• 04-18-2011
    ritchey_dave
    New Old Stock 1999 Ritchey NiTi frames
    We found a bunch of these unfinished in our warehouse. Sent them to D & D (the people who have painted our frames from practically day one) to get a fresh coat of basic black and now they're available to you! Size 21 only.

    http://app.infopia.com/img/image/fp/VPID/9409967

    They're available at www.bikewagon.com
  • 05-21-2011
    ranier
    If only you had a couple small frames...
  • 06-14-2011
    pindowngirl25
    What size fork would that take? Specially AC length.. For rigid..
  • 06-15-2011
    ritchey_dave
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by pindowngirl25 View Post
    What size fork would that take? Specially AC length.. For rigid..

    They accept 1" threadless forks. As far as AC length, I'm not sure. If you contact Bikewagon someone there could find out for you.
  • 06-19-2011
    Fred Smedley
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by ritchey_dave View Post
    They accept 1" threadless forks. As far as AC length, I'm not sure. If you contact Bikewagon someone there could find out for you.

    The Bikewagon description is claiming 1 1/8 fork which would be appropriate for a 1999 frame.
  • 06-20-2011
    ritchey_dave
    Whoops. Sorry about that, I checked one here at the office that apparently is different from the ones we sold Bikewagon. 1 1/8 is correct, sorry for the confusion. Lesson here, Bikewagon knows more about this frame than I do at this point.
  • 08-14-2011
    jfn3
    Find a 56cm Road Logic!
    If u build them they will sell! lol
  • 08-15-2011
    ritchey_dave
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by jfn3 View Post
    If u build them they will sell! lol

    Stay tuned!;)
  • 01-02-2013
    kaipaki348
    Hi Ritchey Dave.

    Just got one of these frames. Currently being shipped. Can you please confirm, is the seatpost a 27 or a 27.2?

    Thanks for your help.
  • 01-04-2013
    ritchey_dave
    Hmm, not sure without a model year. Where'd you get it from. Did you check with the seller?

    edit:
    HA! Probably the one that's the subject of this thread! Sorry, too many long days. That's a 27.2 seatpost.
  • 01-10-2013
    kaipaki348
    It's one of the frames from bikewagon. All sorted tho thanks.

    Another question... If I was to run a rigid fork what axle to crown length would you recommend to keep the geometry correct?

    Thanks
  • 01-10-2013
    ritchey_dave
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by kaipaki348 View Post
    It's one of the frames from bikewagon. All sorted tho thanks.

    Another question... If I was to run a rigid fork what axle to crown length would you recommend to keep the geometry correct?

    Thanks

    Find something suspension corrected for 80mm.
  • 01-10-2013
    kaipaki348
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by ritchey_dave View Post
    Hmm, not sure without a model year. Where'd you get it from. Did you check with the seller?

    edit:
    HA! Probably the one that's the subject of this thread! Sorry, too many long days. That's a 27.2 seatpost.

    No problem. I suffer from that too.... Is it 27.2 or 27?? After posting I saw that it stated 27.0 on bikewagon.

    Also, do you know the axle to crown length for a 80mm corrected rigid fork and can you recommend where I can get one from.

    Thanks
  • 01-11-2013
    ritchey_dave
    410mm

    You'll have to hunt around, I'm not sure who has something like that, but it's pretty common for rigid 26" forks. We used to make a carbon rigid fork that would work, there's probably still some floating around. I think Bikewagon bought the last of them, they might still have some.