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    Re. Straight steerer forks, I believe White Bros/MRP will still do one tho you might have to special order it...

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    thats what i want to hear..cheers

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    Does the 2015 650b take a fox float 2012 120mm 26" fork?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marky View Post
    Does the 2015 650b take a fox float 2012 120mm 26" fork?
    The 2015 frame has the tapered head tube, mine is the 1"1/8 straight head tube. My Fox 2013 F32 RLC (100mm) 26" fork works extremely well, there is enough clearance for a 2.1 tire.

    The head set I used was the Ritchey WCS drop in, you could get a Cane Creek 110 which is a g8 head set too. If your Float has a straight steerer just get one of those adaptors and your away.

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    This looks like the official Ritchey P650b thread. Here's mine with a 90s 3x8 m900 XTR throwback build until my new groupset shows up. I need to shorten the brake cables and it'll be ready for the trails.

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    NIce! Is that a 650b fox?

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    Quote Originally Posted by russmu66 View Post
    Anyone with a Ritchey 650b running the Ritchey Vantage II wheels? Any feedback? Can get a deal on them and think they look good on a Ritchey bike.

    Cheers
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    I like mine, but they're need tape to make em tubeless.

    That's about the only kvetch I have with them

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    edited to add: till recently, my bike was pretty much all M952 XTR. The rear derailleur finally had to be replaced. Only had a 9sp XT on hand, so that's what went on. It physically pained me to put that XT on an otherwise XTR bike.

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    Just ordered mine. Can't wait to build it.

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    Ritchey P-650b build-img_0312.jpg

    New frame was delivered. Now creating the parts list. What stem length are you running on a large frame?

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    Looks sweet, can you confirm the new headset sizing/type for the 2015 frame? Is it still a drop in (IS) but now 41/52? I have a frame on order and wanted to get a headset ready.
    Cheers
    i've got one inch, who needs more?

    (wanted small or medium 93 or earlier race lite, must have bonded TT cable guides)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 95bonty View Post
    Looks sweet, can you confirm the new headset sizing/type for the 2015 frame? Is it still a drop in (IS) but now 41/52? I have a frame on order and wanted to get a headset ready.
    Cheers
    I orderd a headset with the frame, but got the wrong one. I hope to receive the correct one tomorrow.


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    Wheels arrived, but still no sign of the headset. Thinking about using my 120 26" float @120mm instead of 100mm. This is closer to a 650b 100mm a-c wise. Any thoughts on this?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Marky View Post
    Wheels arrived, but still no sign of the headset. Thinking about using my 120 26" float @120mm instead of 100mm. This is closer to a 650b 100mm a-c wise. Any thoughts on this?
    My bike a few posts above is a 26" 120mm Float. A-C is 490mm and then I run about 1 1/8" of sag. Ritchey's rigid fork for this bike sits at 459mm A-C, so I don't think I will run into any problems since my sag is at the plusher end. I'm really loving this bike.

    have fun with the build!

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    Did you ream the bracket and headtube or just use the frame as is?


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    Quote Originally Posted by conrad View Post
    Yip I got one
    Build list
    Fork: Fox F100 RLC FIT 2012 15mm QR

    Headset: Cane Creek 110 drop in
    Stem: Pro XCR 110mm
    Handlebar: Pro XCR 20mm Carbon riser

    Brakes: Hope Race X2 & saw tooth 160 floating rotors- blue ano

    Shifters: XTR M970 9 Speed & Hope matchmakers
    Front Derailleur: Dura-ace & Spleen adapter
    Rear Derailleur: XTR M970GS
    Derailleur Cables: XTR
    Cassette: XT m770 11-34
    Chain: XT
    Cranks: XT 180mm m770
    Chainrings: 24 & 38t e-13
    Bottom Bracket: Chris King ceramic-blue ano
    Pedals: ATAC XS

    Hub Skewers: Hope/ Fox
    Rims: Stans ZTR crest 32 hole
    Hubs: Hope Pro 2 Evo- Red ano
    Spokes: Wheelsmith XL custom cut/threaded & Alloy nipples
    Tyres: Kenda Karma 2.0 650b

    Saddle: Charge Knife ti
    Seatpost: Enve 27.2 straight.

