Mojo HD3

MOJO HD3, NOW WITH BOOST, NOW WITH PLUS

The Mojo HD3 was an instant classic when launched in November of 2014. It was our most popular bike in 2015.

We are pleased to announce a major update to the Mojo HD3 as of March of 2016.

The Mojo HD3 is now both Boost and Plus compatible.

Boost is a new standard for axles and drivetrains that allows us to build a bike with a stiffer rear end and no weight penalty. It also allows us to increase clearance so we can run larger rubber on the bike. The HD3 now accommodates the incredible new 2.8″ Plus tires from both Schwalbe and Maxxis. In the words of ‘The Angry Singlespeeder» on MTBR, these tires have «Traction for Days». The level of grip with the new plus tires is just shy of Velcro.

The HD3 also features the latest and greatest refinement of the famed dw-link suspension. Geometry is fully modern: longer, lower and slacker, with 6” of plush rear wheel travel. We’ve built in versatile internal routing and updated the carbon fiber frame design, allowing us to put a water bottle on top of the downtube. We also achieve a drop in weight and pedaling performance on par with the Ripley, so the bike is very fast going up, and scary fast going down.

RETROFITTABLE

For current HD3 owners who want to upgrade to Boost/Plus, we’ve got great news. We are offering a swingarm retrofit kit for the 142mm HD3s to convert to the new Boost/Plus swingarm. US MSRP is $899. Read all about it on the DETAILS tab to the right.

FEATURES

  • Accepts 27.5″ tires in 2.3″, 2.5″ and also 2.8″ Plus size
  • The most advanced version of the dw-link suspension on the planet
  • Boost 148mm rear/110 Front axle on all XT/X01 and above kits
  • Special Blend kits have 142mm rear, 100mm front axles
  • 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
  • 66.6º head angle
  • 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″
  • 160mm post mount
  • Tapered Head Tube and Steerer
  • 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
  • BB height with tire sag is the same with 2.3, 2.5 or 2.8 tires
  • 1X or 2X with a removable direct mount front derailleur mount that gives a clean 1X look

REVIEWS / AWARDS

Suspension techology, drivetrain performance, materials technology and carbon frame construction have all enjoyed tremendous advances in the last few years. All of us who ride have benefitted greatly.

The newest and we think most exciting areas of innovation now are wheels and tires. We’ve devoted an entire section one tab over to the right. For the other areas of innovation in the Mojo HD3, read below.

Progress lies not in enhancing what is, but in advancing toward what will be.

Khalil Gibran

Since our revolutionary Mojo Carbon came out in 2005, we’ve been “advancing toward what will be”, by building long-travel bikes that strike a balance between climbing and descending.

The third generation Mojo HD (HD3) is an extremely capable do-everything long-travel mountain bike. The goal was to build a bike that was confidence inspiring downhill, that didn’t feel sluggish everywhere else. Based on the following quote, we think we’ve succeeded:

Hundreds of kilometers on the new Mojo has shown it to be more capable on the descents than its predecessor, but without many of the drawbacks that often come with such impressive abilities. Ibis has done well by taking the phrase ‘all-around’ to the next level.

Mike Levy, Pinkbike

148 BOOST

The first version of the Mojo HD3 was a non-Boost bike. By updating to the Boost standard in the swingarm, we were able to increase the clearance to accommodate the 2.8 Plus tire size, while maintaining weight and stiffness of the first version, and not adding any weight. Here’s a photo of the clearance, with a 2.8″ Schwalbe Nobby Nic.

RETROFITTABLE

For current HD3 owners who want to upgrade to Boost/Plus, we’ve got great news. We are offering a swingarm retrofit kit for the 142mm HD3s to convert to the Boost/Plus swingarm. US MSRP is $899

The retrofit kit consists of:

  • All new HD3 Boost/Plus Swingarm
  • New 148mm Hexle
  • Boost lower link
  • Boost lower link rear shaft hardware
  • Boost compatible front derailleur mount
  • Retrofit kits will ship in April 2016, are available to backorder here from our online store.

