• Anthony Little
  • August 05, 2017
  • journal, Uncategorized

Well, this is the last of the posts we'll do on this MOOTS Compact, the bike has been picked up, which is great, but also a bummer as we loved looking at it every day, but it's in a better place now, hopefully tearing up the road somewhere in San Francisco or Marin...
In Part 1, we covered the frame and the powder coating process we had done to it. Part 2 covered all the components we chose to hang on the frame and in Part 3 we'll show a few pictures of how it all turned out. Thanks for following and when you are ready to build one of these dream bikes for yourself, give us a shout!



Kris installing the Chris King bottom bracket. We make sure everything is perfect on the frame before installing any of the components. MOOTS does as well as there is usually no prep needed on our end as they do such a great job of facing and chasing all threaded areas...



The complete bike, absolutely beautiful in my opinion. I love the standard MOOTS bead blasted finish, but this is very nice, very unique...



Chris King bottom bracket, Shimano Dura-Ace 165mm cranks. Nice transition from powder coat to natural titanium on the chain stay. Also, an update on the King bottom brackets, in about 2 and a half weeks they WILL have a SRAM compatible version available, very sweet...



Breezer style dropouts and non tapered chain and seat stays, one of the many reasons why MOOTS is the best option in titanium. Dura-Ace quick release skewers are also very choice...



We'll leave you with this...
For more of Deans amazing photography, see the gallery on our website.
Thanks for following!




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