Ritchey Road Logic
Does anyone make a decent racing bike out of steel anymore?
Ritchey makes a beautiful steel road bike out of their Logic tubing, and it’s just right. Not too cheap (and heavy), not too pretty (so you’d be afraid to really ride it), not too expensive. The Road Logic frame with headset and carbon fork will set you back about $1250. That’s just the right range for replacing an old road frame that’s damaged or doesn’t fit right , and you don’t have to resort to buying something sketchy and used. A Road Logic all built up with new parts will typically run between $2000 and $4500, and it will be the sweetest ride, with handling and comfort that is just right.