If you’re ready for Plus tires, but don’t want to pony up for an entirely new set of 741 Boost wheels, there’s a simple way to modify your rear wheel with the Linderetes Boostinator. This is the set up our entire Enduro World Series Team is racing on this year.

DESIGNED BY ROXY LO, FOR EVERYONE

Roxy, our frame designer is a shade over 5′ tall, let’s call her 5’1″ with shoes on. Tom Morgan, our President is 6’6″, barefoot.

Combined, they make sure that our bikes fit people throughout the size and gender spectrum.

DW-LINK

What’s most amazing about the HD3 is that with the help of the latest and best ever refinement of the dw-link, we’ve managed to completely decouple pedaling performance from suspension travel. That means that our 6” bike probably climbs better than a lot of 4” bikes. And due to the descending credentials of the dw-link, it probably feels like your 7” bike when you point it down hill and let go of the brakes.

Here’s what Bike had to say:

The all-new Mojo HD is capable and, most notably, quicker on the climbs than much of the competition. Ibis has simply made one of the best-balanced all-mountain bikes on the market.

Vernon Felton, Bike Magazine

GEOMETRY

While the frame looks similar to its predecessor cousins the HD and the HDR, the geometry has been refined and modernized. All top tube lengths have jumped by 20mm from the earlier HD’s. The bike is longer and lower and slacker. With the Fox 36,  you can build the bike of the beast with a 66.6º head angle. The Pike fork with 150mm of travel delivers a 67º head. The upright seat angle (73º) and short (16.9”) chainstays helps us make the bike into such a capable climber (see quotes above).

TRAVEL

We think 6” of travel is right for most people’s riding needs, we felt it struck the best balance for a climbable enduro style bike. With a longer travel bike comes the temptation to put 180mm forks on them, thus requiring heavier frame construction and moving the bike into a different category.

Variable leverage rates and shock tunes can make a 6” bike feel it’s got much more travel, or it can be the other way around. Since our dw-link bikes tend not to get stuck in the middle of their travel and have a very linear feel to them, the available travel feels consistent, predictable and more usable.

Another advantage of sitting a bit higher in its travel is that we can lower the bottom bracket height, making for a better handling bike, while not being prone to pedal strikes.

THE FRAME

You’ll notice that the HD3 shares its DNA with the Mojo HD, the Ripley and the Tranny. From the HD comes the iconic Mojo frame design, beautifully organic yet proven to be fiercely robust. We’ve borrowed the clevis idea from the Ripley, allowing for more clearance in the triangle, meaning you can conventionally mount a water bottle inside the triangle (and another one under the downtube on the large and XL). From the Tranny comes the latest in elegant industrial design and versatile cable routing options.

We’ve managed to keep the weight to less than 6 pounds with shock (5.9 with a large size).

LINKAGES

With the help of the clevis, we’ve made the linkages on the HD3 lighter. There is a new bearing configuration, with both dual row angular contact bearings moving to the drive side, enhancing the  stiffness.

MOLDING TECHNOLOGY

As with the Ripley and HDR, we start by molding a sacrificial mandrel in exactly the shape that we want the inside of the frame to be. That becomes the 3D template for the bladder that holds all the carbon preform before it’s laid into the mold. This allows the lay-up to be done in one piece, with no joints anywhere. The result is a more precise structure that eliminates the need for additional foam or filler to mold the complex shapes. What that means for you is a lighter and stronger frame, critical factors in hitting our targets for weight and stiffness.

SHOCKING

We offer both the Float CTD and the DBinline on the bike. We think the CTD is an extremely reliable, light, capable shock that is a great choice for a lot of people. For more aggressive riding and greater tunability, there’s the excellent and robust DBinline.

The tune on the Fox is 175 boost medium compression/ medium rebound.  The low boost valve gives us better small bump sensitivity and then the medium compression tune takes over for bigger hits.

The goal with the dw-link tune on this bike is to pedal well and have even better small bump sensitivity.  The leverage rate delivers the same linear feel with a slight ramp at the end that we’ve always liked. This keeps the suspension feeling consistent and predictable, with no nasty surprises.

