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  1. 2018 Ritchey Holiday Gift Guide

    2018 Ritchey Holiday Gift Guide

    Looking for the perfect gift for that special cyclist in your life? Or maybe you just want to give yourself a little something because, you know, you deserve it for all the hard work you've done this year. Either way, here's a list of some great Ritchey goods that we think will make great gifts!

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  2. Ritchey HQ Lunch Room Bike Video Tour

    As you might imagine, the lunch room at the Ritchey office is more interesting than most corporate cafeterias. Ours is filled with a plethora of classic, vintage and unique Ritchey bikes and frames. Fergus gives us an exclusive video tour of this breathtaking collection of Ritchey history.

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  3. Jenny Graham - Cycling Around the World in Record Time

    Jenny Graham - Cycling Around the World in Record Time

    Jenny Graham recently finished an amazing, record-breaking ride around the world. She was nice enough to take the time to talk about her motivation, how she maintained that motivation, and what it's like to ride 18,400 miles around the world in only 124 days.

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  4. Preparing to Ride the Japanese Odyssey

    Preparing to Ride the Japanese Odyssey

    Photographer James Robertson recently won the opportunity to travel to Japan to ride the Japanese Odyssey, a 10-day bikepacking adventure around the country. He'll be riding a Ritchey Outback that's outfitted with Apidura packs and he'll be wearing 7mesh cycling apparel. Here's a brief conversation with him.

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  5. Boris Vallée of Team Wanty-Groupe Gobert Wins in China

    Boris Vallée of Team Wanty-Groupe Gobert Wins in China

    2018 showed the Wanty-Groupe Gobert team fight strongly from the cold cobble stones of the Spring Classics to the grueling breaks of the Tour de France. To finish out the season, Belgian Boris Vallée climbed to the top of the podium at the Tour of Taihu Lake in China this past weekend.

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  6. Tour du Rwanda: So Much More Than a Bike Race

    Tour du Rwanda: So Much More Than a Bike Race

    Despite the preconceived notions that might be held by some people, cycling and bicycle racing are quite popular in Rwanda. Marc Pro Strava, a United States-based pro/Cat-1 road racing team, recently traveled to this African country to race. This deep dive report is a first-hand account of the experience.

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  7. 7 Heaven: An Intro to the 7stanes MTB Trail Centers

    7 Heaven: An Intro to the 7stanes MTB Trail Centers

    In Southern Scotland, close to the English border, sits a heaven for those of us who worship mountain biking. The 7stanes offers a wide network of trails that's sure to have something for every type of mountain biker. Beth Bryn Hodge took her Ritchey P-650b to explore everything 7stanes has to offer.

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  8. A Journey Back to Cycling

    A Journey Back to Cycling

    You might be surprised to learn that the life of a cycling journalist is not as easy of a job as you might think. Near constant travel and weeks without actually riding a bike can take a toll on one’s body, but after being inspired by a Ritchey Road Logic, our author gets back on the bike and pedals his way to better health and joy.

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  9. 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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  10. 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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