Doug, That's my friend Bryn's bike! You rode with her and Arlo at least 
Here's a photo to show how fast she can go on 

The frame was made in the transitional years after Joe Stark and Curt 
Goodrich stopped building, and when Grant was trying on different builders 
for size. Richard Sachs built three Rivendell customs, of which this is 
frame number two (RS2).
If it fits you or someone you care about, would be a GREAT road bike. 
Classic road geometry, fits a 32mm. I always kept bugging her to do a 650B 
conversion on it, as I think it begs for one! Classic garage queen, she 
rides her MTB and now her Salsa XC bike a lot more. This one has had 
probably less than 50 miles since purchasing the Salsa in 2010. Unmentioned 
is that it also has a TA Zephyr triple crankset, the best crankset ever 
made according to some highly biased people.

They are flexible on price, so don't let the asking price scare you off. 
They're hoping for an off-shore collector type with petro-dollars to burn 
that will swoop in and grab it. If that's not you, drop 'em a line and work 
something out!

On Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at 2:46:43 PM UTC-7, dougP wrote:
> All things considered, this one could be considered a collector's item.  
> Hopefully someone will jump on it & ride it.  
> dougP
> On Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at 2:39:20 PM UTC-7, Beaverton Bob wrote:
>> Thought it would be interesting for the group to see this!
>> Ride Safely,
>> Beaverton Bob

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