The supremely versatile CGR AL e combines the all-road capabilities of our CGR family of bikes with market-leading e-bike technology. Super-stealth looks and 3 levels of smooth, controlled power assistance delivered to each pedal stroke at the push of a button. Shimano's Ultegra gear set features trickle-down technology from its top-tier sibling and offers the same impressively slick-shifting precision. Ultegra series hydraulic disc brakes ensure powerful and controlled all-weather braking and a highly dependable wheelset comprised of Mavic Ksyrium S Disc wheels fitted with Continental 28mm road tyres.
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It is awesome I did a 50 mile ride from York to swinton taking in the hills up to castle Howard made the normal slog a lot easier the bike alone without the electric motor is great I ordered the 22 gear set and the gear change is so smooth Highley recommended I have a list of pals that are queuing up to try it
I have been riding my Ribble CGR Ae bike for around a month now. I chose the Ultegra group set with Continental 4seasons 28 mm tyres.
I can honestly say that the bike has been well worth the £3k I paid for it, despite the wait.
Riding the bike in the hills of Mid Wales the bike is a revalation as I was beginning to struggle being over 65.
The vast majority of climbs can be ridden in the mid assistance mode. The high mode is needed for the steepest climbs. On the flat I tend to switch off the motor altogether.
Obviously the bike is heavier than a normal road bike but you soon get used to it. If I’m going out on easier roads I use my normal road bike and will continue to alternate.
If you live in a flat area of the country then you probably don’t need an ebike but in a hilly area It will put back the pleasure into cycling.
As far as range is concerned riding in the hills you will get 40 plus miles from a charge. On easier rides you should get 50 plus miles.