The all new Ibis Cycles Mojo 3 NOW IN STOCK at the U.K’s number 1 Ibis stockist and demo centre.
The Ibis Mojo 3 is now available in store and online from Blazing Bikes, the first 10 orders will receive a FREE Rockshox Reverb stealth seat post.
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The all new Ibis Mojo 3 is a 130mm travel 27.5″ trail bike that can also run 27.5+ wheels, The Mojo 3 has a totally revised front and rear end but still using the fantastic DW Link suspension platform. The frame has been optimized around a 140mm fork, giving the Mojo 3 a great 66.8 degree head angle, this put the Mojo 3 firmly in the U.K trail bike category.
Ibis Mojo 3 Geometry:
Overview- Ibis Cycles Mojo 3:
You could call it the baby brother to the Mojo HD3 or the successor to the Mojo SL/SL-R. Either way, it’s a good thing, and maybe it’s our most versatile trailbike ever.
You can run 2.3, 2.5 or 2.8 Plus tires on the Mojo 3, all with the same wheelset and without compromise.
The Mojo 3 shares a lot of DNA with the HD3. Where the HD3 is a big and burly, the Mojo 3 is light, taut and energetic. The latest generation of the dw-link gives the bike its amazing climbing and descending abilities.
Low, long and slack best describes the geometry, with the added bonus of extremely short chainstays. Notably, it’s not so slack that only a few World Cup Downhill pros can use it to its full capacity. The bike is nimble yet massively capable.
The Mojo 3 also features a Boost swingarm, which yields stiffer wheels and a stiffer frame. A highly evolved carbon layup makes the frame as stiff as an HD3 at just under 5.5 lbs (with shock, size medium). Boost also allowed us to fit 2.8” tires in 425mm chainstays and if you like, you can run a 2X front derailleur.
If I could do a blind test of the Mojo 3, I’m pretty confident that I’d still be able to tell you that it’s an Ibis through and through. Sure, there are machines of similar travel that have more DH attitude, but the Mojo’s nimbleness raises the fun factor to 11 on all but the scariest terrain, and a lot of riders don’t even have access to those sorts of trails. And rather than hindering the bike’s agility, the plus-sized compatibility only opens up more options when talking about both tire choices and line choices on the trail. – Mike Levy
As you can probably tell, I had an absolute blast riding the Mojo 3.
It’s a terrific handling bike that packs big-bike geometry into a lighter, snappier and more responsive package that suits a wide variety of trail conditions. It’s a comfortable and intuitive bike to ride, and I’d hazard a guess that the Mojo 3’s broad appeal will see it’s sales eclipse that of the popular HD3.
With adaptability in its wheelsize, the Mojo 3 will happily shift its personality depending on what you want it to do. And best of all, those ride characteristics are only one tyre change away.
In their press release for the new bike, Ibis suggest that the Mojo 3 “may be our most versatile trail bike ever”. I’m sure there’ll be riders out there who disagree with that opinion, but whichever way you look at it, there’s no denying that the new Mojo 3 is a stunning interpretation of the modern all-round trail bike. – Wil Barrett
For further info or to pre-order please call 01694 781515 or email email@example.com. A demo bike will be available to try from early March.