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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Ribble CGR Ti. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
16 reasons to buy
- The Ribble CGR Ti has a lightweight and durable titanium frame. Titanium is much lighter than steel, more compliant than aluminum and does not rust.
- The frame's tubing is shaped to improve compliance and maintain stiffness.
- The threaded bottom bracket is easy to maintain and does not develop a creak as easily as press fit bottom brackets.
- The bike is light. Models weigh between 20.72 and 23.40 pounds.
- The Schwalbe G-One Allroad tires are capable on and off road. They can tackle most dry conditions including loose gravel and dirt tracks extremely well.
- The CGR Ti allows clearance for 700c x 45mm or 650b x 47mm tires. There are builds available with 700c and 650b tires.
- There are 1x and 2x build options available. This allows riders to have a bike with their preferred gearing and groupset.
- Hydraulic disc brakes ensure cyclists riding the CGR Ti stop on demand in wet and dry weather.
- There are mounts for a rack and fenders. The Sport build includes fenders.
- The bike comes with a path for internal routing set up for a dynamo hub.
- Ribble's Bikebuilder app allows riders to upgrade or change components on any of the standard six build options.
- The carbon fork reduces vibrations from the road.
- The bike is versatile. Users found it great for the occasional road ride, exploring gravel roads, bikepacking, touring and commuting.
- Experts agree the bike is priced affordably for a titanium gravel and adventure bike.
- The CGR Ti is available in five sizes that best fit adults 5'4" to 6'4".
- Internal cabling gives the bike a neat and tidy appearance.
2 reasons not to buy
- Experts agree that the CGR Ti does not perform the best in wet and muddy conditions.
- The rims are not set up for tubeless tires on the Mavic wheelsets that are used on several builds of the bike.