Bigger, badder, and smoother than ever - the new Satyr 2.0 in Titanium is proudly Made in the USA with design influence by the legendary Tom Kellogg himself.
Now with clearance for 700x50c or 650x2.2" tires and compatibility with all of your favorite 1x and 2x drivetrains the Satyr 2.0 is ready for any terrain you can throw at it.
The Satyr 2.0 Titanium frames are built to order in Portland, Oregon. These models are based off of our tried and tested off-road geometry with the option to customize to suit most fit needs. Stock or custom, the Satyr is your best woodland companion.
Satyr 2.0 Titanium framesets take 6-8 weeks to complete. Full builds are generally 8-10 weeks. We stock a wide range of SRAM AXS groupset options in both 1x and 2x to build you dream bike.
The Satyr was a mythical forest creature known to the Romans as a woodland God (and a bit of a party animal), and it’s also the newest Ritte. The embodiment of fun and rowdiness, the Satyr was a man built atop the legs of a goat. And climb like a goat the new Satyr does. It goes down smooth too, with geometry influenced by Tom Kellogg’s years of designing frames for championship winning racers mixed with his dirt riding prowess.
The original Satyr took cues from our Phantom all-road bike and turned the volume to 11. The new Satyr 2.0 is louder than loud, Spinal Tap wouldn't even know what to do with it. Massive 700x50c, or 650x2.2", clearances and a more off-road centric geometry make warp speed feel serene while turning chunder into tarmac. We're not saying it'll make you a shredder...who are we kidding, we're saying exactly that.
Backed by the frame design magic of a legendary custom builder, Tom Kellogg, the Satyr 2.0 hasn't lost its confidence and comfort while transiting between trail sections. A capable rig for rides big and small, rough or road.
Equipped with the new Enve Adventure fork for additional tire clearance and cargo capacity the Satyr will take you camping, single track shredding, dirt road rambling and everything in between. Compatible with both 1x and 2x drivetrains, we can build yours any way you see fit.
The T47 threaded bottom bracket conceals all the cables internally, a Ritte trademark. Meanwhile, the oversized downtube coupled with a custom swaged and tapered top tube provide unparalleled front end stability and precise turn in.
The Satyr is the wild side of your drop bar stable, just begging you to turn every ride into a party. Egging you on - “slide into that corner,” “jump those roots,” “send it down that chute.” Is it a gravel bike? You could call it that. We just call it a bike for fun (and glory).
- Tom Kellogg design
- Handmade in Portland, Oregon USA
- Oversized titanium tubeset
- Swaged and tapered top tube for stiffness, stability, and increased comfort
- Ovalizing at all critical tube junctions for durability and a tuned ride
- Enve Adventure fork
- Compatibility for 1x and 2x drivetrains (mechanical and electronic)
- Dropper post compatibility
- T47 threaded bottom bracket
- Full internal cable routing (including internal through the bottom bracket area)
- Flat Mount Disc Brakes with clearance for 160mm rotors
- Fender ready - mounting points front and rear
- 3 bottle cage mounts
- 700x50c tire clearance or 650b x 2.2"
- Accepts 27.2mm Seatpost
- 44mm Headtube for ZS44/28.6 Upper and EC44/40 Lower
The frameset includes frame, fork, seat collar, thru-axles, and all guides/plugs/grommets etc for your choice of build.
Standard finish is brushed with etched logos, as shown. Optional upgrades include custom paint, bead blasting, and more.
Complete builds handled on a bespoke basis - contact us to customize. Starting around $6,950 well equipped with Rival AXS Electronic and HED Wheels
||5’0” - 5’4” (152 - 162CM)
||5’3” - 5’8” (160 - 172CM)
||5’6” - 5’10” (168 - 178CM)
||5’9” - 6’2” (175 - 188CM)
||6’0” - 6’4” (183 - 193CM)
*This is a rough guide, and we recognize that everyone is different. If you have any concern about fit or sizing please email us at email@example.com and we would be glad to make sure you get the best fitting bike possible.