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With five cyclocross world championships and an incredible number of national titles to its credit, Belgian brand Ridley can be rightly said to be residing at the center of the cyclocross universe. The Ridley X-Fire/SRAM Rival Complete Bike is part of its stable of winning cyclocross bikes; Ridley has been working hand-in-hand with world champions for over a decade, and their requests for innovations have created the unique features that propel the X-Fire ahead of the competition and onto the podium.

The Ridley X-Fire/SRAM Rival Complete Bike features a frame constructed of 24-ton carbon fiber, and a full carbon 4ZA Oryx fork. This combination gives the X-Fire just the right amount of stiffness to enable quick acceleration and pickup for dig-in-slippery climbs, but not so much as to break your body apart when you bunny-hop the barrier. Ridley's field experience has also bred a few frame designs that you'll be happy to have when you're running in the mud. For one, the X-Fire has a squared down tube that's more comfortable to put on a shoulder or in a hand on in the runs, and it in turn stiffens the bottom bracket juncture for direct crank efficiency. For protection from the elements and those times when you're running with the bike, Ridley incorporated internal cable routing for the shift cables and the rear brake line. The Oryx fork uses a massive 1-1/8 by 1-1/2in fork crown that eliminates brake chatter and increases lateral rigidity. Ridley even designed the fork shape to shed excess dirt.

If you can think of it, Ridley has already done it. The X-Fire is the culmination of a long list of firsts from Ridley; the first full carbon cyclocross frame, the first over-sized carbon cross fork, and the first 1-1/8 by 1-1/2in cyclocross head tube. With a generous component package of a SRAM Rival shift system, SRAM Elita crankset, 4ZA Stratos saddle, FSA Stem/bars/seat post, and super-stiff Fulcrum Racing 7 wheels, the X-Fire SRAM/Rival complete bike is ready to take on the dirt right out of the box.

The Ridley X-Fire/SRAM Rival Complete Bike is available in six sizes from 48cm to 58cm, and in the color Black/white.

  • Oversized head tube and box-section downtube add stiffness to the front end to keep you on your line
  • Full-carbon fork soaks up the little bumps while keeping weight down
  • Fulcrum Racing 7 wheels are light but strong, so you can run fast and loose without worrying about whether your wheels will be able to handle the beating
  • The 4ZA cockpit components will take a beating and help keep you comfortable on even the most rugged course
  • Challenge Grifo tires grip in a variety of conditions to help decrease your tire arsenal

Tech Specs

Frame Material:
carbon fiber
Dropout Type:
Steer Tube Type:
carbon fiber
Fork Material:
carbon fiber
Fulcrum Racing 7
Front Derailleur:
SRAM Rival
Front Derailleur Mount:
34.9 mm
Rear Derailleur:
SRAM Rival
Cage Length:
SRAM Rival
SRAM elita
Chain Rings:
46 / 38 t
Crank Arm Length:
[54cm] 172.5 mm
Bottom Bracket:
1.125 - 1.125 in FSA
Brake Levers:
SRAM Rival
Brake Calipers:
FSA Omega Compact
Handlebar Width:
[54cm] 40 cm
Bar Tape:
SRAM Supercork
Stem Length:
[54cm] 110 mm
Stem Angle:
6 deg
12 - 27 T PG1070
Challenge Grifo 32 Pro
Tire Size:
700 c x 32 mm
FSA SL-280
4ZA Stratos
1190 g
Measured Effective Top-Tube Length:
[54cm] 54 cm
Recommended Use:
cyclocross, cycling, racing
Manufacturer Warranty:
5 years on frame

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What crank length comes with the 50cm

What crank length comes with the 50cm

mine came with a 170.I am checking on putting a 172.5 on it right now,and was looking to see what other people were saying

Hi, I really like the Ridley X-Fire, but...

Hi, I really like the Ridley X-Fire, but one thing the concerns me is the stand over height. I normally ride a 54cm in a road bike and I’ve always been told you should step down a size in cyclocross if you were thinking about racing. I was looking at the 52cm and the stand over seems quit high for a 52cm at 85cm seeing that I have a 81.5 inseam.

Ridley's own size chart puts a person of your leg length on a 50:

Give us a call if you'd like to discuss sizing in detail.

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Is this the 2011 model?

Is this the 2011 model?