Anyone still have a steel bike?

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Kristinka wrote:Let me introduce my trusworthy workhorse Ritchey Road Logic disc.
nice. what size is it? 50cm?

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Kristinka wrote:
Sun Jan 03, 2021 7:34 pm
Let me introduce my trusworthy workhorse Ritchey Road Logic disc.
Nice :thumbup:
What is the weight ?

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schlafen wrote:
Sun Jan 03, 2021 7:44 pm
Kristinka wrote:Let me introduce my trusworthy workhorse Ritchey Road Logic disc.
nice. what size is it? 50cm?
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It is the smallest 49cm

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mkentik wrote:
Sun Jan 03, 2021 8:14 pm
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Lovely bike. How old is it? Looks to be in excellent condition.

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Some amazing bikes here!
I need some guidance. I love me some carbon but I've always been curious about steel frames as well. So far I really love Standert bikes. A mix of steel with modern features.
Could you guide me to similar style bikes I can take a look at? Here's some requirements I have:

- Pure road / race geometry (no need for big gravel tire clearances) Relatively shorter headtube etc.
- Horizontal top tube (Not negative slope, not positive slope. Horizontal)
- Internal wiring / di2 ready
- Disc brakes
- Readily available (i.e. no need to go custom geo)

Please let me know! I've never heard of standert before I took a look into this topic. Probably my ignorance but I wanna know about those brands you don't see everyday.

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Nothing exists with trad geo like you want. Get in line for a Rock Lobster, wait is about a year as of now, but he will probably stop building sometime in the next few years. Last chance to get a bay area legend!

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gurk700 wrote:
Mon Feb 01, 2021 11:40 pm
I need some guidance...
As mentioned above, can't think of any off-the-rack bike that meets all of your criteria except for the Standert Triebwerk Disc.

If you could forego the di2 routing then the Cinelli Nemo Tig Disc would be a nice option.

The DeAnima Defer Strada Disc has a very slight sloping top tube.
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The Standert is a bike I really enjoy. The Cinelli is a good recommendation. If I were to shop now, I would look into Gunnar; they have a bit more slope than Standert, but it is still ok and geometry is pretty traditional. I am sure you ve seen Condor here already.

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That Soma is one elegant bike.
Thank you :) It deserves proper pictures though :)

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Kristinka wrote:
Sun Jan 03, 2021 7:34 pm
Let me introduce my trusworthy workhorse Ritchey Road Logic disc.
Looks lovely, what size is this?

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Rippin wrote:
gurk700 wrote:
Mon Feb 01, 2021 11:40 pm
I need some guidance...
As mentioned above, can't think of any off-the-rack bike that meets all of your criteria except for the Standert Triebwerk Disc.

If you could forego the di2 routing then the Cinelli Nemo Tig Disc would be a nice option.

The DeAnima Defer Strada Disc has a very slight sloping top tube.
De Anima can build it any way you want. Email then.


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