    Curious to know what you think of the Enve seatpost. I am considering purchasing one but love to get some feedback on it.
    Guess what? I got a fever, and the only prescription is more Singlespeed!!!

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    Ritchey P-650b build

    Anyone running 180 discs? Do they fit in the rear? Would like to have compatibility with my other bike...


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    enve posts r g8

    Quote Originally Posted by jcave216 View Post
    Curious to know what you think of the Enve seatpost. I am considering purchasing one but love to get some feedback on it.
    I love the Enve post but it's tough on my charge knife ti saddle rails after breaking two saddles I've gone with a Flite SLR ti rail lighter and no issues yet.

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    Ritchey P-650b build-img_0524.jpg

    Finished!

    Just need to replace the derailleur with a shadow+ and put some frame frame protection on, to prevent cable rub.

    Edit: Why is my picture upside down? It looks fine on my mac...
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    I'm on a Mac...and its upside down.

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    Nice build! I really like the color of the new frame. Did you go with the 120mm fork?

    If you route the RD cable to the other side of the headtube and use the cable stops meant for the FD, you eliminate the chance of cable rub on the headtube.

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    Yes it is a 120mm fox float rlc


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    My Ritchey is serial #32!

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    Ordered it in Nov. 14, got it in late March 15. It's a super fast bike that climbs like a goat! 36t and 11t/42t 1x10 keeps this Ritchey going fast too. 100mm Sid RCT3 evens out the little bumps very well. Hope hubs and BB are smooth. The Frame absorb the bumps and softens the ride better than my Kona Big Unit HT scandium, and Giant Talon HT aluminum.

    The bike is old school color and thin steel tubes. Combined with all modern parts, it's my fastest HT XC bike!
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    Ordered it in Nov. 14, got it in late March 15. It's a super fast bike that climbs like a goat! 36t and 11t/42t 1x10 keeps this Ritchey going fast too. 100mm Sid RCT3 evens out the little bumps very well. Hope hubs and BB are smooth. The Frame absorb the bumps and softens the ride better than my Kona Big Unit HT scandium, and Giant Talon HT aluminum.

    The bike is old school color and thin steel tubes. Combined with all modern parts, it's my fastest HT XC bike!
    Nice I do love the blue colour on these frames. still a very rare bike to ride here in NZ, the importer has a few of these 015 ones in stock (6) but I already hve my 013 so I can't justify another one. but 34/18 is the magic ratio to turn one into a wickedly light SS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marky View Post
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    New frame was delivered. Now creating the parts list. What stem length are you running on a large frame?
    I am running a 110 enve but I think a 90 might be better with the longish top tube. I tried them both on my spark and I do like the 90 better when pointing down. Most modern bikes are running shorter stems with the longer top tubes speced these days.

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    stem choice

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    My Ritchey has a 80mm stem flipped down. I'm 5'7" and I like a bit of rise on my bar. Best is to try different sizes. I tried 60mm, 80mm and 100mm, flipped up and down. Best of luck!!!

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    Finished last week. Thanks Tom Ritchey for this well-balanced steel frame Going to build a second one for my wife next month ...

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    Had my 17" frame sitting, waiting in the garage for a while.
    Been riding fatties for the past 3 years and not liking the ride so much after a longish break.
    Decided to build the Ritchey and get some fitness back.
    More than happy with how it built up and am sure I will love the ride :-)Ritchey P-650b build-ritchey-p-650b-001-large-.jpgRitchey P-650b build-ritchey-p-650b-002-large-.jpgRitchey P-650b build-ritchey-p-650b-003-large-.jpgRitchey P-650b build-ritchey-p-650b-004-large-.jpgRitchey P-650b build-ritchey-p-650b-005-large-.jpgRitchey P-650b build-ritchey-p-650b-006-large-.jpgRitchey P-650b build-ritchey-p-650b-007-large-.jpg

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    that is a nice build you have there :-)

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    Good job!