To setup sag, go for  14 – 18mm / 25 – 30%.

HEADSET

We run tapered head tubes and steerers in all of our bikes as they deliver an exceptionally rigid front-end platform. One of the new features of the HD3 not found in our bikes previously is the ZS56 lower headset. This allows for a bigger gap between the top tube and the down tube which results in a stronger front end with no weight penalty. It’s particularly effective on the small and medium.

You may use several different Cane Creek headsets or the Chris King InSet 2 headset.

ROUTING

There’s a lot of versatility with the cable routing. You can run full housing or interrupted housing. Interrupted housing using our available cable stops will allow you to save about 55 grams of weight over a fully run housing. Our dropper of choice is the KS LEV Integra but a dropper line can be run though the top tube if you’re not using a top pull front derailleur.

FRONT DERAILLEURS AREN’T DEAD YET

If you peek under the upper link at the back of the seat tube, you’ll see a small aluminum piece bolted on. That’s a cover plate that replaces our direct mount front derailleur adapter. If you’re running 1X you’ll use this plate, and if you want to run XTR 2X or XT 2X, there’s an extremely clean derailleur mount that bolts on.

THREADED BB

The bottom bracket is threaded 68mm with ISCG-05 capability. Available as an option is an ISCG-05 adapter, allowing you to mount a chainguide should you desire.

ROTORS

You can fit up to a 200mm diameter rear rotor.

POLYCARBONATE DOWNTUBE GUARD

If you ride in rocky environments we have available an optional polycarbonate guard that bolts on under the down tube, providing an extra degree of protection.

EASILY ACCESSIBLE WATER BOTTLE

We’ve made a provision on the HD3 for a water bottle on the inside the triangle and on the large and XL one below the down tube. It’s best to use a side-loading cage if using a large bottle inside the triangle, such as this one from Arundel.

TRACTION FOR DAYS

The Angry Singlespeeder, MTBR.com

TIRES

You can choose either normal tires or 2.8 Plus tires with the same frame and wheelset.

If a rider wants a fast/light setup or there is already plenty of traction in his/her area, a 2.2-2.4 tire will be great.  Also, wide tires don’t work as well in the mud so if you’ve got sticky mud, take the plus tires off (We’re talking to you, U.K!).  You’ll have huge clearance for your thinner mud spikes.  All of our initial testing was on 2.35/2.25 tires and with those size tires, the bike rips.

Need something a little burlier? We have been working with Maxxis to make a wide-rim specific tire, and they have released the Minion DHF WT 2.5.  For our 35mm inner width rims (741/941), this is the tire we’ve been waiting for. The side knobs are much more supportive and cornering confidence is increased immensely.  We’ve been riding everything from familiar local trails to all-day rips in Downieville and Tahoe on these tires and are super pleased. Note that the Mojo HD3 will now be shipped with any of the three tire options, those living in rockier terrain will probably want the beefier Minions.

PLUS COMPATIBLE

We’ve been riding plus-sized tires on different bikes… We tried a few different 3.2”, 3.0” and 2.8” tires and found a whole new ability to attack rough terrain.

Rider feedback told us that the plus tires get bouncy and really heavy as they get bigger, so we have come to the opinion that 29″ plus and 27.5 x 3.0-3.2 is a deal killer for most people.

Looking to find a good balance of everything, the sweet spot for traction, bump absorption, lightweight and fast rolling is around 2.5-2.8. Big enough to get the benefits of greater air volume and traction, but not inherently bouncy or heavy.  With a lightweight 2.8 tire the bike’s capabilities jump a level while the weight/climbing/speed/rolling resistance drawbacks are minimal.

An undamped spring is the enemy of control.

