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    Sorry to see someone cut your fork wrong, If it was a shop they should stand behind that mistake. The old adage “always say measure twice cut once”, someone did not do that in this case From what I am seeing do not ride it till you sort it out.

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    Man what a bummer. I would chat with your lbs today to see about making it right. I definitely wouldn't ride it the way it is.

    Good luck and let us know how it turns out.

    I am thinking of ordering this frame pretty soon.
    Last edited by Dallez; 03-23-2013 at 10:48 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timjeong View Post
    (I replied on the wrong message but now I can't delete it. Oh well...)

    I've installed everything, but I'm having trouble with the fork and headset. I've pressed everything as tight as possible but there's play in the fork and head tube of the frame. I'm sure I put all the bearings in the right order and I've tighter the headset and stem.

    Also, my LBS mech had trouble with the fork steerer tube and for some reason he cut it too short. Any idea how I can get my hands on another matching fork?
    That setup is no good. I'd have you LBS either replace it or contact us if it is in fact a manufacturer defect.
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    So...the mech at my LBS has cut the fork steerer tube too short, has admitted his fault, and has offered to buy me a new fork.

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    What's the rake/offset of the fork that comes with the road logic frameset?

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    Quote Originally Posted by timjeong View Post
    What's the rake/offset of the fork that comes with the road logic frameset?
    The fork on the Road Logic has a 45mm rake for sizes 49-53, and a 43mm rake for sizes 55-59.
    Last edited by Ritchey_Dave; 03-05-2014 at 11:23 AM.
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    Thought I'd share a couple of pix of my new build.
    Ritchey Road Logic 59CM
    Ritchey WCS Alloy bars, stem, seat post and saddle
    HED Belgium rims, White Industries hubs
    Shimano Ultegra Groupo
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    Quote Originally Posted by MJB67 View Post
    Thought I'd share a couple of pix of my new build.
    Ritchey Road Logic 59CM
    Ritchey WCS Alloy bars, stem, seat post and saddle
    HED Belgium rims, White Industries hubs
    Shimano Ultegra Groupo
    Pretty much a perfect build in my eyes!
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    Very Understated!
    2016 Ritchey BreakAway (carbon)
    Full Campagnolo drivetrain - Chorus 11sp (50, 34 & 12-29)
    Zonda wheels
    Lezyne Super GPS w/Cateye speed/cadence & HR sensors
    Ritchey fork, stem, headset, bars and seatpost
    Fizik Arione VSX saddle
    Cinelli bar tape

    BeBop Pedals

    Previous:
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    2004 Giant TCR-2, Shimano 105 2x9 (sold)
    2005 Ritchey BreakAway, Campagnolo Centaur 2x10 > 3x10 (stolen)

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    Here's my new Ritchey!

    i'm sorry for the crappy pictures, i hope i can shoot some better ones tomorrow.
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    Frame: Ritchey logic road 55cm
    fork: Ritchey carbon
    Wheels: notubes alpha 340 rims, DT Aerolite spokes, DT 240s hubs
    derrailleurs: SRAM Red
    crank: SRAM Red 39-53 gxp 175
    shifters: SRAM Red
    brakes: SRAM Red
    bottom bracket: C-bear ceramic road
    saddle: Fizik arione cx kium
    seatpost: Zipp sl speed 350 mm
    handlebar: Ritchey wcs classic 26.0 42 cm
    stem: Syntace F99 ti bolts
    pedals: look keo blade carbon
    tires: Vredestein fortezza tricomp slick 23 mm
    weight: 7.49 kg
    Last edited by Jordy; 04-06-2013 at 07:51 AM.

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    Could someone outline the order in which the headset should be installed? I can't get rid of the wobble in the fork even though I've tightened the compression plug pretty darn tight. (No, I didn't tighten the stem first.)
    I just want to make sure I dropped in the headset correctly.

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    Man I feel so stupid...
    So I got the new fork but I wasn't installing the compression plug correctly. Didn't know I had to take the plug apart, fix the expanding part in the top of the steerer tube, and then screw on the top cap.

    Don't laugh!
    Last edited by timjeong; 04-11-2013 at 04:35 PM.

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    here`s my bike with Fulcrum racing zero and black handlebar tape
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    Road Logic Size 55cm

    Here is my new Ritchey Logic. Size 55. Seatpost and stem painted by David Cheakas of Southwest Frameworks. He did a great job.














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    Re: New Ritchey Road Logic

    The matching components look great.
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    You built that frame up right. Well done!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GRAVELBIKE View Post
    The matching components look great.
    +1....I've got a painter friend that just may be getting a call to do the same thing to mine. That looks awesome!

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    Lovely looking frame.
    Ritchey Dave,
    Would this work for a 220lb + rider?
    I'm looking to upgrade from an older Columbus 'SLX New' 58cm frame that I'm finding too flexy for out of the seat efforts.
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    It would totally work for a 220lbs rider. As far as flex, all I can say is Tom Ritchey prides himself on building frames that, not only fit riders of all sizes, but handles and feels right as well. At 220lbs you're not outside of the range of rider this frame was designed for, so it should feel fine.

    Quote Originally Posted by SuprF1y View Post
    Lovely looking frame.
    Ritchey Dave,
    Would this work for a 220lb + rider?
    I'm looking to upgrade from an older Columbus 'SLX New' 58cm frame that I'm finding too flexy for out of the seat efforts.
    Dave Law
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    These bikes look so good, I can hardly stand it.
    I haven't been able to unearth this anywhere else online, so I'll give it a go here:

    Dave, do you have stack and reach numbers for this frame, specifically for the 55 and 57 cm frames. And if possible, the same for the Swiss Cross.

    Thanks in advance,

    Hans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hansbaerholm View Post
    These bikes look so good, I can hardly stand it.
    I haven't been able to unearth this anywhere else online, so I'll give it a go here:

    Dave, do you have stack and reach numbers for this frame, specifically for the 55 and 57 cm frames. And if possible, the same for the Swiss Cross.

    Thanks in advance,

    Hans.
    Currently I don't have those measurements. However, we're getting them figured out and the Ritchey website should have them up within the next couple of weeks.
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    Thanks Dave,
    BTW, are there new colors for 2014?

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    The colors will remain the same for 2014. Any suggestions for 2015?

    Quote Originally Posted by hansbaerholm View Post
    Thanks Dave,
    BTW, are there new colors for 2014?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ritchey_Dave View Post
    The colors will remain the same for 2014. Any suggestions for 2015?
    Keep it dark and understated....this bike isn't made for flashy colors in my opinion.

    First thing that pops in my head, what about something along the lines of "british racing green"? That could be real nice.

    Edit to add: I have absolutely loved mine so far. Absolutely zero complaints! I highly recommend picking one up if you're on the fence

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ritchey_Dave View Post
    The colors will remain the same for 2014. Any suggestions for 2015?
    no complaints on the color from what I've seen in pics, but a classic ritchey red/white/blue, either in panels or fade, or red like the swisscross, or the blue/silver like the chicane. Stay classy!

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