    Quote Originally Posted by conrad View Post
    that is a nice build you have there :-)
    Hi "conrad" and thank you, very happy with how she came out and the ride is as great as I expected. Just got to get the WB fork tuned now :-)

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    Mtbgeorge, Great pic of your Ritchey 650b. I'm also looking at purchasing this frame. I'm 5'8 with a 30 inseam...just wondering what size your frame is and how it fits you? Trying to get an idea of what size would be right for me. I'm mostly concerned with not having too tall a standover height. Thanks!

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    Southwestrider, I am 5'7" and that is my medium P650 above. Size fits me fine. My seat height is 71cm from BB center to top of seat if that helps. Standover clearance is good for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthwestRider View Post
    Mtbgeorge, Great pic of your Ritchey 650b. I'm also looking at purchasing this frame. I'm 5'8 with a 30 inseam...just wondering what size your frame is and how it fits you? Trying to get an idea of what size would be right for me. I'm mostly concerned with not having too tall a standover height. Thanks!
    We are the same size. Medium will fit like a glove!

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    Mtbgeorge, thanks for the quick reply. That info. helps!

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    I'm 6'2" so I went with a L, for your height a M would be the best fit, with a 90 or 100mm stem. I have a 110mm on my L with a 0 off set post.

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    Me a 110mm Enve, but anywhere from 90-120 will do just depends on the steepness of your trails.

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    The post mounts are for 160 and being a light bike it's all you need. A 180 would be an overkill and probably void the warranty on the frame.

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    I just picked up a med. 650b frame, can't wait to build it up. I am thinking shimano 1x11 build. What other options for 120mm forks are out there rather than WB? Thanks
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    I have a fox factory 32 on my p-650b. Fox will install a crown/steerer assembly for you

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    X-fusion seems a good fork for a better pricepoint than Fox. I have a Velvet I like, though they have a 650b fork now. I think it's called the Slant or Sweep and I think it's travel adjustable from 100-160mm.
    I don't know why,... it's just MUSS easier to pedal than the other ones.

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    After reading through the thread I have been searching all over for a Fox Float 32 26" and figure I will start with that and swap out the bottom as others have done. The only problem is I can't find one of those forks anywhere

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclist01 View Post
    I have a fox factory 32 on my p-650b. Fox will install a crown/steerer assembly for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jolly705 View Post
    After reading through the thread I have been searching all over for a Fox Float 32 26" and figure I will start with that and swap out the bottom as others have done. The only problem is I can't find one of those forks anywhere
    26" Fox 32 FIT RLC 120mm travel is my choice of fork. You don't need to swap out the lowers there's enough clearance for a 2.1 Navagal with mud. Otherwise get a 1 1/8 steerer etc tube swap but it's not cheap.

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    Help me find one!!

    Quote Originally Posted by conrad View Post
    26" Fox 32 FIT RLC 120mm travel is my choice of fork. You don't need to swap out the lowers there's enough clearance for a 2.1 Navagal with mud. Otherwise get a 1 1/8 steerer etc tube swap but it's not cheap.

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    Good job!

    I found a 26" Fox with 1 1/8 Steerer. I just need to drop it to a 120mm as it is 140mm now
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jolly705 View Post
    I found a 26" Fox with 1 1/8 Steerer. I just need to drop it to a 120mm as it is 140mm now
    I have my Fox RLC but I'm keeping it sorry.

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    Next phase complete, going to be awhile before I can finish
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    Well my shock went on my FS bike so I put the build in fast forward mode. I know the thread is kind of "dead" but here is my build, full XT M8000 with local builder Mercury Wheels, Fox Float 120mm fork, Maxxis Ikon tires (2.35 front and 2.2 rear). It has Ritchey alum bars and headset and Loaded seat post and stem with old ass Cannondale saddle. The bike rides awesome and is an absolute blast! I was hoping to weigh in around 22-23lbs based on comments I saw here but she is 24.6. I guess I need to add some carbon bits to get it lower




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    This topic seems to be pretty dead but figured I would post up a new pic. I scored a KS Lev on ebay and added it to the hard tail


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jolly705 View Post
    This topic seems to be pretty dead but figured I would post up a new pic. I scored a KS Lev on ebay and added it to the hard tail

    Nice build, looks more Timberwolf in how you have speced the build . That may be my new purchase in the new year a bright orange Timberwolf frame in large, so tempting to go a bit bigger on the downs.

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    Nice looking rig!

