The Moots Womble is for lovers of single-track and adventure. For those that seek something deeper and longer lasting than the spec trend of the month, or the latest bike to come out of a mold.  It’s a new bike for old souls. It’s a cult. It’s a Moots and if you have ever ridden a Moots, you’ll understand. This is likely a bike you’ll have in your quiver for many years to come. Think of it as an investment.

The titanium Moots Womble 29er, fits a 2.6″ tire, offers a slack 67º head angle, and 57mm of BB drop. The geometry on this bike looks like an ideal all-rounder bike, perfect for XC trails, backroad gravel, bikepacking, in other words, a bike you can go ride, have fun on and be happy. And like everything that Moots builds, it is sure to be a beautiful bike. Lean more at

Moots Womble Specs

The Womble boasts an all new and proprietary double butted top and down tube featuring the largest diameters they’ve ever built in order to create the stiffest and strongest front end possible.  This gives strength to stretch the front center measurement and mate to 140mm travel fork, just to add a bit more reach.  The Womble is a 1x specific frame and available in two spec options, mechanical and wireless for SRAM AXS.  

Two builds have been selected that best compliment the Womble.  The first with full wireless SRAM AXS 1×12 with wireless AXS dropper for a clean and cable free setup.  The second build is with Shimano’s value/performance monster XT 8100 1×12 gruppo.  Both builds are anchored with the Rock Shox Pike Ultimate 140 with 42mm offset, designed to offer the stiffest and best tracking suspension. 

Moots Womble
The Womble is a 1x specific frame and available in two spec options, mechanical and wireless for SRAM AXS.  

Behind the Name – Womble

MOOTS has been building bikes for almost 40 years at Moots and mountain bikes have been at the heart of what they have done from the outset.  The launch of their newest mountain bike, the Womble, is a tribute to the kind of riding the Team at Moots love.  Built as a cross country bike for both fun and long days in the saddle, they named this bike after the iconic Womble trail in Mt. Ida, Arkansas.



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