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Ribble CGR 725 - Gravel
Shimano GRX400

From: US$1,835.88
This is a loan of US$2,203.06 with US$0.00 deposit.
Repayable by 36 monthly repayments of US$75.25.
Total amount repayable US$2,709.06.
14.9 APR representative.
Finance is subject to status. Terms and conditions apply.
Or from: US$75.25 a month
Also available on Cycle To Work schemes
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At home on the road, gravel, and trails, the CGR 725 offers you the compliant ride quality that only a high-quality steel frame delivers. This all-terrain capable build is prepared for anything with the gravel-optimised gearing and ergonomics of Shimano's GRX RX400 2x10 speed drivetrain, all-terrain capable Mavic Aksium 19 wheels fitted with grippy WTB Riddler tyres and a lightweight alloy finishing kit that includes flared handlebars for more confidence and control, even over the roughest terrain. A bike that's perfect for any off-road adventure.

  • Material

    Reynolds 725 triple Butted Steel

  • Groupset

    Shimano GRX RX400 2x10 Speed

  • Wheels

    Mavic Aksium 19 Alloy Disc

  • Brakes

    Shimano GRX Hydraulic Disc


Shimano GRX RX400 equips you with top-level components that have been developed specifically for the gravel scene. Providing gearing options that cater to the demands of mixed-terrain riding, a double chainring at the front for tighter gear steps to maintain better pedal rhythm between shifts and a wide gear range to deal with any gradients. Powerful and predictable GRX hydraulic disc brakes offer confidence inspired braking control for everyday road rides.


The Mavic Aksium wheelset's impressive strength to weight ratio, reliability and durability make them an obvious choice for any multi-terrain bike. Fitted with tubeless-ready WTB Riddler 700x45 tyres which offer unfaltering speed through a variety of conditions and place equal priority on traction and efficiency .


The finishing kit is an all-LEVEL affair consisting of LEVEL 1 flared gravel handlebars wrapped in a comfortable LEVEL bar tape and matched with a LEVEL 1 alloy stem. Completing the build is a LEVEL 1 alloy seat post fitted with a comfortably padded Selle Italia X3 Boost saddle. A wide choice of saddles to suit riders of all shapes and sizes is also available in the BikeBuilder.

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To assist you in selecting the correct size simply find you height below. The graphic below illustrates our recommendations so you can be confident that the size you order will be correct.

5' 4" - 5' 7"
162cm - 170cm
5' 7" - 5' 9"
170cm - 175cm
5' 9" - 5' 11"
175cm - 180cm
5' 11" - 6' 1"
180cm - 185cm
6' 1" - 6' 4"
185cm - 194cm
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Sizing &
Ribble CGR 725 - Gravel
Size XS S M L XL
Rider Height 5'4" - 5'7"
162 - 170cm
5'7" - 5'9"
170 - 175cm
5'9" - 5'11"
175 - 180cm
5'11" - 6'1"
180 - 185cm
6'1" - 6'4"
185 - 194cm
Wheel Size 650b / 700c 650b / 700c 650b / 700c 650b / 700c 650b / 700c
A - Seat Angle (mm) 73.5° 73.5° 73.5° 73.5° 73.5°
B - Top Tube (mm) 525 545 555 570 590
C - Head Angle (mm) 72° 72° 72° 72° 72°
D - Offset (mm) 50 50 50 50 50
E - Head Tube (mm) 120 140 160 180 200
F - BB Drop (mm) 69 69 69 69 69
G - Seat Tube (mm) 470 510 530 55.5 580
RC - Chainstay (mm) 435 435 435 435 435
FC - Front Centre(mm) 571 591 602 618 638
Reach (mm) 366 380 385 394 409
Stack (mm) 535.6 554.5 573.8 593 612
WB - Wheelbase (mm) 995 1001 1026.8 1041.8 1062
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The Ribble CGR 725 - Gravel is available to order on cycle to work schemes.

We accept all major cycle to work scheme vouchers.

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Shimano GRX RX400 2x10 Speed Hydraulic Disc
Shifters - Shimano GRX RX400 10-Speed Hydraulic.
Brakes - Shimano GRX Flat Mount Hydraulic.
Chainset - Shimano GRX RX600, 2x10, 46-30T.
Bottom Bracket - Shimano BB-RS500 Threaded BSA.
Cassette - Shimano HG500 10-Speed 11-32T.
Chain - Shimano HG54 Super Narrow 10-Speed.
Rotors - Tektro Lyra Centre Lock 160mm.
Front Derailleur - Shimano GRX RX400 Braze-On.
Rear Derailleur - Shimano GRX RX400 Medium Cage.
Wheels - Mavic Aksium 19 DCL, 12x100F/12x142R.
Tyres - WTB Riddler TCS, 700x45c, Tan Wall.
Frame - Reynolds 725 Steel, Triple-Butted, Seamless Welds.
Forks - CGR 725 Disc, Full Carbon, Tapered Steerer.
Headset - LEVEL 52, 42-52mm, Black.
Finishing Kit
Bars - LEVEL Flared Gravel, Alloy, 42cm
Stem - LEVEL 1 6061 Alloy, Black
Bar Tape - LEVEL Cork Ribbon, Black
Seatpost - LEVEL 1 6061 Alloy, 27.2mm
Seat Clamp - LEVEL 30.0mm Alloy, Black
Saddle - Selle Italia X3 Boost, Black.
From: US$1,835.88
This is a loan of US$2,203.06 with US$0.00 deposit.
Repayable by 36 monthly repayments of US$75.25.
Total amount repayable US$2,709.06.
14.9 APR representative.
Finance is subject to status. Terms and conditions apply.
Or from: US$75.25 a month
Also available on Cycle To Work schemes
Total amount repayable . APR representative. Finance is subject to status. Terms and conditions apply.
I’ve had my CGR 725 for a couple months now and taken quite a few rides. I love everything about this bike. The fit and finish are immaculate. It’s stable, quick and comfortable, and I’ve had no mechanical issues with the frame or components. My only regret is not having purchased from Ribble before. Thanks again!

So far, I’ve been mostly riding on the road since rain has turned the fire roads and trails into thick clay mud. That said, even as a road bike I’m happy with the GRX400 gravel spec. I expect to be back in the dirt once the rain lets up long enough for the mud to dry. For now, the stock 45c WTB tires are appreciated on the frequent sections of poorly maintained, decaying and sinking tarmac, and the GRX 2x drive train is perfect for the hills in the surrounding area. Also, the handle bars are comfortable and shaped well, increasing my confidence riding through poor conditions.

About a month after my first ride, I got a flat after picking up a tiny wire in my back tire. Since I had upgraded to the Mavic All-Road DCL wheels, I took the opportunity to switch to tubeless. Following the Mavic video for UST setup on YouTube, it took about 5 minutes per wheel to remove the tube, remount the tire and seat the bead. It was just as easy as it looked in the video, even with the WTB tires, and only required the included valves, some sealant and my regular floor pump. Then of course there were a couple tiny holes that the sealant filled after some sloshing around.

Anyway, I’m off to a great start this year and looking forward to many miles traveling with my trusty new companion. This picture was taken on a loop segment of the San Francisco Bay Trail circling the Carquinez Straight via the Alfred Zampa and Benicia bridges. This is looking West up the waterways leading into California’s Central Valley, with Martinez on the right and Mount Diablo in the distance.