Moots Mooto X Slider 29er Hardtail

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  • Accommodates up to 2.3 tires
  • Rigid or YBB soft tail options
  • Blend of refined angles
  • 29 inch diameter wheels
  • Built for 80mm travel 29" forks

User Reviews (2)

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Timo   Racer [Aug 27, 2011]
Strength:

TI craftsmanship is top notch! I have a rigid and YBB both with sliders, and love the geometry for racing as both climb like mules.

Weakness:

None

The best TI bike made in the good ol USA!

Similar Products Used: Specialized carbon SS 29 er, Spot steel 29 er SS,
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5
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5
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jdc8g   Cross Country Rider [Jan 26, 2011]
Strength:

Light, Strong, Sharpest looking bike you'll ever own.

Weakness:

None...Not even the price.

Yeah, it's expensive...This review if for people who can afford this bike. I don't want to encourage anyone digging holes or using college fund money to get this bike! That being said: it's totally awesome! I'm set up with 32 teeth in front and 19 teeth in back (a gear thats like 2 and 6 on a geared bike), and I'm suprised by the hills I can conquer. Obviously a Single Speeds worst enemy is a sustained steep climb (since keeping momentum is essential); avoid those and you'll be flying up and down hills!
This shouldn't be you're primary bike, but if you've got the funds and want to have a radical time on some rolling trails...this bike is a pure joy to ride.

Similar Products Used: Eriksen Ti 29er
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5
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5
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