Ridley Grifn A GRX400 All-Road Bike - 2024
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Ridley Grifn A GRX400 All-Road Bike - 2024

With the Grifn A, we expand our all-road segment to aluminum bikes. This bike is very similar to the carbon variant. With the Grifn A, we underline our ambition to offer a custom bike at every price point.

You can easily switch from a 'road-setup' to an 'offroad-setup' with the Grifn A. This aluminum bike feels at home on both regular roads and gravel paths thanks to its well-thought-out and highly appreciated all-road geometry. With internal dynamo routing and the option to install fenders, the Grifn A also becomes the ideal bike for necessary commutes.

You can choose tires up to 38 millimeters or even 40 millimeters (with 1x drivetrain) with the Grifn A, and in terms of geometry and placement of eyelets, this Grifn A is identical to the successful Grifn. Additionally, we opt for a 6061-T6 aluminum alloy because it scores very well on stiffness, metal fatigue, weight, and welding precision. The Grifn A even has a UDH, very rare among similar bikes. This makes the Grifn A a modern aluminum bike accessible to all enthusiasts.

Please Note: Images are for illustration purposes only, please see specification below.

All-road geometry
The geometry of the Ridley Grifn is the superb overlap of a stiff racing- and a tolerant off-road frame! The goal is a reactive and nimble riding feel while keeping a stable handling on off-road terrain. The head tube angle of the Grifn is slightly flatter than the head tube angle of a road bike. Compared to a gravel bike, the head tube angle is sharper. This results in a completely new geometry, specifically designed for the all-road segment. The riders of Classified Ridley were also consulted and gave positive feedback on this all-roader.
All-road geometry
Personalized setup

The frame features three mounting points on and under the downtube, as well as on the seattube, allowing you to customize the positioning of your bottle cages in conjunction with a frame bag. Additionally, there are two mounting points on the top tube for a top tube bag or toolkit, cleverly concealed under a cover. Furthermore, we have designed specific mudguards for the Grifn, enabling you to use your bike in all weather conditions.

Personalized setup
Triple-butted technique

Ridley opts for a 6061-T6 aluminum alloy for the Grifn A due to its excellent scores in stiffness, metal fatigue, weight, and welding precision. Each tube has a wall thickness at its center three times thinner than at the ends, employing the ‘triple-butted’ technique to minimize weight and maximize stiffness. The clean welding of each tube ensures that the Grifn A is a thoroughly modern aluminum bike. 

Triple-butted technique
Cable routing for lights

Like every bike in the Grifn family, you have the option to route the cable for a rear light through the top tube. This internal cable routing for the dynamo hub is also concealed in the fork leg, eliminating the need for tape and protruding cable ties. This enables you to install lighting on your bike, which is a highly convenient addition when you want to venture into the darkness.

Cable routing for lights
Optimized tire clearance

With the Grifn A, you have the option for tires up to 38 millimeters, and if you opt for a 1x drivetrain, you can even go up to 40 millimeters. With 38 millimeters, you typically have enough options to handle various gravel challenges. This maintains a balance between speed and agility on one hand, and comfort and stability on the other. Of course, on the road, you can easily switch wheels or tires if needed.

Optimized tire clearance
UDH Hanger

The universal derailleur hanger (UDH) is the new standard in the cycling world. Not only is this derailleur hanger compatible with all modern shifting groups, it also protects against derailleur breakage and chain drops. In mountain biking, UDH has long been very common, and Ridley is bringing the technology to other segments as well.

UDH Hanger
  • Frame: Grifn A, Multiple mounting points, fender mounts, internal dynamo routing, UDH, 12x142TA
  • Fork:
  • Wheels: Brand/Type varies
  • Tyres: Brand/Type varies
  • Gear/Brake Levers: Brand/Type varies
  • Front Derailleur: Brand/Type varies
  • Rear Derailleur: Brand/Type varies
  • Chainset: Brand/Type varies
  • Cassette: Brand/Type varies
  • Chain: Brand/Type varies
  • Pedals: Not included
  • Saddle: Brand/Type varies
  • Handlebars: Brand/Type varies
  • Stem: Brand/Type varies
  • Seatpost: Brand/Type varies