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  1. Gravel Bikes
    In this installment we look at top tires from Hutchinson, Terrene, Soma, Ritchey, Vittoria, and Maxxis. After a great reception to the first two parts of RoadBikeReview's Gravel Tire test, we went out to see if there were more tires that piqued our curiosity. Thankfully, we found six more great...
  2. Components, Wrenching
    Three words sum up the current direction of road bike wheel technology: wide, tubeless, disc. Indeed, nearly every wheel maker showing off new wares during the recently wrapped up trade show season was ticking at least two of these boxes, aiming to capitalize on the growing trend toward...
  3. Components, Wrenching
    Venerable brand manages to succeed where others have failed with monorail design One of the age-old quandaries of the gram counting weight weenie is finding the lightest and most comfortable seatpost and saddle combination. With so many different posts and saddles on the market these days...
  4. General Cycling Discussion
    The new Ritchey Break-Away Carbon is made to be broken…apart. And then reassembled. Our reveal of new Ritchey product continues today as the North American Handmade Bicycle Show (NAHBS) kicks off in Charlotte, N.C. this morning. As we mentioned in an article yesterday, we spied some new...
  5. Cyclocross
    Our reveal of new Ritchey product continues today as the North American Handmade Bicycle Show (NAHBS) kicks off in Charlotte, N.C. this morning. As we mentioned in an article yesterday, we spied some new Ritchey bikes when we stopped by their offices last week-they let us take photographs, but...
  6. Cyclocross
    Last week we got a sneak peek at the bikes Ritchey will show at this weekend's North American Handmade Bicycle Show (NAHBS) in Charlotte, NC. We were sworn to secrecy until the end of this week and get to show you one bike today and two tomorrow. First up-the new Ritchey Swiss Cross Disc...
  7. Components, Wrenching
    Full credit to Tom Ritchey. Of all the legacy brands in the cycling world, his is among the most authentic. While many of Ritchey's peers long-ago settled for hood-ornament status, Ritchey remains truly involved in his company's product offerings. Mostly that means he rides - a lot. Somewhere in...
  8. General Cycling Discussion
    Editor's Note: This is the next installment in a series of interviews RoadBikeReview.com is conducting with various thought leaders in the cycling industry. The mission is to discover what trends and technological developments they think will drive the two-wheeled world in 2013. We had the...
  9. General Cycling Discussion
    Welcome to the RoadBikeReview Holiday Gift Guide: 2012 edition. Picking the perfect gift for the road cyclist in your life is never an easy task. With so many options in the bike space, it can be quite the frustrating experience. We're here to help with this holiday gift guide! This year, we're...
  10. General Cycling Discussion
    http://vimeo.com/42600479 This year marks the 40th anniversary of Tom Ritchey entering the cycling industry. To celebrate the milestone, Jay Bird Films has produced and released a short film titled "Tom Ritchey's 40-Year Ride". The moving short film, beautifully captures the journey of Tom...
  11. General Cycling Discussion
    Sean shows us the latest offerings from Ritchey on the Super Logic front. A new all carbon stem, utilizing the C260 clamping system, as well as an all new all carbon Evo Curve Carbon handlebar. The Evo Curve bend has been one of Ritchey's most popular aluminum bars, so it only seemed logical to...
  12. General Cycling Discussion
    Tom Ritchey stops by to talk 40 years of building bikes. Starting out as a 15 year old who just wanted to build a bike on a whim, he started professionally building road bikes for years before venturing into the new category of mountain bikes in 1979. This year, Ritchey will be launching a new...
  13. General Cycling Discussion
    Tom Ritchey, legendary framebuilder, started building his first frames in 1972, making 2012 his 40th year of custom framebuilding. To celebrate this landmark Tom Ritchey is offering a small batch of his finely crafted, fillet brazed steel frames to the public for the first time in many years...
  14. General Cycling Discussion
    Featured User Review: Ritchey Break Away Cross Frame by 55x11 Price: $1049.00 at BicycleDoctorUSA Overall Rating: 5 of 5 Value Rating: 5 of 5 Favorite Ride: Random city rides Bike Setup: Ritchey Breakaway Steel Cross (Cyclocross) 2011 model, with 105/Ultegra components. Tested with Mavic...
  15. Components, Wrenching
    Ritchey unveiled three new products at the recent DealerCamp expo out in Park City, Utah. First of those three products was the C260 WCS Stem. We were able to get some time with one recently and can say we're quite impressed with the new stem. The stem is noticeably light when picked up...
  16. General Cycling Discussion
    [youtube width="640" height="385"]httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YQTSmvrayI Sean Coffey of Ritchy Design brings over the newly announced 2011 Swiss Cross Cyclocross bike. This particular frame was built and fillet brazed by Tom Ritchey himself, but production versions will all be tig-welded.
  17. General Cycling Discussion
    Michael Creed with Team Type 1, Marc de Maar with UnitedHealthcare presented by Maxxis & Nathaniel English with Echelon Gran Fondo/Z-Team SAN CARLOS, Calif. - On Sunday, Ritchey Design-sponsored teams UnitedHealthcare presented by Maxxis, Jamis/Sutter Home Men's Pro Cycling Team and...
  18. General Cycling Discussion
    SAN CARLOS, Calif. - Luis Amaran, rider for the Ritchey Design-sponsored team Jamis/Sutter Home Men's Cycling Team, won the 33rd annual Joe Martin Stage Race in Fayetteville, Arkansas May 6 - 9, 2010 racing on the Ritchey Design WCS Logic II Bar, 4-Axis Stem, and WCS 1-Bolt Seat Post. It is his...
  19. General Cycling Discussion
    "Ritchey Dave" a Ritchey Design Rep just posted some sneak peak photos of the new WCS EvoCurve in our forums. A combination of the popular Evolution bar's comfortable ergo tops and the shallow drop of their new Curve bar, the end result - EvoCurve. Specs - Drop: 131mm Reach: 83mm Width: 40, 42...
  20. General Cycling Discussion
    Angelo of Ritchey shows us some of the new road products coming from Ritchey Design this year, including a new group of "classic" bars and stems. [youtube width="640" height="385"]httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1s0gpUh6cY
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