We showed you a prototype of Ibis’s new carbon Mojo HD last year and previewed the production bike earlier this month, and now it’s finally reached UK shores.
It’s basically a longer-travel version of the standard Mojo that’s been developed with help from four-cross star Brian Lopes, with 160mm of rear suspension courtesy of a dw-link rear end.
Other features include a tapered head tube, Maxle rear axle, magnesium left dropout and carbon right dropout, easy to service pivots and bearings, and routing for a CrankBrothers Joplin seatpost. Claimed frame weight is 6.3lb/2.86kg (including shock).
It’s available in the UK as a frameset with Fox RP23 shock for £2,099.99 or in various complete bike builds, starting at £2,355. The version shown here with CrankBros Iodine wheels would set you back £2,784.99.
The spec includes a Fox Talas 36 RC2 fork, Ibis/Stan’s Flow wheels, Formula The One brakes and Shimano XT shifting kit. For more details, visit www.2pure.co.uk or www.ibiscycles.com.
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