Ridley Compact Road Bike

5/5 (1 Reviews)


Product Description

  • Wheelset: Camp. Khamsin
  • Tires: Vredestein Fortezza
  • Saddle: 4ZA Stratos
  • Stem: Oval R100
  • Handlebar: Oval R100
  • Seatpost: Oval R100
  • Fork: 4ZA Fenix carbon


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Brian a Road Racer

Date Reviewed: April 18, 2011

Strengths:    Stiffness, weight, price.

Weaknesses:    None really. It's better than I expected for a frame at this price.

Bottom Line:   
I wanted a good aluminum frame for crits and other races where I didn't want to have to worry about replacing my frame if I crashed. CC had a special on this frame so I bought one. The large fits me perfectly at 6'2" with a 33" inseam. I built the frame with SRAM Rival components and slapped my old Easton Circuits on and went for a long ride. The bike feels great. Being aluminum, there is a bit more vibration, but it feels quite solid and very stiff. Total build weight was 17 lbs. Not too shabby.

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Similar Products Used:   Specialized Transition S-Works, Trek Madone.

Bike Setup:   SRAM Rival (Ultegra SL Crank), Thomson seatpost and stem, easton aluminum bard, Easton Circuit wheels.



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