Ritchey Commando Fat Bikes

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MSRP : $1100.00


Product Description

The Commando was hand built by Tom Ritchey in his home workshop in the Bay Area hills. After 40 years of building frames, his welds are impeccable, and the curved top tube adds a bit of style to the proceedings as well.

In production, the Commando will have rack and fender braze-ons, and might have brake cable routing that’s more direct for better compatibility with Avid BB-7 calipers.

Also like the Swiss Cross Disc, the Commando is built with Ricthey’s Logic II heat treated, triple-butted cromoly tubing.


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