Ritchey Logic fork – Black


High end lightweight steel fork with a World-beating pedigree

Out of stock


The legendary Ritchey Logic fork was specced on some high end OTP bikes back in the day and also raced to great success around the World. Tom Ritchey’s single-minded attention to weight saving and performance infected everything he made and sold under his own name, the Logic fork was no exception. Made to Tom’s design (that he had been building himself for several years) by Tange in Japan to a very high standard the Logic fork was the benchmark upgrade weight-saving fork before everyone felt they needed to have suspension. The Ritchey Logic fork was also specced on some ground-breaking XC race machines such as the Bridgestone MB-0.

The minimal design starts with Ritchey cast dropouts at the end of a gently curved, tapered leg which meets at a unicrown and a 1″ steel steerer.The legs are triple tapered and this results in a much lighter fork than was common at the time.

These forks are unused new old stock but may show some marks from storage, some come with original decals already applied and some come with them separate.

  • 1″ British threaded steerer
  • 163 mm long steerer with 40 mm of thread
  • Stickers included, some also applied
  • Also available in chrome
  • Weigh 770 grams
  • Made in Japan by Tange
  • Introduced in 1990, this pair dated 1991

Additional information

Weight 1200 g
Dimensions 60 × 20 × 10 cm