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Noah Ultegra Road Bike - 2019

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Item # RIDC053

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Noah Ultegra Road Bike

Choosing a new road racing machine isn't exactly an easy process. If money was no object, sure the sky's the limit, but if you actually want to race, and more importantly eat, budget constraints are usually in order. Our suggestion? Start with something that’s competitive and provides a solid foundation for future upgrades. The Noah Ultegra Complete Road Bike from Ridley makes for a fantastic racing partner with its aerodynamic design and carbon construction that echoes its higher-priced Noah Fast and Aero+ siblings but at a price that's much easier to digest.

Though the carbon layup Ridley uses for the Noah is slightly heavier than the one it chooses for the top-tier models, it's just as durable, adding only adds a few grams to the construction but still delivering the vibration-dampening effects and overall lightness of carbon. Ridley pairs its teardrop-shaped tubing aggressive race geometry on the Noah to effectively slice through the wind on the flats and descents, helping you expend less wattage to maintain speed. Ridley rounds out the build with Shimano's exceptional Ultegra drivetrain, a workhorse groupset prepared to offer consistent shifts in the heat of battle, along with house brand Forza supplying its aero aluminum/carbon AC45 deep section wheels continuing the aero and stiffness theme.

  • A race bike that combines Belgian heritage with modern technology
  • High-modulus carbon shaped into aerodynamic tubing
  • Geometry built for long days off the front of the pack
  • PF30 bottom bracket shell efficiently transfers power
  • Shimano's Ultegra drivetrain for reliable and precise shifting
  • The Noah remains the sprinter's choice of Ridley sponsored teams

Tech Specs
Frame Material30T-24T HM unidirectional carbon
Fork30T-24T Full Carbon
HeadsetFSA integrated
ShiftersShimano Ultegra R8000
Front DerailleurShimano Ultegra R8000
Rear DerailleurShimano Ultegra R8000
CranksetRotor 3D30
Chainring Sizes52 / 36t
Bottom BracketRotor
Bottom Bracket TypePF30
CassetteShimano 105
Cassette Range11 - 28t
ChainKMC 11speed
BrakesetShimano Ultegra R8000
Brake Typerim
HandlebarForza Stratos
Bar TapeForza
StemForza Stratos
SeatpostNoah Aero
WheelsetFulcrum Racing 6
Front Axle9mm quick-release
Rear Axle130mm quick-release
TiresVittoria Zaffiro
Tire Size700c x 25mm
Recommended Useroad cycling
Manufacturer Warranty5 years on frame

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    >Rating: 4

    Great all-rounder

    Runs large
    Size Bought
    5` 9"
    160 lbs

    This is definitely a great all-rounder that performs well above the asking price. The frame tubes are beautifully shaped, using the truncated tear-drop profile that other manufacturers are rapidly adopting. The bike feels very lightweight, but solid and stable. Long hilly rides are a breeze, with very little fatiguing road vibration coming through the seat and bars, and the geometry allowing for lots of comfort. Mechanical Ultegra is solid and offers quick, light and confident shifts. The machined and hollowed Rotor crankset saves some weight over the normal Ultegra crank, but remains super stiff. The included wheels are a little disappointing, however, as they do not match the listed tech specs. The specs listed Forza AC45 wheelset, which would be a great training and club race-ready entry level mid-depth aero wheelset, matching the aero focus of the frame. The wheelset that shipped with the bike is the Fulcrum 6 (admittedly matching the pictures, but not the above Tech Specs, or bike description - quote ". . . along with house brand Forza supplying its aero aluminum/carbon AC45 deep section wheels continuing the aero and stiffness theme"). The Fulcrum wheels are serviceable, but definitely a significant downgrade. I noticed the discrepancy between the photos and the descriptions after I placed my order, and emailed for clarification, but never received an answer until the bike showed up on my doorstep. The Ridley frame sizes run large - I ordered a Small, which is effectively similar to a 54, or other manufacturers "Medium" size frames. The frame size was a perfect fit, and very easy to get absolutely dialed in.