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  • Ridley - X-Night SL Disc Cyclocross Frameset - 2018 - Grey/Black/Yellow
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Ridley - X-Night SL Disc Cyclocross Frameset - 2018

Ridley X-Night SL Disc Cyclocross Frameset - 2018

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    Tech Specs

    Frame Material:
    30T - 24T HM / HR unidirectional carbon
    Wheel Size:
    Oryx Disc TA
    Fork Material:
    Head Tube Diameter:
    1-1/8 - 1-1/2in
    Bottom Bracket Type:
    Cable Routing:
    Front Derailleur Mount:
    direct mount
    Brake Type:
    Seatpost Diameter:
    Front Axle:
    12 x 100mm thru-axle
    Rear Axle:
    12 x 142mm thru-axle
    Claimed Weight:
    Recommended Use:
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    5 years

    Belgian Bred.

    Ridley's brand pedigree lies in cyclocross. A Belgian brand creating bikes for a sport where the obsession has no equal must produce a frame that is competition-worthy and the brand's flagship 'cross model, the X-Night SL Disc Cyclocross Frameset is shaped by traditions at the heart of European cyclocross and some modern features too. If you're after a gravel bike, then the X-Trail has the geometry and demeanor you're looking for. The X-Night SL, on the other hand, is pretty much as Euro' 'cross as it gets.

    Still on the fence between the X-Trail, a gravel adventure sled, and the X-Night SL the cross thoroughbred? Let's break it down. The X-Night is much more compact with a slightly steeper head tube and a drastically shorter wheelbase. It's also got a higher bottom bracket, which aids in preventing touchdown of your pedals on snot-slick off-cambers and allows you to get right back on the gas after braking ever so slightly to initiate a turn. The frame's generous main triangle, with provisions for only one water bottle cage, provides plenty of room to comfortably shoulder the bike on steep run-ups or relentless stretches of sand. The classic European cyclocross geometry gives the X-Night SL a fast, aggressive feel and it still has plenty of room for mud. This adapts it for tackling everything from sticky Northeast mud to dry West Coast dirt.

    As with the previous generation, Ridley builds the X-Knight SL from a mix of 30T and 24T high modulus carbon fiber but the frame went on a diet and now comes in at an unheard-of 850g. This is similar to the blend found in the cobble-stone conquering Fenix frameset ridden in Roubaix and Flanders, so it sops up fatiguing vibrations and tenaciously transfers every watt into forward motion for a fast yet cushy ride worthy of even the harshest race conditions. Its internal cable routing makes for a clean, streamlined look, with the added bonus of eliminating pesky cable pinches when shouldering your bike up a steep wall of limestone stairs.

    At the front, Ridley officially bestows its Belgian benediction on disc brakes with the 12mm thru-axle version of its Oryx Disc carbon fiber fork. The Oryx Disc is built with a barely noticeable asymmetry that counters the extra torsional forces applied to the left fork leg when scrubbing speed. The dropouts now anchor the axle in place and a scuff plate on the inside of the left fork leg fends off errant disc during frantic mid-race wheel changes to keep the fork free of unwanted wear. The flat-mount design allows it to fit 140 or 160mm rotors.

    The frame gets flat-mount treatment as well, allowing for the same size rotors and thru-axles, which have become the standard for new 'cross rigs, also makes the way over. The benefits to this are improved stiffness in the rear of the bike keeping the rotor from grazing the pads, and propelling you forward with each pedal stroke.

    If you live for cross, the X-Night SL is the frame you'll want since it has its sights set on the same intentions. And even if the line from point A to B is a crisscrossing ribbon of course tape designed to make you take the hardest route with some barriers thrown in for good measure, this Ridley has the World Championship DNA to help you get though 60 minutes of pain the quickest.

    • A classically European cyclocross race bikeT
    • Traditional 'cross geometry for agility in tight quarters
    • High-modulus carbon fiber construction
    • Disc-brake stopping power and thru-axle security
    • Generous main triangle for comfortable shouldering during run-ups
    • Ridley epitomizes the Flemish obsession with cyclocross



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    Bottom Bracket Height

    Bottom Bracket Drop

    41cm   45cm 50cm 49.4cm 37.8cm 71cm 8.9cm 71.5o 75o   5.3cm 42.5cm 99.9cm
    48cm   52cm 52.5cm 49.8cm 37.8cm 76.2cm 8.9cm 72o 74.5o   5.7cm 42.5cm 99.9cm
    50cm   54cm 53cm 51.6cm 38.1cm 77.9cm 10.5cm 72o 74o   6cm 42.5cm 99.9cm
    52cm   56cm 53.5cm 53.4cm 37.6cm 79.7cm 12.1cm 72o 73.5o   6.2cm 42.5cm 99.9cm
    54cm   58cm 54.5cm 55.4cm 38cm 81.6cm 14cm 72o 73.5o   6.4cm 42.5cm 100.9cm
    56cm   60cm 56cm 56.0cm 38.9cm 83.5cm 16cm 72o 73.5o   6.4cm 42.5cm 100.9cm
    58cm   62cm 57.5cm 57.5cm 39.4cm 85.3cm 17.9cm 72o 73o   6.4cm 42.5cm 103.4cm