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Ritchey Road Logic Frameset

Tom Ritchey built his first frameset in his dad's garage in the early seventies. He subsequently rode this frame to many local victories around the northern California circuit. Winning became somewhat synonymous with his frames. A young Bobby Julich and Freddie Rodriquez rode these frames to much acclaim in their junior road years. These road frames were considered the American Cinelli. At the same time, Henrik Djernis and Frischsy won 4 World Championships on Tom's P-series mountain frames. The point is, the man knows how to build a frame.

Fast forward a few years and Tom is not producing the frames in his shop, but overseeing the design and production process. The Road Logic 2.0 receives modern appointments like an integrated headset and a heat treated, short butted tubeset that is specifically designed for TIG welding.

Features that Ritchey frame owners have become accustomed to are still there like the Fastback design. This design feature uses the seatstays and seatube junction to create a seatpost clamp. It is a great way to lighten up the frame while providing extra clearance for wider tires (The Road Logic fits up to 28mm tires). The Ritchey Drop-In rear derailleur hanger is both beautiful and minimal. It helps tuck the rear derailleur in nice and tight, out of harm's way. Simple and eloquent cable routing with brilliant welds and a stellar paint job complete the frame. A painted-to-match WCS full carbon fork with matching rake rounds out the package.

You would be hard pressed to find a better value for a high-end steel road frame on the market today. If you are considering ordering a custom steel frame from a domestic builder, you may consider purchasing a Road Logic designed by the master and commander himself and save a few G's to boot.

Build details - Requires 27.2 seat post, BSC (English) threaded bottom bracket and 28.6mm clamp-on front derailleur.

Details

  • Includes Ritchey 1 1/8" integrated drop-in headset
  • Ritchey WCS Logic tubing optimized for TIG welds
  • Fastback clamp design
  • Drop-In derailleur hanger
  • Gorgeous paint and finish details
  • Full carbon WCS fork with matching paint
  • Sizes: 49, 51, 53, 55, 57, 59 cm
  • Color: Blue
$1,179.95
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Ritchey Geometry Chart

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Break-Away Road Frameset Geometry
SizeTop Tube LengthHead Tube HeightHead AngleSeat Angle
XS52.41157274.5
S53.613072.574
M551507373.5
L56.517073.573.5
XL58.219073.573
Break-Away Carbon Road Frameset Geometry
SizeTop Tube LengthHead Tube HeightHead AngleSeat AngleStandover
XS5201007275738
S5331207275743
M54815073.574.5795
L56617073.573.5803
XL58319073.573809
Break-Away Steel Cross Frameset Geometry
SizeTop Tube LengthHead Tube HeightHead AngleSeat AngleStandover
XS521007274.5761
Small53.41157274778
Medium5513072.573.5793
Large56.315072.573.5813
XL581707373835
Swisscross Frameset Geometry
SizeTop Tube LengthHead Tube HeightHead AngleSeat AngleStandover
4951.510071°74.5°756
5152.711571.5°74°771
535413071.5°74°787
5555.515072°73.5°807
5756.817072°73.5°826
595819072°73°845
Road Logic
SizeTop Tube LengthHead Tube HeightHead AngleSeat AngleStandover
4951.810072°75°727
5153.211572.5°74.5°745
5354.514073°74°772
555616073.5°73.5°780
5757.518073.5°73.5°807
595920073.5°73.5°826
P-29er
SizeTop Tube LengthHead Tube HeightHead AngleSeat AngleStandover
15"58010069.5°73°764
17"59510070°73°785

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Anonymous

Posted on 11/30/2017

The description written by Excel Sports on these Road Logic frames is 100% accurate. I love mine. Yes, your bike will be about 2.5 to 3 pounds heavier than a carbon frame. No, you will never feel the weight difference. Yes, you will notice that the frame has a ride quality that is so much better than carbon, plus it runs completely silently - no clacking, banging, popping noises when you go over bumps. These framesets at less than $1,000 are the deal of the century, but very few people will stick their necks out and try one. Okay with me! I have the only one I've ever seen in Los Angeles. Love these and will get another if it gets stolen or I wipe out hard.