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Ridley Fenix SL Disc Ultegra Complete Bike - 2017

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Item # RID005O

Expand your horizons.

The peloton is notoriously adverse to change, so when disc brakes start to voluntarily appear in the top tiers of European racing, you know that the technology isn't just a marketing gimmick. As such, Ridley's 2017 Fenix SL Disc Ultegra Complete Bike brings all the Flanders-worthy elements we loved in the rim brake version and ups the braking modulation ante with Shimano's Ultegra hydraulic braking system. Add in our own custom colorway, the legendarily trustworthy Ultegra mechanical drivetrain, and stiff, responsive thru axles, and you have a race-ready ride that's as functional as it is prepared for the bike industry's future.

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 the unrideable obstacles.

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 smallest sizes, even the bigger frames benefit from a more stable footprint for loose gravel and packed dirt roads. The adventure-minded cyclist will also appreciate the Disc model's increased tire clearance, allowing bigger tires for maximum plushness and reliability on everything from summer chipseal and sun-soaked logging roads to loose limestone gravel.

  • An endurance bike with expanded, all-terrain capabilities
  • Endurance geometry blends comfort with responsiveness
  • Carbon construction balances stiffness and compliance
  • Beefy bottom bracket shell transfers power efficiently
  • Responsive tapered head tube tracks confidently
  • Hydraulic disc brakes increase stopping power
  • Ultegra drivetrain delivers precise, reliable gear shifts
  • Special colorway specific to Competitive Cyclist

Tech Specs

Frame Material:
30T-24T high modulus, unidirectional carbon fiber
Fork:
Fenix SL Disc
Fork Material:
30T-24T high modulus, unidirectional carbon fiber
Headset:
FSA 1-1/8 - 1-1/2in tapered
Shifters:
Shimano Ultegra ST-RS685
Front Derailleur:
Shimano Ultegra
Rear Derailleur:
Shimano Ultegra
Crankset:
52/36t Shimano Ultegra
Bottom Bracket:
BB86
Cassette:
11-28t Shimano105
Chain:
KMC X11
Brakeset:
Shimano BR-RS805 Flatmount
Brake Type:
hydraulic disc
Handlebar:
4ZA Stratos E2
Stem:
New 4ZA Stratos
Saddle:
4ZA Cirrus Pro, Cr/Ti rails
Seatpost:
New 4ZA Stratos 27.2 x 350mm
Seat Collar:
31.8mm
Wheelset:
DT Swiss R460 disc
Front Axle:
15 x 100mm thru-axle
Rear Axle:
12 x 142mm thru-axle
Tires:
Continental Ultrasport Folding
Tire Size:
700c x 25mm
Pedals:
not included
Recommended Use:
cycling
Manufacturer Warranty:
5 years
Actual Weight:
Black/Red, M: 8610g

sizing chart

Fenix size by rider height

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Geometry chart

Ridley

Geometry Chart

 

Fenix SL
 

Seat Tube

(c-t)

Effective Top Tube

(eTT)

Stack

(S)

Reach

(R)

Stand Over

Head Tube

(HT)

Head Tube Angle

(HTo)

Seat Tube Angle

(STo)

Bottom Bracket Drop

(BBD)

Chainstay

(CS)

Wheelbase
XXS 41cm 49.8cm 50.7cm 37.9cm 74cm 10.7cm 71.8o 75o 6.8cm 41cm 97.5cm
XS 44cm 50.5cm 52.7cm 37.4cm 76.5cm 12.7cm 72o 74o 6.8cm 41cm 97.5cm
S 47cm 52.6cm 54.2cm 38.4cm 78.9cm 14.2cm 73o 73.5o 6.6cm 41cm 98.2cm
M 50cm 54.9cm 57.3cm 39.2cm 82cm 17.2cm 73.5o 73o 6.6cm 41cm 99.2cm
L 53cm 56.7cm 59.9cm 39.6cm 85cm 20.2cm 73.5o 72.5o 6.3cm 41.3cm 101cm
XL 56cm 58.3cm 62.4cm 40.3cm 87.8cm 22.7cm 74o 72.5o 6.3cm 41.3cm 101.9cm

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Riley Fenix SL Disc

    I'm new to biking. I did some research and bought this bike. It's sweet to ride and the friends I ride with say it makes me look like I've been riding for years. I have disc brakes on my mountain bike and wanted them on a road bike. Excellent.

    great all around roadie

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The Fenix replaced one of my favorite bikes of all time, the Ridley Excaliber. I was a little worried it wouldn't live up to the predecessor but I was really pleased when I got my new Fenix. It's really a comfortable bike and probably ideal for 80% of road riders out there. I have it set up with ultegra and been very impressed with what a great bike it turned out to be especially considering the cost. It's a competitive bike but if you a really serious racer I think you'll find the bottom bracket a little soft/flexy when in a high speed sprint and that's really the only downfall in my opinion. Feel free to contact me with questions on builds or specifics on the frame. they run pretty big and at 5'7" I ride an XS and can actually ride an XXS if I want to get really aggressive

    Winner

      This is one of my favorite bikes of the year so far - Hard to beat this build and price.
      Great bike for endurance rides or the 60-minute morning ride. The High Modulus carbon keeps the ride smooth and the overall weight low (18lbs). Easy to lighten the bike up over time if weight is a concern…cassette, carbon bits, wheels etc.
      Gearing is great on the bike. Comes with a sub-compact 52/36 and a 28T cassette on the rear. This gearing will allow you to tackle just about anything.
      You may be wondering why you are not seeing this color frame anywhere else. Competitive Cyclist has worked with Ridley to get this custom paint job, so you won’t be seeing this rolling around in the local shop. If you want to run this tubeless you will have to swap tires and get a tubeless conversion kit (Item # EAS001N) – happy to do this for you just give me a call or shoot me an email.
      Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions or if you are interested in it.
      Sizing: I’m 5-10” Saddle Height 71.5cm, I went with a Med for more of a upright riding position.
      Bill Sherman
      Customer Account Manager
      801.204.4545
      bsherman@competitivecyclist.com