Anyone with a love for the classic ‘feel of steel’ will be delighted with the ride quality and feel of the Ritte Satyr. It accelerates quickly, with steel’s characteristic liveliness under heavy pedaling. It feels alive in a way that few carbon frames do.
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Today, Ritte announced the launch of its new Satyr gravel bike. Designed by master frame builder, Tom Kellogg, the Satyr is a thoroughly modern steel bike, with full internal cable routing, a T47 threaded bottom bracket and Reynolds’ latest 725 chromoly tubeset.
State Bicycle Co. Warhawk: Getting Rolling- by Guitar Ted The world of bicycling has a lot of niche categories. Obviously “gravel bikes” are one of those, (but maybe becoming less so everyday), and there are plenty of others I can think of right off the top of my head. “Niche”- just what does that mean […]
Breezer Inversion Team: At The Finish- by Grannygear The last ride on the Breezer Inversion Team before it’s return trip to the Breezer mother ship was just a noodle around town, a stretch of the legs before honey-do’s consumed my day. I recalled the previous night where I had been e-scouting a three day route […]
Otso Cycles Waheela S: Checkpoint- by Guitar Ted The Waheela S presents a conundrum for the average cyclist. Is it a mountain bike with drop bars, a gravel bike with a suspension fork and dropper post, or just a confusing amalgam of styles? How does it feel to have a 40mm travel Fox fork and […]
Ritchey Outback: At The Finish- by Grannygear Editor’s Note: Due to the limited time we were able to have the Ritchey Outback, we were forced to shorten our normal three part review into two segments. I am back once more in my garage (think Bat-cave but without the bats and the cool car), and […]
Ritchey Outback: Getting Rolling- by Grannygear Ritchey Ritchey, as in Tom Ritchey, is no stranger to anyone who has been paying attention to bikes for the last couple of decades…more actually. So to see his version of a gravel bike sitting in mi casa’s el garage-o is a pretty cool thing indeed. It’s steel, of […]
<Back to News Home | Grava Bikes Revenuer: At The Finish- The time for our long term review of the Grava Bikes Revenuer has come to a close. It has been ridden on commutes, pavement, dirt, and lots of gravel roads, so whatever charms it has have been ferreted out by this time. Please read […]
<Back to News Home | Grava Bikes Revenuer: Checkpoint- With more time and dusty miles under the tires of the Grava Bikes Revenuer, it is time to file another update on this steel steed. You can catch up on what has been said so far by clicking the link for the previous entry HERE. There […]
<Back to News Home | Grava Bikes Revenuer: Getting Rolling- All righty then! Let’s get to finding out about this rig, shall we? The Revenuer frame starts its life in Tennessee and they are hand built and available in stock sizing only. Sizes range from Small through XL sizes, (an Xtra Small is in […]