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Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels with angle set

Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels with angle set
Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels with angle set
Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels with angle set
Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels with angle set
Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels with angle set
Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels with angle set
Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels with angle set
Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels with angle set
Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels with angle set
Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels with angle set
Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels with angle set
Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels with angle set
Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels with angle set
Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels with angle set
Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels with angle set
Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels with angle set
Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels with angle set
Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels with angle set
Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels with angle set
Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels with angle set

Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels with angle set

Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels, tyres and angle headset. This is NOT a complete bike, this is for the parts listed above only and shown in the photos.

Lots of detail below but brief summary is this is an outstanding bike which can still keep up with modern Enduro rigs thanks to the angle set and XL frame size which provides a good reach - it's about 3cm shorter than my new bike, I'm 6' 1.5 and 105kg for reference. Please note the description has been updated - please ensure you have read it and are happy with all the information as I recently deflated the shock to see how much the tyre was hitting the seat post, it has plenty of clearance which reminded me that when the bike came to me it had a mark and offset bushings - this was obviously a historic problem which can no longer get worse as the offset bushings have been removed. This listing is for the frame, forks, wheels, tyres and headset. I've thrown in the stem to keep it all in place, it's an old FSA gravity stem with 31.8 clamp.

There will also be a box of odds and ends associated with the bike. Lots of marks and scratches but superb very strong and well made Enduro frame. Built up to a 14.5kg build.

XL so a reasonable length, more like a medium by modern standards. Fitted with red links which are relatively new with solid, smooth bearings. Shock mount and rear mech hanger are all red.

Will include what old black hardware I can find and any other spares. The rear suspension is buttery smooth with zero friction, clunk or creaking! Note I will include the old black links but if you want to use them you should replace the bearings.

I drilled a small hole for the dropper post to run internally, this was a few years ago and no issues, none to be expected either as it's an overbuilt carbon frame and was done with a special carbon bit to prevent damage to the surrounding material. This also allowed me to use a one up components dropper which has a much lower stack height. I've left the cable in for the dropper though you'll likely want to replace the inner. The previous owner had offset bushings fitted which caused the rear wheel to bottom out onto the back of the seat tube and has rubbed through the paint and a little the carbon material.

The bushings have been replaced with new Cane Creek, the frame was always'flat' in that area so the amount that's been rubbed through is minimal - the carbon is very thick and I've run this as a 100kg+ man for years with no issues so I'm not worried, red and blacks all over the country including serious drops.... I've had a volume spacer added to the shock recently to improve ramp rate as well as I didn't realize this issue was an old one caused by the offset bushes, it's easy to remove if you prefer a more linear shock. The frame has a lot of marks and scratches, including a poorly sanded down section on the top tube near the seat post where I was going to sand all the paint off to take it back to a raw carbon finish.

Please don't expect anything that looks mint, this is a bike to be ridden and has been well loved twice! I'll leave the rear hope brake adaptor required to run 200mm discs, and front shimano 203mm adaptor on the forks.

Rear shock is a cane creek double barrel air. This put a small dent in the shaft so it couldn't hold air.

The service included all new seals, new air shaft, new internal piston, and new bushing hardware. I'll also include the shock spanner to adjust rebound/compression settings (has high and low speed circuits for both compression and rebound). The shock was also upgraded with the larger air can which gives it a larger negative spring and much more linear spring rate.

Forks are xfusion vengeance air with rebound adjustment and high/low speed compression. 36mm stanchions with one very small graze, 170mm travel. Stickers removed recently as I like the stealth look better. Hold air well and are solid forks that perform on par with the big names. I've been assured that a service would make them much smoother, and as it hasn't been done for 5 years I would recommend it as you'd get many years of good riding out of them afterwards!

There must be some chips to paint and run marks on these but I can't say I remember any major marks. DT Swiss 240s hubs, 20110 front 12142 rear. Originally these were part of an ex1501 wheelset but the rims were a bit thin so I had them re-built onto Stan's flow mk3's with new spokes and red nipples. They include schwalbe has dampf's tyres, front with very little wear, rear is showing wear but has plenty of life in it. These are set up tubeless though a bit ghetto....

The valves are just cut out of old inner tubes so I poor the sealant directly into the tyre then inflate. I'll include the 12 speed cassette and chain that went with it, however one cog on the cassette was bent (near the middle) and I could never get it to shift right after th... Honestly I never got on with this cassette and would recommend a SRAM nx when you replace it. I can include a shimano chainring if you like. Headset is a works components angle set with 1.5 degree offset.

I've measured this and can confirm it's a 66 degree head angle with the fitted forks. I've has questions asking what you need to build this up. Brake rotors, front and rear. Adaptors for correct size rotors (I'll leave 200mm adaptors on the frame/forks). Handlebars (31.8 clamp unless changing the stem).

Bottom bracket - standard threaded. 31.6 seatpost & seat. Gears - either new shifter, derailleur, cassette and chain, or accept the old cassette and chain as a temporary measure to get you going, in which case you need a 12 speed mech and shifter.

You'll need a few gear cables and anything else I've forgotten! Will include the 12 speed cassette and chain that went with it, however it was bent on one of the middle cogs and didn't shift that well in the middle of the gears as a result...

This item is in the category "Sporting Goods\Cycling\Bikes". The seller is "nathmo-1906" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.

  • Brand: Ibis
  • Wheel Size: 26 in
  • Department: Unisex Adults
  • Model Year: 2012
  • Bike Type: Mountain Bike
  • Suspension Type: Full Suspension (Front & Rear)
  • Model: Mojo HD
  • Material: Carbon Fibre
  • Vintage: No
  • Frame Size: X-Large
  • Colour: Yellow


Ibis Mojo HD XL Carbon Enduro frame, forks and wheels with angle set