R872 Silver R7000 - New Shimano 105
Lighter, stiffer, faster.
Best on Test - Cycling Weekly, August 17th 2017
'The R872 is a very impressive bike indeed...the geometry is spot on. There's absolutely no doubt that the Ribble offers super value for money. A high-modulus carbon frame paired with a complete 105 groupset...is exceptional - 10 out of 10!'
We’ve paired our award-winning, best-selling carbon road bike with Shimano’s latest iteration of the ubiquitous 105 groupset: R7000.
R7000 features a re-designed chainset with a gloss black finish reminiscent of Ultegra R8000’s new design. The hoods and levers have been completely re-thought, having under-gone an ergonomic refresh that has made the whole unit less bulky and easier to use. The front and rear derailleurs have been visually overhauled as well as receiving a healthy dose of trickle-down technology from Ultegra resulting in a lighter, shorter shift.
In short, R7000 now offers most of the peloton-dominating tech as Ultegra, at a fraction of the cost. It’s never made more sense to ride 105!
New Shimano R7000 105 Groupset
- Matte Silver Carbon frame and fork
- Shimano 105 R7000 Black Groupset - 11 Speed
- 105 shifters
- 105 cassette - 11-30T
- 105 chainset - 172.5mm 34/50
- 105 short cage rear derailleur and braze-on front mech
- 105 brakes
- Level 1 Bars and Stem
- Prologo Kappa RS Saddle
- Level 1 Alloy Seatpost
- Cork Bar Tape - Black
- Continental UltraSport 25mm Tyres
- Mavic Aksium Wheels
Handlebar and Stem Sizing
We would suggest the following sizing on this frame:
|5'0" to 5'5"
|5'6" to 5'8"
|6'1" to 6'3"
Bike Sizing Guide
'a poised and polished performer made from quality materials. The handling...is pin sharp and the lightweight carbon frame helps with rapid acceleration' BikeRadar
'There's absolutely no doubt that he Ribble offers super value for money. A high-modukus carbon frame paired with a complete 105 groupset for around £1000 is exceptional' Cycling Weekly
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This product cannot be purchased through any cycle to work schemes