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    Default Re: Tom Ritchey

    The whole thing. Clear coat sanded back then the whole post painted so it goes back to 27.2mm

    It will scratch pretty easily but looks good

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    Default Re: Tom Ritchey

    It's going to look great.

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    This whole thread ��. Have wanted a Ritchey for so long. One day I hope to stumble across a red/white Swiss Cross disc, or one of the fade paint job P29 or Ultra frames in my size.
    @rmplum, the bike looks amazing. I saw it on eBay and nearly bid on it, great find!

    Can't wait to see the black road logic all built up!
    Tom Lowry
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    Default Re: Tom Ritchey

    Piling on the love for Ritchey with some updated photos of this one. Can't ever fault the riding experience


    Instagram: rellonchris

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    Default Re: Tom Ritchey

    Canít fault your equipment choices either. That is proper lush.

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    Default Re: Tom Ritchey

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    Reconfigured this frame in an exercise of recycling that which is far more than good enough but not quite perfect.
    - Athena Powertorque crankset which was otherwise languishing as a future chainring donor
    - Veloce Quickshift Ergopower levers constrained to single shifts
    - Chrous 10-speed rear changer, Centaur front and Potenza brakes making components from five different groups in one
    Gets it back on the road and keeps it out of the classifieds at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by osbk67 View Post
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    Reconfigured this frame in an exercise of recycling that which is far more than good enough but not quite perfect.
    - Athena Powertorque crankset which was otherwise languishing as a future chainring donor
    - Veloce Quickshift Ergopower levers constrained to single shifts
    - Chrous 10-speed rear changer, Centaur front and Potenza brakes making components from five different groups in one
    Gets it back on the road and keeps it out of the classifieds at least.
    That's the way to get it done!
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    Default Re: Tom Ritchey

    Nicely done. You have (or had) a good spares box!

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    Default Re: Tom Ritchey

    It's never easy making my gangly-ass bikes look good but this one is coming out alright...







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    Default Re: Tom Ritchey

    Wonderful details, Tristan. Can’t wait to see pics of the whole bike. I’m sure it’s stellar.

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