With a little more relaxed geometry vs. a conventional road race frame, the Equilibrium is our lightweight steel all-rounder, ideally suited to big mile rides where comfort, speed and efficiency are the top priorities. The surefooted geometry, spritely steel frame and lightweight carbon fork work wonders to smooth out and tame the worst of the UK's broken roads and will have you descending and cornering like you're on rails!
The Equilibrium 20 represents the ideal pairing of classical looks with modern performance for a fast yet comfy ride.
Thanks to the heat-treatment process and the resultant increased tensile strength, Reynolds are able to draw the tubes a little thinner walled without sacrificing the frames
Mudguard eyelets front and rear combined with 57mm long-drop brake calliper mounts and bags of clearance make fitting full-length mudguards a doddle.
The sleek, colour-matched, carbon legged/alloy steerer fork is the perfect complement to the Reynolds 725 frame, offering significant weight saving, confidence-inspiring handling and helping to reduce 'road-buzz' transmitted up through the handlebar.
Look closed and you'll see the initials TR (Tom Ritchey) overlayed over one another in the cast dropout. Not only are they pleasing to the eye, they offer a larger weld surface area for the chainstay and seatstay to help stiffen the rear end.
|Seat Tube Length (mm)||470||490||510||530||550||570|
|Horizontal Toptube Length (mm)||530||538||545||558||567||578|
|Headtube Length (mm)||125||132||140||150||160||170|
|Chanstay Length (mm)||413||413||413||413||413||413|
|BB Drop (mm)||72||72||72||72||72||72|
|Wheelbase Length (mm)||981||989||996||1005||1014||1025|