Moots YBB XC Hardtail

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Why be beat is the term that coins the model name "YBB" Back in 1988 Moots introduced there first rear suspension frame. The very first YBB was made in steel believe it or not but then a few years later in 1991 it found its way onto Titanium's cutting room floor. With just over an inch of rear wheel travel the frame suspension cuts the edge and clears a path for comfort and performance.

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