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Fast. Very fast. Climbs much quicker than I would expect but I wish it would carve the corners just a bit better- like the Mach 6 or Nomad. All around techy trailbike? Absolutely. Full on gravity machine? If you're willing to work it. This bike definitely put Ibis in the class with the other superbikes such as the Nomad, SB6c, and Mach 6. Want to chat more and pick out exactly the right ride for you? Give me a call, I've tested everyone of them.

My number here is 801-736-6396 x 5630 or email adewitt@competitivecyclist.com

First (and second) Ride impressions

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Fast. Very fast. Climbs much quicker than I would expect but I wish it would carve the corners just a bit better- like the Mach 6 or Nomad. All around techy trailbike? Absolutely. Full on gravity machine? If you're willing to work it. This bike definitely put Ibis in the class with the other superbikes such as the Nomad, SB6c, and Mach 6. Want to chat more and pick out exactly the right ride for you? Give me a call, I've tested everyone of them.

My number here is 801-736-6396 x 5630 or email adewitt@competitivecyclist.com

First ride impressions

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5 5

Here's what the crank looks like inside the cap. CR 2032 batteries are easily replaceable. Two caps come in the package- one black, one red. Let me know if you have any questions or looking for the best price. My number here is 801-736-6396 x 5630 or email adewitt@competitivecyclist.com

The Insides

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Here's what the crank looks like inside the cap. CR 2032 batteries are easily replaceable. Two caps come in the package- one black, one red. Let me know if you have any questions or looking for the best price. My number here is 801-736-6396 x 5630 or email adewitt@competitivecyclist.com

The insides

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5 5

This is the 27.5 (650b) version of the famed Ibis Mojo HDR. Ibis kept the front triangle of the 26" HDR but redesigned the rear triangle, suspension link, and shortened the shock just a bit. At just over 5" of travel and 27.5" wheels, the bike will be killer for just about every trail condition. DW suspension on the Ibis's in slightly stiffer than most, resulting in a very efficient yet forgiving ride.

At $3499 for a Carbon XT full suspension bike, this deal can't be beat. Ibis is selling the frame for $2700 alone or $5500 with a very similar build.

We are building these up from stock parts so let me know if you want to check availability or make changes before ordering and I would be happy to help you out. Wheels, groupset, dropper post can all be changed/added before shipping.

If you have any questions feel free to reach out to me direct. My number here is 801-736-6396 x 5630 or email adewitt@competitivecyclist.com

Photo: I'm at the finish of BC Bike race with 5 of my happy Ibis customers!

Do everything 27.5"?

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5 5

I've been on the XO1 build for this bike a month now and absolutely LOVE it. As far as something that can just about do everything, this bike takes the cake. Maybe that's why they call it SuperBike (SB). The geometry is very well balanced yet aggressive enough for most anything you want to throw at it (within reason- its not a DH bike.) First ride I hit a 7 ft drop for the very first time and felt completely comfortable. I then lapped it another 10 times as a friend fixed the flat on his non super bike.

Let me know if you want to know more, have questions or want suggestions/help building up your very own Super Bike. My number here is 801-736-6396 x 5630 or email adewitt@competitivecyclist.com

Your next bike

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5 5

This spring I got a chance to take this bike for a spin in Demo Forest, Santa Cruz's back yard. WOW! If I had to describe this bike, I'd call it a cross country downhill bike. I've nicknamed it the unicorn bike because it shouldn't exist (and maybe the color). I spend a week in British Columbia racing BC bike race not too long ago and a rider on this bike passed me on both climbs and descents- I was racing in the top 10% (top 5% in Enduro category). I was on an XC race bike. This wouldn't be my top choice for racing uphill, but it does pedal better than anything else in its category. This will definitely be my next bike- along with a 29 hardtail for racing.

If you're familiar with the wallowing in the older Nomad's middle range or travel, that's completely gone. Top to bottom things are smoother and more supple while adding greatly increasing efficiency.

