Ibis Mojo HD3 Plus version released

A Plus version with 2.8 tires is now available for the HD3

27.5 News Plus
Big tires and big travel make any landing easier.

Big tires and big travel make any landing easier (click to enlarge).

Original HD3 Specifications and Features
  • 27.5″ wheels
  • The most advanced version of the dw-link suspension
  • 6” (150mm) of rear wheel travel
  • Carbon fiber monocoque frame and swingarm
  • Weight for the frame and shock, size large, matte finish: 5.9 lbs
  • 67 degree head angle with a 150mm fork (66.6º with 160 fork)
  • Shock specs: Fox Factory FLOAT DPS 3pos w/Adj and EVOL Sleeve with Kashima Coat, 7.875″ x 2.25″
  • Optional shock: Fox Float X2
  • ISCG 05 compatible with removable adapter is available
  • Threaded bottom bracket
  • Super versatile internal cable routing including internal dropper routing.
  • Optional polycarbonate down tube cable guard
  • Chain stay length: 16.9″ for both standard and Plus sized versions
  • 12 x 142mm Maxle rear axle
  • 160mm post mount left dropout, carbon fiber
  • Tapered Head Tube and Steerer
  • Up to 2.8″ rear tire depending on brand and height of cornering knobs
  • Dual row angular contact bearings on the drive side of the lower link that have less play than standard sealed bearings. Preload adjustment is not necessary. Large 28mm x 15mm x 7mm radial bearings on the non drive side for stiffness and long wear
  • Bottom Bracket height 13.4″ on a 2.3 tire. Height increases by about 6mm on a 2.5 tire but when the Plus tire is sagged at about 15 psi, the increase is only 2-3 mm.
  • Removable direct mount front derailleur mount for a clean 1X look
Pricing
  • Special Blend 1X – $3999
  • XX1 Build – $8898
New rear end matches existing colors so retrofits to older HD3's are possible.

New rear end matches existing colors so retrofits to older HD3’s are possible (click to enlarge).

For more information visit www.ibiscycles.com


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  • Ralph says:

    Not one mention of how this relates to the most recently released Mojo 3 (?!?) Kind of a news blip in a vacuum without that….

  • xoxo says:

    Hmmmm. The article states that Boost hub standards can be achieved with a hub conversion kit from Lindareets. Boost is not just about the 148 hub width, but about the spoke flange spacing being outset further apart from each other, thus creating a larger spoke bracing angle and a stronger wheel. The Lindareets kit only makes it possible to use a shorter hub in the longer 148/110 dropout spacing. Your writing makes it appear otherwise. Please be precise.

  • Zoso says:

    Yes! I too expect perfection from my all my free interwebs news sources.

    Also, Hmmmm is actually spelled with 5 m’s. Who doesn’t know that? Duh.

  • Ralph says:

    Zoso – your album just finished. Time to put on “Houses of the Holy”.

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