Personally, I’m a rider and the owner of Mozartt. From my passion for gravity-fueled bikes grew a strong love for progression. My own company was a “dream come true” and building it from scratch really helped me develop not only possibly the best chain guides out there that I ride on myself and tune in for my friends, but also made me the human I am today. Making it work in the biking world is no bread & butter if you want to keep the quality of the final product, to really be able to say “I made this”. This is the biggest reward – seeing your projects on bikes of some of the world’s best athletes and hearing that they love it. At this point, I am not able to match my desire to ride every day as a pro, but I am in close contact with all athletes I support so I know first hand if there is room for improvement – there always is!
My riders have been on the World Cup tracks or on the cliffs of Red Bull Rampage, they took notes and designed the Mozartt product line with me, year after year. We are not slowing down, and you won’t either with Mozartt on your bike.
Mozartt began life out of my personal search for a light and durable chain guide. Riding rocks and defying gravity is a tough task that requires not only superb skills on the part of the rider but also reliable equipment. My futile search for the perfect product led me to one conclusion – if you can’t buy it, make it. And that’s exactly how Mozartt was born – in a small workshop, by trial and error and fueled by passion. A meticulous design process and hours spent at a milling machine bore fruit.
Presto is the new kid on the block! It was developed as the successor of our popular model – Storm. The assumption of the project was to use the finest available technologies, to design one of the most reliable chain guides on the market. The project itself as well as the prototypes were made with a strong influence of our best team riders – Darren Berrecloth, Szymon Godziek and Vincent Tupin.
Mozartt HXR was created for those who likes to travel with a single chain ring crankset during their enduro or cross country journeys. You like tech talk? We use only the best quality of alloy – 7075 T651 type! We are milling the backplate of the chain guide from one block of our prestigious alloy to be sure we will produce the lightest and most durable pieces on the market.
Mozartt Meno was created for those who likes to travel with a narrow-wide chain ring. You like tech talk? Our carbon fibers are about 5-10 µm diameter and composed mostly of carbon atoms. For every tow, 3 000 of fibers are bundled together and woven into a fabric. For each chain guide, we use over 50 layers of fabric, which are filled with resin, heated and pressed to get maximum stiffness, high tensile strength and low weight.
Mozartt Meno was created for those who likes to travel with a narrow-wide chain ring. You like tech talk? We use only the best quality of alloy – 7075 T651 type! We are milling the backplate of the chain guide from one block of our prestigious alloy to be sure we will produce the lightest and most durable pieces on the market. It protects the chain ring from the impacts and rocks.The bash guard could be easy removed just with one tool in case on an emergency on the track.
After the narrow-wide revolution matched the clutch system shifters, there were rumors that the chainguide era is over. Innovations known by the worlds best racers were officially affordable to the „average Joes” who don’t need that extra safety during weekend rides, right? Well, after many post ride talks with the actual users of the new systems, we knew they are not enough.
The new Presto steel is a budget version of our top product – mozartt Presto. The chain guides uses the same guide plates technology, but the main difference is the backplate. Presto Steel due to its name is made out of high quality steel. The new Presto Steel is a younger brother of our top chain guide- Mozartt Presto. Both of them uses the same guide plates technology, but the main difference is the backplate’s material. Presto Steel as the name spoils is made out of the high quality steel. Perfect for those who prefers to save the money not grams.
The HXR Steel chain guide is a younger brother of HXR, which could be seen in several prestigious competitions like the Downhill World Championship and RedBull Rampage.
The HXR was supposed to be used in less demanding mountain-biking disciplines like enduro and cross-country. It turned out quickly, though, that thanks to its lightweight design, the drivetrain security it provides, and no additional rolling resistance it has become extremely popular among downhill biking teams.
Mozartt Forte is a chain guide, designed for the double chain ring drivetrain users. Due to its special construction it is compatible with the most of the frames and cranksets on the market. We really care about the pleasure of each ride so silence and strength were our priority. Forte uses a special construction pulley. The insert is made out of a rubber to make it as quiet as possible while the edges, are stiff, to keep the chain in the right place all the time. Pulley spins on the two double sealed bearings so you won’t need a replacement any time soon.
Mozartt Mono was created especially for the endure lovers, just like our friend – Andrea Bruno . To stay among the best, he needed a lightweight chain guide, that will keep the chain in the right place while spinning smooth on his XX1 drivetrain.