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In a world where saving watts matters and expensive technology buys "free" speed, self-sponsored riders can breathe a sigh of relief with the release of Ridley's 2017 Noah Road Bike Frameset. Boasting the aerodynamic tube shapes of its costlier counterpart, the Noah SL, the Noah features a slightly different carbon makeup that adds just a touch of extra weight while cutting the price tag drastically to give those of us with limited bank accounts a chance to keep up with the more opulent competition.
This Noah's oversized tubes are constructed from a mix of 30-ton and 24-ton high modulus carbon fiber, in contrast to the SL's mix of 60, 40, and 30-ton fibers. The inclusion of lower-ton fibers means that the Noah requires a bit more material to obtain similar levels of stiffness and strength, and accounts for a claimed 150 gram difference between a size small Noah and Noah SL. Howver, that small weight gain comes with a drastic reduction in cost. As with all the Noah models, the Noah's different carbon moduli are used in different areas of the frame based on desired properties of stiffness, weight, durability, and road-noise dampening.
The Noah also features a tapered head tube for sharp tracking and efficient power transfer, as well as a PF30 bottom bracket, internal cable routing, and electronic group compatibility. The Noah's carbon fiber fork looks decidedly different than other forks on the market, with an open channel running down the middle of each leg. This split fork design is revolutionary in its ability to guide incoming air away from the spokes to reduce turbulence and drag, which keeps the airstream around the wheel smooth and fast. This means more speed with less effort, all thanks to a little bit of surface air routing.
Please note that Ridley recommends a maximum rider weight of 209.5 lbs (95kg) for the Noah.
- An affordable, aerodynamic road machine
- Carbon fiber construction balances weight and price
- Split fork design improves aerodynamics
- PF30 bottom bracket shell efficiently transfers power
- Internal cable routing provides clean lines
- Compatible with both mechanical and electronic drivetrains
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- Q & A
I had Cannondale super six highmoldus
I switched to Ridley Noah
Ridley Noah frame is very different then Cannondale super six I Happy to riding Noah.
Noah carbon category is different
I normaly ride a 56, I am 5.11 I think probbably a 54 would be ideal and would allow me better control, I have noticed this frame is only a medieum don't know what that would be in number sizes??
If I'm an XS on the Helium, it might stand to reason that I would be an XS in Noah as well. However, effective top tube on Noah is a little over a cm shorter than Helium. I'm already running a 140 stem on my helium. I'm 1.71 meters (5'7") tall with a short torso. 32.5 inch inseam. Thanks!
I want buy this frame size 48cm con you ship to sri lanka