• 08-11-2017
    laffeaux
    The p20 came out in 1995 and was made for 2 or 3 years. It should ride very similarly to other p series frames
  • 08-25-2017
    laffeaux
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    I love it when things work out easily. :)

    Attachment 1154109
  • 08-25-2017
    colker1
    Nice color!
  • 08-25-2017
    Rumpfy
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by laffeaux View Post
    I love it when things work out easily. :)

    Nice! Late model Super Comp?
  • 08-25-2017
    laffeaux
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Rumpfy View Post
    Nice! Late model Super Comp?

    '89 Timber Comp - 21.5 inch

    The Kawasaki Green made me do it. :)
  • 08-26-2017
    dubrat
    Saw that one on the bay... I ended up getting this

    https://flic.kr/p/Xv4dHL
  • 08-26-2017
    laffeaux
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by dubrat View Post
    Saw that one on the bay... I ended up getting this

    https://flic.kr/p/Xv4dHL

    Very nice! A classic!!
  • 09-01-2017
    rismtb
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    83 competition
    Just like the royal jewels that need to polished yearly so does this one. Actually took it for a bit of a ride and hey I'm think'n get her dirty I didn't wait a year for the paint to cure and apply all those layers of wax for nothing.
  • 09-02-2017
    laffeaux
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by rismtb View Post
    Actually took it for a bit of a ride and hey I'm think'n get her dirty

    How did it ride?
  • 09-03-2017
    rismtb
    Well as far as it being fully ridged it is dream on relevant trails. As far as taking it on trails I normally ride no that would be dangerous. I would be very keen on doing a long trip on backroads with a pack and a rear rack with provisions for 3 or 4 days, its that comfortable.
  • 09-09-2017
    ssulljm
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    Ser#S004-LiteBeam
    Near NOS RWB fade,P/U from original owner who lives in Fairfax.
  • 09-11-2017
    Rumpfy
    That's right up your alley Sully! Looks pretty good (except for the V-brakes).
  • 09-12-2017
    ssulljm
    Rides dreamy too,
    The V-Brakes are stock,my threshold for unacceptable crap in regards to bicycle brakes are "anything moto is a no go" on my steeds...
  • 09-21-2017
    Oldermtber
    Hello gents. Am finally getting around to paint my early 90's Ritchey P21 Team at the original factory painter, even though I am still looking for wheels and a few other small parts for it. Originally, it was a show bike with a unique paintjob and I am inclined to repaint it that way, but I am also looking for your suggestions as for how I should get it painted now - the period correct red-white-blue is a bit overdone, no? I want to keep it with me for the time being but resale value should also factor in the decision. Any suggestions? Thanks!
  • 09-21-2017
    colker1
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Oldermtber View Post
    Hello gents. Am finally getting around to paint my early 90's Ritchey P21 Team at the original factory painter, even though I am still looking for wheels and a few other small parts for it. Originally, it was a show bike with a unique paintjob and I am inclined to repaint it that way, but I am also looking for your suggestions as for how I should get it painted now - the period correct red-white-blue is a bit overdone, no? I want to keep it with me for the time being but resale value should also factor in the decision. Any suggestions? Thanks!


    I have seen yellow Ritcheys and i love it. It wasn´t a P21 but an early team comp.
  • 09-22-2017
    colker1
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by colker1 View Post
    I have seen yellow Ritcheys and i love it. It wasn´t a P21 but an early team comp.

    http://forums.mtbr.com/attachments/v...d-img_1720.jpg
  • 09-24-2017
    whatisaidwas
    I worked for a Ritchey dealer in the early '90's and remember that buyers could choose custom paint colors from the DuPont Imron chart. Two or three color paint was popular then, like Fisher team fade, Ibis blue & purple, Serotta red/yellow, Ritchey early RW&B, Specialized did some. We sold Ritcheys in lots of colors: red, midnight blue, silver, sky blue & white, green & white, black. It hardly matters what colors you choose; someone has likely chosen them already.
  • 10-13-2017
    ssulljm
  • 10-13-2017
    laffeaux
    Nice article. :)
    I can't believe that there is an "Electric Bike Action" magazine. :(