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    Canadian Mojo- better pics!

    Mojo #06MD150

    Locked and loaded, ready for some serious dirt.
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    Incredible bike....I may hang the pics in my garage!

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    Wow, very nice ride. Got any total weight figures and spec list?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Destroy
    Wow, very nice ride. Got any total weight figures and spec list?
    These weights are based on weighing the parts individually, but haven't weighed the complete bike complete to see how it compares.
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    Interesting. I would have thought it'd be lighter with all that CF.

    See here for comparison of another AM bike.
    Light and Long Travel.....

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    I'll raise you a Mojo

    Quote Originally Posted by Destroy
    Interesting. I would have thought it'd be lighter with all that CF.

    See here for comparison of another AM bike.
    Light and Long Travel.....
    Check this Mojo at 22.68lbs !!!: Check out my MOJO 22.68 lbs. of joy

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    VERY nice MJ !!!

    My LBS in Calgary tells me that my Mojo should arrive in a few weeks. (I'm sure it would've arrived by now if it wasn't a small.)

    How do you like the cranks ? I'm about to order a pair of those Stylo's myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Destroy
    Interesting. I would have thought it'd be lighter with all that CF.

    See here for comparison of another AM bike.
    Light and Long Travel.....
    Hmmm... I think a 25lb 5.5in. travel bike is pretty good. I didn't build it to be a weight weenie, that was never my intention, I built it with parts that I feel comfortable with and I know will hold up. I've played the game of "lighter is better" on my race bike. Sometimes you pay for those light decisions either with your wallet or some skin. As you can see by the other post, the Mojo can be built lighter, but I'm happy with my choices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by konaken
    VERY nice MJ !!!

    My LBS in Calgary tells me that my Mojo should arrive in a few weeks. (I'm sure it would've arrived by now if it wasn't a small.)

    How do you like the cranks ? I'm about to order a pair of those Stylo's myself.
    Haven't ridden the Stylos (or the bike) yet. Still waiting for a break in the nasty weather. The Stylos look to be well made. I have a buddy that rides the alloy Stylos and he complained of the big ring being soft over log crossings. I'll replace the big ring with a stronger one if necessary.

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    sweeeeet, not a big fan of red, but it flows nicely..

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    It would've looked even better if they offered a red weave in the carbon fiber.
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    That's a poster child for trick builds.
    Sweet.

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    just say no

    Good way to kill a build, bar ends and hi-risers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zaxxon
    Good way to kill a build, bar ends and hi-risers.
    True, if you listen to everything MBA tells you, but if you are experienced enough to know that bikes were meant to climb as well as descend, and you have been riding for 20 years like I have, then you appreciate the added hand positions and climbing leverage that a set of bar ends offer.

    BTW, they are not "hi-risers". They are low-rise XC bars.

    Thanks for your input though

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