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Annemiek van Vleuten takes dramatic late victory over Anna van der Breggen at La Course 2018

The Mitchelton-Scott winner accelerated past Anna van der Breggen (Boels-Dolmans) in a finish no one could have predictedAnnemiek van Vleuten wins La Course (Photo by Justin Setterfield/Getty Images)The Mitchelton-Scott winner pipped Anna van der Breggen (Boels-Dolmans) on the line after a three rider break ...


Who’s out of the Tour de France after the first rest day?

Keep up to date with who has withdrawn from this years Tour de FranceRichie Porte abandoned the 2018 Tour de France after breaking his collarbone on stage nineKeep up to date with who has withdrawn from the 2018 Tour de France...


Best Amazon Prime Day deals for cyclists 2018: new deals from the final day

Amazon Prime Day takes place on Monday July 16 and Tuesday July 17 - and weve got a heads up on the best deals for cyclists It all gets real when the parcels arrive... Amazon Prime Day offers lots of great deals for cyclists, well get advanced warning of the best deals...


The Giro Rosa and why it risks becoming irrelevant

Comment: A fantastic spectacle, but the Giro risks becoming invisible with its scheduling and lack of coverageAnnemiek van Vleuten wins on Monte Zoncolan (Photo by Luc Claessen/Getty Images)A fantastic spectacle, but the Giro risks becoming invisible with its scheduling and lack of coverage...


Five things to look out for in the second week of the Tour de France

Three days in the Alps to look forward to10 June 2017 69th Criterium du Dauphine Stage 07 : Aosta - Alpe dHuez Peloton Photo : Yuzuru SUNADAThree consecutive days in the Alps kick off the second week of the 2018 Tour de France, with a big summit finish to Alpe dHuez to look forward to....


Marcel Kittel: ‘I’m not putting a big question mark over my future with Katusha’

The German says hes fully focused on turning his Tour de France fortunes around with the team despite being openly criticised by his sports directorMarcel Kittel at the 2018 Tour de France (ASO)The German says hes fully focused on turning his Tour de France fortunes around with the team despite being openly criticised by his sports director...


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Annemiek van Vleuten takes dramatic late victory over Anna van der Breggen at La Course 2018

The Mitchelton-Scott winner accelerated past Anna van der Breggen (Boels-Dolmans) in a finish no one could have predictedAnnemiek van Vleuten wins La Course (Photo by Justin Setterfield/Getty Images)The Mitchelton-Scott winner pipped Anna van der Breggen (Boels-Dolmans) on the line after a three rider break ...


Who’s out of the Tour de France after the first rest day?

Keep up to date with who has withdrawn from this years Tour de FranceRichie Porte abandoned the 2018 Tour de France after breaking his collarbone on stage nineKeep up to date with who has withdrawn from the 2018 Tour de France...


Best Amazon Prime Day deals for cyclists 2018: new deals from the final day

Amazon Prime Day takes place on Monday July 16 and Tuesday July 17 - and weve got a heads up on the best deals for cyclists It all gets real when the parcels arrive... Amazon Prime Day offers lots of great deals for cyclists, well get advanced warning of the best deals...


The Giro Rosa and why it risks becoming irrelevant

Comment: A fantastic spectacle, but the Giro risks becoming invisible with its scheduling and lack of coverageAnnemiek van Vleuten wins on Monte Zoncolan (Photo by Luc Claessen/Getty Images)A fantastic spectacle, but the Giro risks becoming invisible with its scheduling and lack of coverage...


Five things to look out for in the second week of the Tour de France

Three days in the Alps to look forward to10 June 2017 69th Criterium du Dauphine Stage 07 : Aosta - Alpe dHuez Peloton Photo : Yuzuru SUNADAThree consecutive days in the Alps kick off the second week of the 2018 Tour de France, with a big summit finish to Alpe dHuez to look forward to....


Marcel Kittel: ‘I’m not putting a big question mark over my future with Katusha’

The German says hes fully focused on turning his Tour de France fortunes around with the team despite being openly criticised by his sports directorMarcel Kittel at the 2018 Tour de France (ASO)The German says hes fully focused on turning his Tour de France fortunes around with the team despite being openly criticised by his sports director...


Ridley Fenix Sl Ultegra Road Bike - Performance Exclusive - 31-7105 - Bikes sku

- 31-7105 by Ridley

Item description: This Bikes Road Bikes product is by Ridley - Ridley Fenix SL Ultegra Road Bike - Performance Exclusive. Ridley set out to build a bike with the versatility to climb, sprint and provide ample comfort for your longest days in the saddle, and the SL doesn't disappoint. The full carbon, high modulous frame has a touch of aero, with a shaped hour glass head tube is stiff and aerodynamic, while the fork integrates smoothly into the frame to better channel air flow around the bike and eliminate drag. The diamond-shaped down tube is big and beefy for maximum rigidity, while maintaining the tough tube shapes the original Fenix was known for. The flat top tube starts out massive at the head tube junction, then arches and tapers to the seat tube, which Ridley claims helps the frame flex just a little bit more for added compliance. The pencil thin seat stays that help soak up plenty of road vibration, and chunky asymmetric chain stays for added power transfer. Official word is the Fenix clears a 28mm tire--but we can personally attest that with the right tire/rim combo, you can go quite a bit wider. The Fenix SL is built with Shimano's popular and highly regarded Ultegra 11-speed groupset, which includes a compact crankset and, of course, the Grand Tour-winning technology of Dura-Ace at a competition-level price point. With excellent ergonomics and a masterful front derailleur that makes shifting to the big ring even under power, easy and efficient, Ultegra continues to set a high standard for mechanical shifting. Rounding things out is an alloy stem, handlebar, seatpost and saddle. Doublewall alloy wheels offer a premium ride quality, with a semi-deep section rim for some aerodynamic gains that won't weigh you down. Wrapping up the wheels is a set of Continental Ultra Sport tires.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Ridley

Keywords: Racing Road Bikes

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Category: Road Bikes

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