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The trend in trail bikes of late seems to be slacker, longer, lower, and deeper, which is nice on really chunky lines but often strings you out on sustained climbs, leaving you beholden to the lift or shuttle to get back up. Ibis' Mojo HD3 SLX Complete Mountain Bike represents a balance between climbing and descending, acknowledging that while the descents are still the point, climbing to earn them can be almost as enjoyable. We're celebrating the Mojo HD3's real-world versatility with an equally versatile build kit: Shimano's SLX drivetrain and a Pike fork, RockShox's venerable trail killer.
The Mojo HD3 owes its climbing prowess to its DW-Link suspension platform, which isolates rear wheel movement from pedaling and braking forces. It produces a plush and linear suspension motion that feels like an even bigger bike, yet pedals on flats and climbs with the attitude of an XC machine. The 66.6-degree angle of the tapered head tube takes advantage of DW-Link's solidity and the chassis' stability to hit a steeper angle than most six-inch bikes. That means the Mojo HD3 digs into climbs with an aggressive front end that doesn't leave you hanging when you're dropping in for the descent.
The bike's spine is built on stout, 16.9in chainstays and a low, 13.5in-high bottom bracket, which team with the aforementioned geometry for an uncommonly agile enduro sled that gets up and goes when the trail turns skyward or drops in fast when things point down, defying the categorizations that limit so many other bikes. As an added bonus, the shock tune and suspension keep the bottom bracket height at the sag point the same, no matter what size tire you choose to run.
And speaking of bottom brackets, the Mojo HD3's is blissfully, wonderfully, sweetly threaded. That's a rare design choice these days, but it's one that we're fully on board with for its ability to reduce creaks and pops. The frame boasts clean internal cable routing and stealth routing for a dropper post of your choice. Ibis stands by threaded bottom brackets with the Mojo, a move that mercifully dismisses any proprietary press-fit systems in favor of a rock-solid standard that will last for ages. Dual-row angular contact bearings on the drive-side of the linkage require zero preload adjustment and dramatically reduce play compared to standard, sealed bearings, further bolstering the bike's lateral solidity and your own sense of control.
- An enduro bike that's rowdy on climbs and descents
- 6-inches of responsive DW-Link suspension
- Long, slack geometry tackles bigger lines
- Carbon construction reduces weight and increases stiffness
- Removable derailleur mouint lets you choose gearing
- Boost rear hub stiffens wheelsets
- Compatible with tires ranging up to 2.8in
- Built with Shimano's beat-'em-up SLX drivetrain
- Item #IBS004A
- Q & A
I found a playful enduro bike!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Like the title says, this bike is amazingly playful and fun for how much travel it has and how capable it is on the downhills. I had a chance to demo this bike a couple times and while I didn't end up owning it, I came away with several impressions I wanted to leave here.
Back to what I was saying about the playfulness. Enduro bikes are getting longer, slacker, raked out, lower bottom brackets, etc. This bike is still slack (66.6 degree head angle) but the short 16.9 inch chainstay combined with the shorter wheelbase (46 inches in a large) gives the bike a surprisingly playful character that makes it feel like a shorter travel, more nimble bike. Steer it into a rock garden, and you need to be a bit more choosy about the line you pick, but if you do, it rewards you with knife edge precision and maneuverability.
It also climbs surprisingly well for how capable it is downhill. The DW link suspension uses chain tension to hold the suspension in place and keep it from moving while climbing, and I can say I never felt like I needed to switch the rear shock over into climb mode, it just works great in the middle trail mode.
Overall, this is a fantastic bike I would recommend to anyone looking for a playful bike that rocks the downhills. Our custom build here is great because we can change out any parts you would like, so if you want a different wheelset, or you have tires you really like, I would be happy to help! Reach out to me directly at email@example.com or 801.736.6396 x2344.
what shock is it exactly?
Thank you for your question. Ibis is has spec'd the following Fox model- Float Performance Series, DPS with EVOL, 7.875 x 2.00. I would be happy to assist you place an order or answer any other questions you may have about this bike or other products.