With the unique ride feel you only get from a high-end Steel frame and a carefully considered geometry, results in a frameset that offers stability, comfort and precision handling. With enough adjustability to suit both endurance riders and those looking for a more performance optimised riding position.
REYNOLDS 725 TUBING
The Endurance 725 has been handcrafted using classic triple butted Reynolds 725 tubing to produce a frame with the compliant and vibration absorbing ride quality that only a high-quality steel frame can offer. Whilst the tubing and the look of the frame may lend itself to the traditional the geometry, tube profiles, and design detail is definitely contemporary, with all the Ribble Endurance frame attributes in place to enable this frameset to be built into a stylish, performance Endurance road bike to effortlessly cover the miles.
Comfort through road surface impact and vibration absorption is very important in an Endurance bike. Triple Butted Reynolds 725 tubing, along with the specific shapes and profiles of the frame, fork and seat post ensure that the Endurance 725 rides as smooth and comfortably over rough road surfaces and long distances as you would expect from a high-end steel frame.
Power transfer and torsional stiffness have also been taken into account through the oversize chainstays and downtube, ensuring that the natural compliance of the steel doesn’t impact your power wattage being efficiently transferred into forward motion. The tapered fork steerer, oversize headtube area and fork profile take care of front-end stiffness and provides precision steering control for cornering and when riding out of the saddle.
The Endurance 725 frameset has discreet mudguard mounts and clearance for tyres of up to 28c width, providing enhanced rider comfort and grip throughout the seasons.
1) Reynolds 725 tubing offers compliance and vibration absorption for a smooth ride feel with durability
2) Versatile Endurance geometry – Comfort, On or Off-road, Commute or all-day epic
3) Internal cable routing and Di2 compatibility
4) Tyre clearance up to 28c (25c with mudguards)
5) Mudguard compatibility – For all weather riding
6) Full Carbon fork with tapered steerer for lightweight, front end torsional stiffness and steering precision.
7) Oversize tapered down tube and chainstays for torsional stiffness and power transfer
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The Reynolds 725 triple butted frame weighs 2100g and the fully monocoque carbon forks 470g. A Shimano Ultegra build weighs in at approximately 9.5kgs and Shimano 105 9.85kgs.
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 28mm without mudgaurds fitted and 25mm with full coverage guards 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 traditional 68mm thread.
What size seatpost does the Endurance 725 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 standard rim brake calipers.
Are the axles quick release or thru axle?
They are standard 9mm quick release.
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.
I bought the Tiagra level Endurance 725 to replace a frame damaged commuter/ winter road bike that was beyond economic repair. It’s my first steel road bike since the late 1980’s and I’m really enjoying the quality of the ride. It’s assured on descents and cornering, very comfortable and the gears shift as slickly as the Ultegra kit I have on my carbon bikes.
The only thing I swapped out straight away were the brake pads but I’m highly impressed overall. Not the lightest if you want to do a lot of climbing but an absolutely fantastic bike for the price that punches well above its weight.
My first cycle on my ladies Ribble roadbike was yesterday morning .The bike after minor adjustment with the saddle stem height was a good fit for my shorter stature (@5ft 2ins).It went great. I was initially apprehensive about using the gears as I had a different operation on my older mountain bike. However reviewed some online advice and with help from my avid cyclist adult son I felt confident enough on the return route to up my speed on the backroads near home.I will be doing a lot more local exploring in the next few weeks and it has proved a joy in these lockdown days! Also it looks so good
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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