Radar Roundup: Mosaic RT-1 ITR, Mountain Goat Ti Bullmoose, and Rocky Mountain Solo


Radar Roundup: Mosaic RT-1 ITR, Mountain Goat Ti Bullmoose, and Rocky Mountain Solo

Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…

Mosaic RT-1 ITR

The legendary Mosaic RT-1, re-imagined with 35mm of tire clearance and a completely integrated cockpit system. The RT-1 Integrated Thick Road (ITR) is designed for where we ride and the way we ride.

Utilizing ENVE’s Integrated Road Fork and a new chainstay design, the RT-1 ITR has the same intuitive steering response as our RT-1d, bringing confident handling at speed, plenty of get-up-and-go out of the corners, and the encouragement to rip up your favorite climb, paved or otherwise… As usual, this is all delivered by a particular blend & rider specific selection of double-butted titanium tubing that is infinitely customizable depending on your fit requirements, ride preferences, and build configuration.

The RT-1 ITR is completely Made to Order, inclusive of custom geometry and complete choice of Mosaic Finishwork. It’s the ultimate drop bar bike.

Roll on over to Mosaic Cycles to see more!

Mountain Goat Cycles Ti Bullmoose $300

Before Jeff Archer, owner of First Flight Bikes in North Carolina, passed, he bought the brand Mountain Goat and was bringing it back in a big way. These titanium bullmoose bars were one of the last products the brand produced before Jeff’s passing and FFB has five of them on its eBay store. Cruiser, klunker, or full suspension, these bars would look incredible on any bike.


  • 65mm extension
  • 6/4 Titanium
  • Width 820mm, can be cut down
  • Rise 10 Deg
  • Upsweep 6 deg
  • Backsweep 8 deg

Swoop at eBay.

Check out John’s 1984 Mountain Goat Whiskeytown Racer: A Fillet Brazed Beauty with Lots of Patina

Rocky Mountain Updates the Solo

The Solo is Rocky Mountain’s drop bar bike. And it received high praise from Morgan when he reviewed it a few years ago. Just recently, the Solo received some updates, including more bosses for bags and bottles, a more compliant seat tube, and a few geo tweaks. It’s 2x and Di2 compatible. Fits a 40mm tire with fenders, and now comes in a few build kits, offering something for everyone. Check out more in the video below…



Check out more at Rocky Mountain.



Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…

Illustration via @JohnProlly

Marin has a long history of framebuilders and Neuhaus Metal Works is the latest to pop on our radar. Be on the lookout for more from this brand soon!

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