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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Ribble HT Ti. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
12 reasons to buy
- The Ribble HT Ti has 150mm of travel in the fork. This smooths out one's ride on rough trails.
- Cables are internally routed through a beautiful titanium frame, giving the bike an aesthetically pleasing appearance.
- The bike's long reach offers riders stability.
- 800mm Level handlebars give riders control on trails.
- Ribble offers riders a three-year warranty on the bike's frame.
- The seat tube is short and has only one bend near the bottom bracket. This gives riders room for a long dropper post.
- The Ribble HT Ti is available in sizes small through extra-large, accommodating riders from 5'5" to 6'4".
- 2.6" tires on 27.5" wheels are wide and roll well over rough rocks and roots.
- The steep seat tube angle allows riders to keep the front of the bike down on steep climbs.
- The titanium frame is more compliant over rowdy terrain than steel or aluminum.
- Experts agree the bike's aggressive geometry makes it easy to maneuver through and over obstacles. It's a fun bike to jump on.
- The HT Ti is light in weight. The Enthusiast model weighs under 27lbs.
2 reasons not to buy
- Experts had issues with the reliability of the Level dropper post used on the Ribble Ti.
- The SRAM Guide R brakes are underpowered. Testers suggest upgrading this component.