A treasure trove of info is streaming in from the Great White North from QBP’s Frost Bike on all the soon-to-be-released Ridley cyclocross products for this coming season. My main man Todd Schmidt of Ridley USA walks us through the 2013 product line in this little ditty.
Also in from Frost Bike are other awesome datapoints for all of you hungry for data on the new disc-brake compatible frames.
2013 Ridley X-Fire Disc-only
Complete Bike MSRP – $3,395 (Ultegra equipped)
Frame Only MSRP – $1,695
-Di2 Compatible-Disc only, 135 spacing
-24-ton high-modulus carbon monocoque frame
-PF30 full carbon bottom bracket shell -Internal cable routing with continuous cable housing
-4ZA Oryx full carbon monocoque fork
-1.5” tapered headtube.
-7sizes from 41-58cm
-Proportionally sized downtube for easy grip
2013 Ridley X-Fire Apex Disc
Complete Bike MSRP – $2,695
The Apex is a price point bike who’s general frame highlights spec is very similar to above. More details coming on the Apex group/brake options.
2013 Ridley X-Ride Apex Disc
Complete Bike $2,195
Frame Only MSRP – &995 (does come in canti-only frame as well for $895)
-Disc brake frame: 135 spacing
-1.5” oversized lower headtube bearing and fork crown
-4ZA Oryx full carbon fork
For those of you hungry to start thinking about your geometry for next season on these steeds above, here are the charts:
And for the pièce de résistance…the 2013 bikes get the custom Belgium Prologo saddle treatment. Bam!