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MOJO Ripley 29

DESIGN GOALS OF THE FEATURES OF THE RIPLEY 29

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RIPLEY 29

Our goal was to bring the advantages of a 29 wheel to a lightweight, nimble and fun trailbike. We think 120 mm of travel is the sweet spot for a snappy bike that isnt cumbersome or heavy. We also wanted the Ripley to be configurable for a wide range of terrain and riding styles, so we made it compatible with 120-140 mm travel forks. We asked Dave Weagle (Mr. dw-link) to give the Ripley pedaling efficiency, XC-like acceleration and optimization for 29er specific gearing in addition to the usual dw-attributes such as excellent small bump compliance, predictable travel through the range with no wallowing or harsh bottom out. This version of the dw-link, like the ones hes done for us in the past, delivers on the promise.

FEATURES OF THE RIPLEY 29

  • 120mm rear wheel dw-link travel
  • 5.0 Pound frame with X Fusion Microlite Shock, 5.2 lbs with Fox RP23 CTD
  • Approved for 120-140mm forks, 32 or 34 stanchion, 51mm rake is STRONGLY recommended
  • Tapered head tube (suitable for various Cane Creeks & Chris King InSet 3)
  • Internal TT cable routing with molded carbon cable stops
  • Shock Specs: Fox Float CTD Adjust Factory Series with Kashima Coat 184mm x 44mm with .4 volume spacer
  • Provision for cable-actuated adjustable seat posts
  • BB92/Press GXP style integrated BB
  • 142mm Maxle rear axle
  • 160mm carbon fiber post mount rear brake mounts
  • High direct mount front derailleur mounts directly on swingarm
  • Headset: IS ZS44/28.6 | EC49/40
  • BB height w/ 2.1" tires: 325mm (12.8")
  • Geometry measured with 520.8mm axle to crown fork
   
   
 
MOJO SL

MOJO SL

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MOJO SL // 140mm

The Mojo SL is a super lightweight, efficient pedaling, strong and versatile trail bike. Its strength and longevity proved the skeptics wrong. Its affordable price made competitors cringe. Its long travel and light weight blurred the line between an All Mountain bike and a Cross Country bike. Its beauty made the ladies and metrosexual men swoon (OK, maybe not). Its dw-link suspension made terrain disappear. That's all fine and dandy, but how the bike rides is what makes the bike so popular.

The Mojo Carbon first debuted in 2005 and started a revolution. When it was introduced it was the first carbon fiber monocoque All Mountain bike. Although it uses the same molds, we've refined the Mojo a bit, taken some weight out of it, added Titanium and more carbon, and now call it the Mojo SL.

To find out how the bike rides, we encourage you to read a few of the reviews we received over the years.


FEATURES OF THE MOJO SL

  • 5.2-5.3 pound (2400g) frame/swingarm/rear shock (medium size, matte clear. Paint adds ~70g, .15 lb)
  • Shock specs: Fox Float CTD Adjust Factory Series with Kashima Coat
  • Lopes Link pre-installed, newest rev of lower link provides enhanced stiffness
  • High modulus and high strength with our latest enhanced layup
  • 6-4 Ti fasteners and shock pin
  • Carbon monocoque frame and swing arm
  • 5.5" (140mm) rear wheel travel
  • dw-link suspension
  • Easy to service pivots and bearings
     
   
 
MOJO SL

Mojo SL-R

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Introducing the Mojo SL-R

We started from scratch and did a full reboot.

Everything is new.
The Mojo gave way to the Mojo SL which led to the Mojo HD. What we learned from the continual development of all those bikes was combined, and the result is the Mojo SL-R
Head over to the details tab to learn about all the technologies that have been incorporated into this bike.

The Mojo SL-R: a phenomenally light, startlingly stiff trail bike.

FEATURES OF THE MOJO SL-R
  • 140mm rear wheel travel, dw-link suspension
  • Carbon fiber monocoque frame and swingarm
  • Kashima coated Fox Float RP23 with Adaptive Logic Boost Valve technology comes as standard equipment
  • Tapered head tube, makes the bike feel very close in stiffness to a HD 140
  • Cane Creek AngleSet compatible, so the head angle can go down to 67.5º
  • Mojo HD style cable routing with new molded carbon cable stops and provisions for cable-actuated adjustable seat posts
  • Compatible with the Mojo HD downtube cable rock guard
  • The new direct mount front derailleur provides increased compatibility with 2 x 10 drivetrains
  • BB92/Press GXP style integrated BB is lighter and stiffer and better for molding
  • Carbon fiber post-mount rear brake mounts
  • 142mm Maxle rear axle provides high axle stiffness with QR ease of wheel removal and installation
  • The new chain suck plate has more coverage
  • Geometry is unchanged from the Mojo SL but now has AngleSet compatibility for head angle adjustability
  • Titanium fasteners abound
  • Links interchangeable with Mojo SL links
  • Target weight for the frame is ~5 pounds (2270g) for a large matte clear with
  • Kashima RP23
  • Complete bike with XTR as shown in size large 22.4lbs



 

MOJO HD 140

MOJO HD 140

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MOJO HD 140

Eagle-eyed scrutinizers of the Mojo HD have noticed the two removable tabs for the upper shock mount on the Mojo HD frame. A few of you have even surmised that this means we have some tricks up our sleeves as to what you can do with the Mojo HD and shocks and travel and such. You surmisers are right, we do have a couple of tricks up our sleeves. One is the the Mojo HD 140.

