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    POST PICS of your Ibis here.

    My Ibis Alibi

    XT cass, rear & frt. der.
    Race Face Turbine crankset
    Grip Shift shifters
    Avid/XTR V's
    Bontrager Racelites -- King hubs/Valiant rims
    Time or Frog pedals
    Thomson stem and seatpost
    Easton Monkey-lite riser
    Selle Italia Flite seat
    Manitou Mars Elite
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    No takers?

    Surely there's some more Ibis people on here.
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    hakkalugi. old photo, but it'll do.

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    Sweet!

    Nice lugi!
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    My Mojo...


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    My old mojo

    Here's the old, a new is one the way....
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    My 2 Ibises:




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    My Ibis SS.

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    A couple stabs from the past

    Here's a bike I built for my nephew when he was born. He's a sophomore in college now. Yep, it's a real Ibis frame.
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    Here's good ol number 7, from 1981
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    And a 1983 or so cross race in Tilden Park, Berkeley. I think this was the first tig welded bike we ever did. It's still around...
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    Fast forward a bit
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    My trusty SS

    1991 or so...lovely riding bike.
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    couldn't resist, here is my quiver of Ti last summer. I still have all the built up bikes..... sans the Ti szazbo ( that one was sold to fund my ROTH IRA last year, too small for me). They don't stay on the rack much. The Bow ti on top of colorado trail near Breck and the silkie somehere in summit county this past summer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bowtiguy
    couldn't resist, here is my quiver of Ti last summer. I still have all the built up bikes..... sans the Ti szazbo ( that one was sold to fund my ROTH IRA last year, too small for me). They don't stay on the rack much. The Bow ti on top of colorado trail near Breck and the silkie somehere in summit county this past summer.
    You bastard!

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    Somewhere I've got pics of (my) Ibis, serial # 95. I'll try to find them and get them scanned/posted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowtiguy
    ..... sans the Ti szazbo ( that one was sold to fund my ROTH IRA last year, too small for me).
    What!? You own that much Ti and you're still eligible for a ROTH IRA!?

    I like the way you think.

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    funny thing is I owned most of the Ti (except the silkie) before I added the prefix to my name. They were all slightly used frames, but with Ibis Ti..who can tell the difference. The Carbon Mojo will be my first "new" bike frame ever...

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    Ok, I have a 96 Szazbo that I will take some pics of and post, early next week maybe. Still runs strong and is fun to ride and look at.

    Tommy

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    Skinny Tire

    This is my Carbon Silk at the Madonna Del Ghisallo. http://home-1.tiscali.nl/~edwinsel/misc_religie.htm

    Pictures of my Lugi to follow
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    Damn that Mojo is a good looking bike. Must stop looking before credit card is maxed.
    Ever been to Mountain Bike Tales Digital Magazine? Now if only the print rags would catch on!

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    No Ripleys yet?!? Here's my Pond Scum Ripley, obviously a 2001. It has somewhere around 16,000-17,000 miles on it son far...so much for aluminum not working for a soft tail The first picture shows off the entire bike better, and the second shows of the recently added Fox F80RLC.
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    sweeet color on the ripley. I almost bought a medium then came across my silkie. soon after I came across a N.O.S. warm beer metallic small for my wife and built it up for here as a wedding present in 2003. I called here down stairs to look at it ( onteh bike stand w/ a red bow) and she said "what did you want me to look at?" guess I had too many bikes around for her to even notice the new ride. anyhow, here is a bad pic, but a dual disc ripley none the less.-=MIke
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    Glad to see that you have some real tires on that Mojo Scot. None of those 1.9 semi slicks!

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    My flock

    Here's my collection.
    The Hakkalugi was sold a while back and the red Cousin It tandem is for sale.
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    just saw that red beauty up for auction on E-bay. I'd consider it if it took 700c's, If anyone knows of an Ibis Ti tandem thats available just let me know, Its the only frame I'd replace my Co MO S&S for....finders fee for the Ti frame.

    Hey, It's good to see I'm not the only guy "keepin' hope alive" on the front range full of Surleys and M**ts bikes ;-)

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    1997 Mojo

    My '97 Mojo 18. Repainted in 2004 by Spectrum Powder Works. May as well list...I may be selling this in the next few weeks to make room in my small Aspen, CO apt.

