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MOOTS TI STICKS 2017

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.

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EATING MY WORDS ON TECHNOLOGY

Why would I want disc brakes on my cross bike? … I suppose you could say that I waited until all the right pieces of the puzzle were lined up to make the jump, but really it’s more dumb luck on my part. The SRAM 1x system I’ve been riding on my canti bike for the last year and a half has been great, so I knew I loved that. It was the coming together of several companies with just the right items.

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HAMMOCKS, HEAT AND BLISTERS— U.S. OPEN OF CX

This past weekend the Colorado Cyclocross season had a bigger race weekend than normal at the scene of the 2014 Cyclocross Nationals–Valmont Bike Park. With UCI points on the line for the pros and junior categories, the production level of these races was much higher. But pro point’s aside, we were there to get two good days of racing under our chamois in the amateur classes. The course for Saturday was the exact same layout from Nationals.

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MOOTS TI STICKS— A BENEFIT FOR CHARLIE CUNNINGHAM

Charlie Cunningham sustained multiple injuries in a fall in August 2015, broken bones, bruises and head trauma. He is hospitalized and is making strides to recover from brain surgery. Learning how to talk and swallow are just a couple of the hurdles he is facing. He needs our help to pay for the mounting medical bills and modifications that will be needed to his home in Marin, CA.

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STUDIO VELO— THE JENSIE GRANFONDO OF MARIN

Moots will be on hand at our stand out dealer, STUDIO VELO — in Marin county California, to support the Jensie Grandfondo of Marin.
Our sprinter will be loaded with road demos for customers to ride the entire day during the fondo. All proceeds from the event go to the Marin County Bicycle Coalition.

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