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SirShmoopy pinkbikeaudience's article
Nov 17, 2014 at 8:03Nov 17, 2014
Video: Ken Block's Urban Shuttle Car
No tires were harmed in the making of this video. ...Just kidding, we roasted all of them!
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Nov 10, 2014 at 21:42Nov 10, 2014
Nov 10, 2014 at 21:41Nov 10, 2014
Bought these directly from Ibis for my Mojo HD. Technically they are from two different wheel sets but they're really similar and basically matching wheels. Front hub is a Novatech hub branded as Ibis and the rear is a Speed Tune hub. Front hub comes with adapters to run 15mm or 20mm. Loved the Stans rims, best value rims on the market right now in my opinion. Front wheel is in great shape, but the rear wheel has a flat spot in it. Can't feel it when riding but you can see it in the truing stand. Still seats tubeless no problem. Never broken any spokes and always would periodically make sure everything's nice and tight. Tires come with the wheels and are currently tubeless. 2.2 Specialized Purgatory's with Grid sidewall which are awesome tires. The Grid sidewall is pretty thick, which make these pretty heavy tires but i have NEVER gotten a flat tire since i got these tires. Carbon wheels are cool and all but if you're looking for a solid, reasonably light weight, fast rolling wheel set that won't empty your wallet, these are the wheels for you. And they come with tires! Hey, what a deal!
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Nov 10, 2014 at 21:13Nov 10, 2014
Nov 10, 2014 at 21:12Nov 10, 2014
Title says it all pretty much. Always kept up with service intervals and made sure to take care of the fork. Did seals and oil about 2 or 3 months ago and properly bled the FIT damper 6 months ago. I really am not a fan of CTD forks, so i bought this fork used with the RLC damper and have been loving it since. Not Kashima but pretty damn smooth, one little nick on the Talas side of the fork that doesn't affect anything. Tapered steer tube is 7 1/4" long. 15mm axle. Thanks for looking!
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Nov 10, 2014 at 20:51Nov 10, 2014
Nov 10, 2014 at 20:48Nov 10, 2014
Sickest 26" bike out there! Rode this bike for a little over a year and loved it. Selling because i'm going to be buying a Ripley. Way stiffer than any other model of Mojo, pedals amazingly well, and can be setup in a bunch of different ways to suite your riding style. Bike has normal wear but nothing major. Biggest mark can be seen in the last picture posted. Just chipped paint maybe about 1/8th inch big from dropping a screwdriver on while working on the bike... Doh!... All the pivots have been completely cleaned out and re-greased. Shock has been completely cleaned out and had new shock oil put in it about 2 months ago, seals are still in good shape. Rear swing arm was also replaced by warranty 2 or 3 months ago. Two of the bearings in the lower link have just been replaced, but the other two are getting a little rough, bearings in top linkage are still cherry. Bike is currently setup for 140mm of travel, but with a longer shock you can set it up as 160mm. I have the shock mounts for both setups and will include them with the frame. Lately, i have been running the shock mounts for 160mm, but with the shock for 140mm, which slackens the head tube and lowers the bottom bracket. This makes the bike snappier and more playful. Cane Creek headset is ready for any 1.5" to 1 1/8" tapered head tube. This is the latest version of the HD before they released the HDR, so this one has a 142x12 rear axle as well as a direct mount front derailleur mount. If your looking to stay true to 26" in a world of 27.5 and 29ers, this is your bike... But if you change you mind, Ibis offers a retrofit swing arm so you can ride 27.5". I found it amazing how i could go ride this bike for a weekend at Mammoth, ride all the trails, and then go race Downieville XC on almost the same setup. DW link pedals ridiculously well, leave the shock in full open and go pedal everywhere you want. The bike really shines on the descents though. I rode the bike for most of the time with a 150mm Fox 32, which was a really good all around fork for the bike. Ive seen people ride the HD's with 140mm forks but i wouldn't ride it with anything less than 150. I also rode it for a short time with a X fusion 170mm which made the bike really fun but it was a bit much for my riding style. You can run up to a 180mm fork. Personally i think this bike rides better with a longer fork and a more aggressive setup. Any other details about the bike can be found here: http://www.ibiscycles.com/bikes/past_models/mojo_hd_140/
SirShmoopy MammothMountain's article
Jul 17, 2014 at 19:35Jul 17, 2014
Cam Zink to Attempt World-Record Back Flip at Mammoth Mountain
Saw the jump built at Mammoth last week and it's F'in HUGE. No clue what they were going to be doing with it, but it all makes sense now!
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Jun 23, 2014 at 8:12Jun 23, 2014
Jun 23, 2014 at 8:11Jun 23, 2014
White Specialized Phenom Expert saddle with Ti rails. This seat was a bit wide for my liking, so i'm going back to my old seat. Really good condition, the white seat cover is just a bit dirty.
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