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Ribble Aero 883 Disc

Das Ribble Aero 883 hat im Gruppentest des BikesEtc-Magazins den Gold Award in der Aero Bike Challenge gewonnen. Es hat sich als so erstaunlich erwiesen, dass wir ein Scheibenbremsenmodell entwickelt haben.

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Aero 883 Disc - Shimano 105 Aero 883 Disc - Shimano 105
  • Shimano 105 11 fach
  • Shimano 34-50T x 11-28T Übersetzung
  • Shimano 105 hydraulisches Scheibenbremsenset
  • Mavic Aksium Disc Laufradsatz.
  • Level 1 Alloy Cockpit.
  • Prologo Kappa RS Akzentfarben Sattel.
Ab: 1.863,94 US$
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Aero 883 Disc - Shimano Ultegra Aero 883 Disc - Shimano Ultegra
  • Shimano Ultegra 11 fach.
  • Shimano 34-50T x 11-28T Übersetzung.
  • Shimano Ultegra hydraulisches Scheibenbremsenset
  • Mavic Aksium Disc Laufradsatz.
  • Level 1 Alloy Cockpit.
  • Prologo Kappa RS Akzentfarben Sattel.
Ab: 2.302,78 US$
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Aero 883 Disc - Shimano Ultegra Di2 Aero 883 Disc - Shimano Ultegra Di2
  • Shimano Ultegra Di2 11 fach.
  • Shimano 34-50T x 11-28T Übersetzung.
  • Shimano Ultegra hydraulisches Scheibenbremsenset
  • Mavic Aksium Disc Laufradsatz.
  • Level 1 Alloy Cockpit.
  • Prologo Kappa RS Akzentfarben Sattel.
Ab: 2.961,03 US$
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GEWINNEN SIE EINEN AERO VORTEIL
AUS DEM MOTORSPORT ERBE

Durch das kurze Ober- und Steuerrohr ist das Aero 883 Disc sowohl für Straßenrennen als auch für Triathlon geeignet und bietet eine niedrigere aerodynamische Frontposition. Das Aero 883 Disc ist einer unserer aerodynamischsten Scheibenrahmen mit zusätzlicher Bremskraft.

FORTSCHRITTLICHES
AERO DESIGN

Jeder Zentimeter des Aero 883 Disc wurde otimiert, um Luftwiderstand zu reduzieren, mit einem Kamm Tail* geformten Sitzrohr und Unterrohr und einer integrierten in den Rahmen eingebauten Sattelklemme. Das schaut nicht nur gut aus, sondern reduziert auch den Luftwiderstand. Dieser mit Sheiben versehene Rahmen kann die neusten Direktmontage Bremsen aufnehmen, und bietet dadurch die bestmögliche Bremskraft.

Vorne bietet das speziell geformte aerodynamische Steuerrohr integrierte Hüllen, die den Luftstrom um die Basis lenken, und das kürzere Oberrohr bedeutet, das Sie leicht ein Paar Tri-Bars anbringen können, um die niedrigere Tri Position für Aerodynamik einzunehmen

Die rigoros getesteten aerodynamischen Rohrprofile des Aero 883 Disc sind geformt um Luftwiderstand zu reduzieren und das Hinterrad ist eingezogen hinter dem teilweise gekrümmten Sattelrohr, wodurch ein kürzerer Radabstand entsteht.

DESIGN UND
BAUPRÄZISION

Eine spezielle Mischung aus hochwertigem T1000 und T800 unidirektionalem Carbon Verbundwerkstoffen stellen sicher, dass der Rahmen leicht ist und trotzdem präzise zu handhaben. Das Aero 883 beeindruckte BikesEtc: “die Rohre sind ein Lehrbeispiel für Überdimensionierung, besonders in den Schlüsselbereichen, um Flex zu reduzieren und Kraftübertragung zu unterstützen - namentlich die Kettenstreben, Steuerrohr und offen gesagt, der massive Tretlager Bereich.”

OPTIMIERTES DESIGN
UND TECHNIK

Wir sind stolz, mit einem führenden fortschrittlichen Designpartner an diesem bahnbrechenden Fahrrad zusammen zu arbeiten. Das Aero 883 Disc wurde entwickelt in Zusammenarbeit mit Performance Engineered Solutions (PES) aus Sheffield, einer Firma, die ihre Kernkompetenz in der Formel 1 und MotoGP Motorsport Umgebung entwickelt hat. Leistungsverbesserungen auf Eliten-Level sind, lauf EPS, auf das Verständnis der "Summer der einzelnen Teile" zurückzuführen.

