Designed and perfected with ultimate watt-saving aerodynamic efficiency as the priority, the new Ultra Tri is a bike bred purely to go fast. This is the same frame that is raced by Ribble pro team rider aboard the Ultra TT which has proved to be a race winning and record breaking TT platform.
The performance tuned, full carbon Ultra frameset has been aerodynamically optimised for supreme speed with built-in adjustability to enable you to achieve your perfect position for short or long course triathlon.
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
To assist you in selecting the correct size simply find you height below. The graphic below illustrates our recommendations so you can be confident that the size you order will be correct.
Love the new bike, unfortunately let down by the poor after care from customer service.
My new ribble ultra tri came with no assembly instructions, no guidance at all from the manufacture on assembly or maintenance. After contacting them and getting no where from ribble sending me half written assembly instructions I resorted googling and finding you tube videos. I didn’t even know how to charge the DI2 groupset, or even know where the battery and main junction box was located.
I feel it is assumed that only professional cyclists purchase these bikes and the average Joe isn’t catered for at all. After spending just under 4K on a bike, I feel let down by this - you would expect a manual to come with any vehicle purchased for that price!
The bike itself, now I’ve assembled it is awesome.
The bike is very quick and nimble and in the main I like it. However the bike isn't supplied with instructions so it's trial and error attaching the handlebars, aero bars and hydration system on the bike.(I'm a competent bike mechanic)
The hydration bottle on the front isn't great either. In normal riding the fluid ends up all over the bars and your legs due to the filling slit leaking due to the fluids slopping around inside. Some of the hex bolts supplied with the frame are poor quality and easily rounded, even when using good quality tools and trying NOT to over tighten, but as no torque settings are supplied on the frame or bike part it's very difficult to know how far something should be tighted. A friend, who had purchased the same bike was advised that the handlebars(stem hex bolts) should be tightened to 5NM...I tried this and the bars slipped everytime I rode it.I have also discovered there are also two different designs of handle bars and this affects how the aero bars are attached and their security. When tightening the hex bolts holding the arero bars and spacers it's easy to overtighten and break the plasitic hanger for the front hydratrion system/aero brake cover but this depends on which handlebar design you have.