Adventure & Touring Bikes
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Ribble Adventure Ti Bike Builder
Titanium Adventure Bike
Light and robust the Adventure Ti is a simply jaw-dropping bike, stunning good looks combined with multiple luggage mounts means you have a bike that can take you anywhere in style and comfort. This is THE ultimate all-terrain bikepacking bike.
Ribble Adventure 725 Bike Builder
The Compliance of Steel with All Season, All Terrain Versatility - Steel Adventure BikePacking Bike
The Adventure 725 is hand built using triple butted Reynolds 725 steel and offers a silky smooth ride quality thanks to its natural compliance and vibration absorbing properties, with carefully designed tube profiles to ensure that lateral stiffness isn’t compromised. Reynolds 725 is also very resistant to fatigue and has a very high tensile strength. The Adventure 725 comes with mounts for mudguards and rear rack, 4x sets of bottle bosses and front Carry All rack mounts ensuring all luggage, hydration and weather proofing is taken care of. The geometry is a finely tuned balance between long distance comfort, efficiency, stability and control.
Adventure touring bikes can also be referred to as trekking bikes or bike trekkers. They are very popular with people who intend to go on a self-sustaining bike packing (trekking) trip. For the purist’s bike trekking adventure, camping out under the stars is normally the order of the day. As such the adventure bike needs to be equipped to facilitate the everyday demands of the bike packer. There are many subtle differences between such a bike and the typical road or mountain bike. The frame will have a long wheelbase to allow for better clearance at the front end when carrying panniers and also to provide a more comfortable and stable handing bike. The frame will also have clearance for mammoth mountain bike style tyres which offer better grip and comfort especially when travelling off-road. Additional features of the adventure bike are; various mounting points for luggage, these will normally include fittings for front and rear mounted pannier racks. On certain touring bikes you may also find ‘carryall’ fittings on the front forks, these carryall mounts are like oversized bottle cages mounted on either side of the forks. These are particularly handy for stowing items that can be rolled up, think of sleeping bags, ground sheets and the like. A rider needs to stay hydrated to perform at their best and such a bike will cater for this with additional bottle cage mounts. The traditional downtube and seat tube bottle cage mounts are still present but additional mounts can also be found on the underside of the down tube and on the top tube (cross bar).
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