“Das beinhaltet das Verständnis, dass Designs kleine wiederholende Gewinne in vielen verschiedenen Gebieten liefern sollten, um eine Gesamtgewinnlösung zu liefern. Leistung auf diesem Level im Sport wird in 100stel von Sekunden und Microns gemessen. Das Team muss auch eng mit den Athleten zusammenarbeiten und sie verstehen und unterstützen, das optimale Leistungspaket abzuliefern.”, sagen unsere Experten in aerodynamischer Carbonverbundstoffdesign und -prüfung.

Stundenlange Computersimulationen ergaben ein Rahmenset mit variablen aerodynamischen Profilen - jedes optimiert je nach Lage, um Turbulenzen über eine weite Windrichtungsbreite zu reduzieren (Scherwinkel).

BREMSEN
FELGE ODER SCHEIBE

TUm dieses schnelle Fahrrad zum Halten zu bringen, können Sie wählen zwischen diesem Scheibenmodell mit Flat Mount oder dem Direct Mount Felgenbremse Aero 883.

Alle gleichen preisgekrönten Merkmale des Aero 883 sind hier und jetzt mit den neusten Flat-Mount Scheibenbremsen, wenn Sie diese extra Stoppkraft bei diesem Spitzen-Fahrrad brauchen.

Größen-
Ratgeber

Um Ihnen bei der Auswahl der richtigen Größe behilflich zu sein, wählen Sie unten Ihre Körperhöhe. Die folgende Grafik zeigt unsere Empfehlungen, damit Sie sicher sein können, dass die von Ihnen bestellte Größe korrekt ist.

Small
5' 5" - 5' 8"
165cm - 172cm
Medium
5' 9" - 5' 11"
175cm - 180cm
Large
6' 0" - 6' 1"
182cm - 185cm
X-Large
6' 2" - 6' 4"
187cm - 193cm
Grössenangaben & geometrie anschauen
Größenangaben &
Geometrie
Ribble Aero 883 Disc
Größe Small Medium Large X-Large
Körperhöhe 5'5" - 5'8"
165cm - 172cm
5'9" - 5'11"
175cm - 180cm
6'0" - 6'1"
182cm - 185cm
6'2" - 6'4"
187cm - 193cm
A - Sitzrohr C-Top (mm) 478 502 522 542
B - Oberrohr (mm) 527.2 547.4 566 584.6
C - Reach (mm) 380 388 396 404
D - Steuerrohr (mm) 118.2 140.3 165.3 187.5
E - Stack (mm) 521 543 565 587
F- Lenkwinkel 72.1° 72.4° 72.6° 72.8°
G - Radstand (mm) 976 989.4 1004.7 1019.6
H - Kettenstrebe (mm) 412 413 414 416
I - Sitzwinkel 74.3° 73.7° 73.3° 72.9°
Häufig gestellte
Fragen
Wie viel wiegt das Aero 883 Disc?

Dieser unidirektionale Finish Toray 800/1000 Vollmonocoque-Rahmen wiegt 1200 g und die vollen Monocoque-Carbongabeln 470 g.

Welche Gewährleitung gibt es auf den Rahmen?

Der Rahmen hat eine Gewährleistung von zwei Jahren auf Herstellungsfehler. Alle anderen Teile haben die Standardgarantie des Herstellers.

Was ist die Reifenfreiheit?

Das Aero 883 Disc hat einen Freiraum für 25mm Reifen.

Wie viele Flaschenhalterungen sind vorhanden?

Es gibt 2 Montagepunkte für Flaschenhalter.

Was ist das maximale Körpergewicht des Fahrers?

Wir empfehlen ein maximales Gewicht von 120 kg.

Kann man Schutzbleche anbringen?

Nein, es gibt keine Halterungen für Schutzbleche.

Welche Art von Innenlager benötigt der Rahmen?

Die BB Schale ist PF30 68x46.

Welche Sattelstützengröße benötigt das Aero 883 Disc?

Die gesamte Aero Sattelstütze ist exklusive für das Aero 883 Disc und wird mit dem Bike mitgeliefert.

Welche Bremsen passen an diesem Rahmen?

