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Does anyone own a Ribble bike?

Old 05-09-21, 05:52 PM
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Does anyone own a Ribble bike?

How good ribble bikes ? Does anyone own ?
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I don't own one, known a few people who have (and they've loved them), have also seen that they quite often get great reviews on Cycling website/blogs etc. The value is fantastic, they clearly use open mould frames and rebrand them (which I don't have a problem with). However, I have also seen many accounts on other forums where people have complained about their lack of customer service, long wait times and also the low quality on their carbon frames (having to face brake mounts, BB area, headtube and even some holes not created during production). If no one here can share their experiences on Ribble bikes, maybe search some UK cycling forums.
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How good? Good enough to be around for 70 years.

Ribble Cycles was formerly owned by the Dove family. The new ownership is True Capital, which is an investment group specializing in retail businesses. Does this answer the question?
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