Moots titanium frames and bicycle components are hand-built with a level of care and devotion that could only have been cultivated through over 35 years of refinement by cycling enthusiasts and fun-seekers.
Building with titanium is wholly in tune with Moots’ guiding ethos, centred around responsible business practice and lifelong products. In contrast to carbon and other materials, titanium is not only phenomenally durable and long-lasting but can be recycled. Moots re-use all material cast-off from the production process and also avidly contribute to local community projects surrounding their USA HQ.
There's a ludic spirit that suffuses all that Moots do – reflecting the characters of the artisan engineers, riders and dreamers that make up their ranks. Utterly unequalled in build quality and stunning to behold, Moots frames and components bring you ride heaven.
Moots has always innovated, creating the industry’s first soft-tail design in 1987 before going on to define the custom titanium market in the 1990s. Never afraid to try something new, Moots debuted its first 29er in 1999 almost a decade before they became the norm on the trails.
Based in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, the Moots team of engineer artisans continues to handmake all its frames in-house, now covering road with its Vamoots line, the Routt for pure gravel performance and Psycholo X for CX racers along with the Baxter 29er for real off-road adventuring and a three-strong line-up of flat-barred hardtails.
Moots joined Saddleback in September 2019, bringing over three decades of cycling passion and frame-building expertise to our portfolio of elite performance brands.
“Not only does the Moots team create the most exquisite titanium frames, but their real love of cycling shines through everything they do”, says Saddleback brand director Richard Mardle.
Combining Moots frames with Chris King, ENVE, Wolf Tooth and Silca products we can now offer you dream builds all under one roof, with a level of service and aftercare you'll be hard pressed to find elsewhere.