Ibis Mojo HD3 X01 Eagle Bike
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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 is the latest addition to the Mojo HD legacy - the goal being to create a bike that inspires confidence on hairy downhill sections without feeling too sluggish everywhere else. It features the same carbon lay-up process as seen on the Ripley and HDR as well as 6"" of rear travel via the DW-Link suspension platform, giving the HD3 excellent climbing prowess while remaining light, stable and in controlled on the descents. 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. Your Ibis Mojo HD3 X01 Eagle will arrive at your doorstep with some of the best componentry SRAM has to offer. A SRAM XO1 Eagle 1x12 drivetrain give you the freedom and range to take on any terrain. The Drivetrain is complimented by a set of SRAM Guide RSC hydraulic brakes, an Ibis carbon bar, Thompson stem and a KS LEV Integra dropper post topped with a custom Ibis saddle. The 34mm wide Ibis 738 wheels are wrapped in Maxxis 2.5"" Minions. Features FOX Float RC2 160mm fork with a 110mm axle and tapered steer tube provides an incredibly stiff front end with increased handling characteristics. Fox Factory FLOAT DPS rear shock provides the rear end compliance and traction. SRAM X01 Eagle 1x12 drivetrain delivers the best in performance, reliability and value. Ibis 738 Very Wide Aluminum Asymmetric Wheelset with a 34mm inner width , has can support the higher volume rubber found on today's market. Boost 148 rear axle spacing allow the tire clearance, keeps chainstays short and stiffenes things up for higher performance and ride feel. SPECIFICATIONS Frame Ibis Mojo HD3, Carbon fiber monocoque frame and swingarm150mm travel, Boost 148mm Fork Fox Float 36 RC2 160mm, 27.5"", 15QR BOOST Rear Shock Fox Factory FLOAT DPS 3pos w/Adj and EVOL Sleeve with Kashima Coat, 7.875"" x 2.25"" Headset Cane Creek 40: ZS44/ZS56 Shifters SRAM Eagle XO1 12 Speed Front Derailleur - Rear Derailleur SRAM Eagle XO1 12 Speed Crankset SRAM Eagle XO1 Carbon 32T Direct Mount. Length: 175mm Bottom Bracket SRAM Pedals - Chain SRAM X01 EAGLE Powerlock 12 speed chain Cassette SRAM Eagle X01 12 Speed Cassette 10-50 Brakes Sram Guide RSC with Centerline 180/160 Rotors Wheelset Ibis 738 Very Wide Aluminum Asymmetric Wheelset, 27.5"", Ibis Hubs, Boost, 34mm Inner Width Tires Schwalbe 27.5 x 2.8 Nobby Nic Handlebar Ibis carbon handlebarWidth: 760mm Stem Thompson Grips Lizard Skins Logo Seatpost KS LEV Integra, with KGP remote Seatclamp Bolt-on type Saddle Ibis custom saddle, CrMo rails Intended Use Trail Weight 29 lbs (med) Note: Components are subject to change without notice. GEOMETRY (mm / inch) Size Small Medium Large Extra-Large A: Seat Tube Length 368 14.5 419 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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