Located in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, master titanium frame builders Moots have added a new in-house finish to their already awesome line of eye-catching ways to finish off a killer custom ti bike. Moots’ new wavy ano finish looks pretty awesome. Just when you thought that it was safe to go back in the water… introducing Groundswell.
Moots’ finishes are blasted and anodized directly onto the titanium frame, resulting in a seamless look that syncs with their obsessive precision, quality, and a timeless aesthetic.
And of course the lightweight durability paint can never match.
You can get the new Groundswell finish now.
And it’s available across the entire Moots line of bikes.
The new finish uses a combo of matte anodized techniques with touches of bright polished anodization to give an effect of movement. It also gives the sensation that the classic round tubes have even an oval rectangle look.
This new Groundswell finish adds subtle matte blue-grey over classic satin ti tubing, together with radiant rose-copper colors. As you’d expect from Moots, their perfectionism and eye for detail leave no stone unturned.
Tying everything together from the stem’s rose copper block logo that matches the Mr. Moots icon the seatpost. It’s the small details like this that set Moots apart from some of the other frame makers.
Moots Groundswell – Pricing, options & availability
Groundswell is available on all Moots’ models for a retail price of $825. Making it one of the more expensive finishes they offer. But a fitting way to top off a premium custom titatanium bike build, like this $13,733 SRAM Force AXS-equipped Vamoots RCS road bike (price, as shown).
Check out all of the other finishes available by hitting the link below. Or some of our past Moots finish coverage. Also, don’t forget to check out the “closeouts” section of the site for some decent deals on quality, USA handmade titanium bicycles.