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Cycling the Annapurna Circuit Trek–On a Moots!

File under; Where in the world will your Moots take you? This week we’ve got a guest entry into the Moots blog by Alex Monroe. Have a read and let your day dreaming commence!

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MOOTS APRIL SOCIAL CONTEST/GIVEAWAY

We just escaped from the snow in Steamboat to ride bikes in the desert of Grand Junction-  We’re stoked for the coming summer – lets celebrate through a giveaway! 

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Moots and DPS Skis–two companies with a shared passion for perfection

More often than not, our travels take us to cycling events around the US. We get to ride with our owners, share

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SHARED TERRITORY AUZANGATE–PERU

We have had the honor of being a partner in all three Shared Territory films; starting with a hair-brained idea of riding across ICELAND in 2018, to the lockdown release of BORDERLANDS in 2020 and now

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MOOTS + VISTA VERDE GUEST RANCH

Vista Verde is a guest ranch located in North Routt as the locals call it….and as you might have guessed, the ranch lies at the northern end of our county and not far from the Wyoming boarder. Vista Verde

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MOOTS RETRO 1983 MOUNTAINEER

    When you’ve been building bikes for 40 years you are bound to get some incredible stories of where a Moots has taken people and the places they have seen, all while riding

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THE THINGS YOU DON’T SEE

Many have drooled over our welds which you can see on any Moots frame. They have been referred to as

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MOOTS + BLACK MAGIC PAINT

Moots bikes and paint go way back….waaay back to the era of 1981-1991 when we built out of steel and paint was needed to keep the frames from rusting away.  It also gave the Moots creative types

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MOOTS & MRP SUSPENSION

In May we made a trip down the road to Grand Junction, Colorado and more specifically MRP SUSPENSION. We’ve been long time fans of their forks and with the global crunch

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A ROUTT RSL & MAUNA KEA

Words & images by: Micah Ling The summit of Mauna Kea – the highest volcano on the Big Island, and one of the biggest climbs in the world – reaches 13,796 feet (4,205 meters). At the top, some of the largest telescopes in the world – a place with complete darkness, so close

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