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Ritchey Bikes Only - Post Your Vintage MTB or Roadie

Hello all Ritchey bike owners! This is a thread to show off your sweet vintage Ritchey mountain bikes or roadies. Post away!
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1986 Ritchey Team Comp

- Handmade in Palo Alto, CA by Tom Ritchey!
- 19" Fillet-brazed Tange Prestige frame and fork, DuPont Imron Team Red.
- Fillet-brazed Twinstrut chromoly stem and handlebars
- Shimano XT shifters and FD (1st Generation)
- Suntour Roller-cam front and rear brakes.
- Shimano DX rear derailleur (non-original)
- Araya 26" rims
- Suntour XC seatpost, Ritchey saddle (non-original)
- Shimano 600 EX triple crankset with Biopace chainrings
- Suntour XC bear trap pedals

Got it shipped to me from a Play It Again Sports in Citrus Heights, CA. Much thanks to Darth Lefty for the tip that lead to me acquiring this beauty! It needed lots of work. Now it rides like a dream!

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Nice!
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Originally Posted by johnplf View Post
1986 Ritchey Team Comp

- Handmade in Palo Alto, CA by Tom Ritchey!
- 19" Fillet-brazed Tange Prestige frame and fork, DuPont Imron Team Red.
- Fillet-brazed Twinstrut chromoly stem and handlebars
- Shimano XT shifters and FD (1st Generation)
- Suntour Roller-cam front and rear brakes.
- Shimano DX rear derailleur (non-original)
- Araya 26" rims
- Suntour XC seatpost, Ritchey saddle (non-original)
- Shimano 600 EX triple crankset with Biopace chainrings
- Suntour XC bear trap pedals

Got it shipped to me from a Play It Again Sports in Citrus Heights, CA. Much thanks to Darth Lefty for the tip that lead to me acquiring this beauty! It needed lots of work. Now it rides like a dream!

That's nicer than I suspected, good pull!
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Here is my 1983 Ritchey Everest in unrestored original condition...well except the tires...they were taken off a 1982 Stumpjumper.
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Any forum member get this one? I had it my watch list but blown away how the bidding went towards the end.
Vintage Ritchey Plexus Steel Soft Tail Mountain Bike Frame 17 Inch | eBay
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Early Ritchey road





gone but not forgotten 1988 Super Comp
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Originally Posted by abellanti View Post
Here is my 1983 Ritchey Everest in unrestored original condition...well except the tires...they were taken off a 1982 Stumpjumper.
Very nice example!
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Triple ooooh! That is very special. Would you mind posting more photos, please?

I'll get around to adding mine shortly.



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Here is my 1983 Ritchey Everest in unrestored original condition...well except the tires...they were taken off a 1982 Stumpjumper.
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A few shots of mine.

1980 Ritchey Sport Touring










1981 Everest #133






1984 Team Competition





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Amazing bikes-

That fillet brazed bottom bracket area is so cool to me.

I'm amazed that someone sold their Ritchey to Play It Again Sports...


Thank you all for posting them!
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Tom Ritchey got started in the mountain bike game in 1979, when he "advanced" nine new frames to Gary Fisher. Gary in turn enlisted me in the effort, and we became "MountainBikes," operating out of a rented garage.

This is one of the nine bikes. It was sold to a firefighter who kept it in immaculate condition. Two years ago it was stolen.

Because I pay attention to Internet discussions of Ritchey bikes, I picked up on a post where a guy saw a Ritchey on EBay and because it had no SN#, he wondered whether it was authentic. It was my friend's bike, I alerted him, and he and the police arrived just ahead of the FedX truck that would have picked it up to ship to Belgium.








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Wow! All are standouts but my pick is the '84 Team. Thanks for sharing -

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A few shots of mine.






1984 Team Competition





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Tom Ritchey got started in the mountain bike game in 1979, when he "advanced" nine new frames to Gary Fisher. Gary in turn enlisted me in the effort, and we became "MountainBikes," operating out of a rented garage.

