Crafted to redefine and refine urban commuting, Mosaic Cycles’ CT-1 bike has a functional but sporty design that suits various types of terrain. The titanium frame offers both corrosion resistance and natural compliance. Coupled with a Shimano Metrea groupset, flat mount disc brakes, and full fenders, the bicycle is easy to maintain, durable, and versatile at the same time.
“While the overall design concept was to keep this bike simple and functional, yet elegant, there’s a few key design elements that make this bike perfect for the urban setting,” says Mosaic Cycles founder Aaron Barcheck. “Titanium is a natural choice for a bike that will be ridden in all conditions as it is naturally corrosion resistant. Design wise, it has a low bottom bracket which helps make the CT-1 stable, but we’ve kept the handling on the faster side of things for a city bike to keep it playful and lively,” he adds.
CT-1 comes in five sizes, with custom frames also available. The bicycle features fender and rack mounts as standard, as well as 12mm thru axles for the front and rear wheels, and an Enve GRD fork with a removable integrated fender. The price for the frameset with a raw titanium finish starts at $4450. You should also check out the brand’s official website for more info on optional features and finishes. Images courtesy of Mosaic Cycles.