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Hi all,

  New to the community here.  I have been looking for a X night for a while now- no luck yet.  If anyone has one for sale now, or will have one coming up for sale, please contact me.



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I have a 58cm X Night for sale.  Seat mast is cut to approx 785mm center of bb to saddle rail.  Built with Red shifters and rear, force front.  It has 44/38 rings on the front but I have a 46 if you want.  If you are interested I can get photos later today.  I also have a 58cm Supercross available as well.


Hi Ben, 

  What year is the X night?  Love to see some Photos!


And another photo:


Here is one photo:


Ben, Do you still have this setup ? If so what year is the frame, and can you give me an idea on wear and tear, miles ... you know the normal stuff. Also a range of what you may be asking. Thanks, Mark

I'm selling mine:

The frame is new, old stock. I bought it at the end of last year from a local bike shop.

Built with Shimano Dura-Ace 7900 shifters, Dura-Ace 7800 front derailleur, Ultegra 6700 rear derailleur, R700 172.5 cranks with 50-34 chainrings. TRP EuroX carbon cantilever brakes. PRO Vibe 7S white 130mm stem with PRO Vibe 7S white 44cm (c-c) handlebars.

Brand new cables, orange Hudz hoods and matching Deda bar tape.

For those unfamiliar with Ridley sizing, like me (which is why I'm selling it), a Ridley 54 fits like a 56 from most other manufacturers.

No wheels. No saddle. The steerer tube and the integrated seat mast have not been cut down. Includes all of the steerer and seat mast attachments.

Is this a picture of the actual frame ? 58cm correct ?

That is the actual frame. I missed your size request as this is a 54 but it fits like a 56+.

Thanks for clarifying. Have a great day.


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