The RT-1 and GT-1 road and gravel bikes are quintessentially titanium, quintessentially American, and quintessential workhorses of the cycling world. Designed to conquer the rugged Colorado Front Range, their minimalist styling belies the racing soul that powers every Mosaic. Built with immaculate welds, both are custom-butted for the rider, and whether it’s the local criterium, gravel romp, or Dirty Kanza, Mosaic’s flagship titanium bikes are up to the task for a lifetime.
Born in the US cycling hotbed of Boulder, Colorado, Mosaic Cycles is a pinnacle of American handbuilt steel and titanium. Their range of custom, purpose-built racing machines are both incredibly finished and attainable, a testament to the sustainability of domestic framebuilding. Founded by former Dean head welder Aaron Barchek, Mosaic strives for excellence in everything they produce, whether it’s their signature raw Ti bikes, or with their new in-house paint facility. With their full staff testing their creations on the pavement, trails, and fire roads of the Rockies, Mosaic practices what they preach on a daily basis. Just as well, their essentially-American DIY mentality, professionalism, and commitment to rapid delivery dates makes them an ideal partner when it comes to building fully-custom bicycles.