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RidleyFenixSL Limited Edition Frameset
Item # RID00A5
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May 7, 2020
Great ride very smooth
- I've put it through the wringer
Purchased frame (size XS) in early March 2020, built up using Shimano Ultegra groupset. I have since put on more than 500 miles. The first thing you notice is how smooth the ride is (running on 25mm tires). The frame has a very comfortable geometry. I would definitely recommend this frame for anyone who enjoys long rides.
September 17, 2019
Hands down crap customer service...
- I returned this product before using it
I’m a longtime competitive cyclist customer, going back some years, and I must say the purchase of this CS limited run frame set has been; hands down, the worst customer service experience I’ve had online...And that’s saying a lot haha. First off, it’s all the new systems fault. That’s the answer. We charged you twice? New system. It didn’t ship? New system? The brake bride on the rear triangle of the frame set won’t allow you to run a short reach caliper? The system...ok they didn't blame the computers for that but you get my point. They don’t care, even though every other fenix sl frameset in this run can run a short reach rim caliper. Multiple calls, multiple emails, no response, lag response, no answers. Im over CS, and I won’t be back. Im returning the frameset, wheels and group I bought and will pay more to NOT shop with them. A good sales price with no customer service isn’t worth the savings
The Amazing Bret M
Hoogle Da Boogle
September 18, 2019
I’m surprised they didn’t blame you for the brake caliper issue: “Shoulda got the disc brake version, bro!” If you are returning the frame set because of the bad customer service they probably did you a favor. These frames suck. They ride like the kiddie-pony that you drop a quarter into outside of a Walmart. Generally, you get what you pay for with this stuff. Save your coin and get a Dogma F12...or, better yet, skip the plasticy bike scene altogether and go for a steel or titanium frame. These chintzy overpriced Jell-O mold frames without proper fitments are a scourge. (Cue the two fanboys out there that have one and “love it”. Right...try riding it more than 50 miles a year.)