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Ridley X-Trail Carbon eTap HRD Complete Bike

Ridley X-Trail Carbon eTap HRD Complete Bike
$5,000.00

Item # RID008Y

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Description

Breaking trail.

Road rides may have their place in many riders hearts, but you prefer diving off the beaten path, and deep into untapped wilderness that you rarely get to see on a fully rigid ride. Sometimes it's just a Saturday Cruise in the San Rafael Swell, other times its a carefully thought out expedition that takes months of planning before you hop aboard an international flight to challenge yourself on the Torino - Nice Rally. Either way, as cliché as it may sound, you find it's all about the adventure, and the Ridley X-Trail Carbon eTap HRD Complete Bike is just as eager to hop off of the pavement and dive into the grit as you are. With stiff and light carbon fiber, you'll find a responsive ride, and off-road ready geometry that lets you float over dirt and poorly graded gravel in comfort.

Despite its gravel intentions, it isn't a slow handling slouch and Ridley shapes the X-Trail's frame using ultralight unidirectional carbon, equipping the frame to offer quick accelerations and a stiff, responsive ride for everything from bikepacking weekend trips to off-road full gravel races. Subtly asymmetrical, the Oryx Disc fork is carefully reinforced on the left leg allowing it to more efficiently bear twisting forces applied by disc brakes, and with a 15 x 100mm thru axle in front and a 12 x 142mm in the rear, the frame achieves confidence-inspiring stiffness throughout.

As implied by the above, the X-Trail is a smorgasbord of frame geometries. The result resembles more of a road bike than a classic cyclocross bike like the X-Night; it has a lower bottom bracket, shorter chainstays, and a stack/reach combination that leaves riders in less of an aero is everything, slammed racing position. In contrast to its road racing frames, Ridley extends the X-Trail's head tube by 10mm, bringing the rider into a more upright position to accommodate longer training and touring rides rather than racing exclusively. It's only slightly more aggressive than the Fenix, in fact, but unlike its endurance road cousin, the X-Trail is designed to be run with tires up to 36mm wide on more rugged terrain.

This build rolls on top of Stan's No Tubes Grail Comp Disc wheelset to give you total tubeless protection on the journey, regardless of the surface you ride. The wide rims accommodate anything from 25-millimeter road standards to lofty 36-millimeter gravel donuts that float over the chatter. On this build you'll find a perfect in-between at 33mm, giving you control and low rolling resistance, with just enough cushion. To top off the bike, we've paired it with SRAM's Red eTap HRD groupset that keeps things shifting completely wirelessly, with snappy and crisp modulation, and disc brakes that offer exceptional control on steep descents. A Rotor 3D Plus crankset in the front gives you a huge gear range with the included 52/36t gearing, but can be swapped to oval rings easily in the future, should you want to play with your pedaling efficiency further.

  • Adventure lies down all roads atop this steed
  • Keep your footing in gravel and dirt with long geometry
  • High-modulus carbon fiber frame is efficient and lightweight
  • Disc brakes keep stopping on point in inclement conditions
  • Stan's Grail Comp hoops give you tubeless protection
  • Float over chatter with lofty 33-millimeter tires
  • SRAM's Red eTap groupset offers crisp shifting wirelessly
  • Rotor 3D Plus crankset is modular and allows for oval chainrings

Tech Specs

Frame Material:
HM / HR unidirectional carbon
Fork:
Oryx disc
Fork Material:
carbon fiber
Headset:
1-1/8 - 1-1/2in tapered
Shifters:
SRAM Red eTap HRD
Front Derailleur:
Red eTap
Rear Derailleur:
Red eTap
Crankset:
52/36t Rotor 3D Plus Road Crankset
Bottom Bracket:
Rotor Press Fit 4130
Crank Arm Length:
[xxs, x-small] 170mm, [small, medium] 172.5mm, [large, x-large] 175mm
Cassette:
11 - 32t SRAM PG-1170
Chain:
SRAM PC-Red 22
Brakeset:
SRAM Red eTap HRD
Brake Type:
hydraulic disc
Rotors:
SRAM CenterLine, 160mm
Handlebar:
Zipp Contour SL Carbon Handlebar Short/Shallow
Handlebar Width:
[xxs, x-small] 40cm, [small, medium] 42cm, [large, x-large] 44cm
Bar Tape:
PRO Classic Bar Tape
Stem:
Zipp Service Course
Stem Length:
[xxs, x-small, small] 90mm, [medium, large] 100mm, [x-large] 110mm
Saddle:
Fi'zi:k Aliante R7
Seatpost:
Zipp Service Course Seatpost
Wheelset:
Stan's NoTubes Grail Comp Disc
Hubs:
Stan's NoTubes Neo
Front Axle:
15 x 100mm
Rear Axle:
12 x 142mm
Tires:
Vittoria Terreno Dry G Plus Tire, tubeless
Tire Size:
700c x 33mm
Recommended Use:
gravel
Manufacturer Warranty:
5 years on frame

Geometry Chart

Ridley

Geometry Chart

 

X-Trail
 

Seat Tube

(c-t)

Effective Top Tube

(eTT)

Stack

(S)

Reach

(R)

Head Tube

(HT)

Head Tube Angle

(HTo)

Seat Tube Angle

(STo)

Bottom Bracket Drop

(BBD)

Chainstay

(CS)

Wheelbase
XXS 45cm 51.5cm 52cm 37.6cm 10cm 70.3o 75o 7.4cm 42cm 99.9cm
XS 48cm 52.5cm 54.2cm 37.5cm 12cm 71o 74.5o 7.4cm 42cm 99.9cm
S 51cm 54.5cm 55.9cm 38cm 14cm 71o 73.5o 7.2cm 42.2cm 102.4cm
M 54cm 56.5cm 58.4cm 38.6cm 16.5cm 71.5o 73o 7.2cm 42.2cm 102.3cm
L 57cm 58.5cm 61.1cm 39.4cm 19.5cm 71.5o 72.5o 7cm 42.2cm 103.9cm
XL 60cm 60cm 63.7cm 39.9cm 22cm 72o 72.5o 7cm 42.2cm 104.9cm

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