Be a Pro! Ride the exact same bike as the Ribble Pro Cycling Team, including matching custom paint job, Sram Etap groupset and Zipp 404 wheels.
The Ribble Aero 883, an award winning frame with BikesEtc magazine in their Aero Bike Challenge group test, is the perfect machine for both road racing and triathlons.
Packed with aerodynamic features such as a carefully designed Kamm Tail downtube and seatpost, it is built with one purpose in mind...speed. Areas where flex is not wanted such as the chainstays and bottom bracket are oversized to increase power transfer, and Direct-Mount brake calipers ensure stopping is quick and assured.
(Due to the custom nature of this bicycle, it is NOT part of the 30 Day Test Ride that we normally offer and there is no exchange policy with this bicycle. Frames will be made to order and as such please allow an additional 2 weeks on top of our normal build time. Please get in touch with us if you have any queries)
Team Bike Specification
Sram Etap Groupset
Sram Red Chainset
PG1170 Cassette - 11-28T
Shimano 5810 Direct Mount Brakes
Zipp SL-70 Carbon Aero Bar
Zipp Service Course SL Stem
Zipp Service Course Bar Tape
Selle Italia SLR Saddle
Wheels and Tyres
Zipp 404 Firecrest Carbon Clinchers
Vittoria Corsa G+ Isotech Folding Tyres - 25mm
Don't forget your pedals! View all of our pedals here
Handlebar and Stem Sizing
We would suggest the following sizing on this frame:
5'5" - 5'9"
5'9 - 6'0"
5'11" - 6'2"
6'1" - 6'4"
Geometry and Custom Builds
Fully geometry information can be found on the Aero 883 Bikebuilder page.
The build options on SE bikes is limited to the options shown. This allows us to price the bike with a big saving. If you are looking for further options, including changing things like cassette ratios, or fancy a different set of wheels, this can be done via Bikebuilder
Hand assembled in Preston, England. Direct to you.
This product cannot be purchased through any cycle to work schemes
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In the spec build it says "cups not included" with the crankset... What does this mean?
This refers to the bottom bracket cups which are not included with the chainset. When the Hollowtech system was released there was some confusion over whether the BB cups were supplied with the cranks or not hence us stating that they are defnitely not included.
When you say 2 weeks on top of the normal build time. How long would it take to ship to New Zealand?
Thanks for your enquiry.
The normal build takes around 7-10 working days, the Custom Colour bikes (including Pro Team Edition) would take further two weeks to be sent out to the Paint Shop. Delivery to New Zealand takes around 6-12 working days so I would assume that your bike would be delivered within five to six weeks from the point of placing the order.