Ridley Noah RS Road Bike

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $2150.00

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Ridley Noah RS(0x98608560)

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Al a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: October 19, 2012

Strengths:    Performance, Build Quality, Finish

Weaknesses:    None found yet

Bottom Line:   
Got my 2012 Noah RS (blue) with Red/Force Build. Love it! Climbs almost as good as my Helium....but much fast at same power output and definitely faster on downhills. Very stable on rough pavement, but not as harsh as other aerobikes I have ridden (Cervelo S3). Changed Wheels from Profile Armanda (never rode them) to my Zipp 404's, weighs in at 15.1 lbs and rides very comfortable. Very fast on flats. Tall head tube perfect for me! Maybe the best bike value for me ever, and I have had quite a few bikes. Might be slightly stiff for light riders, but perfect for me (5'11', 167 lbs) size Medium. It seems ti gobble up the road, just like my Helium. Geometry is identical. Noah RS just faster on flats and into wind.

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Price Paid:    $2899.00

Purchased At:   Competitive Cyclist

Similar Products Used:   Ridley Helium, Cervelo S3, Cervelo R3SL, Seven Axiom, Cervelo P2,

Bike Setup:   SRAM Red with Force FD, Zipp 404, Fizik Aliante, Conti Gp4000S (700x25)

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Fernando a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: September 22, 2011

Strengths:    Geometry. Stiff for big riders. Force Group.

Weaknesses:    Saddle and Handlebars.

Bottom Line:   
Wanted an aero bike with a tall head tube for recreational riding and an ocassional multisport event and the Noah RS met all the requirements. This bike has beautiful shapes and great colors. The Force group is atractive and works awesome. It feels fast and comfortable. I am a heavy rider and the bike is stiff when I get out of the saddle. I find myself climbing and descending faster than on my old bike. I did not like the saddle changed it for and SMP (maybe because I am used to an SMP). The handlebar bent felt uncomfortable, changed it to an Easton no complaints now. P.S. Thank you Moment Cyles San Diego for all your help.

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Favorite Ride:   Ridley Noah RS

Price Paid:    $2950.00

Purchased At:   Moment Cycle San Die

Similar Products Used:   Trek 5200, Litespeed Tuscany, Cervelo P2K-SL.

Bike Setup:   Force Group. SMP Saddle. Easton EC90 stem and handlebars. Spinergy wheels. Speedplay pedals.

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Cervelo S2, Ridley Noah RS, Felt AR - comparative experience and analysis

If you've ridden at least two of these framesets for an extended period of time, NOT just riding around the parking lot or 1 day, then please compare and contrast performance such as climbing, sprinting, cornering, descending, sustained efforts on flat land, etc; and overall ride quality and durabil ... Read More »

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Anyone have any experience with these? Im looking for a new frame. im a 6'3 195 lbs sprinter. Looking for something stiff. I am leaning towards the Tarmac Pro with either the Project Black or Black and Blue color scheme. My LBS carries Ridley, BMC and Specialized, looking to spend around $2000 if an ... Read More »

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