    Fork: #1-Vicious Rigid #2 Manitou Black
    Stem: Thomson
    Post: Thomson
    Bar: Yeti ARC Carbon
    HS: King
    Crankset, FD, BB, Cassette: XTR
    RD: XT
    Shifters: LX Rapid
    Wheels: Cane Creek Wam Ti
    Brake Levers: Paul's Love
    Brakes: Paul's Motolites
    Cages: Tacx
    Pedals: Crank Bros Ti

    Very good cond., race ready. This bike is awesome. Riding a geared rigid is the way to go, but I have a fork, cut to fit when needed. Put on NOS decals, some are older Ibis decals (early90s). Now they can all be bought at chuckibis.com. Unfortunately, I had to pay a lot for these on ebay. Picture does not do justice.
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    Mojo 63
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    You passed!

    Quote Originally Posted by pastajet
    This is a test
    you can now practice law.

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    Yesterday on Mt. Tam.

    On the 30th annual or so Appetite Seminar.
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    here's my '98 alibi. (again)

    it's set up as my commuter now but served me very well as my racer and primary off road bike for two years.

    as a matter of fact, at one time i owned two of them!

    some ibis afficandos don't think the alibi is a "real" ibis, but from what i understand, the geometry is the same as the steel mojo and the paint and decals were applied in sebastapol.
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    here it is. rode it today:
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    WTB: Bomber Z2 1 1/8 steerer, in good to excellent shape OR bomber rebuild kit.

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    Mojo in Moab and Phoenix

    Phoenix, long race loop at McDowell Mt. Park, on Thanksgiving Day, November 23, 2006.

    Moab, near Amasa Back, on Tuesday, November 21, 2006.

    Moab, La Sals view from Amasa Back, on Tuesday, November 21, 2006.

    Fairfax, April 24, 2007.
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    how could you put a shock (****) like this on this bike

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    A few more...

    Thought I'd share a few pics. Ibis "Albino" single speed, Hakkalugi (with hand job in warm beer) and Silk Ti...
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    Elvis got his mojo!

    well... it finally arrived. elvis finally got his mojo'

    and it's um... very green. very very green.

    Sorry the pic isn't better. But you can see the other rides in the back. El Mariachi, Surly Long Haul Trucker and the 1991 Mantis Pro Floater.

    Will take some off road shots in the next few days. Heading down to Melbourne tomorrow for 2 weeks.

    The pedals were very temporary. Just so we could test ride it to check gears and stuff at work. Crank Brothers Acid's will be going on tonight

    a HUGE thank you to Tom, Hans and Scott for allowing the only Green Mojo in existance to find it's way down under.

    If you find yourselves in Sydney anytime... the beers are on me.

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    Christmas is here...

    and my wife got a "new" bike...

    Ibis Sonoma.









    I cannot wait to see her out on it.
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    Mummy and her Baby


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    my ibis szazbo isn't finished yet. but i saw the money has found the right way!

    here an older pic with some ibis stuff



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    Mojo in action.



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    Second Mojo in Western Australia

    This is the second Mojo to make it over to Western Australia after Didge's...
    Hasn't been out playing in the dirt yet, though
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    that's funny

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    Hi injidup, great to see you have found your mojo. I regularly ride Kalamunda / Mundaring trails and hope to see you out there some time, or are you from down south around the Injidup surf break????

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    Didge,
    Not from Injidup (I'm north of the river) but have a little bit of land down there. I bought the Mojo so that I would get out into the hills more than I did on my Kona. See you out there some time!

    Kev.

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    Tell me...

    ...That you haven't cut down that fork yet and the spacers are just temporary....

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    ... and if we just ... Mojo in Norway

    The first (and only) Mojo in Norway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benja55
    ...That you haven't cut down that fork yet and the spacers are just temporary....
    Don't worry, Benja, It's already down to just two spacers and the pipe cutter is at the ready!

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    Here's my XL RIPley from 2001, in 8-Ball Black.

