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    Ritchey BAB

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    Sweet

    I have the Ti XC version - wish it was a smaller frame as it would be easier to pack. Show final build photos

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    Nice. I didn't realize Ti CX frames come with carbon (?) in rear triangle.

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    They don't

    Quote Originally Posted by 55x11 View Post
    Nice. I didn't realize Ti CX frames come with carbon (?) in rear triangle.
    His frame is a road frame. I have a Ti cross and it's all Ti

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    My only Ritchey is a classic MTB. Here's my 1984 Commando, fillet brazed by Tom, that I bought new back then. This year I restored it with tires, and new bars.






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    awsome

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    That's great looking Commando!
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    Ultegra 6700
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    I was lucky to get a frame in my size with the best look ever: blue and white:
    Ritchey BA 60cm
    WCS bar, stem and seatpost wet white
    Campy Record 10s (sprocket and brakes are Centaur)
    Campy Zonda

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    Hmmm..I thought I already posted to this thread. guess not. Here's mine in 2 significantly different configurations.
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    One more. Wife's bike.
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    Pro Logic II Wet Black handlebars
    WCS 4-axis stem
    Pro Logic Tapered Headset
    Carbon Pro seatpost
    Pro Paradigm pedals
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    Ritchey Breakaways on top of the Tourmalet. I built these up for my wife and I earlier this year for our TDF trip. The decision was brilliant! Not only did they fly for normal baggage rates, the rental bikes others in our group had were ill fitting and prone to mechanical problems while we were on on our own bikes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smcnees View Post
    Ritchey Breakaways on top of the Tourmalet. I built these up for my wife and I earlier this year for our TDF trip. The decision was brilliant! Not only did they fly for normal baggage rates, the rental bikes others in our group had were ill fitting and prone to mechanical problems while we were on on our own bikes.
    amazing, nice! and thanks for sharing. Those look like Ritchey BAB CX circa 2011, right?

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    Mine is a steel CX. Hers is a Ti Road.
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    Here's my $10. garage sale buy, need's a lot of work but think it will be worth it in the end, will probably end up running dura ace 7800 on it, have a set of wolber profile 20's with D/A 7400 hubs that will look great with it as well.Ritchey Road Logic_DSCN0051.jpgRitchey Road Logic_DSCN0045.jpg

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    Score!

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    ^ For sure, got to get it to the frame builders soon to replace all the cable guides and rear brake stay. Not sure whether to leave the top tube guides on top of the tube or get them moved underneath or internal. Also does anyone know about the serial numbers on these? Mine has 9417 stamped on the bottom bracket, does that mean 1994 and number 17? is it that simple

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    www.oldmountainbikes.com is a great resource for all things Ritchey. They have an extensive database of Ritchey serial numbers dating back pretty darn far.
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    Thanks Dave
    will check it out and see what I can find out

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    Here's a pic of my wife and I on the way up Mt. Diablo to watch stage 7 of the Tour of California last Saturday. We flew the bikes down from Seattle and got in some incredible rides while watching stages 5-8.

    Hers is a Ti Road, Mine a Steel CX.
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    Ritchey.jpg



    Mine flew free on Southwest to Napa last week. Perfect for a vacation. Made for a perfect week.

    The more I ride it, the more I think I need a smaller size though.
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    Tis the season for all of us not hard enough to play to belittle those not hard enough to win. We are a funny lot. - dave @ November Bicycles

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    Cool little write up about a Breakaway I found.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ritchey_Dave View Post
    Cool little write up about a Breakaway I found.

    Oleg's Cycle Adventures
    Yeah...............I still can't get my handlebars in the bag. I ended up putting them in my other bag. I have decided that a Ti Cross Breakaway with discs would be my perfect travel/cyclocross/gravel bike.
    Tis the season for all of us not hard enough to play to belittle those not hard enough to win. We are a funny lot. - dave @ November Bicycles

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    2013 Road Logic

    Finishing touches were put on yesterday! Due to rain, the maiden voyage is pushed back to this evening. Here's to hoping the day goes fast!


    2013 Ritchey Road Logic 55cm
    Rival Shifters
    Force Crankset
    Apex Brakes
    Ultegra FD
    Rival RD
    Mavic Ksyrium Elite Wheelset
    Conti GP4000 tires
    WCS Evo Curve bars 44cm
    WCS 4Axis stem 120mm/73D
    WCS One-Bolt seatpost
    Shimano 105 pedals

    No weight-weenie or carbon bits & pieces really....I'm no weight-weenie myself going about 175. You could certainly drop the weight if you wanted to spend a bit more cash. As it sits it comes in at 18.5 lbs. I'm plenty pleased with that. Can't wait to get it on the road tonight!

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