Ibis Mojo HD3 Frame 2016
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$ (' (id=prSize selector) ') .find ('div:first-child') .append (' View Geometry Chart ') ;$ (function () ( $ ('.size-chart') .fancybox ( ( type: 'ajax', width: 550, height: 400, helpers: ( overlay: ( locked: false ) ) ) ) ; ) ) ; The Ibis Mojo HD3 Boost is the latest addition to the Mojo HD legacy and is now boost and plus compatible - the goal being to create a bike that inspires confidence on hairy downhill sections without feeling too sluggish everywhere else. This almost-enduro-specific shred sled features 6"" of rear suspension travel and a refined suspension platform, giving the HD3 excellent climbing prowess while remaining stable and controlled on descents. Frame and suspension redesigns have created some neat new frame features such as allowing 6"" of travel using the DW-Link suspension platform, addition of the boost rear spacing increases frame stiffness and tire clearance. Other exciting features of the Ibis Mojo HD3 would include a threaded bottom bracket, versatile internal cable routing, and finally being able to store a water bottle inside your front triangle. The Ibis Mojo HD3 Boost uses the same carbon lay-up process as seen on the Ripley and HDR - a process that allows the carbon lay-up to be done in one piece, with no joint or seams, creating an overall lighter and stronger frame. The DW-Link was then refined to allow 6"" of rear suspension travel as well as completely decoupling pedaling performance from suspension travel. This allows for the best of the both worlds - a bike nimble enough to climb like a billy goat yet capable of bombing the backside of the hill like a RedBull Rampage maniac. The Mojo HD3 features modern trail geometry, meaning it's longer, lower, and slacker than previous HD models. Top tubes across all the sizes of the HD3 have increased 20mm compared to previous HD models, in favor of the short-stem wide-bar standard seem on other bikes of its class. Another new feature seen on the Mojo HD3 is the use of a ZS56 lower cup, which lets the headset fit completely within the frame. This allows engineers to lower the headtube which creates a larger gap between the top tube and down tube, which further increases front-end stiffness. Features 27.5 and 27.5 Plus tire compatibility up to 2.8 inch wide Boost 148 rear axle spacing DW-link version 5 1X or 2X with a removable direct mount front derailleur mount that gives a clean 1X look SPECIFICATIONS Frame Ibis Mojo HD3 Boost, Carbon fiber monocoque frame and swingarm150mm travel, Boost 148mm Wheel Size 27.5 / 27.5 + Fork Designed for 160mm travel forks Rear Shock Fox Factory FLOAT DPS 3pos w/Adj and EVOL Sleeve with Kashima Coat, 7.875"" x 2.25"" Headset Included No, Compatible with ZS 44 / ZS 56 Headtube Diameter Tapered Inset headtube 44mm - 56mm Front Derailleur Removable direct mount front derailleur mount Bottom Bracket 68 mm BSA threaded Seatpost 31.6mm Seat Clamp Ibis Dropout Style 148mm x 12mm Accessory Mounts Water Bottle Cage mounts, x1 Cable routing Internal cable routing including internal dropper routing Intended Use Trail Weight tbd GEOMETRY (mm / inch) *w/160mm fork, 552mm a-c Size Small Medium Large Extra-Large A: Seat Tube Length 36814.5 419 16.5 47018.5 52120.5 B: Effective Top Tube 580 22.83 600 23.62 620 24.41 640 25.20 C: Stack 58022.8 59923.6 61024.0 624 24.6 D: Reach 411 16.2 414 16.3 431 17.0 44617.6 E: BB Height 344 13.5 344 13.5 344 13.5 344 13.5 F: BB Drop - - - - G: Head Tube Length 85 3.35 105 4.13 117 4.61 132 5.20 H: Head Tube Angle 66.6Adeg 66.6Adeg 66.6Adeg 66.6Adeg I: Seat Tube Angle 73.6Adeg 72.6Adeg 72.6Adeg 72.6Adeg J: Standover Height 707 27.8 73128.8 735 29.0 762 30.0 K: Chainstay Length 43016.9 43016.9 43016.9 43016.9 L: Wheelbase 113544.7 114645.0 116846.0 118946.8 5'0""-5'5"" 163-175cm5'4""-5'9"" 175-188cm 5'9""-6'2"" 183-198cm 6'0""-6'6""... Read More



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