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RidleyNoahFast Disc Road Frameset
Item # RID009G
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Note: Actual inseam is not the same as pant inseam.
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October 6, 2020
- I've used it several times
- Runs large
- Size Bought
- 5` 7"
- 130 lbs
I get to own a lot of bikes working in the industry. One brand I've owned more than any other has been Ridley, they do such a great job, very underrated. The Noah fast has kept up with all I expected from them. Set up it is indeed aero, it's odd to look down and see nothing but bar, it's beautiful. Performance is outstanding, the Noah is a stiff bike, very efficient, I love it. Ridley has improved the ride quality, the Noah used to bring its speed and stiffness at a bit of a price by way of a hard ride but it's been mellowed out in the new Noah. The name fast is appropriate, it's sleek, efficient, stiff, it will not flex when you sprint. I'm happy to answer questions on the Noah fast, you can contact me here directly Ridley bikes do run big, I am 5'7" and ride the xs, I think 5'5" minimum to fit the xs maybe 5'6" depending on your reach. firstname.lastname@example.org
October 14, 2020
Hey Kyle, I'm in the market for the exact frameset you reviewed here. I'm also 5'7" and wondering what size stem are you using? Thanks Bill.
September 27, 2020
Hello do you know if this frameset is true axle compatible in the back. I have a pair of clx 64 wheels that I will like to use with this bike.
September 21, 2020
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 6` 1"
- 175 lbs
I did a lot of research prior to purchasing, and found the reviews of this bike centered on how itâs stiff, with excellent power transfer. Ride quality reviews states this not exactly the most compliant, but not bone jarringly harsh. So I decided to go ahead and try it because it was a pretty good deal. Iâm glad i did. I outfit the frame with Ultegra Mech/hydraulic disc brakes, and Dura Ace C-40 disc wheels with 28mm Conti 5000 tubeless tires - itâs still stiff, but very smooth with this setup. My first ride on it was a 70 mile journey over several road surfaces and it felt great. Over rolling terrain, this bike transfers power immediately, eating up the road. The 28mm tires smoothed out the rough sections of road very, without a sacrifice for speed. This bike will take you as fast as you want to go, and corners very well. I thought it would be a dog going up hill, but it performed admirably up the local 1.5 mile climb (we donât have much in the way of long climbs here in central NC). Because the bars and stem are integrated, I thought that the mechanical shifting would be clunky because of the tight internal channel the cables run through. Fortunately, this proved not to be the case. Shifting with mech while using this integrated cockpit is amazingly crisp and responsive. Iâd definitely recommend this frame if youâre in the market for an aerodynamic ride. You wonât be disappointed.
September 30, 2020
Very nice bike. Tempting for sure. Congrats. I'm in the central NC as well. North Raleigh. I hope to see the bike out there some time. Congrats and happy riding.
May 21, 2020
August 23, 2019
Stem length/bar width by frame size. All stems are -10 degrees. • 90 – 400: XS • 100 – 400: S • 110 – 420: M, L • 120 – 440: XL
March 7, 2020
Hey Todd, Do we have the option to get a different bar/stem size? On Ridley bikes I would need a sx with bar/stem 110/40 or 42