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  1. N1NO and Ritchey WCS XC Mountain Bike Pedals

    Nino Schurter's list of wins and championships is staggering. Olympic Champion. Multiple World Cup Series Champion. Thirty World Cup wins. And, most recently, he's a seven-time World Champion. Through all of these wins, he's ridden Ritchey WCS XC pedals. "The tools to winning."

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  2. How to wrap your handlebars!

    Wrapping bars is not only an exercise in skill, dexterity and patience, it's also an artistic endeavor that can make or break the critical interface between your hands and the handlebars. You don't want to screw it up. Fortunately, Fergus from Ritchey is here to drop some knowledge to ensure your bicycle handlebar wrapping experience is a positive one.

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  3. Top Tips for Your First Cyclocross Race

    Top Tips for Your First Cyclocross Race

    That’s right. #CrossIsComing. You’ve likely watched this exciting cycling discipline develop over the years, and you’ve found it incredibly interesting. Is this the season that you finally dip your toe into the mud and suffering of this painfully beautiful sport by moving beyond spectating? Are you ready to participate? If so, here’s a collection of tips and ideas for your first cyclocross race.

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  4. Ritchey Break-Away: A Bike of Two Halves

    Ritchey Break-Away: A Bike of Two Halves

    Our friends at Always Riding, a very cool shop in the United Kingdom, recently spent some quality time with the Ritchey Break-Away Carbon Road bike. The result is a detailed look at the benefits of having a bike that is easy to travel with.

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  5. Get Creative and You Could Ride the Japanese Odyssey

    Get Creative and You Could Ride the Japanese Odyssey

    If you’re the type of person who loves to use different artistic mediums to document your adventurous bicycle experiences, you could win the chance to be flown to Japan for this amazing ride.

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  6. How to Choose Your Next Bike Vacation

    How to Choose Your Next Bike Vacation

    Your local riding is definitely some of the best in the world, for sure. But we know you dream about your tires touching new trails or roads in other parts of the world. You’re planning on visiting some of these cycling destinations, but how do you choose where to you go for your next cycling vacation? Here’s some insight for you.

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  7. Grinduro Scotland, New Bike Day, Ornot.

    Grinduro Scotland, New Bike Day, Ornot.

    Matt and Justin from Ornot had planned the perfect adventure to travel to the United Kingdom to ride Grinduro Scotland. Their plans went a bit sideways when both of their bikes were damaged by the airline. But what's an adventure without some surprises? This is a lovely tale about an unexpected #NewBikeDay

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  8. Discussion With Tom Ritchey at fahrstil magazine in Germany

    After a great ride above Heidelberg, Germany, Tom Ritchey sat down for a question and answer session with fahrstil magazin in the cozy setting of the fahrstil klubhaus. Topics ranged from steel forks to electric bikes to weird spoke nipple sizes.

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  9. Riding Gravel and Talking with Tom in Germany

    Riding Gravel and Talking with Tom in Germany

    It was a fine Saturday afternoon in Heidelberg, Germany to host an on- and off-road ride with Tom Ritchey. The climbing was rewarding, the views were spectacular and the company was excellent. To top it all off, this great experience was followed by an hour-long question and answer session with Tom. Read the story, check out the gallery and watch the video.

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  10. Eight Great Gravel Bike Events in Europe

    Eight Great Gravel Bike Events in Europe

    Gravel riding and racing isn't just for the United States. Some seriously great gravel events have emerged in Europe, and we couldn't be more excited. Here's a collection of eight of our favorite gravel events in and around Europe!

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