After much speculation and impatience by Ibis enthusiasts worldwide, Ibis has finally announced the details of the all-new Ibis Mojo HD. Looks like it will be available in March and come in at $2399 with Fox RP23 shock. The full details of the Mojo HD is available over at

(6/25/10: Ready my Ibis Mojo HD Review)

I saw the Mojo HD in person while at Interbike last Fall and as a Mojo owner, I’m stoked on the longer-travel design. While I’ve yet to feel like I’m bottoming-out my Mojo, an extra bit of plush with the same efficiency sounds sublime. And, the frame continues to be as sexy as all get-out. Head on over the Ibis Web site for more details about the new Mojo HD.

Mojo HD Specs:

  • 160mm of rear wheel travel via DW Link suspension
  • Weight for the frame and shock (Fox RP23), size large: 6.3 lbs, 2.86Kg.
  • 67 degree head angle with a 160mm fork
  • Polycarbonate down tube cable guard.
  • Chain stay length: 17.125?
  • 12 x 135mm Maxle rear axle
  • Post mount magnesium left dropout, carbon right dropout
  • Compatible with the new tapered steerer standard
  • Compatible with both Chris King InSet and Cane Creek Frustum headsets
  • 2.35?-2.55? rear tire depending on brand and height of cornering knobs
  • Dual row angular contact bearings in the front of the lower link for stiffness and long wear
  • The Bottom Bracket height is 13.8?-14? depending on tires
  • Top-tube cable routing for front derailleur and adjustable seatpost
  • Colors: White, Carbon and “bright color (TBD)
  • MSRP: $2399

More Info: Visit

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  1. I still think it’s strange they didn’t put ISCG tabs on it. I understand their reasoning but I feel that this will be a deal breaker with some. Can’t please everyone I guess.

  2. Yeah, if I could pick out one thing, that would be it. But, if you read the HD page on their site, they explain why. The DW-Link does present some challenges and this one appears to be one of them (at least in Ibis’s version of the DW).

    Still looks like an awesome bike!

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