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Retro Classics 1980 Ritchey Pre-Serial Number Mountain Bike Coaster

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Cork backed coaster from Bike Ninja to upgrade your drinking experience!
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Retro Classics 1983 Ritchey Competition Faux Lug Coaster

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Cork backed coaster from Bike Ninja to upgrade your drinking experience!
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Retro Classics – 1976 TOM RITCHEY ROAD BIKE T-Shirt

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This lugged road bike was built by Tom Ritchey when he was just 19 years old and building in his parent's garage in Palo Alto. The original owner rode the bike extensively in Europe, including the Swiss Alps and an amateur ride of Paris-Roubaix. Special details on this frame include a biplane fork built from scratch and a tubular steel stem which clamps directly to a stub brazed into the end of the fork steer tube. This bike has classic Ritchey touches such as a fast-back seat cluster, park bench chainstay brace, and extensive lug thinning. Special thanks to The Pros Closet for the information and original photography.

Retro Classics 1983 Ritchey Competition Faux Lug Mug

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We all wish we could have our time again and get what we all lusted after back then but until the right one comes up on eBay you can at least show your love by drinking from this fine vessel! We will be adding to this new range but if you don't see what your after just let us know and we can make it happen.
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Retro Classics 1980 Ritchey Pre-Serial Number Mountain Bike Mug

£8.99
We all wish we could have our time again and get what we all lusted after back then but until the right one comes up on eBay you can at least show your love by drinking from this fine vessel! We will be adding to this new range but if you don't see what your after just let us know and we can make it happen.
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Retro Classics – 1983 RITCHEY “FAUX LUG” COMPETITION T-SHIRT

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The Sherpa was an early model Mantis built by Richard Cunningham using fillet-brazing and 4130 steel tubes. The finishing on Mantis bikes of this era is a bit unusual because all of the fillets have a webbed shape, with a raised ridge that runs along the center-line of the bike. This particular Mantis uses a Henry James cast fork crown rather than the more common bi-plane forks found on other Mantis bikes of the era (few survived off-road use). With three water bottle bosses and a portage pad, this bike was intended to go anywhere. Special thanks to The Pros Closet for the information and original photography.
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Retro Classics – 1980 RITCHEY PRE-SERIAL NUMBER T-Shirt

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Tom Ritchey began building bikes for the Palo Alto Bike shop and its national mail order catalog in his early years, having built approximately 200 frames before his senior year of high school. It was around this time that he honed his fillet brazing or “lugless” method of fabricating frames, challenging bicycle industry standards for frame tubing diameter which were constrained by fixed dimensioned lugs. By the 1980s, Ritchey had produced over 1,000 frames on his own, including this one predating his use of serial numbers. Special thanks to The Pros Closet for the information and original photography.