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  1. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ritchey_Dave View Post
    Sweet ride! Hopefully someone at our Taiwan office is helping you out with that Ti frame. I owe you some socks for that Ritchey'd out ride. Do you have a US address I can send them to? If so PM it to me.
    Thanks! done...
    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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ritchey_Dave View Post
    Beautiful bike Twiggy! But you're going to have to have, at bare minimum, a full Ritchey cockpit (hmmm?) to get some socks. I still love the bike. Italy must have been a blast, I'm so jealous!

    Updated! Looks like near-white-out conditions up here in Canada ;)
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    Looking good Twiggy! How about the seatpost?
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    My commuter, touring, travel, winter & cross Bike!
    Best regards from Cologne, Germany.
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    Quote Originally Posted by v2o View Post
    My commuter, touring, travel, winter & cross Bike!
    Best regards from Cologne, Germany.
    Beautiful! What rack and fenders are those? Is your light mounted on head tube/fork?

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    Thanks! The fender is from SKS-Germany (BLUEMELS) and the rack is the VEGA from tubus Germany. The front light (60 Lux, perfect for night rides) is directly mounted on the fork.
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    New build with Ritchey

    Here is my new bike build, specs below.

    Carroll custom Fiets Maan race frame
    Carroll AL 30 wheels
    TRP 950sl brakes
    SRAM red LTE compact crankset bb30
    Speedplay zero pedals
    SRAM Force FD
    SRAM Force RD
    SRAM Force shifters
    Selle SLR saddle
    Ritchey WCS one-bolt seatpost sb20
    Ritchey WCS Logic II bar
    Ritchey WCS c260 stem
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmax119 View Post
    Here is my new bike build, specs below.

    Carroll custom Fiets Maan race frame
    Carroll AL 30 wheels
    TRP 950sl brakes
    SRAM red LTE compact crankset bb30
    Speedplay zero pedals
    SRAM Force FD
    SRAM Force RD
    SRAM Force shifters
    Selle SLR saddle
    Ritchey WCS one-bolt seatpost sb20
    Ritchey WCS Logic II bar
    Ritchey WCS c260 stem
    that's a gorgeous cockpit!

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    Gorgeous bike too. Nice job being an early adoptor of the C-260 stems. The Ritchey headset spacers are a nice touch too.
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    I was thinking there aren't enough pics of the white cyclocross frames in here so i better add another

    I've only got a few hundred miles and one plane trip on the frame but so far i am loving it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    I was thinking there aren't enough pics of the white cyclocross frames in here so i better add another

    I've only got a few hundred miles and one plane trip on the frame but so far i am loving it.
    I like it, especially the color scheme. 2011 colors, right?

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    Yep! 2011 colors, just picked up the frame a couple weeks ago. I had been searching craigslist and ebay for a deal for a while now but apparently no one wanted to let a 58cm cyclocross frame go so i finally gave in and bought a new frame.

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    Yeah! Nice bike Jeff! Cyclocross frame for road, huh? How come you didn't get the Road version?
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    Swiss Cross

    The new Swiss Cross, fantastic ride, build parts are Avid Ultimate, Sram RED, Bontrager Wheels, bar, stem,etc

    Ordered the wet red post but it wasn't a good match. When I can afford I'll order a white WCS post, stem, and bar.
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    Yeah! Thanks for posting that. If you get a chance, I for one, would love to hear your impressions of the ride.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ritchey_Dave View Post
    Yeah! Nice bike Jeff! Cyclocross frame for road, huh? How come you didn't get the Road version?
    Thanks Dave! I went with the cyclocross frame just to give me more flexibility. I have dreams of doing some epic trips/tours so the ability to run fatter tires and the rack mounts were the deciding factors for me.

    A ti road frame is definitely on the "i just won powerball" checklist

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ritchey_Dave View Post
    Yeah! Thanks for posting that. If you get a chance, I for one, would love to hear your impressions of the ride.
    Yes, will do, thinking I'll do a write up thread on the bike with good pics etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    Thanks Dave! I went with the cyclocross frame just to give me more flexibility. I have dreams of doing some epic trips/tours so the ability to run fatter tires and the rack mounts were the deciding factors for me.

    A ti road frame is definitely on the "i just won powerball" checklist
    Good reasons. Cyclocross frames make for great touring rigs. I have one for the very same reasons. Enjoy, thanks for choosing Ritchey!
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    Quote Originally Posted by twiggy View Post
    Updated! Looks like near-white-out conditions up here in Canada ;)
    Thanks for posting the near-white-out pic. I have a new build I'm starting that has ended up an almost total-white-out. I've been looking for some pics of white bar, white stem and white tape combos without much luck till I ran across your post.

    It looks good, now I've got some wrenching to do...

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    My Pearl White

    So I broke my blue and white Ritchey doing a sprint interval workout and I got the pearl white as a replacement.

    I've had it built up for a while but really didn't like the way the black carbon fork looked. So here's the result. Not a great picture but you get the idea.
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    Very classy build! Love the use of our new Classic components, and that fork is super slick.
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    ianewk, what fork is that and did you have it custom painted? That bike is sweet!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by burgrat View Post
    ianewk, what fork is that and did you have it custom painted? That bike is sweet!!!
    Thanks guys.

    I had a Ritchey Pro on it but wasn't completely sure how it would turn out. I had an uncut Easton EC90 full carbon laying in the shop so I used it.

    Believe it or not that's a rattle can job (primed then painted) and the stipes are colored electrical tape that I applied then clear coated over the whole thing. I had to sort of blend two shades of blue to get that color...it's not perfect, but it'll do.

    - Ian

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    Here's a crappy picture of mine. I just built it up last night. Full Ritchey cockpit, Force groupset and TRP Euro X brakes. It now has fenders, lights and a rack mounted which I'll post pics of when I get a chance. I'll also post up pics of the Breakaway Ti road I just built up for my wife to the same specs minus the commuter stuff.
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    The Breakaway Cross makes for an excellent commuter. I'Il bet you're winning all the traffic light sprints on that baby.
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