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    Ritchey Comp Shocker

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    This is a 1995 Ritchey Comp Shocker. The Comp was a P 23 frame with Judy XC, and Ritchey Severe Condition wheels. The color is Kandy Cobalt. In 1995 even though Ritchey had a suspension bike, Team Ritchey still raced fully rigid; probably because they were being sponsored by Softride.Ritchey Comp Shocker-c1.jpg

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    Nice bike Shawn, looks to be all original.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chefmiguel
    Nice bike Shawn, looks to be all original.
    Thanks Miguel

    It's was all original, down to the tires. I put NOS Ritchey Z Max's on. 2.35 front 2,1 rear

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    Good for you Shawn.
    Is this going to be your new old rider?
    The teaser photo makes it look pretty clean.....
    Congratulations.
    I am off to OMB to read up on the the bikes specs.
    T

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    Pics

    Thanks Tim, all my bikes are riders.
    I held off on these pics because they are a little blurry and you can't appreciate the Kandy paint job, but here they are anyway.Ritchey Comp Shocker-c1.jpg

    Ritchey Comp Shocker-c4.jpg

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    I must be hallucinating, could have sworn I had a post in this thread???

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    Maybe you were too needy?

    p.s. Nice job, Shawn
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    Keep an eye on those older Ritchey pedals Shawn, they used to like to come off the spindle back in the day.

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    Looks to be an 8-10 in condition.
    -eric-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy
    Looks to be an 8-10 in condition.
    Eric, looking foward to a semi-vintage ride to show it off

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    Yep - nice one!

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    lov'n the color!

    How can you decided which bike (Ritchey) to ride?
    Is that 5?

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    That does look nice. Is it the same shade of blue that Ritchey used on their team bikes? That was a beautiful shade of blue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by swisscross
    lov'n the color!

    How can you decided which bike (Ritchey) to ride?
    Is that 5?
    The one I trip over first

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