Free 2-Day Shipping on Orders Over $50
  • Ridley SL Disc Road Bike Frameset
  • Ridley SL Disc Road Bike Frameset Detail
  • Ridley SL Disc Road Bike Frameset Detail
  • Ridley SL Disc Road Bike Frameset Detail
  • Ridley SL Disc Road Bike Frameset Detail
  • Ridley SL Disc Road Bike Frameset Detail
  • Ridley SL Disc Road Bike Frameset Detail
  • Ridley SL Disc Road Bike Frameset Detail
  • Ridley SL Disc Road Bike Frameset Detail
  • Ridley SL Disc Road Bike Frameset 3/4 Back
  • Ridley SL Disc Road Bike Frameset Detail
  • OptionsRidley -
  • Detail Images - Detail
  •  - Detail
  •  - Detail
  •  - Detail
  •  - Detail
  •  - Detail
  •  - Detail
  •  - Detail
  •  - 3/4 Back
  •  - Detail
SL Disc Road Bike Frameset
Sale 26% Off$1,599.99 $2,149.00

Item # RID007U

Find your size

Note: Actual inseam is not the same as pant inseam.How to measure

Recommended Size

We recommend a size in this bike.

EditMore details

Our size calculator is a starting point for finding the right size for you. To get personal advice talk to one of our fit experts at 1.888.276.7130 or chat now

Select options
  • Cancel
  • Select options
  • Dark Blue/Black/Red,XS ($1,599.99)
  • Dark Blue/Black/Red,S ($1,599.99)
  • Dark Blue/Black/Red,M ($1,599.99)
  • Dark Blue/Black/Red,L ($1,599.99)
Select package
  • Cancel
  • Select package
  • Frame Only
  • Shimano Ultegra R8020 Disc
  • Shimano Ultegra Di2 R8070 Disc
  • Shimano 105 R7020 Disc
  • Shimano Dura-Ace R9120 Disc
  • Shimano Dura Ace Di2 R9170 Disc
  • SRAM Force 1 Disc
  • SRAM Force 22 Disc
  • Campagnolo Super Record 12 Disc
  • Campagnolo Record 12 Disc
  • SRAM Force 1 AXS Disc
  • SRAM Force 2x AXS Disc
  • SRAM Red 1x AXS Disc
  • SRAM Red 2x AXS Disc
  • 100% Guaranteed Returns
Item # RID007U

Fenix SL Disc Road Bike Frameset

If we said that it took some convincing for disc brakes to start grasping a hold in the peloton it would be an understatement. It was a bit more like pulling teeth with the pros, but for most riders, it doesn't take more than a day on discs to understand its benefits, which would explain why we've been seeing more disc-equipped bikes making their way first through the finish lines first in professional races. So, it should come as no surprise that Ridley's Fenix SL DiscRoad Bike Frameset is ready to tackle your most demanding rides be it over smooth roads or slick cobbles. It offers a stiff unidirectional carbon layup to transfer maximum power while soaking up vibrations from rural chip seal county roads, while its race-ready geometry doesn't forget that speed is an important element in having fun while you're out there. When you consider that Ridley hails from the capital of hard classic riders and races, you quickly realize that you have an able partner when giving it your all on your most heroic rides.

While this Fenix is more than capable in Flandrian sprint finishes and animated road race tactics, its combination of powerful disc brakes and artful layup of vibration devouring unidirectional carbon fibers expand its capabilities beyond buttery smooth pavement into roads (and paths) less traveled. In comparison to the super-stiff featherweight frames in Ridley's line that use up to 60-ton moduli, the Fenix SL utilizes a blend of 30-ton and 24-ton carbon to strike a balance between road-smoothing compliance, rigid efficiency, and race-worthy weight. Poorly graded gravel, cobbles, and other road hazards that would otherwise feel like jarring punches on a 60-ton carbon take on all the disagreeability of crosswalk paint, though the stiff, tapered head tube does provide responsive steering to dodge unrideable obstacles and skillfully dissects a winding canyon road.

