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The Heavy Duty Hard Drive.

When legendary mountain bike manufacturer Ibis returned to the scene in 2005, it came back with a vengeance. The rebirth of Ibis marked the birth of the Mojo carbon full suspension frame. The Mojo quickly became a top-shelf dream bike among those in the know. Few bikes have the chops to hang with the Mojo when it comes to long-travel XC duties. With the signing of gravity legend Brian Lopes, Ibis decided to design a frame with longer suspension and a more relaxed geometry for greater high-speed stability. While the Ibis Mojo HD bears a resemblance to its older brother, the Mojo, it's actually a ground-up redesign.

The Mojo HD shares more than just good looks with the Mojo SL. It also relies on the dw-link to soak up the bumps. The position of the linkages creates resistance in the suspension to the rearward transfer of mass and subsequent compression (squat) of the rear end as you stomp the pedals and accelerate. This anti-squat trait means that the dw-link rear suspension allows the use of a more lightly damped shock. Instead of heavy compression damping and a reliance on the ProPedal lever, the linkage creates the pedaling platform. So, even on a long travel bike like the Mojo HD, dw-link makes it pedal like it's a race bike. The more lightly damped shock means you'll experience the best bump sensitivity, traction, and control in all trail situations whether stomping out of a berm, coasting across off-camber roots, or churning through braking bumps.

The Mojo HD is built entirely from carbon fiber save for alloy inserts at the headtube, bottom bracket, and pivot locations. The monocoque construction assures that smooth transitions in the material occur at the tube junctions so that it is as strong, as stiff, and as light as possible. The stiff and light theme is carried through to the front of the frame where it has a 1-1/8-1.5in tapered head tube. The forged and CNC machined aluminum links are beefier than those found on the Mojo. The lower link received most of the attention and has new, bigger and wider bearings to handle the expected torture of the HD. The 160mm travel rear suspension (20mm more travel than the Mojo SL) relies on low leverage rates and a Fox Float RP23 CTD with Boost Valve air shock with Fox's ultra slick Kashima Coating for tuneability and performance on a variety of terrain. The air spring preload is easy to set and compression, rebound, and boost valve settings offer a wide range of adjustment to suit personal tastes. The Mojo HD has a 67 degree head angle that is optimized for a 160mm travel front fork, but if you find yourself on nasty trails more often than not, or prefer airtime over lunchtime, then a switch to a 180mm fork would result in a slackening of the head angle to an even more stable 66 degrees.

The Mojo HD uses a 12x142mm Maxle thru-axle. While it is not ISCG compatible, Ibis partnered with MRP to create a clever custom bottom bracket-mounted backing plate that also attaches to the fixed front pivot bolt for the lower link. Not to worry, it offers all the security and strength that you would expect to need for a single ring setup and aggressive riding. All of the cable and hose guides are removable for a cleaner look, including the guide for remote adjustable seatposts.

The Ibis Mojo HD comes in Small, Medium, Large, and X-Large and is available in Black, Vitamin P Green, and White.

Tech Specs

Frame Material:
carbon fiber
Pivot Type:
dw-link
Recommended Fork Travel:
160 - 180 mm
Rear Travel:
160 mm
Suspension:
full suspension
Rear Shock:
Fox Float RP23 CTD Boost Valve with Kashima coating
Rear Spacing:
142 mm
Head Tube Diameter:
1.125 - 1.5 in
Accessory Cable Stops:
seat dropper
ISCG Tabs:
no
Seatpost Diameter:
31.6 mm
Front Derailleur Mount:
34.9 mm
Bottom Bracket Width:
68 mm
Replaceable Rear Derailleur Hanger:
yes
Measured Effective Top-Tube Length:
[small] 22.2 in, [medium] 23.1 in, [large] 23.8 in, [x-large] 24.6 in
Recommended Use:
all-mountain, trail

Geometry chart

Ibis

Geometry Chart

 

Mojo HD
160mm Travel Fork
 A. Seat Tube
(c-t)
B. Effective Top TubeG. StandoverF. Head Tube LengthD. Head Tube AngleE. Seat Tube AngleC. Bottom Bracket HeightH. ChainstayWheelbase
S 15.0in 22.2in 28.1in 3.7in 67.0 deg 71.0 deg 13.8in 17.1in 43.0in
M 17.0in 23.1in 29.8in 4.1in 67.0 deg 71.0 deg 13.8in 17.1in 43.9in
L 19.0in 23.8in 29.9in 4.7in 67.0 deg 71.0 deg 13.8in 17.1in 44.6in
XL 21.0in 24.6in 30.3in 5.3in 67.0 deg 71.0 deg 13.8in 17.1in 45.8in
180mm Travel Fork
 A. Seat Tube
(c-t)
B. Effective Top TubeG. StandoverF. Head Tube LengthD. Head Tube AngleE. Seat Tube AngleC. Bottom Bracket HeightC. ChainstayWheelbase
S 15.0in 22.4in 28.4in 3.7in 66.0 deg 70.0 deg 13.9in 17.1in 43.3in
M 17.0in 23.2in 30.0in 4.1in 66.0 deg 70.0 deg 13.9in 17.1in 44.2in
L 19.0in 24.0in 30.1in 4.7in 66.0 deg 70.0 deg 13.9in 17.1in 45.0in
XL 21.0in 24.8in 30.5in 5.3in 66.0 deg 70.0 deg 13.9in 17.1in 45.8in

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