Whereas Ceepo’s original “gravel-capable” frame, the Mamba-R
, was an uncompromising race-focused machine with little to no creature comforts, the new Ceepo Rindo
takes its place in the Ceepo lineup as an “aggressive all-rounder” that’ll go the distance. Don’t get us wrong, it’s still a Ceepo bike, so you’ll still get all the race-bred, aero-focused design you’d expect like the fully-integrated, cable-free front end, an airfoil downtube, and a one-piece carbon fork, but it’s not strictly business like the UCI-legal Mamba before it.
See, unlike the Mamba, the Ceepo Rindo isn’t scared of a long day (or days) in the saddle. In fact, Ceepo says the Rindo’s front end is frame-bag-friendly, and the frame itself is engineered to accept both 700c and 650b wheelsets with tires up to 700x45mm or 650bx2.1.
Combine that with the Rindo’s longer wheelbase and reinforced carbon frame, and you’ve got a Ceepo that’s built to handle just about everything from pavement to light singletrack with a racing pedigree and all-day comfort to boot.
Please take note the frame will be available for end of February 2022.