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Carbon Ultegra Road Bike
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Item # RID009T

Fenix Carbon Ultegra Complete Road Bike

Though we can only aspire to the greatness of those who push their way through the spring classics, and the Napoleonic-era cobbles of 'Roubaix, we see no fault in coveting a bike that's done just that, like Ridley's Fenix Carbon Ultegra Complete Road Bike. Now, the groupset may be admittedly an unlikely feature under the Greipel, but for those of us who are still aspiring, and haven't yet signed a contract, this Fenis is an ideal stage for us to train, race, or simply ride.

The key to the frame's limitless ride is Ridley's artful layup of vibration devouring 24 ton unidirectional carbon fiber. While the harsher, purely weight-focused frames in Ridley's line use 50 to 60 ton moduli, the Fenix's carbon strikes a balance between smoothing the road and promoting rigid efficiency. Potholes, cobblestones, and other road hazards — which may feel like repeated hammer blows to the kidneys on 60 ton carbon — take on all the disagreeability of crosswalk paint. We do occasionally tire of wantonly riding over road obstacles, though. In such cases, the stiff, tapered head tube nets responsive steering to dodge through debris with ease.

Comfort and handling aside, the Fenix is meant to get angry when the road turns up or when you start turning the screws. The built-up bottom bracket junction, PressFit 30 bottom bracket, and burly chainstays address power transfer needs, ensuring that comfort doesn't come at the cost of a uselessly wagging drivetrain spine during hard efforts. The seat tube is also squared-off at the bottom with gradually softening edges as it rises to the seat collar. In our experience on this frame, that shaping makes for less lateral flex where we're putting power into the road and a more compliant ride across everything from buzzing chip seal to particularly punishing railroad crossings.

This particular build is finished off with Shimano's crisp-shifting Ultegra groupset, along with a smattering of FSA in the mix. This grouppo strikes a balance between the weight-saving concerns of race day, and pocket-friendlier application, enabling those of us who have to keep our bank account in mind to experience Shimano's precision, without the hurt of a full Dura-Ace group.

  • An endurance steed capable of devouring spring classics
  • 24-ton carbon layup is stiff, but damps vibrations
  • Burly chainstays and PF30 combine for supportive base
  • Diamond shape tubing reinforces for impact resistance
  • Frame balances weight, performance, strength, stiffness
  • Longer rear triangle increases stability and comfort
  • Shimano's Ultegra derailleurs offer clean shifting

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Tech SpecsGeometry
Tech Specs
Frame Material
24T HM Unidirectional Carbon
Fenix C, 24T HM Unidirectional Carbon
Shimano Ultegra 8000
Front Derailleur
Shimano Ultegra 8000
Rear Derailleur
Shimano Ultegra 8000
FSA Gossamer Pro
Chainring Sizes
50 - 34t
Bottom Bracket
Shimano 105
Cassette Range
11 - 30t
KMC 11-speed
Forza Stratos
Brake Type
Forza Stratos
Forza Stratos
Forza Stratos
Forza RC31
Front Axle
9mm quick-release
Rear Axle
130mm quick-release
Vittoria Zaffiro wire
Recommended Use
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
5 years on frame
a Seat Tube(c-c)
b Seat Tube(c-t)
c Effective Top Tube
d Stack
e Reach
f Stand Over
g Head Tube
h Head Tube Angle
i Seat Tube Angle
j Bottom Bracket Height
k Bottom Bracket Drop
l Chainstay
m Wheelbase
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Great bike

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The Ridley Fenix is a great bike, a perfect fit, for about 85% of the population out there. The geometry is not slammed low up front, It's comfortable over a longer distance, the ultegra groupset is outstanding. Ridley just does a phenomenal job on their frames, I've owned most of what they've produced. Overall I love the Fenix but for a pure race bike it's a bit soft. This like if you're standing up to sprint all out our similar on a climb. Really not an issue unless you're racing and not as worried about comfort, but more worried about winning. That being said, André Greipel did win a stage of the tour on one so what do I know.
Ridley bike run BIG, I am 5'7" and ride an XS and have ridden an XXS if I want an aggressive fit. the S is WAY to big for me.

First road bike.. hopefully my last!

    I am loving this bike so far, in determining size -- Ridley frames run pretty long so I sized down to an XXS. I'm 5'3'' 31" inseam for reference.