The Moulton bicycle is a unique design with many features that set it apart from other bicycles. Back in the 1950s, Alex Moulton defined the key features of the Moulton bicycle - small wheels, suspension, stiff unisex frame, adaptability to suit intended use, and innovation in design, engineering and manufacture. Today, these principles still hold true, but the resulting bicycle is improved in every way - lighter, stiffer, faster and more comfortable, as well as easier to transport by road, rail or air.
Responsive ride Comfortable ride on leisurely pace, stiff and fast at a harder ride. Reduced weight (10.5kg, Previously 11.9kg, comparable weight to the premium bikes) Premium groupset of Campagnalo Athena. LATEST Most recent model in the Moulton range. The new features aprearing on the Moulton SST features that sets it up from its predecessor, the TSR range: Front stirrup dropouts in stainless steel. Stirrup block reduced in height to reduce weight, improve appearance. Dual-rate front suspension spring. Oversized rear fork pivot bearings – bearing surface increased by 150%. Vertical dropouts for derailleur gear in stainless steel – with patented ‘cruciform’ stiffness plates. Round-tapered chainstays to reduce weight and improve aesthetics. Lighter rear fork upright tube with new dual-adjustment (height and angle) front derailleur mount. Chainstay ‘X-brace’. Chainstay ‘X-brace’ reinforcement, with adjustable mudguard mount. In-line 31.6mm seat pillar.