Does your Moots need some finish love? (before) MOOTS REFINISH CONTEST 2017 For the month of February Moots is holding a contest for a FREE refurb on your Moots! We are giving away a full refinish
Monday……that day we go back to “work”, recovery day if you have played/trained hard, a day when you bump into your work mates,
Sometimes bikes are not all that consume our lives here at Moots. I know that is hard to believe, but it’s true.
We are hitting the road in early February for a mid-west Moots Dealer Tour. We have several social evenings planned, a return to the CABDA show in Chicago and special Moots take-over event at Angry Catfish in Minneapolis.
Over the past few years we have built our “Moots Ti Sticks” each Cyclocross season so you can cheer on your favorite racer. These “Ti Sticks” are made from our US made seamless titanium that is too short to be used in our frames or components.
If you follow the disipline of Cyclocross in the US, then you just came off an exciting week of racing or race watching as it might be. It really was an amazing week to be a racer or a follower of the beautiful sport of Veldrijden
Where did 2016 go? What did we do? We have assembled a couple of photos from each month of this passing year to see just what we did……we hope you enjoy.
The holidays approach, the weather could be bad, you’ve got vacation days to burn before the turn of the calendar and you just might need a break from all that inside time with family. What to do with those days between Christmas and New Years?
Towards the end of October Moots was fortunate to have STUDIO VELO (our top dealer in 2016) host a Gravel Camp in Steamboat. Scott Penzarella is one of three owners of this wonderful shop based out of Mill Valley, California……
The New ROUTT RSL & ROUTT were put to the test during the 3 day adventure. If you’ve been following Moots you’ll know that just over a year ago the company sold. Moots had been owned by the same individual for about 22 years or so. The owner at the time didn’t want to sell it to just anyone, or the highest bidder. He and his family cared deeply for cycling, the brand and the dedicated people that put hands to metal each and everyday. They cared so much that they wanted to leave us with just the right person at the helm. Finding the right person took about 5 years and like so many things that are just “right” that