Rondo Bikes at Eat Sleep Cycle

Rondo bikes are the new kids on the Eat Sleep Cycle block.

If you have not heard of Rondo then you need to ride one of their bikes. Get on the bike and you’ll understand why their “get to the point” messaging is so powerful. “Less talking and more riding” and “Less bullshit and more performance” are messages that ring home with us at Eat Sleep Cycle who ourselves try to focus on our product and service rather than talking about it.

We were first attracted to Rondo bikes for their wonderful entry level Ruut Aluminium gravel bike, starting at €1,849. It is a hitter for the Spanish market who are still getting into gravel. We fell in love with their Ruut titanium version and have been amazed by the excellent quality.

We love the fact that Rondo bikes are manufactured in Europe, more precisely Poland, and that this innovative “cut through the crap” brand can show some of the bigger more established brands how to make a great bike.

We like the bikes so much we have already added them to our rental fleet so you can try one on your next visit to Girona.

Enough said. Time to ride.

Written by Lee Comerford
I am co-founder of Eat Sleep Cycle. For 8 years we have created custom cycling experiences in Europe and beyond. We help our guests experience the very best cycling in Europe including Girona, the Pyrenees, Tuscany and the Dolomites, the French Alps, Andalucia and beyond. We specialize in customizing cycling experiences for groups, agencies and our corporate partners. We believe in empowering and motivating the local community to cycle so we also run vibrant Cycling Hubs in Girona and Málaga. Our Hubs are a place you can find all your cycling needs from bike hire to cyclist friendly food and great coffee. Through 10 years working as an engineer, operations manager and sales manager, the bike was always my escape – venturing to new places, meeting new people, seeing amazing things, suffering a bit. Now my focus is helping others to enjoy that same escape, whatever the level, age or nationality. I believe that cycling brings people together and Eat Sleep Cycle was born through this desire. Our vision is to bring down barriers through exploring the world on 2 wheels.