The CGR 725 is a striking blend of multi-terrain versatility with the traditional style and compliance of a Reynolds steel frame. Resulting in a steel bike that is highly capable across a multitude of terrains and surfaces, a true one bike to do it all.
Designed with meticulous attention to detail, the CGR 725 is handcrafted from the finest Reynolds 725 steel. Its compatibility with multiple wheel and tyre sizes plus a vast choice of spec customisation options means that the CGR 725 can handle the toughest roads, terrain and weather conditions without missing a beat. This ultra-versatile machine can take you anywhere, from the highest mountain passes to back-country roads, distant trails or your most imaginative daily commute.
Designed, built and tested in the UK, the CGR 725 is manufactured from the finest Reynolds steel tubing, tubing produced as it has been for over a century at their factory situated in the very heart of England.
The frameset is manufactured from British Reynolds 725 steel tubing which is triple butted for features seamless welds for exceptional strength and durability whilst offering that compliant ride quality that is synonymous with a high-quality steel frame.
*All cables are routed internally through the frame to enhance the sleek look of the bike as well as provide additional proetction for the cables. There's ample clearance front and rear which improves the CGR 725's mud-shedding ability as well as enabling tyres up to 47mm in width on 650b wheels and 45mm on 700c wheels to be fitted, which certainly ticks all the boxes for mixed terrain riding.
*Rear brake hose is external on double gear systems.
A full carbon construction with a tapered fork steerer helps to stiffen up the front end for enhanced steering control while also damping vibration from rough surfaces for a bump smoothing ride.
Flat-mount disc brakes provide superior stopping power and control over variable terrain and in mixed conditions.
MULTI- WHEEL SIZE
Compatibility with 650b, 700c or 29er wheels opens up a vast choice of tyre options and allows the setup to be tailored to suit a wide array of terrains, surfaces and riding styles.
You decide the design, we create the bike. Be bold and bright or stealthy as you like. With millions of
combinations, you can make a bike unique to you.
Just select customise after choosing your size.
Your Bike. Your Way
CGR 725 Frameset
The CGR 725 frameset is handcrafted from Reynolds 725 steel. Compatibility with 650b, 700c and 29" wheel sizes opens up a vast array of tyre options. Designed from the outset with versatility as a key feature the frame has built-in mounts for mudguards or a rear mounted pannnier rack.
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After a bit of a wait, which I think many have stated before me, understandable in current climate, it finally arrived!
Super happy with it, well packed, great customer service. Rides superbly. Even through the sand with 700 wheels and and 60psi
Bike is awesome, arrived in good condition And well put together. Very happy with the build quality and service Ribble offer.
Only potential drawback would be getting little tweeks fixed if need be. Would definitely recommend.
Black, Silver, Gold, Red, Purple, Blue, Orange, Green
Lightweight and durable
Lightweight and sturdy alloy construction
Adjustable to fit 26", 27.5", 29" and 700c wheels
Weight - 800g
Maximum load - 20kgs
How much does the CGR 725 weigh?
The Reynolds 725 steel frame weighs 2.3kgs and the full monocoque forks weigh 470g. A 105 build weighs in at approximately 10.5kgs .
What is the warranty on the frame?
The frame carries a 3 year warranty. All other parts have the standard manufacturer's warranty.
What tyre clearance does the CGR 725 have?
The CGR 725 has ample clearance for 45mm tyres on the 700c wheels (40mm with full mudguards) and 47mm on the 650b wheels.
How many bottle cage mounts are there?
There are 2 bottle cage mounts loacted on the seat tube and down tube, plus there are fittings situated along the top tube for a bolt on frame bag to keep tools or snacks close at hand when on the move.
What is the maximum rider weight?
We recommend a maximum rider weight of 120kgs (264lbs).
Does it take mudguards?
Yes, the frame does have discreet mudguard mounts for full mudguards. However guards are not currently compatible with the 650b wheels.
Are the cables internally routed?
Yes, all cables will be routed internally through the frame with the exception of the rear hydraulic brake hose if the bike is set up with a double groupset. If the bike is equipped with a 1x system all cables including the rear brake hose will be routed internally.
Is the CGR 725 Di2 compatible?
No, the frameset is not designed to accept Di2 groupsets.
What fit of Bottom Bracket does the frame take?
The bottom bracket shell is a traditional BSA threaded 68mm type.
What size seatpost does the CGR 725 take?
The seatpost is a 27.2mm with a seat clamp of 30.0mm.
Can I fit a rack?
The frame has mounts for a rear pannier rack and can handle 20kgs of luggage with ease.
What type of brakes does the frame take?
The CGR 725 takes flat mount disc brakes.
Is the bike supplied with pedals?
Due to the many different systems people use we do not supply pedals with bikes but you can find a great array of pedals here.
Ribble’s reworked all rounder in its classy looking steel incarnation - 4/5