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    Mojo owners, do you own a hardtail? or what's your "other ride" ?

    I just bought myself a Mojo SL frame. Thinking of building it next month. I currently own a Hard tail, it's an old Porsche Bike S (frame made by STORCK) with an XT build.

    I really think having 1 really good hard tail bike and 1 Mojo will be a great combo.
    Although my dream hardtail is the limited edition Mojo ti with superlight parts, I guess I would have to save up for that....

    Anyway, I was wondering if you Mojo owners would like to share what kind of hardtails (or other bikes) you have?

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    Moots Mooto-XZ 29er (4 inch full suspension)
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    Mojo Sl... + NinerBikes 29er RIP9 FS and 29er MCR9 HT SS.


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    I've also got a Cannondale Super V 3000 with XT/XTR, Magic Motorcylcle Cranks, Huigi rear hub, Syncros Titanium seatpost and bars. Weighed in at 24.8lbs which was extremely light at the time.

    And my other ride is a Mercedes CLS
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    Check out this ride
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    Hardtails (or other bikes)?. I have a Chameleon SS that I ride to keep it real. If the economy gets better, I don't lose my job, and Ibis EVER starts shipping the Tranny, I might trade frames.

    I think the car and women posted above look way too plush to qualify as bikes (much less hardtails).

    "I must not be crazy because I'm seriously questioning my sanity"

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    Quote Originally Posted by pachaven
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    Quote Originally Posted by MPI
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    Mmmmmm, hardtail...


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    Nice....very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by übermensch
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    Sorry, not having taste and manners. Oh I forgot a rides; BeOne Creed 1.0 29er hardtail and Wheeler 8800

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    Technically this is a hardtail!

    Slingshot Ripper, kitted with a Fox F80RLC, Race Face Deus, a mix of XT/XTR, and some handbuilt lightweight wheels.
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    yes, I have a hardtail..

    Dean titanium with S&S couplings (travel bike).
    The problem is, I suspect that the Mojo can fit in the S&S coupling travel case.

    Gary Fisher Paragon that has been converted to SS usage.

    1997 Seven Cycles Axiom Ti - one of the very first built in their original facility in Topsfield.

    # rides on other mountain bikes since getting the Mojo: 0

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    M6 and Riot.

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    08' Mojo SL, 07' Specialized Tarmac Expert(soon to be replaced by an Ibis Silk SL), and the bike I will not get rid of 98' GT Team box series cruiser(Profile cranks,King headset,Sun Ringle wheelset,XTR V-brakes,Shimano DX clips.......)

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    1996 Stumpy M2 comp
    been hanging from the rafters since I got the Mojo tho I keep telling myself I'm going to take old blue out one of these days.
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    Here is mine, Litespeed Pisgah, titanium frame all XT some old some new, 08 fox talas which is too big for the bike really but as it was sat in the shed I thought it would go well on the Litespeed. Rides pretty well, it was my first proper mountain bike and I cant come to selling her, but she may have to make space for a Tranny!
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    Dean, Seven, Litespeed....I envy those that own a Titanium hardtail...It will be a dream to own both a nice Ti hardtail and a carbon Mojo. Love that Litespeed!

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    Have a 2008 19" Kona Kula Supreme scandium hardtail with mostly XTR build and a lite Marzocchi XC700 fork.

    Not happy with the Marzocchi.

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    V10 and Kona Coiler Primo. I think a freeride/ downhill bike is more of a compliment to a Mojo. I've been toying with the idea of a quality hard tail, but came to the conclusion that having the Mojo i would never ride it. A hardtail as a xc race bike maybe, but for anything else the Mojo would win every time for me anyway.
    So you guys with a mojo and a good quality hard tail, i'm curious, except xc racing when would you choose the hard tail over the mojo?

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    My god that slingshot and Cannondale are ugly bikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SGR1913
    So you guys with a mojo and a good quality hard tail, i'm curious, except xc racing when would you choose the hard tail over the mojo?
    Building muscle (mine's SS), changing it up (variety is a spice of life), keeps the trails feeling fresh, .......... but yea, the Mojo rules and it takes discipline to ride the SS once a week.

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