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Pipedream Ti Moxie is a bare-metal beauty with ovalised super-butted tube set

pipdream release 24 titanium moxie hardtail mountain bikes for 2020 with mk3 geometry
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Pipedream Cycles are making just twenty-four of the new Titanium Moxie hardtail mountain bike. For 2020, the Ti Moxie is updated with MK3 geometry, and gets a custom-butted tube set with ovalised top tube and downtube. The steel Pipedream Moxie MK3 will set you back £649 but, as expected, this bare-metal beauty is an eye watering £1749. We have the details right here.

Pipedream’s 2020 Ti Moxie

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It’s a looker, for sure. The Pipedream Moxie always has been a looker, but the new Titanium Moxie takes things up several gears. And it’s not just the classic bare-metal finish of the Ti frame that makes it stand out.

pipdream release 24 titanium moxie hardtail mountain bikes for 2020 with mk3 geometry
Pipedream recommend use of a 140 mm – 170 mm fork for the new Moxie

Along with its updated MK3 geometry, the tube set design is completely new too; butted and ovalised in key places, Pipedream say they’ve created “a simple and elegant hardtail that’s confident at Whistler and will happily take you deep into the wilderness for epic adventures”.

pipedream moxie available in titanium 2020 limited edition run twenty four frames

The Ti Moxie frame is fabricated from 3Al/2.5V Titanium Tubing in Taiwan, drawn and butted in-house. The top tube is quad butted and the downtube tripple-butted and bent for increased strength. Both tubes are ovalised in the horizontal plane. This lesser-spotted design feature is said to add stiffness at the BB-Downtube interface and strength at the top tube-downtube interface.

pipedream moxie titanium mk3 geometry 420 mm seat tube length

The seat tube has a 31.6 mm diameter, made to accommodate super long travel dropper posts. Riders can run up to a 185 mm dropper on the Long and Longer frames.

pipedream moxie ti offers stealth routing for dropper seat post internal
The Ti Moxie seat tube has a port for stealth routing of a dropper seat post

Available in Long and Longer, both sizes of Pipedream’s 2020 Titanium Moxie run a 420 mm seat tube, so riders will choose their size based on their desired reach figure. The Ti Moxie has MK3 geometry. That’s a nice and steep 77.5° seat angle paired with a slack 64° head angle and a reach measurement of 470 mm in Long and 510 mm in Longer.

pipedream sliding dropouts allow 16mm chainstay length adjustment
Pipedream’s CNC-machined Ti sliding dropouts allow chainstay length to be adjusted by up to 16 mm

Chainstay length is adjustable via the use of new sliding drop-outs. The 425 mm – 441 mm range will allow riders to spec a 27.5″ wheelset with up to 2.8″ tyres, or a 29″ wheelset with up to 2.5″ tyres.

pipedream moxie bb drops 64mm from axles
The bottom bracket drops 64 mm from the axles

The head tube has an internal diameter of 44 mm so will accommodate an angle set if 64° isn’t slack enough for you. The BB is 73 mm threaded.

raw finish metal hardtail mountain bike enduro
The titanium frame has a Scotchbrite finish with Sandblasted decals

Cable routing is external. One set of bottle bosses is present on the downtube. The frame features ISCG mounts for a chain guide and bash guard.

ti moxie 32t max chainring size 2020 model hardtail mtb
Rear end spacing is boost 148 mm. The largest chainring recommended is 32T.

Pricing & Availability

Pipedream Cycles are making just 24 Titanium Moxie hardtails in 2020; twelve in each frame size. The smaller “Longish” size option is only available for the standard steel frame MK3 Moxie. The Ti Moxie will set you back £1749. You can pre-order it now for £750 but the remaining £999 will be due before the frame is ready to ship in September.


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3 years ago

Looks awesome! But for not that much more you could get a custom steel ht. Food for thought.

3 years ago

Beautiful. Nice to see hardcore hardtails becoming more of a thing in the bike industry. We need more of this. The Brits have been way ahead on this game for quite some time as well.

Not only are these kind of bikes a hell of a lot of fun, but a good ones doesn’t have to cost a lot either. Getting one in Ti is getting a bike you’ll have for years too.

Jim Rawson
Jim Rawson
3 years ago

Beautiful. But 32t max chainring is a deal breaker

3 years ago

@sevo It’s because typical UK riding conditions eat bearings.

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