Der Rahmen nimmt Flat Mount Scheibenbremsen auf.

Sind die Achsen Quick Release oder Steckachsen?

Der Rahmen hat Steckachsen mit einem Durchmesser von 12x100 front und 12x142 hinten.

Kommt das Fahrrad mit Pedalen?

Aufgrund der vielen verschiedenen Systeme, die verwendet werden, liefern wir keine Pedale mit, aber Sie können eine große Auswahl an Pedalen hier finden.

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Verdict:

Impressive spec and riding capabilities

Price:

£2,187

About the bike

This new aero road bike from Lancashire’s mail order specialists has, in the firm’s own words, ‘been designed, modelled and tested in conjunction with one of the UK’s leading advanced engineering groups – Sheffield’s Performance Engineered Solutions.’ Ribble also claims this to be the most aero road race frame it has produced. We say stealthy plain carbon and high-end parts make this a cut above the rest, especially for the price. But what’s the catch? Can a bike that looks this good on paper live up to its promise?

The spec

Frameset

The Aero 883’s tubing is an object lesson in oversizing, especially at the key areas for reducing flex and aiding power transfer – namely the chainstays, head tube and frankly massive bottom bracket area. The seat tube uses a sizeable cutaway to bring the wheels as close together as possible while narrow seatstays project from the seat tube low to create as compact a rear triangle as possible. A fairly stout headtube is the most rock-solid on test, and features shrouds at its junction with the down tube to direct airflow around its base. A traditionally bladed carbon fork completes the picture at the front end. Everything about this set-up (with the exception of those naturally vibe-damping seatstays) screams solidity. And that just about sums up the way it rides, too.

Groupset

Here’s where the Aero 883 gets even more impressive. It’s equipped with a full Shimano Ultegra groupset – lighter than 105, though similar in its behaviour and operation. Our test bike came with a 50/34, compact chainset, but the beauty of Ribble is that you can spec the bike as you wish. The Ultegra brakes are direct-mount, reckoned to increase strength and be slightly more aero, as they’re closer to the frame. An 11-28 cassette combines with the 50/34 chainset to make this a perfectly tuned climbing bike as well as a pukka aero racer.

Finishing kit

This can be altered to your own specification on Ribble's bike builder, but our test bike was fitted with excellent Deda compact drop bars and a 130mm Deda Zero 2 alloy stem. Selle Italia’s moderately flexy, downward-nosed saddle sits atop an unbranded carbon seatpost.

Wheels

The crowning glory of this bike’s build is its 52mm deep-section Mavic Cosmic Pro carbon clinchers. We couldn’t tell you the last time we saw a £760 wheelset on a £2,200 bike. Despite their deep profile, they’re also the lightest wheelset of the four we tested, at 1.22kg for the front, 1.54kg for the rear. An alloy braking surface offers predictable stopping power and Mavic’s Yksion Pro Griplink tyres in 23c are sticky enough for racing.

The ride

First impression

Punchy, low, stiff and fast. Very fast. The Aero 883 straddles the line between a full-on mountain-goat stage race bike and an aero road weapon. There are two good reasons for this. Considering the number of bikes we’ve tested, it does take a lot to impress us from the off, but that’s exactly what the Ribble does, and then some.

On the road

So, back to those two good reasons. Number one is the low weight – it’s broadly half a kilo lighter than the other bikes on test. Combine this already lightweight package with a compact chainset working on an 11-28 cassette, and you’ve a bike that positively devours hills and barely suffers on rolling roads. A false flat becomes simply flat. The low, long(ish) riding position makes every corner exit an excuse for a sprint, and forced us into an almost TT-like position to make the most of the frame’s aero benefits when presented with a long, flat section of deserted tarmac. The 50/34 chainset doesn’t adversely affect acceleration or the ability to hold on to speed – you just find yourself staying closer to the 11-tooth sprocket a lot of the time. And the sensation of connectivity between pedal, rear wheel and road is something experienced more usually on a bike costing twice the price. Yet there’s more than enough comfort on offer from the unassuming carbon seatpost and effective seatstays, while the Selle Italia saddle soaks up the rest.