As the Brand Ambassador for Santa Cruz here at Competitive Cyclist , please feel free reach out to me directly if you have any questions or would like to place an order. My number here is 801-736-6396 x 5630 or email adewitt@competitivecyclist.com

Enduro Machine

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5 5

This spring I got a chance to take this bike for a spin in Demo Forest, Santa Cruz's back yard. WOW! If I had to describe this bike, I'd call it a cross country downhill bike. I've nicknamed it the unicorn bike because it shouldn't exist (and maybe the color). I spend a week in British Columbia racing BC bike race not too long ago and a rider on this bike passed me on both climbs and descents- I was racing in the top 10% (top 5% in Enduro category). I was on an XC race bike. This wouldn't be my top choice for racing uphill, but it does pedal better than anything else in its category. This will definitely be my next bike- along with a 29 hardtail for racing.

If you have any questions or would like to place an order feel free to reach out to me direct. My number here is 801-736-6396 x 5630 or email adewitt@competitivecyclist.com

An Enduro Machine!

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5 5

The Pivot 429c is absolutely my favorite bike Ive ever thrown a leg over. It's not for everyone as this bike likes to be ridden fast, but if you want a bike that happy anywhere on the mountain, this is it. I've owned everything from the Jet 9, Tallboy, Tallboy LT, and Superfly 100 and nothing descents like a 429 while still climbing like a goat. It's a smidge heavier than the Jet 9 or the tallboy, but stiffness and geometry make up for its slightly heavier build.

I raced BC Bike Race this summer had good results in XC and great results in the Enduro. After 7 days of the hardest trails on the planet, we couldnt help but head up the lifts for 2 days of park runs. Okay, maybe it wasnt made for park, but it still kept up with the big kids.

Bottom line: This bike like to ride hard and fast. If youre a casual rider with averages less than 10mph, the Tallboy might be your bike. If you want a rigid, lightweight racer, check out the Jet 9. If you want the most fun you can possibly throw a leg over, this is your bike.

***Setup Note: Pivot recommends 30% sag. This gives you a very playful ride but a bit sluggish in quick accelerations and steep climbs. I prefer to run mine between 20-25% and still use all 100mm of travel. It rides like a whole new bike.

This is a factory build from Pivot but Ive put together many custom builds on this bike and Id love to help with either route you choose. Please reach out to me if I can provide our best pricing quote, help with an order, or answer any other questions. My number here is 801-736-6396 x 5630 or email adewitt@competitivecyclist.com

Cheers, Adam D

Pivot for the win

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5 5

The Pivot 429c is absolutely my favorite bike I've ever thrown a leg over. It's not for everyone as this bike likes to be ridden fast, but if you want a bike that happy anywhere on the mountain, this is it. I've owned everything from the Jet 9, Tallboy, Tallboy LT, and Superfly 100 and nothing descents like a 429 while still climbing like a goat. It's a smidge heavier than the Jet 9 or the tallboy, but stiffness and geometry make up for its slightly heavier build.

I raced BC Bike Race this summer had good results in XC and great results in the Enduro. After 7 days of the hardest trails on the planet, we couldnt help but head up the lifts for 2 days of park runs. Okay, maybe it wasnt made for park, but it still kept up with the big kids.

Bottom line: This bike like to ride hard and fast. If youre a casual rider with averages less than 10mph, the Tallboy might be your bike. If you want a rigid, lightweight racer, check out the Jet 9. If you want the most fun you can possibly throw a leg over, this is your bike.

***Setup Note: Pivot recommends 30% sag. This gives you a very playful ride but a bit sluggish in quick accelerations and steep climbs. I prefer to run mine between 20-25% and still use all 100mm of travel. It rides like a whole new bike.

Ive put together many custom builds on this bike and Id love to help you out as well. Please reach out to me if I can provide our best pricing quote, help with an order, or answer any other questions. My number here is 801-736-6396 x 5630 or email adewitt@competitivecyclist.com

Cheers, Adam D.

Pivot for the Win

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