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Jan 24, 2018 at 20:46
Jan 24, 2018

OG Ibis Mojo HD - Size Large

$1800 USD
She doesn't have boost spacing, she doesn't have 650B wheels, and she doesn't have a press-fit BB (thankfully), but she's got it where it counts and still rips! I've had a blast on this bike, but it's time to let her go because I finally upgraded to the HD4 just before Christmas, and there's no point in having two of the same bike. The bike is in good shape and rides well, it pedals great up and it loves hauling ass downhill. I've ridden it all over BC, California and Utah, and it's been fun on everything. I've kept it feeling fairly up to date by converting it to tubeless and 1x10. The frame has a few nicks and scratches in the paint but it's all cosmetic, it hasn't suffered any serious damage. I have a few extras parts I'll throw in as well like some spare brake pads, a bleed kit for the formulas and a spare derailleur hanger. Ibis are also pretty great about supporting their older bikes, so you can still find spares like derailleur hangers, replacement links and even a conversion parts for 27.5" wheels on their site http://store.ibiscycles.com/parts-c3.aspx. Here's the specs, if there's something I've missed feel free to ask: Fork: Fox 36 Float 160 RLC Kashima (new stanchions in 2015) Shock: Fox RP23 Brakes: Formula RX (rear break was completely replaced last year) Seatpost: KS Lev Bars: Chromag Fubar OSX - Rear Wheel: Stans ZTR Flow EX laced to Hope Pro 2 Evo 40tooth (hub was rebuilt and all the bearings replaced just a couple rides ago) Front Wheel: Mavic 721 laced to Hope Pro 2, 20mm Rear Tire: Maxxis High Roller 2.3, tubeless Front Tire: Maxxis Minion DHF 2.3, tubeless Front Derailleur: Removed, but I actually still have it if for some reason you wanted to convert back to 3x10 Rear Derailleur: Sram GX (basically new, I replaced it in the fall and it's only got a couple rides on it) Cassette: Shimano XT 11-42 (big ring is a Wolftooth) Chainring: eThirteen Narrow-Wide 32 tooth Cranks: Sram X9 Seat: Charge Spoon Here's Ibis's original page about the bike too if you wanna know more: https://www.ibiscycles.com/bikes/past_models/mojo_hd/

Nov 9, 2016 at 7:49
Nov 9, 2016
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May 19, 2011 at 9:34
May 19, 2011

Ibis Mojo Large - Like New! REDUCED PRICE

$2900 CAD
I'm selling my 2010 Ibis Mojo carbon which has seen less than 3 months of riding (maybe 25 rides total) and is in prime condition! Don't let the light weight and sexy curves fool you - the Mojo can ride hard! The frame has140mm of DW-link suspension which has a solid pedaling platform to get your ass up the hill and a supple, plush feel on the way down. The Mojo is one of the best-reviewed bikes out there and is an excellent all-round ripper! I bought the bike in August of last year and rode it until the end of the season in October. It's an amazing bike and the only reason I'm selling it is that over the winter I splurged and bought a Mojo HD, so I can't see a reason to keep both bikes. The bike frame is in immaculate condition, because before it hit the dirt I spent a couple days completely covering it with 3M Paint Protector Film, so there are almost no scratches on the frame. I've left the film on the bike so you can keep it looking great for a long time. The shock links are all the latest versions - lopes link upper and the 2010 lower link which is 7% stiffer than the previous version. The full build is below - some parts are completely new: Specs: Frame: Mojo Large - Glossy Carbon (Ibis don't make this color anymore as of 2011; you can only get Matte Carbon now!) Fork: 150mm 2010 Fox Float RLC with FIT Damper and 15Qr axle for improved stiffness Shock: 2010 Fox Float RP23 with Boostvalve Brakes: Formula Oro 8" front, 6" rear (awesome brakes!). Both brakes have brand-new pads and are freshly bled. Rear wheel: Stock ibis rim & hub Front wheel: Brand new Mavic 4.2D rim, built on the stock ibis hub (my season ended with a taco'd wheel) Tires: Kenda El-moco 2.1 Drivetrain: Shimano SLX Dynasis (3x10 speed) Seat: Brand new WTB Rocket V Stem: Ibis Forged Bars: Ibis - I found the stock bars a little narrow. If you're interested, I have a new, wider Sunline 711 Vone instead Grips: New lizard skin lock-ons

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