A little history: back in the day ritchey made a line of bikes that ranged from the supercomp to the made in asia Ultra. He always fielded a race team and once he began the component thing in earnest he pulled out all the stops and made a frame called the P-23 for 23lbs. Which at the time was insanely light for a bike. Light tubes minimalistic details and components was its and Tom Ritchey's mantra. The bike was offered in a red white and blue paint scheme and was campaigned under Frishy among others. Later iterations included the P-21.
As time passed I think that he segued out of frames mostly focusing on his components.
I would totally love to have this bike. If it was made by TR then doubly so.
"Back in the day..."that was the bike!
I had the poor man's version, a '96 Tange Prestige Stumpjumper. It was welded in Japan just like the Ritcheys of the day (I believe Mr. Ritchey did the finish work on the fillet brazed ones).