    Got it after being freaked out after flying back to Colorado from Dulles Airport on the morn of 9/11 (the Pentagon-bound flight left 20 minutes prior). Figured I would get my dream. Know that I'm 6'-7" tall and weigh 240 or so. Top of saddle to ground is approx. 44". Some say I'm an ideal candidate for the new 29er Silk-Ti. Front shock is a Marz MX Comp w/ ETA lockout, 180 mm cranks, and Phil rear hub. And Rosie bar-ends. My trick setup? I've got a Hopey Steering damper on it - works great in Moab/Fruita sand and loose rocky downhills. Rides great for my style, and is a pretty rare frame or so I'm told. Even got to ride with and chow down for dinner with Chuck Ibis himself at last year's 30th Annual Pearl Pass tour - only RIPley I saw on that ride.

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    Mojo Build

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    Just built my Mojo.

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    1993 SS in Fester purple. It's seen nearly a dozen builds and is currenly sitting dormant as a frame awaiting a vintage Campy buildup:



    2000 Mojo in dark purple. Crappy pics, I know. XT/XTR build, Fox F80RLT, King wheels and headset:



    2000 Sonoma in money green. Campy Daytona 9 speed with older purple King headset (pillaged from the SS), Bontrager RaceLite wheels, Profile carbon fork, Litespeed ti post, Bontrager ti rail saddle and an Ibis ti stem:



    And not a bike, but it does sport a headbadge, so why not include it here? BTW, the ink was mixed to match the Fester purple on the SS. I brought the bike to the artist when I had it done. Yes, I am a dork.


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    Green Mojo Finally Arrives in Carlsbad, CA

    Here's my new green Mojo. I ordered it in December, picked it up today. Bike weighs 25.42 pounds with pedals, lizard skin, Stan's and the following gear:
    Rear Derailleur Shimano XTR RD-M971
    Front Derailleur Shimano XTR FD-M971 - 34.9 mm clamp/down swing
    Headset Cane Creek IS
    Cranks Shimano XTR FC-M970 44x32x24T - 175mm
    Brakes Shimano XTR BL-975
    Shift Levers Shimano XTR SL-970 Shifter Pods
    Cassette Shimano XTR CS-M970 (11-34T)
    Chain Shimano CN-HG93 (112 links)
    Handlebar Easton EC70 Monkeylite 660 mm Lo
    Stem Ibis 3D Forged 31.8mm bar clamp/ 28.6mm steerer
    Saddle fi'zi:k Aliante Gamma w/titanium rails
    Seat Post Easton EC90 Zero 31.6 x 400mm
    Wheels Mavic SLR
    Tires Maxxis LUST: 2.0" Larsen TT (rear) & 2.1" Ignitor (front)
    Fork '07 Fox Talas 140RLC
    Shock '07 Fox RP23 7.875 x 2"

    This bike is sick.
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    Another Mojo downunder

    Surprised it only took 2 weeks to arrive after placing the order !








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    91' Ss

    Pic of my 91 SS, any suggestions?
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    Absolutely Sweet build on the Mojo! What are your thoughts on the fork? I just picked up a Ripley and am in the market for a fork. I'm trying to decide on whether to get the Reba Race or the Fox F100X. Any opinions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by telemarktumalo
    Absolutely Sweet build on the Mojo! What are your thoughts on the fork? I just picked up a Ripley and am in the market for a fork. I'm trying to decide on whether to get the Reba Race or the Fox F100X. Any opinions?
    You want a 140mm fork, at least. You can go up to 160 if you want.
    A bicycle will take you to fantastic places....if you let it.


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    more pics from down under...

    Newcastle, Glenrock Lagoon. Sunday 4th March. A paif of Ibis's overlooking the Pacific Ocean.

    And one of the local wildlife taking an interest in the Mojo.

    Elvis.
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    More pics

    Do you have more pictures of the creme colored version? First one I have seen.

    -Alex
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    Why are there no mount trials ibis people?

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    They are out there....

    Quote Originally Posted by LIFECYCLE
    Why are there no mount trials ibis people?
    Because the bike is 20+ years old?

