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Vantage Comp 1.0

Product code: BR10001REI

Size: 47cm, 50cm, 53cm, 55cm, 57cm, 59cm

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Vantage Comp 1.0

(2 customer reviews)

Did somebody say full carbon? Be the fastest you can be on the Vantage Comp 1.0, a light, aggressive full carbon fibre racing machine. Equipped with a Shimano 105 gearing and TRP HY/RD hydraulic discs, let the rest of the riders eat your dust.

Product code: BR10001REI


Size: 47cm, 50cm, 53cm, 55cm, 57cm, 59cm

SKU: N/A Categories: ,

Did you know that for every bike we sell (including this one) we will plant a tree? Yes, that’s correct. By buying a Reid, not only will you be getting an awesome bike at a great price, you’ll be planting a tree in the process, sustaining the environments that we love to ride in! Well done you!


At the heart of the Reid Vantage Comp 1.0 is a T700 Superlite high strength Carbon Fibre frameset with geometry optimised for racing. Dialled for balance, handling and speed, this head-turner Reid Vantage Comp 1.0 is ready to race and gives you all the features to stay out in front.


Frame T700 Superlite carbon fibre frame with race geometry, internal cabling, tapered headset and rear thru axle
Fork T700 Superlite carbon fibre with thru axle
Shifters 105 5880 STI 11 speed
Front derailleur Shimano 105 5801
Rear derailleur Shimano 105 5801
Freewheel / cassette Shimano 105 5800 11-speed cassette (11-32t)
Chainset Shimano Hollowtech II compact double chainset 34/50t
Chain KMC X11
Bottom bracket Shimano Hollowtech II
Brakes TRP HY/RD mechanically actuated hydraulic disc brakes
Brake Levers Shimano 105 5800 STI
Wheelset rim Alex ADT470 disc specific aero race rims
Hub Novatec thru axle sealed bearing disc specific race hubs
Tyres Contintal Grand Sport Race 700 x 25C
Handlebars Reid alloy oversize 31.8mm race bar with 120mm drop
Stem Reid oversize 31.8mm, 1-1/8″ A head threadless
Grips Reid by Velo custom grip tape
Saddle Reid by Velo custom race saddle
Seatpost Reid carbon fibre micro adjust


Main    Measurement    RC Length    Wheelbase    Front Center    BB Drop    Seat Tube Angle    Head Tube Angle    Seat Tube Length    Head Tube Length    Fork Rake/ Offset    Fork Length, Full    Top Tube Length
Measurement 44 cm 50 cm 53 cm 55 cm 57 cm 59 cm
Top Tube Length 515 523 555 555 575 589
Seat Tube Length 470 500 530 550 570 590
Head Tube Length 100 120 140 155 175 200
Seat Tube Angle 74.5 74,5 73.5 73.5 73 73
Head Tube Angle 71 72 75 72 73 74
RC Length 406 406 406 408 408 408
BB Drop 70 70 70 70 70 70
Fork Rake/ Offset 43 43 43 43 43 43
Front Centre 574 579 581 590 596 611
Wheelbase 970 975 977 988 993 1009

* Length measurements are in millimetres, unless otherwise stated.

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2 reviews for Vantage Comp 1.0

  1. Bikerex

    The Reid Vantage Comp 1.0 sure has a long list of positives for its impressive price tag. The braking, shifting, build quality, durability and general performance are exceptional for the money.

    What can’t be corrected is whether this type of bike is right for you. An endurance-style bike best serves the majority of riders and the fact is that much of the population may find more riding comfort on another option. In this case, we suggest not to be swayed by the immense value on offer and go with what is going to give you the best riding experience. If that riding experience you seek happens to be one of performance and you have the flexibility to make the most of it, then the Reid is certainly going to reward you for more than a fair price.

  2. Stu

    The Vantage is reasonably comfortable, a fact that can be attributed to a few canny choices design-wise. Firstly, the move to disc brakes means that there’s no bridge between the seat-stays, granting extra compliance to their already slender construction. The bike also comes stock with supple 25mm Continental tyres, mounted on a 21mm (internal) rim width, allowing lower pressures and a touch more cush. Further, the frame can accommodate up to 28mm tyres.

    The dialled back colour scheme is certainly a head turner and whenever I pulled up at lights or stopped at my local cafe there were plenty of compliments towards the matte navy and grey paintwork. The pictures really don’t do this colour scheme justice – it is full of subtle panache, turning heads without being flashy.

    One thing to note is the potential for toe overlap on this bike. Admittedly, I do have stupidly large canoes for feet (US size 13), but even on the large frame, I still found myself clipping the front wheel from time to time due to the tight front end. Granted, I have massive clown feet, but it’s something to be mindful of.

    Overall this bike is full of well-thought-out details that you wouldn’t normally see at this price range – internal cabling, through-axles and a full carbon setup (including seat post) are all welcome additions to this bike and a neat demonstration of Reid’s evolution.

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