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  1. #1
    defender of bad taste
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    Ritchey frame on eBay - low, low BIN

    5 is the old new black; 6 is the new new black...

  2. #2
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    I made an offer. I think it's a Super Comp but without the serial number I can't be sure.

  3. #3
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    I think that Ritchey was once owned by Jack Schitt's daughter, Pisa Schitt.
    They had to replace my metal plate with a plastic one

  4. #4
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    Geez, quit acting like a NOO-B!
    The Official outing thread, Craigslist, eBay etc
    <hr style="color: rgb(183, 183, 183);" size="1"> <!-- / icon and title --> <!-- message --> So the VRC has some odd feelings about outing of articles found on eBay (not as much) Craigslist (quite a bit) and various other venues of purchase.

    Some feel it's no big deal, ever, others feel it should never be done, while yet still others think it's fine, with certain parameters met, like not in my backyard, only if no one would want it anyway, it's fine cause it's so obscenely overpriced it's good for a laugh, etc.

    This thread is offered as education for the newb, solace for the member who just got strung up about it, and in general, a place to hash it out, pretty much unrestricted. Not gonna change anything, but we VRCer's do like to go on and on about the same thing, forever, must be all our time spent with steel wool and lacquer thinner Other sites feel that this practice is AOK, but this place is a bit different. I took over as mod, and the rule was in place. I keep it up, since it makes a number of folks feel like their sacred hunting grounds have a protector of sorts.

    Discuss, keep a modicum of decency, and have at it.

    The official word can be found here amongst all the rules and guidelines: NEW MEMBERS (and old) PLEASE READ...Forum guidelines, Links, General info

    For those too lazy to read that much, a direct thread link to a good discussion of it is here: NEW MEMBERS (and old) PLEASE READ...Forum guidelines, Links, General info

    That one is old though, so we'd better rehash it some more
    "Yeah, Humboldt County is way the %#@* up there, but worth it!"

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    It might be worth the BIN to get the fork. That could be fun for a Tour de Fat bike.
    Each bicycle owned exponentially increases the probability that none is working correctly.

  6. #6
    Retro on Steroids
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    Must be super collectible, because Tom didn't make too many of those.

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    Alas, the crack.
    Somec is like the digital Zunow
    And this:

  8. #8
    Relax. I'm a pro.
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    Feb 2004
    No seattube = no weight. That Tom is a sharp engineer!

  9. #9
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    Dude....I'm all in.

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