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Mosaic Cycles Launches new MT-2 Modern Hardtail along with new Batch Built Program!

Mosaic MT-2 HartailPhoto c. Mosaic Cycles
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Boulder, Colorado’s own Mosaic Cycles introduces their new hardtail mountain bike in the MT-2! This new MTB is said to have a healthy dose of modern XC geometry with a smidgen of some “rowdy trail shredding” thrown in for some good times.

Mosaic MT-2 in green
Photo c. Mosaic Cycles. MT-2 hardtail in green

Part of the news of this new bike dropping is that it is part of Mosaic’s new “Batch Built” Program. Mosaic Cycles says this program will allow them to deliver handmade bikes with stock geometry, within a reduced turnaround time of 2-4 weeks (pending finish work and configuration selection). This is done through a streamlined build process.

A limited number of MT-2 mountain bikes are already built and ready to be finished to order, according to Mosaic. Customers can order these bikes through their network of dealers where they would just select the groupset they wanted, and pick the standard raw titanium finish or upgrade to a Mosaic paint layout, allowing the end user to really add their personal touch to their new Mosiac.

The first bikes to take advantage of this program are the new MT-2 hardtail and the GT-2 45 gravel bike.

Mosiac MT-2 Hardtail Mountain Bike

Mosaic MT-2 blue cock pit


Mosaic MT-2 silver cockpit

Mosaic promises that the new MT-2 will deliver modern mountain bike geometry for a “fast and playful ride”. The bike looks to be versatile and is designed to take a suspension fork with 120mm travel as well as coming with plenty of tire clearance for up to a 29×2.6″ tire. This can mean the bike could easily be used for an epic endurance race, to shralp your local trails, or just lollygag outside with friends.

Mosaic says the tube set used for this bike is “size-specific, straight gauge” titanium that is light, strong, durable, and comfy while being (most importantly) fun to ride.

Batch Built Mosaic GT-2 45 Gravel Bikes

Mosaic Cycles GT-2 gravel bike
GT-2 gravel bike

Rounding out the “Batch Built” program, Mosaic is offering its first round of Batch Built GT-2 45 gravel bikes. The GT-2 45 Gravel Bikes will be offered in the following size run: 48cm, 50cm, 52cm, 54cm, 56cm, 58cm, and 60cm.

Mosaic says that they have several frames in each of the mentioned sizes hanging on the wall waiting for component spec, and finish… then they’re off to a good home.

Like the MT-2, the Mosaic Finishwork program is available as an upgrade. Also, like the MT-2, the Batch Built GT-2 45 will be delivered within 2-4 weeks.

Mosaic MT-2 blue w/ mountians
Mosaic MT-2 hardtail and some Colorado mountains.

The first round of Batch Built bikes is available now for purchase through Mosaic’s large list of dealers worldwide.


The Mosaic MT-2 retail price for the frame starts at $4200

The GT-2 45 retail price for the frame starts at  $4500

The press release says that “each includes the choice of groupset configuration and standard raw finish.” The Mosaic Finishwork program is available as an upgrade.

Mosaic’s signature Made To Order custom program will remain intact alongside the Batch Build Program, still allowing customers to design their own bike with fully custom geometry for their own, handmade, one-of-kind bicycle. Lead time for this program is just 10-12 weeks.

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1 year ago

Nice! and the frame is made of what? 3/2.5 Ti? with a smidge of 6/4? (headtube or BB) Drool worthy bikes. Well done Mosiac.

Roger Pedacter
Roger Pedacter
1 year ago

Beautifully made frames, as always. But that MTB geometry was “modern” like a decade ago. In fact, I just saw someone riding one of them wearing a pair of bell bottom jeans…

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