    The Mt.Trials is one of my all time fave bikes. Wish someone was still making them...
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    The mount trials was in my view the best bike ever made.Pre freeride and different.Trouble is searching for info about it on the internet is difficult as there is so little.One day i am going to have a custom replica made but in the meantime my Endless Lifetime with a Surly instigator fork comes close.

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    I reeelly like this bike!

    I can't help but see the beauty in this thing. Every time I look at it, I see something I want to try and capture. And I'll keep harrassing you all with the results. Haha.
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    So Scot, what's it like seeing all these old and new Ibis bikes on here?

    Makes you reminisce a little?

    I love my Alibi. I'm almost considering stripping it down, and just hanging up the frame. At the point, I've yet see one like mine, in as good of condition. I figure I should retire it before I ding it up.
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    Mojo #902

    Here is my mojo! I still need to shorten the brake hoses...




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    mtok..

    How are you liking the Speed Kings? Are they 2.3's or 2.1s

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbexx
    How are you liking the Speed Kings? Are they 2.3's or 2.1s
    They are 2,3" foldables. Weight is 550gr.

    I like them. They roll well and grip well enough.

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    Thought I'd toss up a pic of blue mojo I just purchased. Mostly and SX build with Thomson seatpost and stem and xyclones with stans'ed fire xc's.
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    Ibis Hakkalugi

    Pics of my '97 Hakkalugi with the most recent addition of an Ibis Ti stem. A mix of old and new stuff. The crank and bottom bracket are the only original components. This bike is about as much fun as one might expect. WebCyclery in Bend, Oregon is to be thanked for helping me with advice on the rebuild. http://www.webcyclery.com
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    "Dang! You got shocks, pegs. Lucky!

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    I just got my new mojo built up!!! Its a size small in nude. I was serously pondering the orange one but opted for the nude in order to get it faster, and I can't really say that I'm all that dissappointed, this thing looks great.

    Build specs:

    Frame: Small Mojo, nude.

    Fork: Fox RLC 140mm

    Kit: 07' XTR Disc

    Wheels: DT 240 CL hubs, DT Supercomp spokes, Brass Prolock

    nipples, Mavic 719 rims.

    Tires: Kenda Nevegal 2.35".

    Bar: Easton Monkey Lite SL.

    Stem: Thomson X4.

    Seatpost: Easton EC90 Zero offset.

    Headset: FSA orbit CF.

    Saddle WTB Devo Ti.

    Pedals: Crank Bros. Candy SL.

    Misc: kendal LW tubes, velox strips, lots of 3M protective tape, and My super sweet custom chainstay guard!!

    Complete bike weight with pedals: 25.7 lbs

    A 5.5" travel trail bike with 2.35" tires that weighs less than 26 lbs, now that's what I'm talking about!!

    I'll post some initial thoughts when I get some miles on it, something tells me I'm going to like it...
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    Question

    Nice build.

    Where did you find that chainstay protector?

    -Alex
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    I made it myself. I have more info and pics of it in the "protect your frame" thread. The guys at the ibis booth at the sea otter said they will be working with lizards skinz to produce one, but I' m not sure at this point when it is likely to be available.

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    Ibis neon?

    Anyone know how many of these still exist?

    Sorry, NOT for sale!

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    I would love one of those.

    Where in the world did you <strike>steal</strike> get that?

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    Stolen, schmolen.

    Why do you ask, is one missing? Got it off ebay a few years back from an alleged ex-bike shop owner. It was missing its transformer so I took it in to a little neon shop, & had 'em add the oval section while it was in for the tune up. Only had neon script originally... now it's a cool subtle two-tone.

    Never seen another one, curious if anyone else ever has...

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    My Mojo

    Just to be complete..

    My Mojo at 11.12 kg 24.5 lbs.

    Rode it today and it rocks!!!!!! Can't wait for my Silk frame to arrive and ride that one hopefully under 6kg 13.2 lbs...

    Glad and proud to be a fellow Ibis-lover!!!
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    TiMojo

    12 years old and it's the bike that I still ride most often.
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    Mojo in the wild

    4 rides into it and I know I made the right choice.
    Climbs as well as the Epic and descends 5x as well. Went for a 2.5 hour ride today - decided I need to go with a Talas fork so I can drop the front end for the really steep stuff. Added the Bontrager XXX carbon stem and matching bar Saturday. Bike is on carbon overload!

