The Endurance 725 uses triple butted Reynolds 725 tubing for rugged durability and the compliant ride that have been synonymous with steel bikes for decades. A carefully considered geometry results in a frameset that offers stability, comfort and precision handling, and with enough adjustability to suit both endurance riders and those looking for a more performance optimised riding position.
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The Reynolds 725 Steel frame weighs 2.1kgs and the fully monocoque carbon forks 470g.
What is the warranty on the frame?
The frame carries a 3 year warranty. All other parts have the standard manufacturer's warranty.
What is the tyre clearance?
There is clearance for tyres up to 32mm (model dependent) and 25mm with full mudguards fitted.
How many bottle cage mounts are there?
There are 2 bottle cage mounts.
What is the maximum rider weight?
We recommend a maximum rider weight of 120kgs (264lbs).
Does it take mudguards?
Yes, there are mounts for fitting mudguards.
What type of bottom bracket does the frame require?
The BB shell is a BSA 68mm threaded fit.
What size seatpost does the Endurance 725 Disc require?
The seatpost diamater is 27.2mm and seat collar 30mm.
Can I fit a rack?
No, the frame does not have rack mounts.
What brakes fit this frame?
The frame takes flat mount disc brakes.
Are the axles quick release or thru axle?
The frame has thru axles of diameter 12x100 front and 12x142 rear.
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.
The bike has been a joy to ride so far, including a 110km ride into Kent. The steel frame both looks sleek with its thin tubes and rides superbly, I was amazed with how fresh my body felt after a long ride (apart from my legs of course!). Shimano 105 offers reliable shifting and the wheels are good too.
Trying to find a criticism, the bike is heavier than my previous aluminium bike, and the speed tops out slightly slower on descents, however this trade off is well worth it for this agile yet comfortable bike.
I'm 5"11 and find that a large frame size fits well, on the contrary to some other reviews I've read.
Wow what a bike. I know it is steel, but it doesn't feel like it when you're riding a long. I can feel the difference between this bike and my old one. The response when you push on the pedals is great. I'm already faster on this one. Feels great going up hills and down. Great bike
The all-new Ribble CGR 725 offers the traditional class and ride feel experienced on a high-end steel frame, complemented by the contemporary features and geometry resulting in a rugged, highly versatile multi-terrain bike.
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