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  • Vic Ferrari


    • If you have to ask… the one in the images is the 35th anniversary edition, and they’re only making 50 of them for the entire world.

    • Legstrong

      FWIW, my LBS quoted me ±$3000 for a custom Ti frame.

    • FlyingYeti

      > Moots will only produce 50 of its special 35th-anniversary Vamoots RSL editions worldwide, and only as complete bikes as shown here (but without the painted-to-match Silca pump, sadly). Retail cost is US$14,500.

  • Tim

    What a great story. :)

    • James Huang


  • Sean parker

    I can hear the collective sharp intake of breath as the velominazis spot that strange cylindrical apparatus under the top tube.
    They will be rending their rapha with rage at the sight….

    • James Huang

      It’s always cool to be fully self-sufficient.

    • Major VVald

      No problems there kind sir, it is a Silca and any Velominatus would be proud to ride that bike as is. Now were it a plastic zefal, well, that’s another story…..

  • Hamish Moffatt

    Very nice!

  • dogspeed

    “the name Moots is an undeniably curious one. After all, is it the plural
    a “moot”? And if so, what is a “moot”? A person? A place? A thing?”
    – You may get a different answer If you ask an Australian…

    • Jobu

      Or a Tolkien fan.

  • ajt

    And dura-ace skewers.. better purchase on the ti drop outs?

    • James Huang

      Internal-cam skewers do generally generate more clamping force than external-cam ones, yes, and Shimano ones are some of the best I’ve used. In this case, though, the offset lever also fits better with the socket-type dropouts Moots prefers to use.


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