Ibis Mojo HD4 Carbon GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike

Ibis Mojo HD4 Carbon GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike
Ibis Mojo HD4 Carbon GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike
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Mojo HD4 Carbon GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike by Ibis
The Ibis Mojo HD4 Carbon GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike reboots the HD3 and creates a super Mojo that recreational riders and Ibis' own enduro race team have been asking for. Ibis tweaked the geometry for bigger hits and higher speeds by extending the reach and wheelbase and slackening the headtube angle. Ensuring that pedaling and climbing performance was not compromised, Ibis steepens the seattube angle. Ibis calls on the gurus at FOX to supply the new Float DPX2 shock with reservoir, and FOX complied with a tune for more ramp-up, preventing harsh bottom outs and ably floating across roots and rocks without missing a beat. The new HD4 is already proven on the EWS circuit by Ibis' professional race team and separates itself from the rest of the lineup as the fastest, burliest, most capable bike on offer from the brand. On paper, the biggest geometric change between the HD3 and HD4 is reach. Ibis noticed that many riders were sizing up to achieve the reach they desired. Now, the sizing is more modern and you will no longer have to go up a size if you need a roomier cockpit. Shorter stems are also more welcome, making for a more responsive ride in spite of the slacker angles. Stretching the front end leads to an overall longer wheelbase so blasting about the woods is a little less hair-raising and a little more in control. The bike is a lot more smash and a lot less tip-toe. Relaxing the headtube angle calms the bike down even more when the throttle is open on rough trails. Ibis built several prototypes and put the frames under their athletes and the general consensus netted out a 64. 9-degrees. This number might seem DH slack--and indeed this angle isn't far from downhill geometry from just a few years ago--but keep in mind that enduro tracks are practically DH-steep and full of gnar, so we feel A-OK with it. This bike is sure to see plenty of shuttle, park, and lift access, further recommending the choice of such a slack headtube angle. The DW-Link platform re...

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