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  1. NAHBS 2017 Builder Profile: Tom Donhou

    NAHBS 2017 Builder Profile: Tom Donhou

    Ritchey is proud to share the passion, the spirit and the dedication of small framebuilders around the world. We're especially excited when these talented craftspeople choose to adorn their works of art with Ritchey components. We're highlighting these builders, and their bikes, here on the Ritchey web site with the NAHBS Builder Profile Series. Read all about Tom Donhou in this installment.

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  2. Overcoming a TBI

    Overcoming a TBI

    My name is Ben Frederick. l rode bikes for Ritchey at the pro level in cyclocross from the fall of 2015 through the fall of 2016. I crashed heavily two weeks before the 2016 ‘cross season kicked off and have been recovering from a Traumatic Brain Injury since. My hope is to tell you a little bit about my experience to help raise awareness of the (potential) effects of concussion.

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  3. Check out what Karl Scored...

    Check out what Karl Scored...

    1984 Ritchey Team Comp with original Bullmoose! "Picked up this little gem off Craigslist today. Almost all original including the Dura Ace hubs.I cleaned it up a bit, removed the killed chain and broken front derailleur. She's almost all original. Dura Ace hubs, XT deer head shifters and derailleur. Four finger Shimano levers and twin down tube water bottle bosses.

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  4. NAHBS 2017 Builder Profile: Mike DeSalvo

    NAHBS 2017 Builder Profile: Mike DeSalvo

    Ritchey is proud to share the passion, the spirit and the dedication of small framebuilders around the world. We're especially excited when these talented craftspeople choose to adorn their works of art with Ritchey components. We're highlighting these builders, and their bikes, here on the Ritchey web site with the NAHBS Builder Profile Series. Here Mike DeSalvo talks about his 18 years building bikes.

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  5. NAHBS 2017 Builder Profile: Carl Strong

    NAHBS 2017 Builder Profile: Carl Strong

    Ritchey is proud to share the passion, the spirit and the dedication of small framebuilders around the world. We're especially excited when these talented craftspeople choose to adorn their works of art with Ritchey components. We're highlighting these builders, and their bikes, here on the Ritchey web site with the NAHBS Builder Profile Series. This installment focuses on Carl Strong.

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  6. NAHBS 2017 Builder Profile: Low Bicycles

    NAHBS 2017 Builder Profile: Low Bicycles

    Ritchey is proud to share the passion, the spirit and the dedication of small framebuilders around the world. We're especially excited when these talented craftspeople choose to adorn their works of art with Ritchey components. We're highlighting these builders, and their bikes, here on the Ritchey web site with the NAHBS Builder Profile Series. This post is about Andrew Low and his passion for framebuilding.

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  7. RITCHEY x STINNER x ORNOT

    RITCHEY x STINNER x ORNOT

    We teamed up with Ornot Clothing and Stinner frameworks on this beautiful collaboration that features our coming soon late tapered disc fork and over-sized external lower headset.

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  8. Carmichael Training Systems on Why They Love Ritchey Bars and Stems

    Carmichael Training Systems on Why They Love Ritchey Bars and Stems

    In the 40 years I’ve been riding, some of the worst non-collision crashes I’ve ever seen (meaning not getting hit by a car or colliding into a mailbox) have resulted from breakage or slippage of a cockpit component. So, while handlebars and stems are sometimes seen as mundane parts of a bike, I take them very seriously. Chris Carmichael talks about why he chooses Ritchey components.

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  9. The Rider Side: A Quick Q&A with Olympic and World Champion Jenny Rissveds

    The Rider Side: A Quick Q&A with Olympic and World Champion Jenny Rissveds

    Jenny Rissveds powered away from her next closest competitor in the final lap at the Rio Olympics to win her race by over 30 seconds, making her the youngest woman to have ever won the XC race in its 20 year history. Rissveds is also the only woman to hold a World Championship title (U23 MTB XC) while simultaneously earning an Olympic title.  We were able to catch Jenny as she transitioned to her off season and hear about her season.

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  10. Flashback Friday!

    Flashback Friday!

    Sterling Magnell at Mammoth National Championships 1996 on his way to a Jr National title at 13.

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