Added 2 photos to Mojo-HD
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Sep 29, 2015 at 16:14Sep 29, 2015
I know I listed "Local pickup only," but I'm willing to ship within the country at no extra charge if you put some faith in me and pay up front. Custom build. Frame: Carbon Ibis Mojo HD 160mm travel, Vitamin P Green (really bright yellow), 142x12mm Maxle, post mounts Fork: Fox Float 36 RC2, 160mm travel, tapered, 20mm thru axle Shock: Fox Float CTD3 Kashima Dropper post: Rockshox Reverb (remote mounted under the bar where the front shifter would be) Handle bars: Easton Havoc Carbon DH (uncut) Stem: Thomson Elite X4 50mm, 31.8 Headset: Cane Creek Rear Derailleur: Shimano Zee 10 speed (short cage) with clutch Shifter: Shimano XTR 10 speed Cranks: ethirteen TRSr 175 length, 34t direct mount chainring Chain guide: ethirteen TRS high direct mount top only (i will also include the guide that ethirteen made specifically for this bike) Chain: Shimano XT Brakes: Shimano XT BR-M785 with finned pads Brake rotors: Shimano Icetech XT 180mm front, 160 rear (6 bolt) Wheels: ethirteen TRSr front, ethirteen TRS rear Tires: Michelin Wild Rock'R 2 GumX front and rear Grips: ODI AG-1 lock on The bike is solid and in great shape. I took really good care of the suspension and serviced it every 6 months. notes: the hose on the dropper post has a worn spot, but it works fine with zero problems. fork had small scratch on left stanchion that has been polished smooth. frame has scratches from normal wear and tear comes with bottle of factory touch up paint pedals, bell, bottle cage, and saddle bag not included text for additional photos or questions http://www.ibiscycles.com/bikes/past_models/mojo_hd/
victordeltalima rasoulution's article
Dec 19, 2012 at 14:54Dec 19, 2012
New MacAskill Signature Products From Lezyne
$25 doesn't seem like that much for a multi tool. Just my 2 cents.
victordeltalima RichardCunningham's article
Jul 2, 2011 at 18:04Jul 2, 2011
Shimano's Refocused 2012 Deore XT Group Review
The spoke nipples are described as "double-threaded," but if they are anything like the nipples on the XT wheels I have, then that might be incorrect. My XT nipples thread into the rim, but not on the spokes. The spokes are threaded on the hub end. Any word on that?
victordeltalima mkem's video
Mar 2, 2011 at 0:43Mar 2, 2011