The evolution of modern mountain bikes is a beautiful thing—just look at Ibis' Mojo HD3. This trail bike is long, low, and slack, with 150mm of all-mountain travel, giving you sled-like fun and dialed control through the steepest and rockiest descents. The impressively lightweight carbon frame, short chainstays, and steep seat angle mean the Mojo climbs as well as some XC bikes. With the third generation of the venerated dw-link, pedaling performance is completely decoupled from suspension travel, making the Mojo feel like a 4-inch bike on the climb and a 7-inch bike when you point it down the mountain. This endure-worthy rig gets you to the top of the trail without leaving you gassed so you can shred the whole way down. Internal cable routing keeps everything clean and protected, the threaded bottom bracket is foolproof, and there's even room in the front triangle for a full size water bottle. Shimano's 1 x 11-speed Deore XT drivetrain delivers buttery smooth, crisp shifts across all conditions, while letting you spin up the steep stuff. You'll have a rock-solid Shimano hydraulic disc brake set to scrub speed if you get a little loose. The Mojo HD3 is the total package, a blur going up and scary fast as you rail berms on the way back down.
|Frame||Ibis carbon monocoque, 150mm-travel|
|Fork||See options above|
|Rear Shock||See options above|
|Rims/Wheels||Stan's ZTR Rapid 650b 32H Black|
|Tires||Maxxis 27.5 x 2.30 Minion DHF F60 3C/EXO TR|
|Crankset||Race Face Aeffect|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano Deore XT Shadow Plus|
|Rear Cogs||Shimano Deore XT, 11-speed: 11-42|
|Shifters||Shimano Deore XT|
|Handlebars||See options above|
|Stem||Thompson Elite X4|
|Brakes||Shimano BR-M447 hydraulic disc, 180/160mm|
|Seatpost||See options above|
* Subject to change without notice.