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Bikes of the Week: A Spicy Trio of Knockout Mosaics

Derek Yarra |

As summer phases out we wanted to serve up some piping hot titanium goodness from our friends at Mosaic. This week we're here to showcase three scorching builds—an RT-1, an XT-1, and a GT-1—all in their full titanium glory and all sporting bright and poppy knockout paint jobs.

mosaic rt-1

A Spicy Hot Integrated RT-1

Kicking things off is this wild RT-1. Mosaic caused quite a stir last year when they unveiled an RT-1 designed with full cable integration, and this sweet little number is our first build utilizing that design. 

mosaic rt1 integrated 

We built this up using a Deda Alanera bar stem and an Enve seatpost, paint-matched in stunning pearl orange. It shifts and stops thanks to a Sram Red AXS drivetrain, and rolls on a set of Enve 3.4 AR wheels.

To see more of this build, head to the gallery here.

mosaic XT1 repaint

A Revitalized Mosaic XT-1

Next up in the round up is this mean XT-1. This bike is actually a few years old, originally serving as a cyclocross bike (does anyone here still remember cyclocross?) but our rider wanted to give it some new life with a brand new paint job.

 mosaic xt1 details

Along with the paint, we updated a few aspects of the build to tailor it more to gravel and all-road riding. We matched an XTR Di2 cassette and derailleur with Ultegra Di2 levers for a solid 1x wide range set up, a new Enve cockpit to shave some weight and add some smoothness, and finally some René Herse Barlow Pass tires for fast all terrain rolling. Gotta love how a simple repaint and a few new parts is all it takes to make them feel like a brand new rig!

Want more of this cross-turned-graveller? Head to the gallery here.

 

knockout fade Mosaic GT-1

A Knockout Fade GT-1

A wildly sick GT-1 brings up the rear to close out our tasty trio.  Another zesty orange finish, but this time taken even further by combining it with a fade to gold. 

mosaic gt1 detail grid

The build features Sram AXS mullet drivetrain - naturally with the bronze chain and cassette - and it even has a Reverb dropper for extra breathing room when the trail gets steep and dicey. It's also rolling on a set of Enve G23s, custom laced to black and gold Chris King R45 hubs. 

Checkout the full photo series over on the gallery

Which one of these stylish rigs hits home for you? The fast and sleek road bike, the rejuvenated all-roader, or the heat check gravel monster? No matter what suits your flavor, Mosaic can build a sensational bike just for you. If you've got any questions at all getting one built up for yourself just drop us a line and we'll be happy to help!