Handling

The shortest wheelbase of our four bikes combines with an almost endurance bike-spec, 72.1° head angle to give steering that remains settled yet direct enough to excite. There’s nothing highly-strung about this bike. Oh yes, reason number two – there’s a very good reason the Aero 883 excels in its handling and that’s the wheelset it’s rolling on. For a 52mm deep-section carbon wheelset to be the lightest on test, and on a £2,200 bike is pretty much the holy grail of hoops. The speed with which the Mavic Cosmic Pros pick up speed, and the ease with which they hold on to it, is a real joy. They enjoy crosswinds as much as any deep-section wheel, but if you can put up with that, they offer consistently high performance, and their alloy braking surface is more than adequately gripped by those direct-mount Shimano Ultegra brakes. The French firm’s Yksion Pro Griplink rubber is a clear winner here, too – although a 25c tyre would offer slightly better comfort, the Mavics supply grip, speed and confidence.

 

Cyclist

The ride

First impression Punchy, low, stiff and fast. Very fast. The Aero 883 straddles the line between a full-on mountain-goat stage race bike and an aero road weapon. There are two good reasons for this. Considering the number of bikes we’ve tested, it does take a lot to impress us from the off, but that’s exactly what the Ribble does, and then some.

 

On the road So, back to those two good reasons. Number one is the low weight – it’s broadly half a kilo lighter than the other bikes on test. Combine this already lightweight package with a compact chainset working on an 11-28 cassette, and you’ve a bike that positively devours hills and barely suffers on rolling roads. A false flat becomes simply flat. The low, long(ish) riding position makes every corner exit an excuse for a sprint, and forced us into an almost TT-like position to make the most of the frame’s aero benefits when presented with a long, flat section of deserted tarmac. The 50/34 chainset doesn’t adversely affect acceleration or the ability to hold on to speed – you just find yourself staying closer to the 11-tooth sprocket a lot of the time. And the sensation of connectivity between pedal, rear wheel and road is something experienced more usually on a bike costing twice the price. Yet there’s more than enough comfort on offer from the unassuming carbon seatpost and effective seatstays, while the Selle Italia saddle soaks up the rest.

 

Handling The shortest wheelbase of our four bikes combines with an almost endurance bike-spec, 72.1° head angle to give steering that remains settled yet direct enough to excite. There’s nothing highly-strung about this bike. Oh yes, reason number two – there’s a very good reason the Aero 883 excels in its handling and that’s the wheelset it’s rolling on. For a 52mm deep-section carbon wheelset to be the lightest on test, and on a £2,200 bike is pretty much the holy grail of hoops. The speed with which the Mavic Cosmic Pros pick up speed, and the ease with which they hold on to it, is a real joy. They enjoy crosswinds as much as any deep-section wheel, but if you can put up with that, they offer consistently high performance, and their alloy braking surface is more than adequately gripped by those direct-mount Shimano Ultegra brakes. The French firm’s Yksion Pro Griplink rubber is a clear winner here, too – although a 25c tyre would offer slightly better comfort, the Mavics supply grip, speed and confidence.

 

The spec

Frameset The Aero 883’s tubing is an object lesson in oversizing, especially at the key areas for reducing flex and aiding power transfer – namely the chainstays, head tube and frankly massive bottom bracket area. The seat tube uses a sizeable cutaway to bring the wheels as close together as possible while narrow seatstays project from the seat tube low to create as compact a rear triangle as possible. A fairly stout headtube is the most rock-solid on test, and features shrouds at its junction with the down tube to direct airflow around its base. A traditionally bladed carbon fork completes the picture at the front end. Everything about this set-up (with the exception of those naturally vibe-damping seatstays) screams solidity. And that just about sums up the way it rides, too.

 

Groupset Here’s where the Aero 883 gets even more impressive. It’s equipped with a full Shimano Ultegra groupset – lighter than 105, though similar in its behaviour and operation. Our test bike came with a 50/34, compact chainset, but the beauty of Ribble is that you can spec the bike as you wish. The Ultegra brakes are direct-mount, reckoned to increase strength and be slightly more aero, as they’re closer to the frame. An 11-28 cassette combines with the 50/34 chainset to make this a perfectly tuned climbing bike as well as a pukka aero racer.

 

Finishing kit Again, this can be altered to your own specification but our test bike was fitted with excellent Deda compact drop bars and a 130mm Deda Zero 2 alloy stem. Selle Italia’s moderately flexy, downward-nosed saddle sits atop an unbranded carbon seatpost.

