2022 Ribble CGR AL - Flat Bar - SRAM Apex 1x

An aluminum frame gravel bike with mid-range components and hydraulic disc brakes.

2022 Ribble CGR AL - Flat Bar - SRAM Apex 1x
MSRP£999 (about $1,196)
Weight23.1 lbs
SuspensionRigid
FrameAluminum
ForkCarbon
Wheels700c
Tires40c
Drivetrain1 × 11
GroupsetApex, Apex 1

BrakesHydraulic Disc
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Gearing

1 × 11 — 11 speed

CGR AL - Flat Bar - SRAM Apex 1x

33 mph

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The CGR AL - Flat Bar - SRAM Apex 1x is geared about the same as similar bikes for riding up hills.

The CGR AL - Flat Bar - SRAM Apex 1x won‘t keep up with similar bikes while riding downhill or sprinting.


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Geometry

Sizing
XXS

4'11" – 5'5"

XS

5'3" – 5'8"

SM

5'6" – 5'10"

MD

5'8" – 6'0"

LG

5'10" – 6'2"

XL

6'0" – 6'5"


Specs
Build
Frame

6061-T6 Alloy, Heat-Treated, Seamless Weld.

BB StandardBSA, 68mm, Threaded

ColorsDark Blue; Orange

Fork

CGR Disc, Full Carbon, Tapered Steerer.

Bottom Bracket

SRAM GXP Team Threaded BSA.

Headset

LEVEL 52, 42-52mm, Tapered.

Stem

LEVEL Gravel 6061 Alloy, Black.

Handlebar

LEVEL Urban Alloy Riser, 640mm.

Saddle

Prologo Kappa RS, Blk/Sky/Elec Blue.

Seatpost

LEVEL 1 6061 Alloy 27.2mm, 350mm.

Grips

LEVEL Lock-On Rubberised, Black.

Groupset
Rear Derailleur

SRAM Apex 1x11 Speed Long Cage

Crank

SRAM Apex 1 GXP, 1x11, 42T.

Shifters

SRAM Apex-1 Trigger Shifter.

Cassette

SRAM PG-1130 11-Speed, 11-42T.

Chain

SRAM PC-1110 11-Speed with Powerlock.

Brakes

Tektro HD-R280 Flat Mount Hydraulic.

Wheels
Rims

Mavic Aksium 19 DCL, 12x100F/12x142R Thru-Axle.

Tires

Schwalbe G-One, Tubeless-Ready, 700x40c, Tan Wall.

Disk Rotors

SRAM Centreline Centre Lock 160mm.

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