Tech / Ritchey Logic

  1. Beware of Counterfeit Products

    Beware of counterfeit Ritchey products sold through unauthorized channels.

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  2. Voluntary replacement: Ritchey WCS Carbon 1-Bolt Post

    From: Ritchey Design 575 Old County Road San Carlos, CA 94070 650-517-1878 Subject: Voluntary replacement of Ritchey WCS Carbon One-bolt Seatpost

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  3. Philippe Gilberts Custom Bike

    Philippe Gilbert is ready to tackle the cobbles this spring with his custom painted Canyon bike.  This bike was created for Philippe to ride starting at the Ronde van vlaanderen (Tour of Flanders). This is a fantastic looking bike and the photos speak for themselves.

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  4. Rough Riding in the LA Times

    I am deeply honored to have been featured in a special Health section of the LA Times right after the New Year. I made a point of riding my road bike on one of my favorite fire roads above Brentwood for the photo shoot, which was on December 13, 2007.

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  5. Break-Away Owner Travel Tips on How to Pack for Bikepacking

    Looking back, it’s hard to imagine life without my Ritchey Break-Away. As a manager in a high-tech firm, I’ve dragged it literally around the world and to 3 continents in the 3+ years I’ve owned it. It’s made my hectic business travel schedule tolerable —heck, even enjoyable – and I’ve ridden in places I never even knew existed. I’ll never forget some of the experiences I’ve had on my Ritchey: exploring narrow mountain roads on Japan’s Kyushu Island, riding a century through the former East Germany, watching the sun set from atop Mount Hamilton, CA, blasting through traffic in Tokyo and Los Angeles, even placing 3rd in an early-season road race in Oregon. It’s logged well over 125,000 airline miles and who knows how many road miles, and after 3 years and lots of abuse I’m still using the original case (though I am going to get the frame repainted this winter- the baggage handlers have not been kind!). I’ve gotten plenty of curious stares from the clerks at the baggage counter, but never once have I had to pay extra to check the luggage.

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