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    Thanks guys, I live in UT and with the long climbs there are some long descents and I the dropper will add a bit of playfulness to the bike. I feel pretty far over the bars on the downhills due to the XC setup and I think this will help being able to slide back a bit. We are under a lot of snow now so it may be some time before I give it a shot. I am playing on snowboard and salsa beargrease now

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    Greetings from Malaysia!

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    The signage says "Drive Slow"

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    Sweet looking bike what components are on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jolly705 View Post
    Sweet looking bike what components are on it?
    There you go:

    RockShox SID RLT (2015 model)
    Shimano XT M8000 groupset
    Fulcrum Red Power HP wheels
    Thomson stem & seatpost
    Fouriers 720mm bar

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    Finally getting around to posting my P650b. The frame was kept in the box for a bout six months while I was finding parts for the build. I recycled the rear 9 speed X9 and shifter from my Rhygin Juke HS which is now a single speed. I have been running 1x9 for 17 years and I can't figure out why 1X10, 11 or 12 is necessary. Maybe I would understand it better if I tried a bike with it. I go up hill just fine running 32 front and 34 rear. I am certain I found the last known new RS Reba RL in white with a straight steerer and with a 15mm axle on earth. I had it shipped from Ireland. The fork is a huge improvement over the dated Cannondale Headshok, a fork I have been using on several bikes over the last 20 years. The wheels will probably get upgraded in a few years to Crossmax or Chris King on Stans.

    It's an XL frame and weighs exactly 25.0 pounds with XT pedals and tire sealant.
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    Cool-blue Rhythm

    Quote Originally Posted by tapnrac View Post
    Finally getting around to posting my P650b. The frame was kept in the box for a bout six months while I was finding parts for the build. I recycled the rear 9 speed X9 and shifter from my Rhygin Juke HS which is now a single speed. I have been running 1x9 for 17 years and I can't figure out why 1X10, 11 or 12 is necessary. Maybe I would understand it better if I tried a bike with it. I go up hill just fine running 32 front and 34 rear. I am certain I found the last known new RS Reba RL in white with a straight steerer and with a 15mm axle on earth. I had it shipped from Ireland. The fork is a huge improvement over the dated Cannondale Headshok, a fork I have been using on several bikes over the last 20 years. The wheels will probably get upgraded in a few years to Crossmax or Chris King on Stains.

    It's an XL frame and weighs exactly 25.0 pounds with XT pedals and tire sealant.
    Hmm, looks like someone's in Convection Oven AZ.

    I'm looking at a med. frame to build into a road bike for a MTBer.
    Start with 700c wheels w/ 700x32 continentals, full carbon fork. I have most of XTR 970 group with 3 different chain ring sets, 24x32x44 or 24x34x46 or 24x36x48 (the largest that will fit) w/ 11-23 DA cassette. XTR 985 brakes...etc etc etc...

    I would like to know a few things first, Please‼️
    1st. The Effective Top Tube of a Med. frame? Please be correct by using a tape measure!
    2nd. What size front derailleur clamp does this frame use?
    3rd. What size seat post?
    4th. BB size 68 or 73mm

    Thanks so much for any help!
    AZ
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    I couldn't say what a med top tube length is because I ride an XL, but you might try the Ritchey website on the current model. I believe the only difference is the tapered head tube. The BB is 68mm, seat post is 27.2. Front derailleur may be 28.6

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    Quote Originally Posted by tapnrac View Post
    I couldn't say what a med top tube length is because I ride an XL, but you might try the Ritchey website on the current model. I believe the only difference is the tapered head tube. The BB is 68mm, seat post is 27.2. Front derailleur may be 28.6
    Thanks so much for the info‼️

    Anyone else ride a Medium frame can Please tell me the Effective TT length?

    Thanks
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    Just getting my build started. Tracked down a deal on a SR Suntour Axon werx carbon fork with remote lockout






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    Update

    First ride with Mavic SLR wheel set.
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    Looks awesome. My full suspension bike was in the shop and loving the ritchey the More and More I ride it 🤘

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    Quote Originally Posted by tapnrac View Post
    First ride with Mavic SLR wheel set.
    that bike is like a sexy skinny supermodel...

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