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Ridley Fenix SL Disc Ultegra Di2 Road Bike - 2019

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Fenix SL Disc Ultegra Di2 Complete Road Bike

It's pretty safe to say that disc brakes have a fairly firm grasp on the road bike world with many of the peloton's fastest riders winning on disc brakes and proving that the technology isn't just a marketing gimmick. As such, the Fenix SL Disc Ultegra Di2 Complete Road Bike from Ridley brings all the Flanders-worthy elements we loved in the rim brake version and ups the braking power and modulation ante with Shimano's Ultegra hydraulic braking system. Always a favorite among the Lotto-Soudal team on the cobbled classics, Ridley builds up this legendary frameset with the precise electronic shifting afforded by the Ultegra Di2 group, creating a stiff, lightweight, and responsive race-ready ride that's as functional as it is prepared for the bike industry's future.

While this Fenix is more than capable in Flandrian sprint finishes and animated road race tactics, its combination of powerful disc brakes and artful layup of vibration devouring unidirectional carbon fibers expand its capabilities beyond buttery smooth pavement into roads (and paths) less traveled. In comparison to the super-stiff featherweight frames in Ridley's line that use up to 60-ton moduli, the Fenix SL utilizes a blend of 30-ton and 24-ton carbon to strike a balance between road-smoothing compliance, rigid efficiency, and race-worthy weight. Poorly graded gravel, cobbles, and other road hazards that would otherwise feel like jarring punches on a 60-ton carbon take on all the disagreeability of crosswalk paint, though the stiff, tapered head tube does provide responsive steering to dodge unrideable obstacles.

Compared to the original Fenix, the Fenix Disc also has a slightly bigger wheelbase, measuring 2mm longer for a size medium. While this difference is more pronounced in the smallest sizes, even the bigger frames benefit from a more stable footprint for loose gravel and packed dirt roads. The adventure-minded cyclist will also appreciate the Disc model's increased tire clearance, up to 30mm, allowing for bigger tires for maximum plushness and reliability on everything from summer chip seal and sun-soaked logging roads to loose limestone gravel.

  • An endurance bike with expanded, fondo capabilities
  • Endurance geometry blends comfort with responsiveness
  • Carbon construction balances stiffness and compliance
  • Beefy bottom bracket shell transfers power efficiently
  • Responsive tapered head tube tracks confidently
  • Hydraulic disc brakes increase stopping power
  • Ultegra electronic drivetrain delivers precise, reliable shifts
  • Item #RID007G

Frame Material
30T-24T HM unidirectional Carbon
Fork
Fenix SL Disc
Headset
FSA IS
Shifters
Shimano Ultegra R8070
Front Derailleur
Shimano Ultegra R8050
Rear Derailleur
Shimano Ultegra R8050
Crankset
Rotor 3D30
Chainring Sizes
52 / 36t
Bottom Bracket
Rotor
Bottom Bracket Type
PF86
Cassette
Shimano Ultegra R8000
Cassette Range
11 - 30t
Chain
KMC 11sp
Brakeset
Shimano Ultegra R8070
Brake Type
hydraulic disc
Rotors
Shimano SM-RT800
Handlebar
Forza Cirrus
Bar Tape
Forza
Stem
Forza Cirrus
Saddle
Selle Italia SLR
Seatpost
Forza Cirrus
Wheelset
Fulcrum Racing 500 DB
Front Axle
12mm Thru-Axle
Rear Axle
12 x 142mm
Tires
Vittoria Rubino Pro
Tire Size
700c x 25mm
Pedals
not included
Recommended Use
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
5 years on frame

Tech Specs

California Proposition 65

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Cancer and Reproductive Harm - P65Warnings.ca.gov

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>Rating: 5

Love it.

Size Bought
XS
Height
5` 6"

Bought this to replace my 2013 Ridley Noah RS. Was looking to get electronic shifting and my Noah has been good to me so decided to stick with Ridley. Was also looking for something that was more compliant. I'm not a spring chicken anymore. The Finex SL is a bit heavier than my old bike, but the bikes ability to smooth out a lot of the road chanter and the Di2 has been more than worth it. I did have to change out the stock tires and saddle. The stock tires sucked. They spun up slow and after only 200 mile looked worse than my Gatorskins after 1000 miles. The saddle is good, but just didn't fit my physique. I need a flatter saddle with a relief channel. I already have over 400 miles on it and looking forward to the next 30,000+ miles.

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What is the crank and stem lengths on the XS?

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Sizing. I'm 5' 7". Inseam 31.5 Best option?