Mosaic titanium dirt jumper

[2013 NAHBS] Mosaic Cycles – Titanium Hardtail MTB and Titanium Dirt Jumper

photos by: Jake Moore

Mosaic Cycles out of Boulder, Colorado had a nice booth at the 2013 North American Handmade Bicycle Show. They had several beautifully built creations on display. The ones that caught our eye the most were their titanium mountain bikes.

Mosaic Cycles titanium hardtail mountain bike
Mosaic Cycles titanium hardtail mountain bike

It was no surprise that they had some of the best looking titanium bikes on the floor, as the owner of Mosaic Aaron Barcheck worked at Dean Titanium Bicycles for several years before starting his own company.

rear view
rear view
front view
front view

Each Mosaic Cycles bike is fully custom. Each frame is made to fit what the customer wants. The bikes are typically built for racers or riders with specific geometry needs.

impeccable welding
impeccable welding
rear dropout detail
rear dropout detail
drive side dropout detail
drive side dropout detail

Mosaic builds both titanium and steel frames for mountain biking, road, track, and cyclocross. They do build more titanium than steel frames.

clean cable routing
clean cable routing
Mosaic's signature media blasted graphics on the seatmast
Mosaic’s signature media blasted graphics on the seatmast
cockpit
cockpit

Mosaic tries to keep up with the latest developments in biking technology and features. They regularly build frames with internal braking systems, 142mm rear spacing, and integrated seatmasts. They also build frames to fit all of the current bottom bracket standards.

internal routing entry
internal routing entry
internal routing exit looks clean
internal routing exit looks clean
custom made headtube and headbage
custom made headtube and headbage

Mosaic also makes all of their own headtubes.

Mosaic titanium dirt jumper
Mosaic titanium dirt jumper
Mosaic titanium dirt jumper
Mosaic titanium dirt jumper
dirt jumper seatmast detail
dirt jumper seatmast detail

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