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RidleyFenixSLiC Disc Brake Road Frameset
Item # RIDC05L
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July 8, 2021
- I've put it through the wringer
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 5` 6"
- 160 lbs
I purchased this frame and built it up with Campagnolo Chorus 12 speed mechanical group set with hydraulic disc brakes. I have been riding it for about two months and know I made the right decision. There is one thing you won’t find on the frame description here or on the Ridley website. This frame does not have a cable stop for the front derailleur. Your front derailleur has to either be electronic or have a built in cable stop such as on the Shimano Ultegra. That is what I eventually had to do and it works with no issues with the Campagnolo shifters. In regard to the frame itself, I absolutely love it! It really does deliver what Ridley designed it for and that is to be a great all around frame that smooths out the road imperfections, yet is very responsive to rider input. It is not twitchy like an all out aggressive racing frame, but goes where you point it with confidence when cornering. I have a few routes with steep curving downhills where I reach speeds of over 40 mph and do it with complete confidence and no speed shimmy. The clean internal cable routing must reduce some drag because I am coating past others on more expensive bikes on these descents. I routinely ride in fast group rides averaging around 20 mph over 50 miles and this frame accelerates like a cheetah and climbs like a Billy goat. My last bike was an old chromoly frameset with Campy 8 speed and I struggled to keep up. Now I am doing my share of the pulling and doing it with less effort all while feeling less rider fatigue. I wanted a frame that was unique from my friends who all seem to be on one of the big four or a Cervelo. I also didn’t want a frame with an outrageous price tag. Ridley and Competitive Cyclist delivered. The candy red is gorgeous in the sun and I have received many compliments on its look. If the Lotto Soudal mens’ and womens’ pro teams trust Ridley to ride cobbles, climb mountains and sprint to wins, I figured it was good enough for me and I do not regret my choice.
April 30, 2021
So I'm closer to 6ft. 5'11 and change. Most bikes I purchased is a large. Never had a Ridley. Medium or large frame?