 

Wheels The crowning glory of this bike’s build is its 52mm deep-section Mavic Cosmic Pro carbon clinchers. We couldn’t tell you the last time we saw a £760 wheelset on a £2,200 bike. Despite their deep profile, they’re also the lightest wheelset of the four we tested, at 1.22kg for the front, 1.54kg for the rear. An alloy braking surface offers predictable stopping power and Mavic’s Yksion Pro Griplink tyres in 23c are sticky enough for racing.

 

Overall 9.2/10

 

Punchy, stiff and very fast, the Aero 883 is also exceptionally good value.

 

Every so often, a bike blows our minds, and on this occasion it’s the Ribble Aero 883. As an exceptionally high-spec package for the price, not to mention out-performing the other three bikes in its willingness to destroy any road, it’s not only our test winner but also the winner of the BikesEtc Gold award. If you want to race, already race, or just want one of the quickest, best-value bikes on the market, this is a great choice. Even better, while our test ride worked out at £2,186.90, Ribble tell us a bike built to the same spec will be available from July for £1,999.95.

BikesEtc

Overview

Lancashire price crusaders Ribble have a long established reputation for delivering a range of top value bikes from training machines to triathlon rigs. The 833 Aero is a searingly fast, innovation loaded, aero road weapon complete with electric shifting and big brand aero wheels for a price that’s as aggressive as its’ ride character.

If the all black ‘murdered out’ aesthetics don’t immediately communicate the combative nature of the 883 then closer inspection of the frame will leave no doubt. The short head tube lends itself to an aggressively low and aerodynamic ride position. The angular frame tubes are the only ones on test to use the latest ‘Kammtail’ chopped teardrop style aerodynamic concept, which is designed to produce lower overall drag in variable wind situations. The 883 is also the only bike here to use lighter, more powerful direct mount Shimano brakes with the rear calliper hidden under the chain stays to reduce aerodynamic drag further. The internal down tube cable routing can be configured for either conventional cable routing or the Shimano Di2 electric shifting set up here, which cunningly hides the battery cell up inside the seat post out of the way of weather and wind. Despite the extra cost of the digitally triggered transmission, Ribble still rolls out this special edition bike on £850’s worth of stiff Mavic Cosmic Carbone SLS wheels with matching Mavic Yksion Griplink and Prolink tyres. You also get a top quality carbon detailed Selle Italia saddle and even the aerodynamically profiled Deda RHM 02 bar and Zero 2 stem are slightly lighter and more expensive than the 01 spec models on the Sensa and Dolan.

How it rides

High value spec isn’t worth much without ride quality to back it up, but that’s no problem with the Ribble. Immediately you clip in and press the pedals, you can feel the purposeful power delivery of the oversized rear stays and Toray T1000/800 carbon fibre mix surging through to the road and firing you forward. While the added motors and battery of Di2 mean it’s slightly heavier than the other bikes here, it attacks climbs with aggressive ‘stand up’ rather than ‘gear down’ tenacity. Thanks to the aero features the speed carries on building with impressive ease as you whirr up through the gears on the flat. It stays there without too much topping up too and there’s enough accuracy and authority in the quick steering handling to keep the Mavic wheels that have sometimes seemed gusty on other bikes behaving fine on the Ribble. The second generation Mavic Yksion tyres with softer compound ‘Griplink’ front are reassuringly surefooted when you’re exploring the 883’s natural urge to charge into corners hard and hug the tightest line too. They also let you make the most of the outstandingly positive and feedback rich power of the direct mount brakes. While firm wheel and frame feel means you have to be a bit more wary of potholes or pock marked surfaces than a smoothie like the Sensa, the Aero 883 always stayed on the acceptably purposeful rather than punishing side of the comfort coin. It’s certainly forgiving enough to take day rides or even multi day charity epics in it’s stride without leaving you walking like John Wayne and given the top value price you’ll have change spare to sponsor yourself too.

Verdict

Ribble’s Aero 883 is naturally rapid and aggressive when it comes to accelerating, climbing and cornering without being uncomfortable on multi-day missions. It’s outstanding value for a Di2 equipped bike too.

Score: 9

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Dries
Great bike for a nice price!
I like the shape and the color of the aero frame. Ribble is not a common brand here in Belgium but every ride I get a jealous look from other riders.
Sonners
What a machine. It just wants to go fast! So much fun to ride. Munches the flat as well as the hills and the custom paint work is the cherry on top. Very very happy with it. :)
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