Colin Hughes, Lead Ibis Engineer

Wide is good but too tall is bad.  Tall is just an undamped spring and those become a handful at speed.  They do float along absorbing things at low speed but it all falls apart once you try to go fast over rough terrain.
After riding quite a few plus bikes, our engineer Colin commented “They’re really fun…until they’re not”.
We understand the appeal of trying to get around having hydraulic damping, it’s expensive and requires periodic service, but in terms of control at speed, there is no substitute.  On a side note, loaded mountain touring is gaining popularity, this is a perfect application for the bigger plus tires.

We’ve found that the numbers printed on tire sidewalls mean very little when it comes to height.  The Schwalbe and Maxxis 2.8’s are only 0.15” taller in section height than a 2.3 tire whereas 3.0’s are 0.4” taller.  That means with the 2.8’s you get the added traction but without bounce and vagueness in corners.  They also allow for those short 425mm chainstays which would not be possible if we tried to fit bigger than 2.8’s.

They’re just like normal tires…with more traction

Said every single person who has ridden these new 2.8 Plus tires

POINTING IT DOWN HILL

Both the 2.8 Schwalbe and the 2.5” Minion WT tires feel very fast on this bike while descending. So we set out to see if one tire was better than the other in a quantifiable way.  We did speed runs down local trails comparing one tire setup to another not just in terms of feel but also for time. While both offer tons of traction, the tires feel different on the trail: The Minion WT’s are very stable and gives a supreme confidence to the rider.  Banging through berms and sharp direction changes are where this tire sets itself apart.  The 2.8” Schwalbe, with its bigger casing and air volume, loves to plow through anything on really rough terrain.  Although the tires felt totally different, we were surprised that they actually gave the exact same times on multiple runs, they just got there in totally different ways. The Maxxis would be faster in directional changes and windier sections, while the max speed would be higher with the plus tires.  It really comes down to personal preference and riding style to determine who picks which tire.

FINAL THOUGHT

At the pressures we normally run on the 2.8″ tires (13-16psi), wide rims are mandatory.

geometry.hd3

160MM FORK (552MM AXLE TO CROWN)

Nominal Size Small Medium Large X-Large
C-to-T Size A 368 (14.5″) 419 (16.5″) 470 (18.5″) 521 (20.5″)
EFF Top Tube B 580 600 620 640
Head Tube Length (4mm stack of lower cup not included) C 85 105 117 132
Chain Stay D 430 430 430 430
Seat Tube Angle E 73.6º 72.6º 72.6º 72.6º
Head Tube Angle F 66.6º 66.6º 66.6º 66.6º
Wheelbase G 1135 1146 1168 1189
BB Height (with 2.3 Maxxis Minons) 344 344 344 344
Stack 580 599 610 624
Reach 411 414 431 446
Standover 707 731 735 762
Trail 105 105 105 105
Sizing Guide (rider height) 152–165 (5’0″–5′ 5″) 163–175 (5’4″–5′ 9″) 175–188 (5’9″–6’2″) 183–198 (6’–6’6″)
125 mm KS Lev Saddle Height Range (BB to seat top) 61.7 cm to 67.3 cm (or 56.7 to 63.3cm with 100 mm 64.5 cm to 73.0 cm 69.7 cm to 78.4 cm 73.5 cm to 83.0 cm
150mm KS Lev Saddle Height Range (BB to seat top) You’d be weird to want this. 67.0cm to 78.0 cm 72.4 cm to 82.9 cm 76.5 cm to 87.5 cm

150MM FORK (542MM AXLE TO CROWN)

Nominal Size Small Medium Large X-Large
C-to-T Size A 368 (14.5″) 419 (16.5″) 470 (18.5″) 521 (20.5″)
EFF Top Tube B 580 600 620 640
Head Tube Length (4mm stack of lower cup not included) C 85 105 117 132
Chain Stay D 430 430 430 430
Seat Tube Angle E 74.1° 73.1° 73.1° 73.1°
Head Tube Angle F 67° 67° 67° 67°
Wheelbase G 1131 1142 1164 1185
BB Height (with 2.3 Maxxis Minons) 340 340 340 340
Stack 577 595 607 620
Reach 415 419 434 451
Standover 703 729 732 758
Trail 102 102 102 102
Sizing Guide (rider height) 152–165 (5’0″–5′ 5″) 163–175 (5’4″–5′ 9″) 175–188 (5’9″–6’2″) 183–198 (6’–6’6″)
125 mm KS Lev Saddle Height Range (BB to seat top) 61.7 cm to 67.3 cm (or 56.7 to 63.3cm with 100 mm 64.5 cm to 73.0 cm 69.7cm to 78.4cm 73.5 cm to 83.0 cm
150mm KS Lev Saddle Height Range (BB to seat top) You’d be weird to want this. 67.0cm to 78.0 cm 72.4cm to 82.9cm 76.5 cm to 87.5 cm

