The Satyr

The road hasn’t always been paved. In fact, there haven’t always been roads. Or paths. Or tracts. Or trails. Somewhere along the way we became less rugged, more fearful of the woods and the desert. We became serious and conservative, riding for structured training rather than fun. It’s time to balance it all out - the racing, the training, the wooded adventures.

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.

Taking cues from our All-Road Phantom, the Satyr dials it up to 11. But you’d expect nothing less, this thing’s got horns! The Satyr clears a 700x43c tire to tackle tough terrain, but it turns in with an eagerness many road bikes can’t match. It’s equipped with a T47 bottom bracket and internal cable routing, to keep your cables protected through the harshest conditions. Flat mount disc brakes with thru axles front and rear keep you in control. The Enve gravel fork up front provides direct, confident steering input and comes in differing rakes to suit each frame size perfectly. The Satyr’s custom Reynolds tubeset is stiff where you need it, but tames the trail chatter in a manner that only steel can accomplish.

From the dirt roads of the Berkshires to the back country trails of the Sierra Nevadas, the Satyr has been in testing all year proving it’s capabilities. It’s the bike that truly can ride right out the front door - road to trail it gallops along happily, easily earning it’s name.

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).


Shipping the second week of January.

Tech Specs
  • Tom Kellogg design
  • Reynolds 725 tubing
  • Differing tube diameters & tube wall thicknesses selected for each frame size to deliver tuned ride characteristics across all sizes
  • Enve forks
  • Differing fork rakes selected for each frame size to deliver tuned handling characteristics across all sizes
  • 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
  • 43 mm tire clearance
  • 27.2mm Seatpost
  • IS42/52 Headset for 1 1/8" (28.6mm) upper and 1.5 (40mm) lower

The frameset includes frame, fork, seat collar, thru-axles, and all guides/plugs/grommets etc for any type of build (electronic or mech).


Build Specs
Component Shimano RX600 GRX Shimano RX800 GRX SRAM Force/Eagle eTap AXS Mullet Custom
Groupset Shimano RX600 1x Mechanical Shifting w/ Hydraulic Disc Brakes Shimano RX800 1x Mechanical Shifting w/ Hydraulic Disc Brakes SRAM Force eTap AXS Shifters, brakes, and crankset paired to an Eagle AXS cassette and rear derailleur. Wireless shifting with hydraulic brakes. Email us at and we would be honored to build your dream spec!
Wheelset Hunt 4Season Gravel Disc Hunt 4Season Gravel Disc X-Wide Enve G23 Carbon Gravel Wheels
Bar/Stem/Seatpost FSA Alloy (in rider selected lengths/widths) FSA Energy Alloy (in rider selected lengths/widths) Enve Carbon Road Stem, Enve Carbon Gravel Handlebar, Enve Carbon Seatpost
Saddle Fabric Scoop Fabric Scoop Fabric Scoop
Tires WTB Venture 40c WTB Venture 40c WTB Venture 40c Tubeless
Headset Cane Creek Cane Creek Cane Creek 110
Note: Riders may choose their gearing, crank lengths, stem lengths, and bar widths on all builds

Size Seat Tube Head Tube Head Angle Top Tube Seat Angle Stack Reach Wheelbase BB Drop Rear Center Front Center Fork rake
XS 491 95 71.5 525 74 530 372 1002 80 435 581 50
S 512 115 72 540 73.5 551 376 1009 80 435 587 50
M 523 130 72 555 73.5 563 387 1025 78 435 603 50
L 539 145 72.5 565 73 580 388 1023 78 435 600 47
XL 551 160 73 578 72.5 592 392 1028 74 435 604 47
XXL 564 175 73 592 72.5 606 401 1042 74 435 618 47
Frame Size Height Range*
XS 5’0” - 5’4” (152 - 162CM)
S 5’3” - 5’8” (160 - 172CM)
M 5’6” - 5’10” (168 - 178CM)
L 5’9” - 6’2” (175 - 188CM)
XL 6’0” - 6’4” (183 - 193CM)
XXL 6’3”+ (190CM+)

*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 and we would be glad to make sure you get the best fitting bike possible.

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