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  1. #551
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    Quote Originally Posted by jover
    MAZSPEED you bike is awesome, the XTR-2011 looks fantastic on the clear black!
    I just got my HD frame (clear black - small), built-up for next year....
    Thanks Jover. It looks pretty cool. Should be a fun ride once I get it all together. I will have more photos once it's done later this week and all cleaned up.

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    You have excellent taste mazspeed. Just got mine, matte with blue links. Now I just have to decide on a fork, probably going to wait for the 2011 Lyric RC2 SA.

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    Here it is. Sorry for the horrible pic (blame it on the phone). Will get the first ride tomorrow.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/42984455@N02/5284273376/

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    Quote Originally Posted by oobie38
    My HD140- real workaday build, sorry but no jewellery on it. No pretty picture, either.

    Swapped most of the componentry straight across from my regular Mojo. Only had a couple of hours on it, but things are looking good.
    Setup needs some work though- the old Mojo ran really nice straight from the box, but I think I'll need to have to put a bit of effort into
    the shock settings on this one, especially for the climbs and flat.

    She's heading straight into a muddy, gritty UK winter, so I'll be able to post a meaningful long term durability report in a week or two.


    Definitely the best Mojo so far !!

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    Hi Guys!

    Please welcome to my new Mojo hd!

    The first impressions couldn be better. And is the best downhiller bike Ive ever had... ( In the Enduro Area of course...) The correlation between up and down it also perfect, lightweight and very strong, this bike have done my dream true

    Ill put 2 differents settings... in both are exactly the same except because of the wheels...

    1. Mojo hd + mavic 819+hopePro2+HighRoller 2,35 ( I will put a hydraulic seatpost this christmas, probably a Joplin 4 but Im not sure yet)

    2. Mojo Hd +mavic 823+ hopePro2+ Minion 2,50 ( While My Nicolai Helius AFR is being prepared for the next summer season, this wheels help me to do some local dhs ) ( I had a totem but now Im thinking about a fox van or float 180mm kashima with Cc Angle set... but... nobody knows in 4 months left...)
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    Oh my dear god, it is HERE...

    So . . . after 2.5 months of waiting with bated breath . . . I have in my possession . . . a 2010 Ibis Mojo HD!!! Size medium, matte black carbon XT build kit, with upgrades of a TALAS fork, an IS-110 headset, and a Joplin 4R seatpost. I added on an Easton Haven carbon handlebar and ergon grips as well, and will get a stem that fits me after I ride it a bit more. Prior to switching out the handlebar, the bike was 27.53 pounds without pedals. HOLY CRAP.

    I somehow didn't get a red headset, so that needs to be changed. And I'd like some tubeless in those Stan's rims as well. So some changes still need to be made. And I WOULD have ridden it today, except that - of course - the night before picking it up, it snowed a foot in NC. So no trails for me. My first impression on riding it in the parking lot?

    STIFF. Shockingly efficient pedaling platform. In fact . . . this is kinda crazy, but . . . this bike actually bobs LESS than my current Rocky Mountain Element racebike. Since I'm going from 100mm to 140mm, this is unreal. Standing up and mashing makes my normal bike bounce all over the place; on this bad boy, it's pure speed right to the wheels. I'm thoroughly impressed. I need to ride it on some trails and get a real impression, set up the suspension a bit more; but all I can say so far is WOW. WOW. Cannot wait to ride.

    Scot Nicol and Ibis Folks, if you are hearing this . . . I have been riding mountain bikes since about 1995 in various ways, shapes and forms... and I have NEVER seen anything like this. Can't wait to see how it RIDES. Will post a review in a few weeks once I get some serious trail time. Bam!
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    Here's my new HD. Just finished it yesterday.

    Full Sram X0 group
    Hope Pro II hubs/Stan's Flow rims
    Edge (Enve) handlebars
    Thomson Stem
    Rock Shox Reverb post
    King headset
    Selle Italia Classic saddle
    Time pedals

    Merry Christmas to me!

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    Got my HD built up about a week ago. Still need to put my Edge seatpost on.
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    Man thats like a $10,000 Ibis Mojo right there ^^

    Its a nice pile of dough in that thing, doesn't it at least deserve some better tires?

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    Nice one! What is the weight of that beauty?

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    WOW, amazing build. I was thinking the same thing as Yody re. tires, but hey...."One man's trash is another man's treasure", right?
    That is the cleanest, baddest, most understated super-build I've seen yet....ENJOY!

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    Man hat thing is gorgeous... I have been drooling over all of the sweet HD builds but that gives me some serious bike envy! For now my standard Mojo is keeping me happy, but seriously that build is so sweet.

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    Anyone have reach calculation for HD XL?
    Thanks

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    Reach~380mm, stack~617

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtb-ripper
    Reach~380mm, stack~617
    Are you sure...380 reach of a xl mojo HD ?

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    The XL mojo is TINY compared to other XL frames.

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    is anybody knows BBC lyons (Colorado) ?
    is it a good shop to get a Mojo ?
    cause I can not get them on a phone.

    thank you

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    Can someone measure reach and stack for a Medium HD and tell me what fork (160 or 180mm) you used?

    I'm interested in how it stacks up against my medium SL.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtb-ripper
    The XL mojo is TINY compared to other XL frames.
    Tes i m agree....but i need the mm....to understand better.
    Please if someone has a xl HD, can tell me the mm reach ?
    thk

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtb-ripper
    The XL mojo is TINY compared to other XL frames.
    Because a Large Remedy from Trek is 43.4......380 looks very Tiny, for a XL !

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucash290
    is anybody knows BBC lyons (Colorado) ?
    is it a good shop to get a Mojo ?
    cause I can not get them on a phone.

    thank you
    Great shop. Bought my regular Mojo there and my HD as well. They are closed on Mondays and open some Sundays I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by humdinger
    NICE ride Rathbone, good work. Just waiting for my Reverb post then mine's getting posted.... What's your initial ride thoughts Vs the SL? I too am upgrading from SL to HD.... Interested in your thoughts....
    Any pictures of your HD? Looking forward to seeing it as your Blur looked very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bajaguy
    Great shop. Bought my regular Mojo there and my HD as well. They are closed on Mondays and open some Sundays I think.

    thank you

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    Just wanted to post up some late night build pics now that my HD is all built up. Build is mostly stock XT kit except for Reverb post, Gravity Light bars, Thomson stem, Specialized Henge saddle, and XTR trail pedals. The bike is sick so far, I can wait to take it out and get it dirty this weekend!!


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    Can anyone tell me the weight of a Medium and a Large HD140 frame with at most a headset installed?

    Looking at one to replace my Blur LTc.

    Also is the head angle really 78 degrees with a 150mm fork so a degree steeper than a HD160 with a 160mm fork?

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