Ribble Cycles is launching its new and evolved Evo Pro model, the brand’s popular entry-level carbon sportive road bike.

The original Evo Pro was one of the first lightweight sub-£1000 full carbon road bikes on the market. The new model, in keeping with Ribble’s philosophy on quality and value, comes equipped with Tiagra 10-speed, Shimano RS010 wheels and Deda finishing kit, all for £953. Entry level complete bike builds are available from £799.

As well as a bright new bright paint finish, Ribble explain that real difference is updated geometry and design, giving a more comfortable riding position. The Evo Pro has often been a first step into the world of cycling or maybe a rider’s first experience of the lightweight responsiveness of carbon; Ribble have acknowledged that by increasing the head tube for a more upright and comfortable position.

The bike’s main triangle provides the foundation for the Evo Pro’s efficiency and, along with the compact rear triangle, allows for efficient power transfer into rear wheel drive.

Important details have been refined including the curved and aerodynamically bladed fork which increases comfort and reduces rider fatigue by making things easier on the wrists and arms.

The Evo Pro features neat and tidy internal cable routing, an oversized press fit bottom bracket and is Di2 and EPS ready.

All Ribble Cycles come with a 6-year warranty and a 30-day no-questions-asked returns policy.

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