SHARED MEASUREMENTS

  • Seatpost Diameter 31.6mm
  • Front Derailleur Direct Mount
  • Bottom Bracket 68mm (BSA) English Thread
  • Rear Shock Specification 7.875″ x 2.25″
  • Rear Axle 12 x 142mm Maxle
  • Rear Brake 160mm Post Mount
  • Chain guide compatibility ISCG 05
Med forbehold om feil og forandring av spesifikasjon

Frame only

Shock Fox Factory FLOAT X2 3pos w/Adj and EVOL Sleeve with Kashima Coat, 7.875” x 2.25”
Shock Fox Factory FLOAT DPS 3pos w/Adj and EVOL Sleeve with Kashima Coat, 7.875” x 2.25”
Shock Fox Performance FLOAT DPS 3pos w/Adj and EVOL Sleeve with Kashima Coat, 7.875” x 2.25”

 

Special Blend 1X

Fork Fox Float 36 RC2 160mm, 27.5”, 15QR
Shock Cane Creek DBair CS
Wheels Stan’s ZTR Flow 650b 32H Black
Tires Maxxis 27.5 x 2.5 Minion DHF WT
Brakes Shimano Deore BL-M445 180mm Front Rotor, 160mm Rear Rotor
Cranks SRAM NX 175 Direct Mount XSYNC 30t Steel Ring, Black
Rear Derailleur SRAM NX 1 X 11 Long Cage, black
Shift Levers SRAM NX 11sp Trigger Black
Cassette SRAM PG 1130 11-42T
Chain CN PC1110 114LI W/ PowerLock 11Speed
Headset Cane Creek 40 ZS44/ZS56
Grips Lizard Skins Logo
Handlebars Ibis 740mm 7075 aluminum handlebar
Stem Ibis 3D Forged Stem 31.8 Bar/28.6 Steerer 7075 (50, 60, 70, 80, 90mm)
Seatpost Ibis 31.6 x 350 L, 7075
Saddle Ibis custom saddle, CrMo rails

 

Special Blend 1X Werx

Fork Fox Float 36 RC2 160mm, 27.5”, 15QR
Shock Cane Creek DBair CS
Wheels Ibis 742
Tires Maxxis 27.5 x 2.5 Minion DHF WT
Brakes Shimano Deore BL-M445 180mm Front Rotor, 160mm Rear Rotor
Cranks SRAM NX 175 Direct Mount XSYNC 30t Steel Ring, Black
Rear Derailleur SRAM NX 1 X 11 Long Cage, black
Shift Levers SRAM NX 11sp Trigger Black
Cassette SRAM PG 1130 11-42T
Chain CN PC1110 114LI W/ PowerLock 11Speed
Headset Cane Creek 40 ZS44/ZS56
Grips Lizard Skins Logo
Handlebars Ibis 740mm 7075 aluminum handlebar
Stem Ibis 3D Forged Stem 31.8 Bar/28.6 Steerer 7075 (50, 60, 70, 80, 90mm)
Seatpost Ibis 31.6 x 350 L, 7075
Saddle Ibis custom saddle, CrMo rails

 

