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  • Ritchey at 50 - A Timeline

    Part history lesson and part celebration of the 50-year anniversary of when Tom first welded up his own bicycle frame – at 16-years old – here's a comprehensive timeline of the history of Ritchey.

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  • Ritchey – 50 Years of Creating, Innovating, and Inspiring

    2022 marks the 50th anniversary of Ritchey. Join us as we celebrate the trail Tom blazed and his influence on what we all ride today.

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  • Why Are Cycling Product Prices Rising?

    With the welcome increase in the popularity of cycling around the globe comes some unwelcome delivery delays - and now price increases. Here's a look at what's affecting the current situation for Ritchey.

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  • Introducing Certified Ritchey Assemblers

    The new Certified Ritchey Assembler program is a collection of shops around Europe and the United Kingdom that offer their communities outstanding service and expert builds of Ritchey frames with legendary Ritchey components. Support your local shop!

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  • Introducing the 2021 Ritchey Ascent

    Way back in 2015, the original Ritchey Ascent was one of the first true gravel/bikepacking rigs presented to the market. Today, we're thrilled to announce a new Ascent for 2021. The new Ascent builds upon the original bike by adding updates for the modern demands of bikepacking and adventure riding. Check it out!

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  • When Will More Ritchey Products Be Available?

    The bicycle industry is seeing an unprecedented combination of extremely high demand and painful supply chain delays. Here's some information about how this impacts Ritchey and the availability of products you're looking to get.

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  • A Big Dumb Ridiculous Ride, or How to Ride a Bike Further Than You Should

    For the past 5 years, as long as we have been a team, we make our way to the Northern tip of California's Central Valley to ride Highway 36 from the town of Red Bluff to coastal Fortuna and back over a weekend. Seemingly a straight shot on paper, the ride is anything but simple. Cresting two major passes along the undulating rural highway, the ride is often a mediation on our strengths and weaknesses.

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  • A Big Dumb Ridiculous Ride, or How to Ride a Bike Further Than You Should

    For the past 5 years, as long as we have been a team, we make our way to the Northern tip of California's Central Valley to ride Highway 36 from the town of Red Bluff to coastal Fortuna and back over a weekend. Seemingly a straight shot on paper, the ride is anything but simple. Cresting two major passes along the undulating rural highway, the ride is often a mediation on our strengths and weaknesses.

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