E-Grifn

E-Grifn APEX AXS EGC01Bs(L)

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All-road geometry

All-road geometry

Mahle battery with the largest capacity (350Wh)

Mahle battery with the largest capacity (350Wh)

Optimized tire clearance

Optimized tire clearance

Mahle X20: a natural ride experience

Mahle X20: a natural ride experience

About E-Grifn

With the E-Grifn, you go further, longer, and higher than ever before. We chose the Mahle X20 drive unit for its very natural riding feel.

A distinctive feature of this e-bike is the choice of the Mahle X20 drive unit. This is a compact and proven system that makes the impossible possible. The assistance is proportional to the force you apply to the pedals, achieved through the use of a torque sensor in the bottom bracket communicating with the software. You feel like you're always riding with a delightful breeze at your back, making every journey feel like a sporty endeavor.

An advantage of the X20 motor is that it runs virtually without additional mechanical resistance above the limit of 25 kilometers per hour. The power delivery of the system gradually fades out, ensuring a very fluid bike experience. This also contributes to the natural feeling on the bike. Moreover, you can control the motor with your smartphone via the Mahle app and customize it to your preferences. The system even adapts to your riding behavior. With Mahle X20, you have three levels of bike assistance tailored specifically for the Grifn by our product managers in collaboration with Mahle. This 'custom mapping' is a typical example of our eternal quest for perfection.

The geometry of the E-Grifn is the same as that of the Grifn RS, with a removable front derailleur clamp, space for tires up to 42 millimeters, and the UDH hanger. The battery is neatly integrated into the frame, maintaining the sporty look of the E-Grifn.

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E-Grifn

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

Mahle battery with the largest capacity (350Wh)

For the E-Grifn, Ridley has opted for the battery with the largest capacity (350Wh), with the option to expand it further with a 171 Wh range extender that replaces a water bottle holder. Based on user data from Mahle, engineers know that the 350 Wh battery is sufficient for most rides in this all-road segment. The battery can be charged to 80% in 2 hours and fully in 3.5 hours. Integrated neatly into the frame, the battery results in the appearance of a sporty bike with the added support of an e-bike.


Mahle battery with the largest capacity (350Wh)

Optimized tire clearance

For the E-Grifn, Ridley opts for a slightly wider tire clearance compared to the Grifn. With 42 millimeters, they typically provide ample capability to handle a variety of gravel obstacles. 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 to opt for a narrower one if needed.

Optimized tire clearance

Mahle X20: a natural ride experience

The Mahle X20 drive unit is a compact and proven system that makes the impossible possible. The assistance is proportional to the force applied to the pedals, made possible by a torque sensor in the bottom bracket communicating with the software. Importantly, the system provides power only when you pedal, maintaining the feeling of riding a bike with a gentle breeze at your back. Additionally, the X20 motor operates virtually without additional mechanical resistance above the 25 kilometers per hour limit, ensuring a fluid riding experience.  In summary, Mahle stands for three pillars: light, sport, and smart! 

Mahle X20: a natural ride experience

Custom mapping

With the Mahle X20, you have three levels of bike assistance, specifically tailored for the Grifn by our product managers in collaboration with Mahle. We chose to determine these levels ourselves rather than opting for the standard settings, conducting various test sessions with different types of riders until the ideal three levels were found. This custom mapping exemplifies our eternal pursuit of perfection. Switching between the different assistance levels can be done via the satellite buttons on the handlebars or via the controller on the top tube, which also visually displays the battery capacity and assistance level. The system is ANT+ compatible, allowing battery status, support level, and personal power to be available to other ANT+ compatible devices.

