Ritte nice bikes

Ritte Cycles are named after Henri “Ritte” Van Lerberghe, who in 1919 showed up bikeless to the starting line of the Tour of Flanders. A classic story from cycling heritage which can be read here. Ritte produce carbon frames made in Asia (like the majority of good carbon frames are) and build custom frames in California from steel. What I love about the brand is the colouring. Above is the Bosberg 3.0 which weighs in at 950g for a medium and has a mix of matte black and bright gloss paintwork. The stays and fork have been tweaked in this model to allow a but more comfort, so i’d expect it to be a good all day ride and sportive bike. Available for $1950. Below is the Vlaandaren, made from higher spec carbon fibre and designed for racing and available for $2225. Ordering in the UK is probably best done though Balfa.

Take at look at the Ritte instagram feed for some pretty bright colour combos and their time trial machine!

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