Compared to the original Fenix, the Fenix Disc also has a slightly bigger wheelbase, measuring 2mm longer for a size medium. While this difference is more pronounced in the smaller sizes, even the bigger frames benefit from a more stable footing over packed gravel and tamer dirt roads. The adventure-minded cyclist will also appreciate the Disc model's increased tire clearance, allowing for bigger tires and maximum plushness and reliability on everything from epic rides over baking summer asphalt to winter base miles over slushy roads.

  • All-terrain capable steed with geometry for endurance
  • Carbon construction blends stiffness and compliance
  • Beefy bottom bracket shell for efficient power transfer
  • Endurance geometry balances comfort and responsiveness
  • Tapered head tube adds responsive control to tracking
  • Stop on a dime with hydraulic disc brakes
BuildTech SpecsGeometryWeight
Tech Specs
Frame Material
30T-24T high modulus, unidirectional carbon fiber
Wheel Size
Fenix SL Disc
Head Tube Diameter
1-1/8 - 1.5in tapered
Headset Included
yes, FSA IS
Bottom Bracket Type
Cable Routing
Front Derailleur Mount
Derailleur Pull
Brake Type
Flat Mount Disc (140-160mm rotor)
Compatible Components
mechanical, electronic
Seatpost Diameter
Seat Collar
Front Axle
12mm Thru-Axle
Rear Axle
12 x 142mm
Recommended Use
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
5 years
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
Find your size

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

Have questions? Chat with a Gearhead

[Medium] 1140g

Reviews & Community


Write a review

    Add a:
  • Photos
  • Videos

No file chosen

Rather attach a photo from your computer?


Only jpg, jpeg, png, gif or bmp files please.

Submit ReviewCancel
Avg. ride time: 5h 43m per week
  • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

I'm a believer!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have several race bikes that yield a stiff ride. I'm a big dude and after 70 miles on my BH G7, my body was taking a beating. I was looking for something that would cushion the road and allow me to enjoy longer rides without giving up too much performance. I became interested in this bike because I heard that it was used on the cobbles - and it often wins. Well, after researching the frame, I also saw that it was a favorite of Dan Lloyd of GCN. I mean - I'm an older guy but I still want to ride a steed - not a sofa! I bought it and built it up with Ultegra Di2 and Reynolds AR 58/62 X DBs.

I love it. I describe it as the spawn of a ballon and a rocket. It's plenty fast, yet extremely compliant. Just what the doctor ordered! Fun to ride, good handling, fast, and comfortable. You might not like my setup - but it does turn a lot of heads.

I'm a believer!

What is the widest tire this frame will accept?

I read a review that says it will take 30mm tires.

I've got 28's on it - but I think it would easily take 30 or maybe 32.

This is a simply excellent bike.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I honestly can't fault this bike. The quality of frame construction is incredible, the paint is absolutely flawless (and looks very fetching in real life), the ride quality is sublime, and the whole bike is oozing with common sense. The biggest impression I got while riding the Fenix SL disc was that Ridley knows how to make really, REALLY smart bikes. They didn't use any silly axle standards, integrated/proprietary cockpit 'solutions', and they didn't abandon everything in the same of light/aero. This bike is simply very comfortable, very stiff under power, and presents incredible value. I would take this bike over a Dogma F10, especially when you consider value. Of course, this takes into account the fact that the Fenix SL is much more reigned-in in terms of handling (they're not really comparable bikes), but the point stands. The Fenix SL is the 'buyers-remorse-proof' bike. For the same money you'll spend on the aforementioned Pinarello (or Factor, or Wilier, or Bianchi), you can have a Fenix SL with a better build kit, that will ride better, and cost you less.

Feel free to contact me directly at if you have any questions!

I read Joe's review and, frankly, didn't believe him. I emailed him and we exchanged some communications. I wound up buying this bike. See my review.