Moots Rigormootis Titanium Frame and Parts











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2005 Moots Rigormootis Titanium Frame and Parts for sale

17" frame (26" wheels) with brand new decals from the factory

55cm top tube (center to center)
47cm seat tube (top of seat collar to center of BB)
originally equipped with V-brakes, but Moots added rear disc mounts a few years ago
Chris King headset
Shimano XT (M775) brakes front and rear (with rotors)
Thompson aluminum seat post
SRAM XO 175mm cranks with 28/39 chainring set up for 2x10
Easton Monkey Lite XC handlebars
Ritchey WCS stem

This has been my favorite bike of all time, but seasons change and it was time for a new direction. This incredible frame has been sitting in my garage for a few months. I had it set up as a super light, super fast, super everything XC bike. It would also be a super frame for a rigid single speed (which is what I may do if it doesn't sell soon). Suffice to say, it's a pretty super bike.

Note: I had a buyer who only wanted the frame and headset, so I took everything else off. He pulled out, but I had already cut the rear brake line to get it out of the frame mounts. I still have all the parts, but the rear brake line will need to be re-installed.

Please let me know if you have any questions or if you would like additional photos.
Frame Size: 17
Country: USA
Keywords: Moots Titanium

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ironacct
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Comment Date: Mon January 14, 2019
I wondered if this is still available and if so, any chance you have a the frame geometry? I could only find the Rigormootis chart going back to 2009 online. I'm guessing yours is probably the same, but mainly wondered whether the frame was designed with an 80mm or 100mm fork in mind. Thanks!



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craig_m
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Comment Date: Tue January 15, 2019
Hi Jason. It is built for a 100mm fork. I just took the original Fox fork off recently and it was 100mm travel.



Moots doesn't keep the geometry this far back (I asked recently). I can measure any lengths though, but angles will tax my mind a bit too much!
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