Ibis Mojo SL
Eddy Orange Medium
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The Mojo SL is a super lightweight, efficient pedaling, strong and versatile trail bike. Its strength and longevity proved the skeptics wrong. Its affordable price made competitors cringe. Its long travel and light weight blurred the line between an All Mountain bike and a Cross Country bike. Its beauty made the ladies and metrosexual men swoon (OK, maybe not). Its dw-link suspension made terrain disappear. That's all fine and dandy, but how the bike rides is what makes the bike so popular.

The Mojo Carbon first debuted in 2005 and started a revolution. When it was introduced it was the first carbon fiber monocoque All Mountain bike. Although it uses the same molds, we've refined the Mojo a bit, taken some weight out of it, added Titanium and more carbon, and now call it the Mojo SL.

To find out how the bike rides, we encourage you to read a few of the reviews we received over the years.

Features of the Mojo SL

  • 5.2-5.3 pound (2400g) frame/swingarm/rear shock (medium size, matte clear. Paint adds ~70g, .15 lb)
  • Fox's Adaptive Logic Kashima RP23 standard equipment as of June 2011
  • Lopes Link pre-installed, newest rev of lower link provides enhanced stiffness
  • High modulus and high strength with our latest enhanced layup
  • 6-4 Ti fasteners and shock pin
  • Carbon monocoque frame and swing arm
  • 5.5" (140mm) rear wheel travel
  • dw-link suspension
  • Easy to service pivots and bearings
Accessory Mounts Bottle Mounts
Bottom Bracket Thread 73mm English
Brake Type IS Disc
Color Eddy Orange
Derailleur Clamp Type 34.9mm Clamp
Dropout Type Vertical
Frame Spacing 135mm Spacing
Head Tube Size 1 1/8" IS
Material Monocoque Carbon Fiber
Seat Post Size 31.6mm
Size Medium
Type MTB
Weight 5.3 Lbs.
Wheel Size 26"
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