With great regret, I'm having to sell this beauty due to being slightly too big for me. I've purchased the frame only 4 months ago but unfortunately it comes too big and I will have to find something else. Cassette, chain and brake and gear cables were replaced recently so shifts and brakes like a dream.
Ridley Helium RS Frame Size L (see geometry here: https://www.ridley-bikes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Helium_SL_7DD_Passport_2017.pdf )
Shifters and rear mech - Dura Ace 9000
Front mech and brake calipers - Ultegra 6800
Chainset - Rotor Power LT power meter with Praxis Works 52/36 rings
Seat Post - Deda Superzero Full Carbon
Stem - Zipp Service Course SL 120mm -17 deg (or Deda Zero 100 110mm, whatever you prefer)
Bars - Deda Zero 100 Compact
Saddle - Prologo Kappa Evo
Wheels - Hunt Race Aero Wide
Looking for £1700
Based in Brighton but can travel reasonable distance or send for £10.
What about a stem that's 90mm and not slammed, coupled with a seatpin that has no setback?
Well he might want a smaller frame so he could have more aggressive sitting position. I assume the slammed stem here compensates the very long head tube. Also, many riders prefer the "feeling" of longer stems.
My set up looked similar on my 58cm frame. Then I swapped it for 56cm - best decision I made in 2018
Went to a proper bike fit today and turns out with a few adjustments, frame is fine. @Rolling_Thunder - you were right about needing a seatpost with no setback and @remrak was right about the more aggressive position and the reason for the slammed and negative stem.
Therefore, no longer for sale which I'm actually quite happy about! Cheers all
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