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May 19, 2019 at 18:56
May 19, 2019
Ambulance air.

Added 8 photos to HD3
Apr 25, 2018 at 20:50
Apr 25, 2018
Apr 25, 2018 at 20:41
Apr 25, 2018

Ibis Mojo HD3

$4200 CAD
Like new, impeccably maintained. Fork, pivots and dropper overhauled this winter, not used since. Fox 36 Kashima with TALAS adjustable travel. Cane Creek DBAir upgraded shock. Carbon rims, DT Swiss hubs, XT brakes, X01 shifters and 11-speed rear derailleur, MRP upper chainguide, Raceface Turbine cranks, Ibis carbon bars, Thompson stem, Lev dropper post, Ergo seat. Maxxis Minion dhf 2.3 tires are like new. One owner - middle aged engineer, had two kids since buying it for over $10k. Needless to say, not heavily used.

bolini mikelevy's article
Apr 14, 2016 at 21:00
Apr 14, 2016
6 New Wheelsets from Ibis - First Look
I have a 2015 mojo hd3 with the 742 carbon rims, and snapped my rear wheel after about 20 rides. Not impressed. Clipped a rock at a medium pace, not that hard, with 31psi in the tire, heard a huge bang. Walked home a long way. My local shop was great but ibis offered me a crash replacement cost of $480 for the hoop, plus the build of course. Brutal. Decided to try a new nobl carbon rim instead, as I have heard they are tougher, and certainly better value. I've been a long time ibis fan... But not anymore.
Added 8 photos to Phoenix
Feb 20, 2016 at 14:09
Feb 20, 2016
Feb 20, 2016 at 14:06
Feb 20, 2016

Pivot Phoenix DH Saint / Fox 40 / DeeMax Wheelset

$2450 CAD
Best DH bike I have ever ridden, but in the 3.5 years since I bought this bike I have had two more kids. Not ridden all that often, and I am middle aged, 'nuff said. In excellent shape, a little cable rub but that is it; still shiny and new looking. Serious buyers only please. Black frame, Fox DHXRC4 rear shock with 5 different weights of springs to choose from, rebuilt last year. Fork is a one-year old black Fox 40 RC2, rebuilt at the end of last year. Buttery smooth, no scuffs. Deemax wheelset - huge upgrade, like new. Maxxis Minions 2.5 DHF in excellent shape, set up tubeless. Saint shifter, saint derailleur, saint brakes, saint cranks/bb/cassette. Cromag Fubar OSX 780mm bar, new Cromag DH seat. Pro stem, seatpost. Race ready, dialled in, torsionally stiff, fast and smooth. Several sets of new factory stickers included.

Added 11 photos to Mojo-HD
Feb 1, 2015 at 13:24
Feb 1, 2015
Feb 1, 2015 at 13:11
Feb 1, 2015

Ibis Mojo HD Carbon Enduro Bike

$2750 CAD
Best bike I have ever ridden, but in the 4 years since I bought this bike I have had two more kids. Not ridden all that often, 'nuff said. In excellent shape, a little cable rub but that is it; still shiny and new looking. Serious buyers only please. Fox 36 180 Talas fork - adjustable travel from 180mm (rides like a DH bike) to 140mm (climbs like and XC bike) Fox RP23 Air rear shock - has boost valve to eliminate peddle bob but you don't need to use it since the Mojo linkage is magic Mavic CrossMax SX rims - light, stiff, running perfectly true, no wobbles, dings or flat spots X9 2x10 drivetrain Shimano XT brakes, Icetech rotors Shimano Saint cranks, BB Tubeless setup: Maxxis Minion DHF 2.35" front tire, Schalbe Hans Dampf 2.3" rear, both only with a handful of days on them Cromag OSX bar, brand new, Cromag stem Peaty grips -recently replaced Blackspire Dually chainguide RockShox Reverb hydraulic seatpost Chris King Headset

bolini w-e-w's article
Sep 30, 2011 at 7:11
Sep 30, 2011
Dirt, Vert, and Chai
Awesome. Great to hear you guys are having fun over there, sounds pretty epic. Looking forward to seeing more reports!
bolini RichardCunningham's article
Sep 13, 2011 at 8:07
Sep 13, 2011
Pivot Cycles Launches Carbon Mach 5.7 – Interbike 2011
I have a Phoenix, and I can tell you the build and finish quality is second to none; but the most important part is the design. DW knows how to properly engineer suspension on a multitude of levels, whereas most other brands just work based on feel and look. So Pivot have taken a great design (custom engineered for each of their models) and combined it with really strong, reliable bearings so that the bike feels and performs super tight , and stays that way. I have been through a lot of bikes (Santa Cruz, IH Sunday, Specialized, etc) and I think the Phoenix is the best overall build (with due credit to my Ibis Mojo HD) ; I expect that the rest of their line will perform as well.
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