A carbon frame endurance bike with high-end components and rim brakes.
2 × 11 — 22 speed
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Carrying over all of the fun, versatility and easy-to-live-with attributes of the AL, but with the added va va voom of a motor
Versatile road bike
Easy-to-use motor system
25mm tyre limit with mudguards
Can feel weighty when just above the motor limit
Sep 2021Read Review
Ribble Cycles have just dropped some of the lightest carbon and aluminium eRoad Bikes on the market; the Ribble Endurance SL e Hero and AL e.
May 2021Read Review
We test the latest version of Ribble’s Endurance SLR Disc road bike to see if the UK direct-to-consumer brand can compete on performance while winning on price
Usefully light and aero
Improved power response
Very good component value
Firecrest and Red AXS are fantastic
Efficient rather than effervescent
One-piece bar isn’t very comfortable
No power meter option
25mm tyre limit with guards
No local shop back up
Oct 2020Read Review
The Ribble Endurance SL e is down as being the lightest e-bike on the market - how does it ride?
Easy and comfortable to ride
Looks like a standard bike
Low torque power output feels natural
Charging point in vulnerable position
Power button in awkward position
Aug 2020Read Review
The Ribble Endurance SLR can stand shoulder to shoulder with bikes ridden in the World Tour
Comfortable and rigid
30mm tyre clearance offers great versatility
Fantastic value across the range
Some seatpost slipping issues
Feb 2020Read Review
This is a first ride review score and may change as I spend more time on the bike
Nicely loaded with decent kit, British design for British roads, strong and stable handling, red is the fastest colour
Doesn't necessarily deliver for thrill seekers
Sep 2019Read Review
We’ve got to the point where it’s not a surprise that anyone is entering the e-bike market, but we maybe weren’t expecting Ribble to step up to the plate. It has, though, and what it’s produced is a really excellent lightweight electric road bike that’s fun to ride, gives useful assistance on the climbs and is happy to roll along under just leg power too. The integration is neat, the frame and build comfortable without sacrificing performance.
May 2019Read Review
5'2" – 5'6"
5'4" – 5'8"
5'6" – 5'11"
5'9" – 6'2"
6'0" – 6'4"
Toray T1000/T800 Full Carbon Monocoque
BB Standard: BB86/BB92, 86.5mm, Press Fit
Endurance SL R, Full Carbon, Tapered Steerer
Shimano BB72-41B Press Fit 86.5 x 41
LEVEL 1 6061 Alloy, Black
LEVEL 1 6061 Alloy, Black
Prologo Kappa RS, Black
Ribble SL Carbon, 5mm Offset
Ultegra Di2 R8050 11-Speed
Ultegra Di2 R8050 Braze-On
Shimano Ultegra R8000, 2x11 Speed
Shimano Ultegra Di2 R8050 11-Speed
Shimano Ultegra R8000 11-Speed
Shimano HG701 11-Speed Super Narrow
Shimano Ultegra R8010 Direct Mount
LEVEL RB56 Sport Carbon, 9mm QR Axle
Continental Ultra Sport III, 700x25c, Black