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Thomson say Hey to Titanium Hooch Hardtail frame w/ customizable cockpit components

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Rolling out of the Thomson stable in Chattahoochee, North Georgia, is the new Titanium Hooch Hardtail MTB built around 27.5″ wheels. Dubbed their “hardcore Ti ripper”, the Hooch gets a progressive geometry aimed squarely at trail riding. Here are the details on geometry, sizing, frame specs, build options and pricing.

Thomson Titanium Hooch Hardtail 

thomson titanium hardtail mtb frame hoochThe new Thomson Hooch Hardtail is an evolution of their original Elite Titanium 275 trail bike. It is fabricated from 3al 2.5v aircraft grade titanium with custom formed chain and seatstays.

thomson hooch hardtail titanium mtb boost spacing

It runs boost (12mm x 148mm) rear axle spacing with internal cable routing through the front triangle and an additional line for a 30.9mm dropper seat post. 

thomson hooch 66.5 degree head tube angle titanium hardtail mtb

Available in sizes small, medium and large, the Hooch gets a 66.5° head tube angle paired with a slack 73.5° seat tube angle. Reach spans a 404mm to 455mm range with 430mm chainstays permitting clearance for 27.5″ x 2.4″ tires.

Those geometry measurements are based around the bike running a 546mm axle-to-crown fork with a 51mm offset.thomson hooch welds titaniumThe Hooch is hand welded in Taiwan, where Thomson’s collection of Ti posts and handlebars are made by Titanium Specialists.

thomson hooch geometry titanium hardtail mtb frame sizes s-l

Pricing & Availability

thomson hooch titanium hardtail bikePricing for the Thomson Hooch Titanium Hardtail starts at $3,295. The Base model comes with Thomson’s elite series stem, black covert dropper post, clamp and alloy bar. However, Thomson are offering customers the chance to customize their Hooch frame with their premium Ti and Carbon components.

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Onrhodes
1 year ago

I do like a quality looking titanium bike. So pretty.

robboydston
1 year ago

Love Thomson and love Ti. Anyone heard/seen any updates on their Ti gravel bike? It was in the press in late 2019 with availability to come sometime in 2020. Haven’t seen a word about it since….

jak
jak
1 year ago

looks nice but small wheels, bueeeee

Beau
Beau
1 year ago
Reply to  jak

Honestly I’m thrilled to see a new bike that isn’t a 29er. Guessing I’m not alone.

Robert Crivelli
Robert Crivelli
1 year ago

What is the weight in pounds for each size? It’s extremely important to also include the weight of each frame.

Tony pepperoni
Tony pepperoni
1 year ago

It’s not that important, don’t be so dramatic

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