Ritte Ace Review


It is no news that bikes are one of the most loved automobiles and seem to be demanded by everyone. It is a versatile automobile capable of performing many activities such as touring town anew, going on adventures with friends, and even mountain climbing with pals. Bikes are involved in almost all of man’s life and help carry out daily activities like visiting friends close by, going to school, purchasing one or two from the shopping mall, and many more. The most exciting and sweetest part of a bike is its ease, which allows you to transport yourself effectively with no skin pain. Long rides with bikes are fun, help you manage stress, and improve your mental health. But we should not forget that the quality of bike you purchase will determine your quality of ride. A good bike must have quality such as good braking, wind-resistant, excellent aerodynamics, and, lastly, must be light. The Ritte Ace provides you with all this and more. It is comfortable, balanced, and provides you with a sweet and quality ride.

Ritte Ace

When looking for a comfortable, fast, and agile bike, the Ritte Ace should be one of the first choices on your list. The bike is one of many US-designed bikes that want to be Belgian, which we see from Lion of Flanders is on the head badge as seen from the company name. It was gotten from the 1919 winner of the tour of fanders Henri “Ritte” Van Lerberghe, who won using a borrowed bike with the biggest margin in the competition’s history. The company founder, spencer cannon, had a liking for bikes and nice cars. It is no secret that the Ritte Ace bikes drew inspiration from vintage cars of the ’60s and ’70s, which can be seen from their design and colorways. Since 2010, Ritte’s motto was proudly traveled upstream to be known as ‘bicycles for fun and glory.’.

Since 2015, the Ritte Ace has been the number one in Ritte’s road bike inventory, intended to be a true racing machine – a promise it lives up to. The Ace has excellent acceleration and shows perfection in both rigidity and comfort. The handling is also well precise on the flat, but steep and sinuous descents left some amateur riders with a little uncertainty, expecting a more inspiring and confident front end.

In both Germany and the UK, bikes are mostly available as frame kits with optional build kits, so there is no need to talk on lightweight SRAM Red components that it carries. The Zipp 404 wheels are a good option for regular use but are a little susceptible to side winds, so 303-ers should be a better choice.


It has a very light and reliable SRAM Red groupset

It has great acceleration

It shows virtual perfection in terms of rigidity and comfort

It contains a HiFi EP Anti-Flutter 38 mm Carbon Clinchers.


Frameset: Ritte Ace

Groupset: Shimano Dura-Ace 9150 Di2 with 50-34T chainring, 11-30T cassette, and 165 mm

Headset: FSA Carbon Integrated

Bottle cages: Ritte Carbon

Wheelset: HiFi EP Anti-Flutter 38 mm Carbon Clinchers Bottom bracket: Praxis PF30 68 mm

Drivetrain: SRAM Red 22

Gears: Chainrings: 50/34 | Cassette: 11-26

Brakes: SRAM Red 22

Tires: Vee Tire Co. Apache 25mm

Wheelset: Zipp 404

Weight: 6,78 kg

Price: From € 2,899 (Framesetcrank arms

Pedals: Shimano Dura-Ace PD-R9100 SPD-SL

Tires: IRC Roadlite 25 mm

Tubes: Schwalbe SV15 60 mm Presta Valve

Saddle: PRO Stealth Stainless 142 mm

Seat post: Ritte Carbon

Seat post clamp: PRO Performance 34.9 mm

Stem: PRO Vibe Alloy 100 mm with Shimano Di2 Integration

Handlebar: PRO Vibe Alloy 400 mm with Shimano Di2 Integration


It has a solid ride, excellent design

It has a Comfy geometry


The front-end could be more confidence-inspiring


Who should you buy a Ritte Ace? Well, if you’re looking for a performance bike, then the Ace should be your first choice with its flawless setup and stylish modesty, which is rare for Ritte. For less confident riders, the Ace offers you a touch of little smoothness and stability at the front.

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