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RidleyFenix
SL Disc Ultegra Complete Road Bike
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Description

Fenix SL Disc Ultegra Complete Road Bike

The Fenix SL Disc Ultegra Complete Road Bike from Ridley represents a cost-effective way to get into a professional level frame along with the precise shifting and powerful disc brakes of Shimano's stalwart Ultegra group. Everything you need and nothing you don't, this build packs equal parts value and performance. Ridley designs the Fenix SL as its do-it-all endurance machine, ideal for fondos and fast group rides where comfort and efficiency shouldn't be mutually exclusive. Its stiff unidirectional carbon construction helps with power transmission while still offering compliance for more comfort over those miles of rural roads. The endurance/race-ready geometry, honed from the feedback of its sponsored team Lotto-Soudal during the spring classics, blends stability and agility for a bike that's fast on the group rides and smooth on all-day efforts.

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 longer wheelbase, stretching 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, up to 30mm, 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.

This bike gets built up with Shimano's venerable Ultegra mechanical groupset clicking off smooth shifts and stopping with authority thanks to its hydraulic disc brakes. The hoops are from DT Swiss and like the drivetrain and frameset, possess the resiliency required for seasons of demanding rides, with the responsiveness and light weight needed for efficiency. Final details include house brand Forza rounding out the cockpit pieces.

  • Ridley's classics-inspired bike built 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
  • Shimano's Ultegra group adds value and performance
  • DT Swiss hoops are smooth spinning and responsive
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Tech SpecsGeometry
Tech Specs
⚠️ WARNING
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Frame Material
30T-24T HM unidirectional carbon
Fork
Fenix SL Disc
Headset
FSA IS
Shifters
Shimano Ultegra R8020
Front Derailleur
Shimano Ultegra R8000
Rear Derailleur
Shimano Ultegra R8000
Crankset
Rotor 3D30
Chainring Sizes
52 / 36t
Bottom Bracket
Rotor
Bottom Bracket Type
PF86
Cassette
Shimano Ultegra R8000
Cassette Range
11 - 30t
Chain
KMC 11sp
Brakeset
Shimano Ultegra R8020
Brake Type
hydraulic disc
Rotors
Shimano SM-RT70
Handlebar
Forza Cirrus E2
Handlebar Drop
125mm
Bar Tape
Forza
Stem
Forza Cirrus
Saddle
Forza Cirrus Pro
Seatpost
Forza Cirrus
Wheelset
DT Swiss E1800 Spline DB
Front Axle
12mm Thru-Axle
Rear Axle
12 x 142mm
Tires
Vittoria Rubino Pro
Tire Size
700c x 25mm
Pedals
not included
Recommended Use
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
5 years on frame
Geometry
 
XXSXSSMLXL
a Seat Tube(c-c)
      
b Seat Tube(c-t)
45cm48cm51cm54cm57cm60cm
c Effective Top Tube
51.5cm52.5cm54.5cm56.5cm58.5cm60cm
d Stack
50.7cm52.7cm54.2cm57.3cm59.9cm62.4cm
e Reach
37.9cm37.4cm38.4cm39.2cm39.6cm40.3cm
f Stand Over
74cm76.5cm78.9cm82cm85cm87.8cm
g Head Tube
10.7cm12.7cm14.2cm17.2cm20.2cm22.7cm
h Head Tube Angle
71.8o72o73o73.5o73.5o74o
i Seat Tube Angle
75o74o73.5o73o72.5o72.5o
j Bottom Bracket Height
      
k Bottom Bracket Drop
6.8cm6.8cm6.6cm6.6cm6.3cm6.3cm
l Chainstay
41cm41cm41cm41cm41.3cm41.3cm
m Wheelbase
97.5cm97.5cm98.2cm99.2cm101cm101.9cm
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Fantastic bike for a great price

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have just received the Ridley Fenix and have put about 200 miles on it... my first impression is wow.. The bike is by far one of the most comfortable bikes I have ridden and coupled with Ultegra components shifting is smooth and quick...Ridley designing this bike for the cobblestones of Flanders makes the bumps and cracks of the Illinois roads bearable... it’s disc brakes provide amazing stop on a dime power (although switching from rim to disc does take some getting used to) all for a minor penalty in weight... overall this bike is absolutely amazing and I won’t be riding anything but Ridley from now on!

Review of competitivecyclist.com
Also I wouldn’t be doing competivecyclist.com any service without mentioning their outstanding customer service.. I spent almost 2 hours on the phone with them going over my bike needs and specs of bikes before finalizing my decision to purchase this particular model.. I have never in my life had a better customer experience the staff is not only super polite and professional, they are knowledgeable and are eager to hear your cycling experience and how they can improve it... After the help I received (from employee Joe Draper) I will never purchase a bike, components, or accessories from anywhere else.... Thank you

great options on the Fenix

  • 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. I will admit I personally opt for the rim brake version as my ride. I've ridden disc and it's outstanding. my decision was made by a weight penalty and I already have several rim wheelsets I wanted to use on it. If you have questions on any of this I'm happy to talk bikes with you here.