Riddick Bikes

Fresh to the UK Riddick is a high-specification ATB brand targeted at individuals who are serious about their bikes. The range has been created with individuals in mind who aspire to own professional quality equipment without the hefty price tag. Each model within the Riddick range boasts the high end specification you might expect from a premium brand, with high-quality components equipped throughout each model. Riddick mountain bikes deliver consistent performance on every ride, where ever the trail takes you.

Riddick RD300

The RD300 is at home on the trails. Built around a superlight alloy frame with internal cables it features full front and rear Shimano Altus gearing with Shimano alloy EZ fire shifter / lever combination. Rugged WTB tyres will ensure that you can venture anywhere on this bike which is ideally suited to the novice or price conscious mountain biker.


  • Frame: 6061 Alloy / Internal Cables.
  • Fork: SR Suntour suspension fork XCT.


  • Shifters: Shimano / 3 x 8 Speed.
  • Rear Derailleur: Shimano Altus.
  • Front Derailleur: Shimano Altus.
  • Front Brake: Mechanical disc brake, 160mm rotor.
  • Rear Brake: Mechanical disc brake, 160mm rotor.
  • Chainset: FC TY701 /42-34-24T.
  • Cassette: CS-HG31 11-34T.
  • Pedals: 9/16" Alloy ED MTB style.
  • Chain: KMC Z72.
  • Weight: 14.2kg.


  • Rims: Riddick double wall.
  • Hubs: Modus alloy 32H.
  • Spokes: Stainless, black.
  • Tyres: WTB Bee Line / 27.5 x 2.2.


  • Saddle: WTB Rocket V.
  • Handlebars: 720mm double butted.
  • Brakeset: Tektro MD-M300.
  • Seat Post: 31.6 x 350 w/Riddick logo.
  • Grips: Hermans Grind 130mm.
  • Stem: Ahead stem.
  • Headset: Neco Integrated Headset.
  • Condition: New in box. 90% built. Inflation of tyres. Fitting of pedals, handlebars/stem and seat post/saddle, adjustments to brake and gear cables required prior to riding. Tools required for assembly: cross head screwdriver, 4/5/6mm allen keys, 15mm spanner for pedals. A generic manual is included but may not include specific assembly instructions. If you are un-able to assemble the bike safely, we recommend that the bike is taken to your local bike mechanic for assembly prior to use.