Why Buy at Ribble?
Why Buy at Ribble?
Brilliant bikes. Unbeatable value.
We design and carefully oversee the manufacture of all our frames. You are buying direct from Ribble, so there’s no middlemen. You're not paying more than you need.
Our mechanics build every bike by hand, so know the products inside out, and our customer service team are all passionate cyclists ready to help and advise. So whether you’re wondering what bike to go for next, what kit to spec it out with or just want to run a query past us – get in touch, we’re happy to help. All Ribble bikes come with a free 6 week service too.
Unrivalled frame quality.
We’re confident with the quality of our frames so we offer a three year warranty.
All Ribble framesets go through a rigorous series of real world and laboratory tests before they leave the factory to simulate every eventuality. This testing will ensure you years of problem-free riding whichever Ribble bike or frame you choose.
Through BikeBuilder, we offer almost unlimited customisation and options.
The right bike, the right spec and the right kit.
We sell everything you'll need for your riding - from clothing to parts, through to nutrition and of course, bikes. We have a fantastic range, at great prices with next day delivery available.
Designed and built in England.
And tested on some of Britain's most rugged roads - by cyclists for cyclists.
Don’t just take our word for it, see what the press and other cyclists say…
"Staggeringly priced titanium, Say hello to affordable Ti thanks to those lovely chaps at Ribble."
"The R872 is a cracking bike particularly for the money and the fact you can spec it with whatever kit you want makes it even more appealing. The frame is very rigid and transfers power almost instantly."
Steve Dale / Edinburgh
"Were we able to score a bike 11 out of 10 for value, this would be it. Acceleration is virtually instant, it's extremely fast and climbs superbly."
"Once I got on the Gran Fondo I immediately knew it was the right choice, it felt stable and comfortable with no instability at high speeds."
Matt Smith / Shropshire