    Pic on one of our most frequented trails.....

    Enjoy,

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    My Silk Carbon

    Here is my Silk carbon beauty at 5.80 kg = 12.787 pounds.

    It rides just great!!! As does my Mojo
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    just built for the girlfriend

    She picked the colors!
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    A new twist on a Ripley

    Just finishing up a Ripley build. THE POWER OF THE INTERNET: In January of this year, I found this virgin frame set on a 2002 posting on a Michigan mountain biking website. The owner still had it hanging in his basement! It weighs just a touch over 24 pounds as you see it here. Total investment ~$3k. The ride is very cool and perfect for the single track that I frequent. Only items left are to get my road bike stem seen here replaced with one of the new Ibis models and Hope hose router for the canti boss. Then, I'll trim the brake hoses to length. I'll put some more pics on the new gallery that Scot and Co. have now got up and running.
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    Finally finished mojo project. Weighs 25.2 pounds. I am thinking of putting non tubeless with stan's. Would drop below 25. Not too bad for a 5.5 inch travel all mountain bike. Ride is incredible. No need for pro-pedal at all. Also have an s works carbon epic and I have to say I choose the mojo more often. Definitely the best bike out there.

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    That Ripley is sweet. I'd love to pick one up somehow.

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    I just got my second Mt trials...I'll post pics of both as soon as I can take them!

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    Cleaned up thread by deleting posts with broken photo links.

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    Another Blue IBIS: It's the a fantastic bike. (Build with the XT2008 Kit)






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    Were you at the Repack Thanksgiving ride? There aren't many of those motorcycle bike racks and leading link forks. Especially the combo of the two.

    That's a lot of very cool stuff! I couldn't make it to the Appetite ride. Waaaaah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregg K
    Were you at the Repack Thanksgiving ride? There aren't many of those motorcycle bike racks and leading link forks. Especially the combo of the two.

    That's a lot of very cool stuff! I couldn't make it to the Appetite ride. Waaaaah!
    Yeap...

    I try to bring my "vintage" machines to the Re-pack more than any of my more current and lethal weapons.

    I think old school bikes and the turkey ride go togheter really well, after all guys and gals like Joe and jacky uses to ride the same trails on bluejeans, no helmet and No brakes (well Overheated brakes that is)..

    Wow that sound exactly like the hipster possers riding "Fixxis" in the Mission maybe we need to wait 40 more years for the next revolution...

    No..!!!!!!!!!.

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    I'll never forget my rides with John Loomis and John Drumm back in the 80's. We'd hit the baby heads, and I swear they had suspension in their eyeballs. They were faster on hard tails than most people on suspension today.

    I have thought about a rack for my Norton Commando, but never seen one before. Good stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregg K
    I'll never forget my rides with John Loomis and John Drumm back in the 80's. We'd hit the baby heads, and I swear they had suspension in their eyeballs. They were faster on hard tails than most people on suspension today.
    Gregg we have a saying in Espanol.

    "no es la Flecha, si no el Indio
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    "is not the arrow, is the Indian"

    for example I race the Kamizake in 1994 and 1995 on a fully rigid Klein attitude yes even with the stupid scary stem and everything (the only bike I have available at the time) and reach about ~48Mph, last year I took my Nicolai M-pire (aka as fast as they make it downhill bike) and I did not even reach 45mph.

    i guess i'm getting old and scare, but for sure is no substitute for skill and sadlly b^lls if you still have any left, plus I was never a world class rider even if i try really hard be.



    I have thought about a rack for my Norton Commando, but never seen one before. Good stuff.
    Gregg Take a look at this drawings Drawings I made a few years back when I was trying to get some Patent's..

    Hopefully you can find some inspiration, I'm pretty sure you bike will be capable (many, actually most of them are not).

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    Inspiring.

    Thanks. I was curious what the rack design looked like.

    I love designing stuff like that.

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    Here's my Ibis - prototype Titanium version of the Hakkalugi

    Here are a couple of pictures of my Ibis - it's a prototype soft-tail version of the Hakkalugi - AKA Silkkalugi.

