experiences

  1. Bike Check! Fergus' Ritchey Carbon Outback Break-Away

    Bike Check! Fergus' Ritchey Carbon Outback Break-Away

    Ritchey Outback Break-Away bike check. Check out Fergus' daily driver that recently took on Austrailia's outback and more. 

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  2. For the moment, I am fine: How to ride Lost & Found's gravel grinder

    For the moment, I am fine: How to ride Lost & Found's gravel grinder

    On June 1st, the city of Portola, CA filled with riders from across the United States to test their spirits and each other for the annual Lost and Found gravel race. Armed with our Swiss Cross and more than a few granola bars, we went to see just what the fuss was all about. 

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  3. Bike Check! Swiss Cross does Lost & Found gravel ride

    Bike Check! Swiss Cross does Lost & Found gravel ride

    Ritchey Swiss Cross gravel bike check. View more about the new gravel bike that's also a ripping cross bike. 

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  4. Tech Talk: Ritchey Zeta Wheel System

    Building upon the legendary bicycle wheel-building and -design heritage of Ritchey, the WCS Zeta wheels offer modern features that allow them to perform gracefully in variety of ride settings. In this video, Fergus walks us through all of the features of the Zeta wheels.

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  5. The Destination is a Journey: Bike Touring Australia

    The Destination is a Journey: Bike Touring Australia

    The road stretched out in front of me like a never ending sun-bleached welcome mat. I was somewhere southeast of Adelaide and more miles into my bike tour than I could recount. Below, my legs ticked out a a rhythm that my Outback Break-Away could handle, yet my detached consciousness didn't seem to notice. Unsure of where my partner was, I continued ahead without knowing exactly when the wind would stop or the pavement would end. 

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  6. How to Organize a Group Ride

    How to Organize a Group Ride

    Group bike rides offer wonderful cycling experiences, the chance to bond with other cyclists, and are a great way to find new bicycle routes. You've likely ridden bikes with all sorts of groups of other people, but have you ever tried to organize your own group ride? It's easy and fun, and these guidelines for organizing a group ride for the first time will ensure everyone will have a great ride.

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  7. The New Ritchey Swiss Cross: Everything you need to know

    The New Ritchey Swiss Cross: Everything you need to know

    The Swiss Cross has been part of the Ritchey stable of bikes for 25 years, and a new version is here to satisfy all of your cyclocross and other off-road racing cravings. While the core of this legendary steel bike remains true to its roots, there's some very modern updates found on this version. Here's what you need to know about the new Ritchey Swiss Cross.

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  8. Cycling in Japan: Break-Away Tour Diary

    Cycling in Japan: Break-Away Tour Diary

    Each armed with a Ritchey Steel Cross Break-Away, the husband and wife team of Nadia Abdul Aziz and Eka Jabar criss-cross Japan, immersing themselves in the scenery and local culture. In this five-part series, Nadia and Eka bring us along so we can share their experience. You'll enjoy the wonderful photos and colorful details of their journey.

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  9. Bike Check! Dustin's Ritchey Steel Road Break-Away

    Bike Check! Dustin's Ritchey Steel Road Break-Away

    Ritchey Road Break-Away® bike check. Check out Dustin's customized Road Break-Away!

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  10. The Japanese Odyssey: 2018 Ride Summary & Gallery

    The Japanese Odyssey: 2018 Ride Summary & Gallery

    Through a collaboration with Apidura and 7Mesh, James Robertson was dispatched to ride and document the Japanese Odyssey. A photographer from Scotland, James spent 10 days riding around Japan and returned with a new camera, many rolls of film, and an interesting story to tell about his adventure. In addition to the story you're going to read here, Apidura is hosting more words and images from James. You can find that here.

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    I’m writing this having just watched the Ritchey Outback I was generously lent leave in the cab of a lorry: as if the courier instinctively new despite its shabby well traveled cardboard box that it deserved special treatment. I like to think I’m not the kind of person that gets

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