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Category Archives: Mosaic Bicycles
This titanium Mosaic is a custom RT-1, and uses their top-of-the-line frameset. The RT-1 features size-specific butted tubing, a tapered-steerer Enve Road 2.0 fork, and an oversized 44mm headtube. The lucky owner of this bike chose to give the frame full-paint, and to have the fork matching as well. As usual, the folks at Mosaic do impeccable work … the welds are super clean! The stainless steel headbadge looks great against the paint. Custom geometry was a must for this rider to get the handlebar in the correct location. This RT-1 uses an integrated seatpost, which will add some shock … Continue reading
Here is a Mosaic that we put together for a local rider. Mosaic includes custom geometry on all of their frames, and we used that ultimate control to shape the bike into one designed for long-distance comfort. It can fit up to 32mm width tires, and can accept front and rear luggage racks. Aaron Barcheck at Mosaic does immaculate weld work on his frames. You can get as close as you like to the beads, and still you won’t see anything but smoothness. Notice how the bolts that hold the disc brake caliper to the frame thread into a small … Continue reading
This beautiful custom Mosaic RT-1 is as good as it gets! The butted Ti frame is handbuilt in Boulder, Colorado and has a unique paint job done by Spectrum Cycles. All Mosaic frames are custom built to a riders body proportions, so the fit is perfect! This particular Mosaic was used as a show-bike by Mosaic in the 2013 NAHBS (North American Handuilt Bicycle Show). Mosaic won a “best cyclocross of show” award for a cross bike that has similar construction to this RT-1. Mosaic uses an oversized 44mm titanium headtube that they machine in-house. The seatstays are elegantly thin … Continue reading