Ritchey Swiss Cross Review – Still a classic 25 years on?

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It’s been around for 25 years but how does the latest incarnation of the Ritchey Swiss Cross stand up to the competition? Dave puts the steel frame through its paces.

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17 thoughts on “Ritchey Swiss Cross Review – Still a classic 25 years on?

  1. Excellent, thoughtful and fun review, good job! This is one of the two to three cross bike framesets I'm contemplating and this review is really swaying my pick at the moment. Cheers! #ritchey #swisscross #frischi

  2. Thanks for the review! For those of us who don't need 3+ bottle mounts or gigantic tires (38c is my sweet-spot) this sounds like a great bike.

  3. my Ritchey Swiss Cross Canti version (with World Champion panel accents) gets all the compliments where ever i take her.
    not to mention, i run CAMPAGNOLO 10-speed

  4. I have a 2 yr. old Road Logic. Was just at my local shop. I asked could he get this? I can park my Diverge and Crockett . Thin the herd. Ride a Ritchey. They have soul. And look great. My expensive Madone just hands around most days

  5. Loving the reviews, David. Your reviewing style really appeals to me ! The fact that you’ve reviewed a bike that is always on top of my “next bike” list is just perfect. Thank you mate, your smashing out the quality reviews.

  6. The reviews on this channel have been excellent this year, and this is great again, the right mix of factual overview and personal experience riding the bike. Well done!

  7. It's not just romanticism or traditionalism, well built steel frames really do have a lovely feel to them, partly because they flex. It just makes them feel "alive". Too many manufacturers aim for ever more stiffness and forget about feel. Well done Ritchey!

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