By simply changing out the upper shock mounts (we're calling them Limbo Chips) and substituting a shock from the Mojo or Mojo SL (7.875" x 2" travel vs 8.5" x 2.5" for the HD), travel is reduced to 140mm, opening a new world of possibilities. Click on the details tab to the right for actual part numbers.


FEATURES OF THE MOJO HD 140

  • 140mm rear wheel travel (vs 160mm w/HD)
  • 68º head angle with 150mm travel fork (vs 67º with HD and a 160mm fork)
    Kashima coated Fox Float RP23 with Adaptive Logic Boost Valve technology comes as standard equipment
  • 6.45 lb frame in 17" Matte (vs 6.5lb for HD)
  • Running a 32mm stantion fork saves significant weight compared to a 36mm stantion fork
  • Compatible with both Chris King InSet and Cane Creek Frustum headsets.
  • Unlike the Mojo SL, you can take advantage of the new 1.5" tapered forks with the HD 140
  • 13.5" BB height with 150mm fork (vs 13.8" for the HD with 160mm fork)
  • Same firm anti-squat platform as the HD, pedals beautifully
  • Same frame stiffness as the HD
  • Overall package is lighter with quicker handling compared to the HD
  • Ability to use Cane Creek AngleSet headsets, so your head tube angle is further adjustable ±1.5º



 

MOJO HD 140

MOJO HD

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MOJO HD

The Mojo HD is the longer travel bigger brother to the Mojo and Mojo SL. The "HD" as we call it, has 160mm of rear wheel travel, up 20mm from the other Mojos. The 140mm travel Mojo, which we introduced in 2005, pioneered efficient, lightweight long travel suspension, blurring the lines between those previously separate categories. The Mojo HD takes this concept a step further, giving riders another level of skill and confidence in nearly every situation, combined with uncanny climbing prowess.

FEATURES OF THE MOJO HD

  • 160mm of rear wheel travel
  • dw-link Suspension
  • Kashima coated Fox Float RP23 with Adaptive Logic Boost Valve technology comes as standard equipment
  • 26″ Wheels
  • Weight for the frame and shock, size medium, matte finish: 6.5 lbs, 2.93Kg (~.1 lb difference between sizes and for painted frame)
  • 67 degree head angle with a 160mm fork
  • Optional polycarbonate down tube cable guard
  • Chain stay length: 17.125″
  • 12 x 142mm Maxle rear axle (bikes manufactured before July '11 were 12 x 135 Maxle)
  • 160mm post mount left dropout, carbon fiber
  • Compatible with the new tapered steerer standard: 1 1/8th hidden upper, 1.5 traditional lower
  • Compatible with both Chris King InSet and Cane Creek Frustum headsets.
  • If you want to run your current straight 1 1/8″ fork, adapters available
    2.35″-2.55″ rear tire depending on brand and height of cornering knobs
  • Dual row angular contact bearings in the front 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 in the rear for stiffness and long wear
  • The leverage ratio, like the Mojo SL, is optimized for air shocks. The Mojo HD comes with a 8.5″ x 2.5″ Fox RP23. A DHX air will work on all but the small size.
  • With the advent of the new Fox RC4 coil rear shock, we've revised our stance on coil. The late stroke (bottom-out) knob enables a progressive end to the travel, perfect for the HD
  • The Bottom Bracket height is 13.8″-14″ depending on tires
  • Front de
  • ailleur (if you use one) and adjustable seatpost housing (if you use one) run along the top tube
  • Direct mount front derailleur standard as of July 2011



 

MOJO HD 140

TRANNY

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TRANNY

The Ibis Tranny may look like a simple yet beautiful carbon fiber hardtail but look closer and you will see so much more. The Tranny is one of the most versatile frames that has ever been produced - easily switching between geared and singlespeed and travelbike guises. Being made of high modulus carbon the Tranny is of course lightweight but we think you will agree that a frame weight of around 3.1 lbs is pretty special, especially considering how strong it is! Stiff, light, tough, geared, singlespeed, travelbike - a Tranny can do it all.

FEATURES OF THE TRANNY

  • Carbon monocoque frame
  • Optimized for 100mm suspension forks
  • Geared or Singlespeed compatible
  • Unique 'slot machine' adjustable length chainstay (for tensioning single speed chains) enables the Tranny to be a take-apart travel bike.
  • Super lightweight (3.1 lb) frame; 19lb complete bike weight



     
     

 
 
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