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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.

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  • 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
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Size 49cm 51cm 53cm 55cm 57cm 59cm
Wheel Size 700 700 700c 700 700 700
Stack 507mm 523mm 549mm 568mm 568mm 609mm
Reach 382mm 387mm 391mm 395mm 395mm 410mm
Head Angle 72° 72.5° 73° 73.5° 73.5° 73.5°
Seat Angle 75° 74.5° 74° 73.5° 73.5° 73°
Top Tube Length 518mm 532mm 548mm 563mm 575mm 590mm
Head Tube Length 100mm 115mm 140mm 160mm 180mm 200mm
Standover 735mm 753mm 774mm 795mm 815mm 835mm
Fork Offset 46mm 46mm 46mm 43mm 43mm 43mm
Bottom Bracket Drop 72mm 72mm 72mm 70mm 70mm 70mm
Wheelbase 975mm 981mm 993mm 996mm 1008mm 1018mm
Chainstay Length 410mm 410mm 415mm 415mm 415mm 415mm
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