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Ridley Fenix/Campagnolo Record Complete Road Bike - 2014

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The wait is over for a ProTour-level build from the masterminds at Ridley. After carefully selecting their renowned carbon Fenix frameset as a starting platform, they built up the machine using a sound blend of some of the best components available. With a top-shelf Campy drivetrain, Deda cockpit, and Fulcrum wheels, the new Fenix/Campagnolo Record Complete Road Bike is ready for your most demanding races.

Starting with the frame, Ridley tuned the Fenix to combine the best attributes of its Damocles and Excalibur lines. But, you're probably wondering what exactly these are? Well, starting with strength, Ridley incorporated the same Sharp Edge tube design that was developed for its first carbon frame, the Damocles. Essentially, the engineering ideology at work here is that of form following function. If you've ever taken a gander at Ridley's logo, you'll notice the Ridley "R" encased in the outline of a diamond. This isn't just a flamboyant demonstration of Belgian wealth and prosperity. In fact, it's a representation of Ridley's design philosophy — taking cues from natural, proven designs. Accordingly, Ridley has designed the oversized carbon tubing with the shape of the diamond in mind. The "sharp edge" means that the focused areas of the carbon layup are at the edges of the tubing. This not only guarantees a high level of strength and impact resistance, but it also translates to a lightweight composition. So, like the Damocles, the strength lies at the forefront, but with pages taken from the svelte Excalibur, the Fenix's strength-to-weight ratio goes off the charts.

Ridley also placed a focus on lowering the overall weight, while increasing stability and comfort. Accordingly, the Fenix has been constructed from a 24-ton, high modulus carbon fiber. This means that the carbon is designed to withstand 24 tons of pressure per square millimeter. So, the stronger the carbon fiber, the less material needs to be used. And the less material used means a lower overall frame weight. However, the light carbon design also translates to heightened levels of rigidity, which directly lends itself to an efficient power transfer to the rear triangle. Complementing this attribute are the Fenix's asymmetrical chainstays, oversized tube junctures, a press fit BB30 bottom bracket, and a tapered, 1.125 x 1.5in head tube.

For comfort, the Fenix features a tapered design down the seatstays that thin towards the middle before regaining their original size at the axle. Essentially, this creates a forced flex area for shock absorption on rough roads. And further along these lines, Ridley also gave the frame a medium-height head tube for increased vibration absorption and a comfortable position in the saddle. However, this isn't to say that this is a cushy gran fondo design. In fact, Mr. Greipel and the Lotto-Belisol riders opted to ride the Fenix for the 2013 season. The tall, tapered head tube also permits a high level of stability, maneuvering, and control across the gamut of speed. These features are further accentuated by the use of Ridley's tried and true 4ZA carbon fiber fork.

For the build, Ridley spec'd the Fenix with a full Campagnolo Record groupset. The crankset is the Record 50/34t compact, paired with a 12-25t cassette out back. For the cockpit, the build features a Deda 35 handlebar and stem. Topping the post is a Selle San Marco saddle, and in terms of wheels, the bike rolls on a pair of Fulcrum Racing 5 wheels that've been cased in Continental's proven GP4000 tires.

The Ridley Fenix/Campagnolo Record Complete Bike - 2014 is available in five sizes from X-Small to X-Large and in the color White.

Tech Specs

Frame Material:
24T high-modulus carbon fiber
4ZA carbon
Fork Material:
carbon fiber
FSA Integrated Tapered Headset
Campagnolo Record 11
Front Derailleur:
Campagnolo Record 11
Rear Derailleur:
Campagnolo Record 11
50 / 34 T Campagnolo Record
Bottom Bracket:
12 - 25 T Campagnolo Chorus 11
Deda 35
Deda 35
Selle San Marco
Fulcrum Racing 5
Continental GP4000
Tire Size:
700 c x 23 mm
Claimed Weight:
[size 56cm] 16.6 lbs
Recommended Use:
road cycling, racing
Manufacturer Warranty:
5 years on frame

sizing chart

Bike size by rider height


Geometry chart


Geometry Chart



Seat Tube


Effective Top Tube






Head Tube


Head Tube Angle


Seat Tube Angle


Bottom Bracket Drop




XXS 45cm 51.5cm 50.5cm 38cm 11cm 72o 75o 6.8cm 40.5cm 96.9cm
XS 48cm 52.5cm 53cm 37.5cm 13cm 72o 74o 6.8cm 40.5cm 97.4cm
S 51cm 54.5cm 54.5cm 38.5cm 14.5cm 73o 73.5o 6.6cm 40.5cm 97.7cm
M 54cm 56.5cm 57.5cm 39cm 17.5cm 73.5o 73o 6.6cm 40.5cm 99cm
L 57cm 58.5cm 60.2cm 40cm 20.5cm 73.5o 72.5o 6.3cm 40.8cm 100.3cm
XL 60cm 60cm 62.5cm 40.5cm 23cm 74o 72.5o 6.3cm 40.8cm 101.2cm

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Responded on January 15, 2015

A 175mm crank is relatively long for a small frame. Is that typical for small frames or maybe due to relative geometry of a small frame?

Hi Charles, yes you are correct, most manufactures will spec the bikes with the proportional cranks, handle bars and stems. For some reason Ridley spec'd this bike with all 175 crank arms. If you would like a smaller crank we can sell you the size of your choice or that fits you better at a discounted price. Please contact us if you have any other questions.

Can you provide some part spec info on a small frame build ?

Crank size - 172.5 ?

Stem - 100mm ?

Handlebar width 42cm or 44cm ?

Thanks - Eddie

We had our gear guru's take a look at the small that's currently in stock. They found that Ridley put this bike together with handlebars that are 40 cm center to center, crank arms 175 mm and stem of 110 mm.

perfect all arounder

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Excellent balance between the Helium and the Noah. Not quite as race oriented in either direction but completely capable of racing. Super comfortable geometry and the frame still performs like a high end frame. I rode this bike with upgraded wheels in the HED ardennes and 3T carbon bars and it was phenomenal. I don't know if you can get a better performing bike without spending 5 grand. With the setup mentioned it was incredibly stable in high winds in all directions. The Fenix was confident descending with no sketchy wobbles, and still climbed perfectly. I think the only complaints I would have, if you can call them that, is the couple upgrades I would do to get the ultimate ride out of this bike. I can help you with sizing as the Ridley's are a little tricky, email me directly at

Great bike and spec.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is my second Ridley and I highly recommend. As a former racer and active cyclist for over thirty years, this is a great bike. Comfortable stable ride and responsive when you ask it to perform. I rode my last Ridley in the Paris Roubaix challenge and climbed it to the highest points of the Alps. I plan to do the same with this one as it is a great all around bicycle. If I had a complaint it would be the fulcrum wheels which are average, but easy enough to upgrade. At this price point, the Ridley Fenix with full Campy Record is hard to beat. I replaced the saddle, seatpost, sold the fulcrums and put on a pair of custom built wheels. She is as light as some of my buddies rides that cost substantially more.

What is total weight of the bike?

What is total weight of the bike?

Hey Robert,

This is the weight we have listed; White, S: 7,650g. That will vary slightly depending on the frame size.