Just finished this last night. Excuse the apartment shot, but it won't be getting out and dirty until the weekend.
I ordered the frame months ago. Because I spec'd it for electronic shifting, Moots built it for internal battery only (a good thing in the long term). No external battery mounts or wiring port at all. That meant a painful wait for the new internal Campagnolo EPS battery to finally make production. It arrived yesterday and I built it up last night.
Combines so many of the forum hot topics! Shimano vs Campagnolo (Campagnolo of course!). Discs vs Rim brakes (discs of course!). Electronic vs Mechanical shifting (electronic, but only just). Titanium vs Carbon (no contest!). Press Fit vs Threaded BB (Press Fit, but only just).
Full ride report to follow, but if it is anything less than mind blowing, I will be disappointed!
Suprisingly not that light, but I guess the discs make up most of that because I can't spot much excess weight anywhere in the spec.
I have ordered some black ENVE decals to de-bling the wheels a bit. More like the road version hopefully. These are ENVE's 29 XC rims, and I guess the decals look slightly less shouty with fatter tyres fitted.
Alongside the road equivalent, I think that these are now all the bikes I could need. Just need to fit the internal battery to the road version, and these two are boringly similar in spec.
Frame - Moots Psyclo X RSL
Fork - ENVE Tapered CX
Aheadset - Chris King Inset 7
Chainset - Campagnolo Super Record Ti (46/36 Campagnolo CX Chainrings)
Pedals - Shimano XTR
Front Deraileur - Campagnolo Super Record EPS
Rear Deraileur - Campagnolo Super Record EPS
Shifters - Campagnolo Super Record EPS
Brakes - Avid BB7 SL
Chain - KMC X-11 SL
Cassette - Campagnolo Super Record
Wheels - Chris King R45 Disc, ENVE XC clincher, Sapim CX Ray
Tyres - Various Vittoria (depending on conditions)
Stem - Moots RSL
Bars - Zipp Service Course Aluminium
Seatpost - Moots Cinch
Saddle - Fizik Arione
Bottle Cages - King Titanium
And her sister (before the internal battery 'makeover' this weekend).