Marco's Bosberg. Photo: Constantin Gerlach

Marco's Bosberg. Photo: Constantin Gerlach

THE BOSBERG 3.0

The Bosberg is a no nonsense race bike that’s as comfortable in elite racing as it is on a coffee ride. It shares a similar geometry and carbon mix to the Vlaanderen, but uses a standard seat post for more adjustability, and thinner seatstays to take the edge off those harsh roads.

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LIGHT CARBON I SEMI-MONOCOQUE CONSTRUCTION

It may not be quite as beefy as its big brother Vlaanderen, but it’s definitely a performer. Constructed using a Toray T700, T1000 and 30M carbon mix of medium and high modulus fibers, combined with proprietary carbon made in-house, the Bosberg is stiff, light and nimble. If you happen to be a weight weenie, the Bosberg is also the lightest Ritte, weighing in at a mere 825g-1000g (XS-XXL). When compared to the Vlaanderen, the Bosberg is an excellent choice for anyone who wants the convenience of a seat post and prefers lighter weight over pure power transfer.

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Other info: 

  • HOUSING IS ROUTED THROUGH FRAME
  • BB30 bottom bracket
  • 1-1/8" to 1 - 1/4" integrated headset (included)
  •  Front derailleur: braze-on
  • Max tire size: 25mm
  • Topper adjustment range: 1.5cm
  • Di2 Ready. 
  • Includes 31.6mm carbon post. 

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Bosberg from Push Cartel.

Bosberg from Push Cartel.