Our Fenix is the quintessential “all-round” bike. It offers the perfect blend between performance, weight, strength, stiffness and especially comfort for long days in the saddle. Its unique diamond shape tubing creates reinforced edges for a robust frame with increased impact-resistance.
While the Fenix expertly handles top competition, it is also perfectly suited for the part-time racer or recreational rider in terms of performance, comfort and cost. It’s the optimal bike for tackling your next Gran Fondo or extended tour through the Flemish Ardennes.
The Fenix SL Disc is the perfect “all-rounder” suitable for any on-road terrain and the most popular bike with Ridley cyclists.
It’s lightweight and stiff with built-in comfort to handle the roughest of terrains. For these reasons, it’s the top choice for our Soudal Lotto pro men when tackling the most demanding Spring Classics like Paris-Roubaix.
The 30mm tire clearance combined with flat-mounted disc brakes result in a perfect all-round endurance bike that is ready to conquer everything in its path no matter the weather conditions or terrain.
The lowered seatstays that compensate for the absence of a caliper brake bridge increase the frame’s stiffness for that extra boost in power-transfer.
Here at Belgian Cycling Factory, we set extremely high standards for ourselves. And it all starts with our choice of raw materials. We use only the best quality carbon available, sourced from Toray. They are the world’s leading carbon manufacturer, supplying mainly to the aerospace industry. The grades of high-modulus carbon we use vary from our most pliable 24-ton, which gives the frame flex and comfort, to 60-ton which is our stiffest.
When developing our carbon products, we strictly follow the principle of “form follows function”…down to the last detail. When creating a frame, we first analyse the exact function it needs to serve – how it will be used, how it needs to feel in every possible scenario. Next we design the shape of the frame, taking extreme care of the exact curves, lines and varying thickness of each tube. Lastly is the carbon layup. Combining the grades of carbons to get the exact feel of the bike is like piecing together the most intricate 3-D jigsaw puzzle. It usually involves hundreds of pieces of carbon, assembled in a few dozen layers.Once this puzzle is complete, what you have is a piece of machinery that is perfectly tuned for its task at hand. Every single one of our carbon bikes exemplifies this extreme attention to detail.
|Model||Fenix SL Disc|
|Frame||Fenix SL Disc, 30T-24T HM UD Carbon, Diamond Shape, TA 12x142mm|
|Fork||Fenix SL Disc, 30T-24T HM UD Carbon, TA 12x100 mm|
|Cassette||Shimano Ultegra (R8000) //11s // 11-30|
|Crank||RotoR Vegast // 175 // 52-36|
|Front Derailleur||Shimano Ultegra (R8000) // 2x11s|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano Ultegra (R8000) // 11s|
|Handlebar||DEDA Zero100 // 420mm (cc) // Black-on-Black|
|Stem||Deda Zero100 Attacco // 120 mm // Black on Black|
|Seatpost||DEDA Zero100 // 12mm Offset // 27,2mm // Black-on-Black|
|Saddle||Selle Italia XR Black|
|Front Wheel||Forza Vardar, 17mm Internal Width // TA 12x100mm // Clincher|
|Rear Wheel||Forza Vardar, 17mm Internal Width // Shimano 11s // TA 12x142mm // Clincher|
|Outer Tyre||Vittoria Corsa G 2.0 // 700x25c // Folding // Para-Black|
|Base Color||Belgian Blue // 125|
|Paint Color 2||White // 1|
|Paint Color 3||Yellow // 3|