Custom mapping

Specifications

  • Frame
    E-Grifn , Mahle X20, 350Wh , TA12x142 , Mudguard mounts , UDH , BB86 , Removable front derailleur clamp
  • Frame Level
    Elite Series
  • Fork
    4ZA AllRoad , TA12x100 , Integrated dynamo routing , Fender mounts , Full Carbon
  • Groupset
    Sram Apex XPLR AXS 1x12sp
  • Electric bike
    Yes
  • Crank
    Sram Apex 1x12 , 42T , 172mm
  • Rear Derailleur
    SRAM XPLR AXS
  • Cassette
    SRAM XPLR PG-1231 12s 11-44T
  • Front Wheel
    4ZA Norte G F 28TL -X20- NO STI
  • Rear Wheel
    4ZA Norte G R 28TL -MAHLE X20- NO STI
  • Handlebar
    Forza Cirrus , 420mm (cc) , 16° flared , Drop 125mm , Reach 78mm , Internal cable routing , Stealth Black
  • Stem
    Deda Super Box , 110 mm , Polish On Black
  • Brake Type
    Flat Mount
  • Seatpost
    Forza Aero , Zero Offset , 350mm
  • Saddle
    Selle Italia Model X , Black
  • Outer Tyre
    Vittoria Terreno Dry , 700x35c , TNT
  • Max Tire Clearance 700c (*)
    42 mm
  • Material
    Carbon
  • Paint Finish
    Glossy
  • Size
    L
  • Range
    All-Road
  • EAN
    5400928524131
  • Pedals
    Not included **
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    2025-01-01T00:00:00+01:00

Geometry

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I D B R A G C E S H J F
XS S M L XL
A 710 790 810 835 8
B 420 500 520 545 570
C 525 545 565 585 605
D 115 140 165 195 215
E 74.5 74 73.5 73.5 73
F 71.5 72 72 72 72
G 420 420 420 420 420
H 75 73 73 71 71
I 994 1005 1021 1043 1058
J 765 790 814 843 862
S 540 563 587 614 633
R 375 383 396 403 412

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Help & support

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What TA is used on the bike?

The frame needs a 12mm TA with a thread of 1mm (Ridley article code QRET124ZA046)


Which hanger is used on the bike?

The uses the SRAM Universal Derailleur Hanger (UDH). This means you will find easily a replacement hanger wherever you are as it is a standardised hanger (Ridley article code HANUDHSRA001)

What BB standard is used?

We use a BB86 press-fit bottom bracket standard on the Fenix SLiC, Fenix Disc, Kanzo Adventure, Kanzo Fast, Grifn, X-Night RS


What is the offset of the seatpost?

The offset of the seatpost is 6mm. The aero seatpost is used on the Noah Fast, Noah, Falcn RS, X-Night RS frame platforms.


Is there a zero offset seatpost available?

Yes, there is a zero offset seatpost available.


Which seatpostclamp is used?

The integrated seatpost clamp (Ridley article code SPCAER4ZA010) is designed for the aero seatpost of the Grifn RS and the E-Grifn

What is the maximum torque for the seatpost clamp?

The maximum torque to fix the seatpost clamp is 10Nm, like mentionned on the clamp

Which headset type is used?

The E-Grifn uses a headset with a 1 1/4'' (IS47|33) upper bearing and 1 1/2'' (IS42|50) lower bearing.

What is the tire clearance?

The tire clearance of the Grifn RS and E-Grifn is 42mm, actual width. This means the actual width of the tire on the rim. This can be different from the size mentionned on the tire.

What motor, driveunit is used on the E-Grifn?

The E-Grifn is supported by a Mahle X-20 motor in the rear hub. The motor has a maximum support of 250Wh and has 3 different support levels.

What is the battery capacity of the E-Grifn?

The E-Grifn has an internal battery of 360 Wh. You can add an extra range extender of 171Wh using the bottlecage mounts. This range extender is available through the Mahle shops.

Is there a range extender available?

Yes, there is a range extender with a capacity of 171Wh available. You can fit the range extenders using the bottlecage mounts. The range extender is available through the Mahle shops.

Is there a separate display for the Mahle system?

No, there is no separate display for the Mahle system delivered with the bike. You can add extra data fields to your gps device (Garmin, Wahoo, Hammerhead, ...) to show information like battery capacity, power output, etc.

Is there internal routing for lights?

Yes, we have added a neat integrated cablerouting through the fork to the crown of the fork for your front light. We have added 2 small holes in the frame to route the cable for your rear light internally. In this way you avoid the hassle with tape or tiewraps to guide the cables!

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