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After 10 years on an aluminum carbon bike it was time for a new bike. Not just any bike. A bike that would last me 10 years, a rebuild, and 15 more years after that. Yup, a lifetime bike. Rolling on carbon Derby rims and DT Swiss hubs. Wireless SRAM drivetrain. Still sorting stem seat post and seat. Big ups to Garrisons Cyclery in DE.
I got addicted to the gravel scene in Oklahoma pretty quickly. My wonderful supportive wife told me she’d let me reward myself with a new Moots if I hit my weight loss goal (40lbs). So far I’ve been playing in the dirt at local and regional gravel events. This year the Moots will be loaded with some bags to ride in a few multi-day events.
Just had a great new bike day thanks to the team at Bob’s. It’s my first time to ride Ti so I researched alot of good builders but ended up trusting Moots experience and was just too intrigued by the YBB. The bike does not disappoint and cant wait to get it dirty. Thanks team Moots!
The Kasepuhan or Kasepuhan Banten Kidul are a traditional Sundanese community of approximately 5,300 people, who live in the southern part of Gunung Halimun National Park, in the Indonesian province of West Java. Gunung Halimun National Park is located within the borders of the Sukabumi Regency, Bogor and southern Banten province. The Kasepuhan is called “Kasepuhan Banten Kidul” (Kasepuhan of Southern Banten), their main village is Ciptagelar in the Cisolok subdistrict (kecamatan) in the western part of the Sukabumi Regency. Using Moots Routt 45, with Rockshox make journey comfortable.
I was looking for the ultimate gravel build. Having ridden a YBB 29er for the last 8 years there was only one choice. A YBB gravelmonster. This route YBB is amazing. I couldn’t imagine a sweeter ride. Thanks Moots for once again delivering the goods!
This July, I took an 8-day trip from my home near Seattle. I rode down to Portland with the Seattle-to-Portland ride. Then I rode over to the coast at Astoria, OR. From there I followed the Washington coast along the Pacific Ocean and various large bays to the Olympic Peninsula. Much if the ocean route is known as the “Hidden Coast”. My route took me along the Strait of Juan de Fuca. I took a side trip up to Hurricane Ridge in the Olympic Mountain Range. I stayed in motels along the way and carried a few clothes and some food in panniers. The total trip was about 875 miles. Weather ranged from cool and cloudy, to dumping rain, to gloriously sunny. I’ve had my Routt 45 for several years and use it mainly for winter commuting and adventuring.
We are in the process of updating our sponsored athlete section of our website.
At Moots, our owners get the VIP treatment all the way.
Whether your frame is brand new or twenty years old, it’s new to you and we want to welcome you to the family.
Membership into the Moots Rider’s Club is free. Included are:
Club newsletter + new product sneak peeks
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