The Full Moxie Has Landed

Date Apr 8, 2020

Carbon leave you feeling cold, and aluminum just won't cut it for your next full suspension frame? The mad lads at Pipedream Cycles have you covered with the Full Moxie: a sprung version of their Moxie hardtail. Built in two sizes from custom 4130 chromoly, it's sure to turn heads wherever it goes. Catch all the details below.

Introducing The Full Moxie

What if the Moxie had a bit of bounce? It was a question we had been asked many times and it was one we had asked ourselves, but being the perfectionists we are, we didn't want to rush into anything too quickly.

We knew that Moxie hardtail was up for anything. Rave reviews from media and customers backed that up, so we were keen to know where we could land with The Full Moxie

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Single pivot simplicity

Right from the start, we knew we had to keep the clean, distinctive lines of the Moxie, but not sacrifice performance and reliability. With this in mind, a single-pivot suspension design was the best way forward. Not only are we able to tune the kinematic to suit, but also keep maintenance down to a minimum and as we all know, less spanner time means more ride time.

Our simple single-pivot suspension uses a shock yoke to wrap around the seat tube to produce 140mm+ of progressive travel. This allows us to use a full uninterrupted tube, perfect for long travel dropper posts. We also designed both sizes of The Full Moxie with the same short 420mm (centre to top) seat tube to maximise standover.

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Geometry with the Moxie stamp of approval

The Moxie is always praised for its balanced geometry, numbers that help pros, and average Joes in every aspect of trail riding, and The Full Moxie is no different.

2 lengths are available, Long with a reach of 470mm and Longer at 510mm. Each frame runs the same 64-degree head angle (based on a 160mm fork), 77.5-degree seat angle (effective) and 440mm chainstays.

Up, down, along or through, no matter how or where you ride, The Full Moxie promises, playful and predictable handling in all conditions.

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Custom 'The Full Moxie' Steel Tube Set

Chances are if you're reading this then you know that Moxie and steel go hand in hand, and that's our chosen material for The Full Moxie.

Working with our manufacturing partners, we have developed a custom 4130 tube set for The Full Moxie to ensure we don't need to run gussets or bracing to ensure strength and safety. We've run full industry testing and have passed with flying colours, even our team of test riders haven't run into any issues, no matter how hard they've tried.

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The Full Moxie X-Brace

When something works so well and looks so simple then you know it took a long time to design. That's The Full Moxie in a nutshell, but our X-Brace is perhaps the best example.

The X-Brace ties the rear end of The Full Moxie together. It ensures the frame is stiff and the suspension does the job it was designed to do. It might not look like much but it's those little details that really count.

Yes, it comes in Pink!

The Full Moxie is available in 3 vivid colours: our signature pink, an electric blue and a rust orange.

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The Full Moxie Features

  • Custom CrMo 4130 heat-treated tubing
  • Custom butting profiles for optimal strength
  • Asymmetric CS, CNC on driveside
  • CNC Yoke, Shock Mount & X-Brace, black anodised
  • 29er, 27.5 or ‘mullet’
  • 146.3mm (5.75") rear travel with 65mm stroke shock (140mm rear travel with 62.5mm stroke shock)
  • 1 set of bottle bosses
  • Metal head badge

Shut up and take my money!

  • £1,499.00 - frame (not including shock)
  • £1,749.00 - frame + DVO Topaz T3 Air
  • £2,249.00 - frame + DVO Topaz T3 Air + DVO Diamond Fork


Fabrication completed.

Available to pre-order from 12th April.

Arrives May/June 2020* (COVID-19 is creating some disruption for international shipments of goods).

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+1 Pete Roggeman
mike  - April 8, 2020, 9:03 a.m.

More info here than on their site LOL. Bike can be a 29er or a 27.5 . Site made it sound like a Mullet only deal. Where are the bottle mounts ??


+1 mike
Karl Fitzpatrick  - April 8, 2020, 4:08 p.m.

Underside of the down tube. Massive negative for me... not that I could afford it anyway haha


+2 Karl Fitzpatrick Andrew Major
mike  - April 8, 2020, 4:50 p.m.

Yup it,s so 2014 LOL. One wonders if you flip the shock. Piggyback down, looks like one would fit.


+2 mike Andrew Major
Karl Fitzpatrick  - April 8, 2020, 5:34 p.m.

Piggy back down and back to front? Maybe. 

Could put a problem solver bottle mount the underside of the  top tube at the very least.


Dan V  - April 8, 2020, 8:37 p.m.

Checked the site to find that their published price includes VAT. 1457 GBP is not bad compared to Privateer 161, which is 1399 GBP with a RS SuperDeluxe. I dunno, compared to a Canfield Balance/One for a US customer looking for better quality than Marino...


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