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IbisMojoHD4 Carbon Mountain Bike Frame
Item # IBS0048
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Note: Actual inseam is not the same as pant inseam.
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June 30, 2020
Outstanding in every way
- I've put it through the wringer
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 6` 2"
- 180 lbs
Built up a black HD4 with SRAM GX Eagle drivetrain, Fox 36 Performance fork, PNW Ranier post (170), and Ibis/I9 Torch wheels. Sort of the best of 2018, purchased in 2020, which made for a surprisingly affordable package. I love this frame. The suspension-linkage is supple enough to take the big hits, but it climbs surprisingly well, in or out of the saddle. The ride is super stable, but also super responsive, and has great clearance under the bottom bracket on real trail features. I'm able to get up and over features I could never climb on bikes I've ridden previously. Frame also has really nice touches - the cable routing and the configurable ports are very nicely engineered - it's a beautifully designed and constructed frame. Support information on the Ibis Cycles site is excellent, and for the one or two questions that I couldn't find answers to, response from Ibis was fast and informative.
December 28, 2018
At 5' 10.5" with a 32" inseam, you guys recommend a medium in this frame, yet Ibis web site recommends a large. Why the difference?
January 2, 2019
Hey Bryan, At that height. I would put you on a large. I would fit you best. I send you an email explaining more.
March 19, 2018
Incredible Long Travel Trail Machine
- I've used it several times
I built this thing up because I wanted a bike that would pedal well, but primarily that would feel at home on rough trails/jumps/etc. The DW link suspension on this thing makes it a great climber for what it is, the the suspension and geometry are both absolutely perfect for what I was looking for. Overall a very big/slack feel to it that is super stable, but not quite as extreme as bikes like the Nomad and Firebird. On flatter/smoother trails it's certainly overkill, but still feels quick and fun enough. If you want a do it all trail bike, with a bias towards the downhill, definitely give this bike a serious look. The one drawback that loses a star is the bottle fit is TIGHT. I got a sideloader bottle, modified it to slide farther down, and I can barely fit a 22oz bottle with the X2 shock. It actually still looks like it will hit when the shock compresses... but I've ridden it a handful of times now and it seems to be working. To their credit, Ibis gives you a bottle mount option on the underside of the downtube as well. So you've got options. Also, the black color looks incredible. It has orange graphics, which I assume they did so they match the fox suspension without requiring custom decals. What's cool is that the frame is actually a mix of matte and gloss finish, which I hadn't realized online. Looks rad and gives it a bit more personality than just a plain black.