Bike of The Week: Ritte Phantom Steel

A legacy designer gives it one last shot


Ritte has been a  SoCal brand for a few years and as a new carbon frame is in the works,  they are jumping into the new year with a duo of steel bikes; the Phantom road and Satyr gravel bikes, both which feature elegantly made frames made with Reynolds steel tubes and designed by legacy east coast frame builder Tom Kellogg .

The elegant seatstay bridge is a nice touch. There’s room for up to a 30mm tire.

The Phantom is available as a complete bike or a frameset with three stock build packages, each including rider-choice gearing and cockpit sizing.


Phantom Specs:
Tom Kellogg design – progressive all-road geometry
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
700×32 mm tire clearance
2 bottle cage mounts
Price: $2250 frameset, builds from $3800 (Global Pricing TBC)
Custom Paint Option
Build Levels: Shimano 105 | Shimano Ultegra | SRAM Red AXS + ENVE | Full Custom
Contact: Ritte Cycles
Tom Kellogg has been designing and building high-performance bikes for decades.


The overall attention to frame details and craftsmanship is very impressive.



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