Pictured from a previous owner, so not as currently built. I think I am
either the 3rd or 4th owner, maybe further down the line. Frame was
re-painted to its current color back around 2006...believe original color
was similar to RS2.
Specs as follows:
Headset Dura Ace
Stem: Nitto 10cm lugged (paint to match head tube)
Seat Tube: 56cm (C-T)
Seat tube angle: 73.00 deg
Horizontal TT length: 55.00cm (C-C)
TT Downslope angle: 1.0 deg
Head tube angle: 73.00 deg
Chainstay: 42.0 to 44 cm (horizontal dropout)
BB Drop: 7.5cm
Front Center: 58.5 cm
Head tube ext: 2cm
Stand over with Conti 28c on Velocity Aerohead rim: 80cm
Wasn't intending this as a FS, but if anyone is interested...
On Tuesday, August 15, 2017 at 11:05:00 PM UTC-4, cyclot...@gmail.com wrote:
> Pictures, Steve!!!
> On Tue, Aug 15, 2017 at 5:25 PM, 'Steve' via RBW Owners Bunch <
>> RS2...As the owner of RS1, never thought I'd see RS2 or RS3 in the wild...
>> On Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at 9:58:00 PM UTC-4, cyclot...@gmail.com
>>> Doug, That's my friend Bryn's bike! You rode with her and Arlo at least
>>> once: https://www.flickr.com/photos/cyclotourist/4469017732/
>>> Here's a photo to show how fast she can go on it:
>>> 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.
>>>> 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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