Ibis introduces the Hakkalugi Disc

Cyclocross

There is nothing better than a fresh new Lugi. Just after the USGP of Cyclocross Elite men’s race in Fort Collins, Ibis officially unveiled the new Hakkalügi Disc. The bike is compatible with disc brakes, and gets some tweaked geometry, tapered headtube, press in bottom bracket, and wider chainstay’s to run fatter tires.

 

Ibis Hakkalügi Disc
Our original cyclocross frame (current holder of the 2012 UCI rainbow stripes in the Masters 45 category) now has a sibling,  the Hakkalügi Disc. The frame is all new and utilizes all of the latest technologies in componentry and carbon manufacturing.

Features of the Hakkalügi Disc

  • Carbon Fiber Monocoque Frame
  • 700C Wheels
  • Disc Brake Compatible
  • 1.5″ Tapered Head Tube
  • BB92 Press Fit Bottom Bracket
  • 1050-1150g frame
  • 140mm Post Mounts for Rear Brake
  • Compression Molded Carbon Dropouts
  • Two Color Choices

The Hakkalügi Disc frame retails for $1,449.99, and complete builds include the Ultegra for $3,699.99 and the SRAM Rival for $3,579.99. Parts selection includes Shimano BR-CX75 mechanical disc Brakes, Stan’s NoTubes IronCross wheels,Specialized Tracer tires, FSA’s Energy crank’s, a Cane Creek IS headset, ENVE carbon fork, and Ibis goodies (stem, seatpost, saddle, handlebars).

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About the author: Brian Mullin

Brian has been part of the Mtbr team since 2007, where he has become an integral member of the review and test staff, specializing in technical articles. He likes to push the limits in all the sports he obsesses in, whether it's mountain biking, whitewater kayaking, extreme skiing, or sport climbing. He takes those same strengths and a good dose of insanity to his reviewing and writing on mountain biking products, creating technical, in-depth and hyperbolic articles. Whenever he's not on the bike, he might be found watching MotoGP racing, otherwise look for him out on extremely technical singletrack.


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