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In continued celebration of its 50 Year Anniversary, Ritchey Logic has released a limited edition run of the Ritchey Outback draped in a classy Half Moon Blue colorway. Updated to its 2nd generation in 2020, the Outback is first and foremost a gravel bike boasting clearance for high volume tires, but with the addition of mounts for racks, fenders, Anything Cages, as well as mounts for a 3rd water bottle, this modern steel frame is a worthy companion for long-haul bikepacking missions. Ritchey 50th Anniversary Outback
While the Ritchey Outback retails at $1,599 USD in its original Guac y Crema colorway, the limited edition Half Moon Blue Outback announced today will set you back a little more at $1,699 USD. It follows Ritchey’s other celebratory limited edition framesets including the 50th Anniversary Swiss Cross in Ritchey Red and the 50th Anniversary Logic Road Bike in Pacific Azul . In addition to the colorway, the 50th Anniversary Ritchey Outback also sees special Ritchey logos that reference the company’s history and the influence that Palo Alto, California has had on builder, Tom.
The V2 is designed to take both 650b and 700c wheels, the former leaving clearance for 2.0″ tires, and the latter leaving clearance for 48mm tires. The Ritchey Carbon Adventure Fork, complete with multipurpose rack and fender mounts offers 60mm spacing for a high volume tire. The TIG welded triple-butted steel frame is available […]
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