbon Cyclocross Bike
Recommended Build: $2,966.56
Experience the thrill of fast, off-road riding - or cyclocross racing - with the lightweight and sprightly, full carbon Ribble CX5. The CX5 is our new, top of the range, race ready, off-road adventure package. We’ve used all our ‘cross experience to tick all the boxes with the CX5 including the very latest flat mount disc calipers - the new standard for consistent braking. “A competitive package if you want to get into cyclocross” road.cc
Ribble CGR Bike Builder
Alloy Road Bike
Keeping up to date with the trend for one bike to do it all, the Ribble range now includes the versatile CGR – so named because of its ability to do everything and tackle all surfaces and conditions – Cross, Gravel and Road. The CGR is a light yet robust 7005 aluminium bike with disc brakes and clearance to take 35mm tyres with mudguards. This cleverly designed frame could easily become the key do-it-all bike that you are looking for, whether it be the commute to work or bikepacking at the weekend. “Versatile winter trainer or commuter bike that'll easily take on the rough stuff as well as the road...one of those bikes that you need in your collection, a workhorse that'll cover miles in crappy conditions without beating you up” road.cc