Titus Moto Lite Reviews


Titus Moto Lite

Avg Rating: (5.00 out of 5) 4 gear reviews
MSRP: $0.00
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The hydro-formed 6061 alloy downtube is designed and shaped for maximum power transfer and bullet-proof durability.

Four oversized sealed bearings at the main pivot matched with the beefy clevis link design, insure precise rear-end tracking and zero maintenance.

Lightweight components have been carefully chosen to create a synergistic package at a tremendous value.

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John Fisch on November 8, 2009
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Pros: Superb suspension performance.
Neutral geometry.

Cons: None worth noting.

Recommendation: I rented a moto-lite during a week in Sedona. Since I was flying, I couldn't travel with my beloved Yeti 575. I was pleasantly surprised. I instantly felt at home on the Moto Lite and it performed brilliantly on a wide variety of terrain. I did notice a little extra weight vice my 575, but not enough to be a distraction. I was skeptical when the shop told me how good this bike was, but after riding it, I have to agree it lives up to all the hype the Titus nuts put out.

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MtnSportDog on August 14, 2008
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Pros: flies like it was on wings and it was 2500 bucks for a XT level bike!!

Cons: A tad bit heave to some 5" bikes.

Recommendation: Just bought the ML-1 (Moto-Lite) from Colorado Cyclist. Came equipped with XT, Fox and DT wheels. Couldn't believe the price paid. Super fun to ride - love the handling and once I got the suspension tuned for my weight it literally floats over the rough stuff.

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tumbleweed14 on July 20, 2007
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Recommendation: Oops, here is my rating.

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tumbleweed14 on July 20, 2007
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Cons: Handling.

Recommendation: I bought this bike to accomodate my evolving style of riding: bigger hits, more airtime, larger obstacles. In that way it has eaten up what I have thrown at it. I don't huck my bike, no serious free-riding, but the bike does just fine off jumps of several feet high and steep decents. It is hard though dealing with the slightly more sluggish handling than my previous Yeti Kokopelli (XC geometry) and have initially (1 month) found myself rolling a little too far outside some corners. But perhaps it is not so much the poorer handling as it is my newfound confidence and stability down the hills that causes higher speeds, and in turn (pun intended), demands more finesse. Not sure yet. Either way, I am happy. The Titus ML is a fantastic bike, and although I am still in the honey moon stage, I think I might just I love her.

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Titus Moto Lite 5.00 out of 5 based on 4 ratings. 4 user reviews.