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VAN RYSEL Ref. 8771104 4672418

Road Bike RCR PRO Shimano Ultegra DI2 with Power Sensor - Mahogany Brown

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This bike has been designed for racers, for whom aero balance, lightness and rigidity are an obsession. RCR stands for "racer", since it's exactly what it's for



frame and fork validated in the wind tunnel


7.2 kg in size M (when fitted with TLR).


2x12 drive train


100% carbon frame and fork

Braking power

Hydraulic disc brakes for powerful, progressive braking


The RCR range

The RCR range is a real treat for cyclists who want a complete bike with no compromises. For this bike, performance was our priority. The cross-sections of every tube have been calculated to be as efficient as possible in the main wind angles (-15°/+15°).

This bike falls into the aero-light category: an optimum balance of lightness, rigidity and aerodynamics has been found to make this an exceptional bike.

If you're after a bike that's designed to win races, look no further than the RCR!

What's the difference between the RCR and the RCR Pro?

What makes a carbon frame is its geometry, its shapes and its layup. The layup is how the carbon fibres are assembled. Not all fibres have the same properties.

On the frame of the RCR, we only use high-modulus fibres. On the RCR PRO, we've chosen exceptional fibres that make the bike stiffer in the areas that are put under the most stress and that slightly reduce the weight.

The RCR PRO is ready to compete at the highest level.

A closer look at the frame

The RCR's frame weighs 830 g (painted) in size M

The RCR Pro's frame weighs 790 g (painted) in size M

The RCR's fork weighs 380 g (painted) in size M

The frame can take tyres up to 32 mm wide.

There may be slight variations in weight depending on the colour (+/- 50 g).

Raw carbon finish

The raw carbon finish, as the name suggests, reveals the carbon fibres beneath the satin varnish.

Each frame is unique, so it's normal to see visible fibres in different places.

This stylistic choice has the advantage of not using paint, which saves an average of a hundred grams on a frame.


We've integrated the parts of the headset so that the RCR steers smoothly while remaining easy to maintain.

DEDA x VAN RYSEL Superbox EVO: the stem is lightweight yet sufficiently rigid

XS: 80 mm

S: 90 mm

M : 100mm

L: 110mm

XL: 120 mm

DEDA SUPERZERO RS handlebar (carbon)

Deda measurements are taken from the ends (ex: a 400 mm handlebar measured between axles = a 420 mm handlebar from Deda)

Width between axles:

XS/S: 400 mm

M/L: 420 mm

XL: 440mm

Shimano Ultegra DI2 groupset + Stages power sensor

This RCR is equipped with a full Shimano Ultegra DI2 12S groupset. A power meter is a must for cyclists who want to plan their training to help them improve.

We chose Stages Cycling sensors for their reliability and excellent accuracy.

This is the Stage Power sensor (left crank)

Total drive train weight: 2717 g

Shimano Ultegra 12s drive train

SHIFTER: Shimano Ultegra R 8170

Front derailleur: Shimano Ultegra R8150

Rear derailleur: Shimano Ultegra R 8150 (34 T Max)

Cassette: Shimano Ultegra R8100 11/30

Bottom bracket: Shimano Ultegra R8100 52/36

Crank length according to bike size

XS/S: 170 mm

M: 172.5mm

L: 175 mm

Shimano 12S chain

Drive train maintenance

Please note that it is important to regularly service your drive train, especially if you ride in difficult conditions (wet and/or dirty roads).

Regular maintenance will help your drive train to last for longer.

You should regularly check your chain with our chain wear indicator,

which is available on our website.

Lifespan of a drive train

When buying a bike, it's important to take into account the cost of servicing it, especially as regards the drive train.

The amounts below are averages and are given so that you have a general idea of what to expect. They will of course vary depending on the care you take of your drive train.

The average lifespan of a well-maintained chain is 5000 km.

The average lifespan of a cassette is 10,000-12,000 km.

A poorly maintained chain can jump, which can damage your bike's frame.

Disc brakes

Shimano Ultegra RTCL 800 disc brake with 160 mm discs in front and 140 mm in back.

The ULTEGRA disc brakes are hydraulic. This gives you more progressive, more powerful braking.

You will need to bed these brakes in. Simply brake gradually 20 times at a low speed (20 km/h), then repeat at 30 km/h. Make sure to bed in both brakes.

Bedding in creates more friction between the disc and brake pad.

Hydraulic brake maintenance

Hydraulic brakes function using a closed circuit between your brake lever and your caliper.

There is a hose to maintain the seal.

With time, you'll see a normal loss of pressure in your hoses, leading to a loss of braking efficiency. When your brake guard is too soft, or you stop short against your handlebar, you need to bleed your system. This requires specific tools and knowledge.

Warning and adjustment

PLEASE NOTE:never squeeze the brakes without a wheel being attached, as you could get the brake pads stuck together.

If the rotor is touching the pads, here's how to realign the caliper:

- Brake hard and tighten the caliper at the same time

- If the problem persists, go to the nearest store.

Shimano Ultegra 8170 wheels

The Shimano Ultegra C36 wheels have an excellent stiffness-to-weight ratio. They are extremely easy to use, no matter the terrain, and their versatility makes them stand out.

The aerodynamics have been improved compared to prior versions, particularly against side winds.

These wheels have conical bearings for good robustness and easier maintenance.

Profile height: 36 mm

Internal width: 21 mm

Weight per pair: 1488 g

Michelin Power Cup black tyre

Boost your confidence with the Michelin Power Cup road tyre for competitions and training. This tyre is used by the Cofidis team for competitions. It has been directly inspired by MotoGP technology, bringing you speed and performance.

It's light and reliable thanks to the Michelin Aramid Shield technology and the 3 x 120 TPI carcass. The Michelin GUM-X compound grips the road well and keeps you stable on both dry and wet ground.

700x28 : pressure between 4 and 6.5 bar

240 g

Tubeless or inner tube

We recommend switching your tyres to tubeless using the tubeless valve that comes with this bike.

Tubeless is more comfortable and more efficient, and the tyres can self-repair when you get small punctures.

Of course, you should always carry an inner tube in your repair kit, just in case your tyre gets a slightly bigger puncture.


RCR carbon seat post

Dimensions by bike size: XXS: 271

XS: 316

S: 331

M: 356

L/XL: 406

FIZIK ARGO VENTO R5 saddle or FIZIK ANTARES R5 saddle, depending on version.

These racing saddles developed in partnership with professional racers have a short nose to promote stability and relieve pressure on the soft tissue area.

Weight: 225 g (140 mm)


Sold without pedals


Please refer to the bike frame geometry table.

If you're between sizes, a shorter bike is better if you want something serious and lively. However, if you want to be comfortable when riding long distances, the bigger size is your best bet.



Bike frame: 100.0% Carbon

Tips for storage and maintenance



Parts guarantee

Our carbon frames and forks come with a 5-year warranty.