We’ve managed to tweak things a bit in the linkage area of the bike to make room for ISCG mounts. There’s a removable plate if you don’t need a chainguide or bash protection.
We’ve found that some newer shocks are being built with air chambers that require a little more clearance, and we’ve provided that with the HDR.
Tires and Rotors
Depending on brand and depth of knobs, most 650b tires up to 2.35″ will fit the Mojo HDR. We’ve found that different tire manufacturers seem to use different calibrations on their rulers, so it could be that there are some 2.35″ tires that don’t fit.
You can fit up to a 200mm diameter rear rotor.
Cable routing is provided for cable actuated adjustable seatposts. Cable guides are all removable so you can have the cleanest possible look depending on your cable orientation and whether or not you’re running a front derailleur.
Polycarbonate Cable Guide
If you are an extremely aggressive rider, we’ve found that it’s possible to damage the brake line and derailleur housing that will be routed under the down tube. To prevent that from happening, we have available an optional polycarbonate cable guard that bolts on under the down tube.
Robust Lower Link
We expect the HDR to get an extra heaping helping of abuse, so we’ve beefed up the lower link considerably, compared to the SL-R. It features dual row angular contact bearings in the front of the lower link that have less play than standard sealed bearings. The large 28mm x 15mm x 7mm radial bearings in the rear offer greater stiffness and longer wear.