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Ritte introduces the Satyr steel gravel bike

Published December 18, 2019

LOS ANGELES (BRAIN) — Ritte is returning from years of relative inactivity with the Satyr gravel bike. 

The Satyr is designed by Tom Kellogg of Spectrum, with size-specific Reynolds tubing and geometry and colors inspired by vintage British sports cars.

The Satyr clears a 700x43c tire and is equipped with a T47 bottom bracket and internal cable routing to keep cables protected. It also features flat-mount disc brakes with thru-axles front and rear. The Enve gravel fork comes in various rakes to suit each frame size. The custom Reynolds tubeset is stiff where you need it, but tames the trail chatter in a manner that only steel can accomplish. 

From the dirt roads of the Berkshires to the backcountry trails of the Sierra Nevadas, the Satyr has been in testing all year. 

Read More about the Ritte/Kellogg Partnership Here


  • Tom Kellogg design. 
  • Reynolds 725 tubing — varying tube specs for each size across 6 stock sizes.
  • Enve forks — varying fork rakes with size.
  • T47 bottom bracket.
  • Full internal cable routing.
  • Flat mount disc brakes.
  • 43 mm tire clearance.
  • 3 cage mounts (2 water bottle, one tool/keg type).
  • Fender mounts.
  • MSRP $2,250, complete builds from $3,800.
  • Custom Paint Option.
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The Ritte Satyr gravel bike features size-specific Reyonolds tubing.

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