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Ridley Fenix SLX Disc Limited Edition Frameset

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Fenix SLX Disc Limited Edition Frameset

Every year when the spring classics come around, Ridley sponsored Team Lotto-Soudal calls on the Fenix to campaigning the punishing cobbles. Sporting an ideal mix of durability, weight, and stiffness, this is the steed of choice for those 6-hour slugfests. Given its endurance-focused geometry that's very neutral and the weather conditions during that time of year, our preference would be opting for the disc brake version that's provided here with the Fenix SLX Disc Limited Edition Frameset. The improved power and modulation is unmatched and it instills confidence on the descents just knowing we can easily scrub speed with one digit.

Many consider Belgium the spiritual home of cycling and that often conjures up images of wet cobblestone roads meandering through the farmlands and a high-speed peloton racing across them with riders jockeying for position to find some sort of solace from the brutal side and headwinds. And if there was ever a brand and a bike that epitomized this Belgium landscape and that type of riding, it would be Ridley and this Fenix SLX Disc. What could be sweeter than that? Well, that'd be its beautiful limited edition colorway that has enough metallic sparkle in the paint to make a bass boat blush.

As a testament as to where Ridley thinks the future of disc brakes are, the rim brake version tops out at with the SL whereas this disc version gets the SLX moniker meaning its DNA includes 60-ton High Modulus Carbon, like we've seen in the Helium SLX, adding a boost of stiffness and a significant weight loss. The 200-gram give-or-take weight loss difference between the disc SLX and the rim SL version should go a long way in making up for the addition of the superior braking. And when you also factor in the stiff, responsive thru axles anchoring the hubs into the frame and fork dropouts, you have a race-ready ride that shares the same spirit as the hardest Flahutes hailing from the region.

Ridley does things a little differently than other brands and it doesn't make concessions if that prevents the bike from being stout enough to handle the riding right outside its front door. Sure weight is still important, however, it strives for a bike that balances weight, strength, stiffness, and comfort. As such, the Fenix SLX is capable in its Flandrian terrain and the addition of powerful disc brakes means it'll handle your most heroic rides in flying colors too. The Fenix is always the go-to choice for the pros at Lotto-Soudal and they appreciate the skillful layup of vibration devouring unidirectional carbon fiber when tackling cobbled classics like Roubaix and Flanders. The addition of 60-ton carbon and the diamond shaped tubing adds an increase of stiffness you'll be sure to notice as you summit the repeated cols and bergs that make up your favorite loops. It employs a blend of 40-ton and 50-ton carbon elsewhere where it adds road-smoothing compliance and strength. Chipseal roads, cobbles, and expansion joint concrete that feel like kidney punches on other lightweight climbing rigs is simply mellowed out with this targeted blend of carbon fiber. And when it comes time to sprint or chase back on during a descent, that tapered head tube does an excellent job of providing a responsive front end with very little wag.

This Fenix SLX shares the same geometry as the rim going Fenix, which Ridley classifies as "endurance". It’s a far cry from other brand's definition of endurance with only slight changes made to improve handling over rougher terrain in racing conditions, not necessarily tuned with super slack angles and massively tall headtubes. That's why the Lotto crew's setup resembles that of their Noahs and Heliums without resorting to those -20-degree stems seen on other bikes. Therefore, you'll get a stable footprint over packed dirt and rural county roads while still moving along quite speedily and swiftly. You'll also appreciate its 30mm tire clearance providing maximum plushness and traction across a variety of terrain your rides take you on.

  • Ridley's classics race bike sporting disc brakes for all-conditions
  • Limited edition colorway is sure to turn heads
  • Higher-modulus carbon boosts stiffness and drops grams
  • PF86 bottom bracket shell offers efficient power transfer
  • Race/Endurance geometry balances comfort and speed
  • Tapered head tube tracks in corners and sprints
  • Flat-mount disc brakes stop with power and modulation
  • Diamond shape tubing creates reinforced edges for increased impact resistance
  • Compatible with both mechanical and electronic shifting
  • Item #RID00A6

Frame Material
60, 50, 40 ton high modulus carbon
Wheel Size
700c
Fork
Fenix SLX Disc
Head Tube Diameter
1-1/8 - 1.5in tapered
Bottom Bracket Type
BB86
Cable Routing
internal
Front Derailleur Mount
braze-on
Derailleur Pull
bottom
Brake Type
flat-mount disc
Compatible Components
electronic, mechanical
Seatpost Diameter
27.2mm
Seat Collar
31.8mm
Front Axle
12mm thru-axle
Rear Axle
12 x 142mm
Claimed Weight
[frame, medium] 830g [fork] 340g
Recommended Use
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
5 years

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