    If anyone has anymore info on the bike - I'd love to know!

    Thanks

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    Orange- it's the new red!

    2007 Mojo SX
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    Silkkalugi.

    That is quite amazing! What a trip. I've often thought about a cross bike like that. But never seen one.

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    Piwi,

    Nice bike. I have the same color. A bit of advice, put 3m clear tape everywhere. Mine took a couple of hits with rocks on the downtube. Loaded the clear and have not had one mark on the frame since (7 months of riding 3 days a week). Very nice build though. Did you happen to weigh the bike?

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    Yeah, thanks fo the advice, I allready had the tubes scratched pretty hard (espacially in the chain region) but I repainted those and put a lot of clear tape on it. It looks as new and is well protected for the next "abuse".
    I think the weight was 25 lbs but it was with the old pedals, so now with egg beaters I should have something below 25. Which is in my opinion fantastic for 140mm of travel.

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    the mojo rear suspension is amazing in the snow. much better than my ellsworth truth
    mojo fitted with hope mono minis, old school middleburn cranks, no tubes rims, king hubs
    control tech i seatpost, 08 xt rear derailer,nevegals float r forks, wtb lazer v saddle
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    Orangcicle

    Quote Originally Posted by mtbmitch2
    the mojo rear suspension is amazing in the snow. much better than my ellsworth truth
    mojo fitted with hope mono minis, old school middleburn cranks, no tubes rims, king hubs
    control tech i seatpost, 08 xt rear derailer,nevegals float r forks, wtb lazer v saddle
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    The blue King hubs look killer with the Eddy Orange too. Nice
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    Hi guys,

    finally finished my Mojo build, got the frame from Dukes in Toronto (great service! took a week to get the bike shipped from California to my place passing by Toronto ----> Ottawa)

    I am moving from a Devinci Moonracer to this awesome bike..... well for now it looks awesome because I cannot try it...we have over 40cm of snow outside... winter is going to be long!!!

    specs from my build.... weight is 26.2pounds...

    Frame: Medium
    Fork: Fox Float 32 RLC
    Wheels: Shimano XT
    Headset: FSA Orbit IS2
    Stem: Ritchey WCS 120mm
    Handlebars: Easton Monkeylite SL
    Brakes: Shimano XT '08
    Shifters: Sram XO Grip Shift
    Seatpost: Ritchet WCS Carbon 350mm
    Seat: Selle Italia Flite Ti
    Crankset: Truvativ Noir
    BB: Enduro GXP Ceramic
    Pedals: Shimano 959
    Fr der: XTR 07
    R der: SRAM XO medium
    Chain: DuraAce XTR
    Cables: XTR SIS
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    Quote Originally Posted by pdontig

    specs from my build....

    Frame: Medium
    Fork: Fox Float 32 RLC
    Wheels: Shimano XT
    Headset: FSA Orbit IS2
    Stem: Ritchey WCS 120mm
    Handlebars: Easton Monkeylite SL
    Brakes: Shimano XT '08
    Shifters: Sram XO Grip Shift
    Seatpost: Ritchet WCS Carbon 350mm
    Seat: Selle Italia Flite Ti
    Crankset: Truvativ Noir
    BB: Enduro GXP Ceramic
    Pedals: Shimano 959
    Fr der: XTR 07
    R der: SRAM XO medium
    Chain: DuraAce XTR
    Cables: XTR SIS
    It looks great! How much does it weigh?
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    I have no idea... lol...nothing here to measure precisely

    my guess is between 27-28.....the xt wheels are great but not lightweight.

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    Here's mine:



    Only kit you guys might not be aware of in the states are the Pace RC 41 Fighter forks, which are the lightest 160mm forks on the market (and carbon as well :-P) and Hope hubs. The rest is a full XTR spec, with a new shadow rear mech on today.

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    First ride on a foggy morning in S. Korea
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    Looks good but your cable routing leaves a little to be desired.
    I did a good job on mine after about 10 tries. I'll have to get a picture up and save somebody some hair pulling.
    A bicycle will take you to fantastic places....if you let it.


    Ibis fan since '08 now rolling on the big wheeled Ripley.

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