Ibis Mojo HD3 Down Tube Guard

Ibis Mojo HD3 Down Tube Guard
Ibis Mojo HD3 Down Tube Guard
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Mojo HD3 Down Tube Guard by Ibis
Are you one of the lucky ones to have picked up the incredible new Ibis Mojo HD3 all-mountain bike' Grab the custom-molded, lightweight polycarbonate Ibis Mojo HD3 Down Tube Guard to protect your sweet new investment.

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