This is one of the nine bikes. It was sold to a firefighter who kept it in immaculate condition. Two years ago it was stolen.

Because I pay attention to Internet discussions of Ritchey bikes, I picked up on a post where a guy saw a Ritchey on EBay and because it had no SN#, he wondered whether it was authentic. It was my friend's bike, I alerted him, and he and the police arrived just ahead of the FedX truck that would have picked it up to ship to Belgium.
Charlie,

Thanks so much for the story and the photos. It is soooo very nice when the thieves get beaten. And that bike IS a true beauty!

My 1981 was stolen from my Bangkok flat, and I'm still pissed about it. I ordered it from you in the spring-summer of 1981. You shipped it to me in Thailand. That bike remains my all-time favorite, although I do love the sports touring road bike for different reasons. The '84 is an attempt to replace the missing '81, but it doesn't quite do it. I'd bonded too tightly with the '81. sigh.

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Here is my 2013/14 Swiss cross with an 87 Outback I recently traded (slightly too small)



and here is the 85 Ascent I am building up, I'd like to get a different crank for it but that can wait:

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My 1994 P-21 has an aftermarket mod. There is a little cable tension adjuster on the back of the rear derailleur. It's about a third of an inch from end to end. On this bike it has been replaced with a three-faceted bronze casting with features so tiny that it takes the macro lens to properly appreciate them.







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Originally Posted by Repack Rider View Post
Tom Ritchey got started in the mountain bike game in 1979, when he "advanced" nine new frames to Gary Fisher. Gary in turn enlisted me in the effort, and we became "MountainBikes," operating out of a rented garage.

This is one of the nine bikes. It was sold to a firefighter who kept it in immaculate condition. Two years ago it was stolen.

Because I pay attention to Internet discussions of Ritchey bikes, I picked up on a post where a guy saw a Ritchey on EBay and because it had no SN#, he wondered whether it was authentic. It was my friend's bike, I alerted him, and he and the police arrived just ahead of the FedX truck that would have picked it up to ship to Belgium.








That is one sweet bike- I love the fork crown.
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The problem with Ritcheys (and Looks) is that the name is too generic...how do you even find one (other than getting lucky on CL, or a swap)? You can't really do keyword searches for Ritcheys.

IMHO he may be the most interesting and important builder of the USA...if anything he's under appreciated.
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In 1983 I had Tom Ritchey build a custom version of the Annapurna for me. I had him add the eyelets for touring gear, which were not standard on his bikes.



The original paint is a little battered.





Here's Tom with the bike.






In 1984 I toured in Canada's Northwest Territories on this bike
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What I think most remarkable is how very, very little Tom has aged. It is rather frightening, eh?

Fabulous Annapurna. It wasn't clear, but I'm gonna assume you still have it. Yes?




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In 1983 I had Tom Ritchey build a custom version of the Annapurna for me. I had him add the eyelets for touring gear, which were not standard on his bikes.



The original paint is a little battered.




Here's Tom with the bike.






In 1984 I toured in Canada's Northwest Territories on this bike
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What I think most remarkable is how very, very little Tom has aged. It is rather frightening, eh?

Fabulous Annapurna. It wasn't clear, but I'm gonna assume you still have it. Yes?
Still have it, don't ride it much.
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I'm amazed that someone sold their Ritchey to Play It Again Sports...
Ex wife, widow, inheritor, who knows? At first glance it's a thoroughly obsolete thrashed MTB. The shop didn't know anything either, they had it for $75.

I'd passed on it and I also told my boss about it. He likes old bikes and he kept circling back to my cube saying man, I don't need another project, I have my keeper MTB, those brakes are strange, I'm not going to get it... Over and over! In the end he put it off long enough to miss it.
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Ex wife, widow, inheritor, who knows? At first glance it's a thoroughly obsolete thrashed MTB. The shop didn't know anything either, they had it for $75.
Wow.

Deals are still out there.
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