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    Finally got it out on the trail. Santa Cruz/Los Gatos mountains behind.

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    Sugarloaf Mountain, CO

    Steep and loose,

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    No problem for an old bike like this. Probably the best technical climbing bike I've been on, with the front end going exactly where you want even when the wheel is barely touching the ground.

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    Ah, finally some saddle time on the Bontrager. I dig the saddle matched to the yellow panel decals.
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    And the hubs!

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    The Ritchey at Skookum and Ranger Creek 410

    Ritchey on Skookum the first picture and Ranger Creek 1st Lookout..almost died getting that picture seemed worth it at the time, now not so much
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    1987 Ritchey Timberwolf

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    A long over due trip home and a few shots of working Strange Bike #12 in the area it belongs.







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    Coastal Trail on Mt Tam from Pantol Station down to Hwy 1
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    Sweet Joe, got the Potts up and running, nice!

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    Ohlone trail Water Dog Lake

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    Quick ride last night.

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    Mammoth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fillet-brazed View Post
    Quick ride last night.
    Ha! That other thread inspire you to take it out for a ride? How'd that Campag stuff work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy View Post
    Ha! That other thread inspire you to take it out for a ride? How'd that Campag stuff work?
    no, but what are the chances?? I rode a bike I haven't ridden in years and planned on snapping a couple pics. Before I could post pics someone dredges up that 4 year old thread!

    Campy stuff is solid, over-built, heavy, pretty, and nicely made, but the shifting is a little less than refined. I had to race with this stuff in 91 and I hated it then.

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    "Haven't ridden it in years" I'll give it a good home and take it out all the time

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    Quote Originally Posted by shawnw View Post
    "Haven't ridden it in years" I'll give it a good home and take it out all the time
    This is way outta your bubble, Shawn.

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    So nice to find a trail that actually takes you through the creek
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fillet-brazed View Post
    Quick ride last night.

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    forgive me if you've heard this too many times before, but that Ultimate is dream-bike rad. good grief.
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    I got an old craigslist find up and running this week. It had been hanging in my garage with a stuck seat post and some missing parts for a couple of years. While not a show piece, its a mostly period correct rider that is a lot of fun. It came from a shop at which I worked back in the late 80's and I may have even sold it when it was brand new. Trail Pics-img_20130902_120045_416.jpgTrail Pics-img_20130902_120114_823.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgltrak View Post
    I got an old craigslist find up and running this week.
    That looks fun and nostalgic for you. What did you use to get the seatpost loose?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Steel View Post
    What did you use to get the seatpost loose?
    It wasn't pretty, Joe.

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    Just off the trail.

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    Trail
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    Original Paint

    The paint is original. Of all the vintage bikes I've ridden, this is the one that gets the most
    comments on the trail. At least one person, sometimes several will say, "Sweet ride." Yesterday
    it was three separate college women and an 8 year old kid, all of whom were born after this bike
    was built. Regardless, it really is amazing how well this bike handles.

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