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Ibis Mojo HD4 is do it all trail bike with a progressive geometry that affords the rider absolute confidence on steep terrain
As bikes have become faster and more capable, the notions we held of what was ‘normal’ frame geometry have been blown out of the water and new trends have emerged. Folks seeking greater stability through longer front ends and shorter stems were buying a size up from what we expected. With the HD4 we’ve done that for you by increasing the reach by the equivalent of one size, but without the penalty of an overly long head tube or seat tube. The longer reach combined with a slacker head angle stretched out the wheelbase, and delivers confidence inspiring stability in the roughest and steepest terrain.
Droppers are a must.
No one thought they needed a dropper seatpost until they tried a dropper seat post, and no one needed a longer dropper seatpost until they tried a longer one, but you can’t enjoy the benefit of that extra drop if the seat tube is in the way. So we shaved 50mm off the top of each seat tube to give you room to roam. Now there’s enough room for shorter riders to run a 150mm dropper on the small sized frame, or a 170mm dropper for everyone on all of the other sizes, and still get your correct saddle height.
The DW Link
Since the beginning of Ibis 2.0 we’ve partnered with suspension guru Dave Weagle to utilize his dw-link suspension technology to deliver an unparalleled combination of pedaling and bump performance, but dw-link is not a static design. Over the more than 13 years that we’ve worked together, his designs and our objectives have evolved. For the HD4 we utilize the 5th generation dw-link suspension system to maintain the pedaling performance that Ibis bikes have always been known for, but with more progression in the shock leverage curve, allowing for more big-hit capability in very rough terrain.
With 6.25”(160mm) of travel up front and 6”(153mm) in the rear the HD4 delivers more than enough cush to handle the roughest tracks. In fact, the suspension is designed to stay high in its travel delivering a proportional response to small and mid-sized bumps, and only diving deep into the shock stroke on the biggest hits. Consequently, that 6” manages the terrain better than other longer travel designs that tend to wallow in their mid-stroke.
Standard build below, we are able to upgrade any or all of the components, it's your call. We are serious when we say "the exact bike you want" contact us to get yours started firstname.lastname@example.org
|Fork||Fox Float 36 Performance Series 160mm, 27.5”, 15QR|
|Shock||Fox Float Performance Series DPX2 7.875 x 2.25|
|Wheels||Ibis 738 Alloy, Ibis Hubs|
|Tires||Maxxis 27.5 x 2.6 Minion DHF WT|
|Brakes||SRAM Level with 180 rotors|
|Crankset||SRAM NX Eagle, DUB spindle, 30t Steel Ring|
|Rear Derailleur||SRAM NX 12 Speed|
|Shift Levers||SRAM NX 12 Speed|
|Cassette||SRAM PG 1230 11-50T|
|Chain||SRAM Eagle NX with Power Lock, 12 speed|
|Headset||Cane Creek 40 ZS44/ZS56|
|Grips||Lizard Skins Charger Evo|
|Handlebars||Ibis 780mm Alloy|
|Stem||Ibis 31.8mm (50, 60, 70, 80, 90mm)|
|Seatpost||KS LEV-Si Dropper (100mm, 125mm, 150mm options) / 175mm KS Integra for $80 upcharge|
|Saddle||WTB Silverado 142|