SLX 1X

Fork Fox Float 36 RC2 160mm, 27.5”, 15QR BOOST
Shock Fox Factory FLOAT DPS 3pos w/Adj and EVOL Sleeve with Kashima Coat, 7.875” x 2.25”
Wheels Ibis 738 Very Wide Aluminum Asymmetric Wheelset, 27.5”, Ibis Hubs, Boost, 34mm Inner Width
Tires Maxxis 27.5 x 2.5 Minion DHF WT
Brakes Shimano Deore BL-M445 180mm Front Rotor, 160mm Rear Rotor
Cranks Race Face Aeffect, 30t, 175mm
Rear Derailleur Shimano SLX Rear 11 Speed
Shift Levers Shimano SLX 11 Speed
Cassette Shimano XT 11-46 11-spd
Chain Shimano SLX 11Spd Quick Link
Headset Cane Creek 40 ZS44/ZS56
Grips Lizard Skins Logo
Handlebars Ibis 740mm 7075 aluminum handlebar
Stem Ibis 3D Forged Stem 31.8 Bar/28.6 Steerer 7075 (50, 60, 70, 80, 90mm)
Seatpost KS LEV Integra, with KGP remote
Saddle Ibis custom saddle, CrMo rails

 

SLX 1X Werx

Fork Fox Float 36 RC2 160mm, 27.5”, 15QR
Shock Fox Factory FLOAT DPS 3pos w/Adj and EVOL Sleeve with Kashima Coat, 7.875” x 2.25”
Wheels Ibis 742
Tires Maxxis 27.5 x 2.5 Minion DHF WT
Brakes Shimano Deore BL-M445 180mm Front Rotor, 160mm Rear Rotor
Cranks Race Face Aeffect, 30t, 175mm
Rear Derailleur Shimano SLX Rear 11 Speed
Shift Levers Shimano SLX 11 Speed
Cassette Shimano XT 11-46 11-spd
Chain Shimano SLX 11Spd Quick Link
Headset Cane Creek 40 ZS44/ZS56
Grips Lizard Skins Logo
Handlebars Ibis 740mm 7075 aluminum handlebar
Stem Ibis 3D Forged Stem 31.8 Bar/28.6 Steerer 7075 (50, 60, 70, 80, 90mm)
Seatpost KS LEV Integra, with KGP remote
Saddle Ibis custom saddle, CrMo rails

 

XT 1X

Fork Rock Shox Pike RCT3, BOOST, 160mm, 27.5
Shock Fox Factory FLOAT DPS 3pos w/Adj and EVOL Sleeve with Kashima Coat, 7.875” x 2.25”
Wheels Ibis 738 Very Wide Aluminum Asymmetric Wheelset, 27.5”, Ibis Hubs, Boost, 34mm Inner Width
Tires Maxxis 27.5 x 2.5 Minion DHF WT
Brakes Shimano Deore XT BL/BR-M8000 180mm Front Rotor, 160mm Rear Rotor
Cranks Race Face Turbine Cinch 30T 175mm (170mm optional)
Rear Derailleur RD-M8000,DEORE XT, GS 11 SPEED SHADOW PLUS
Shift Levers SL-M8000, DEORE XT
Cassette CS-M8000,DEORE XT, 11-SPEED, 11-42
Chain CN-HG700-11
Headset Cane Creek 40 ZS44/ZS56
Grips Lizard Skins Logo
Handlebars Ibis Carbon Handlebar – 760mm width Hi-Fi (riser) or Lo-Fi (Flat)
Stem Thomson Elite X4 Stem (40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 110)
Seatpost KS LEV Integra, with KGP remote
Saddle Ibis custom saddle, CrMo rails

 

XT 1X Werx

Fork Rock Shox Pike RCT3, BOOST, 160mm, 27.5
Shock Fox Factory FLOAT DPS 3pos w/Adj and EVOL Sleeve with Kashima Coat, 7.875” x 2.25”
Wheels Ibis 742
Tires Maxxis 27.5 x 2.5 Minion DHF WT
Brakes Shimano Deore XT BL/BR-M8000 180mm Front Rotor, 160mm Rear Rotor
Cranks Race Face Turbine Cinch 30T 175mm (170mm optional)
Rear Derailleur RD-M8000,DEORE XT, GS 11 SPEED SHADOW PLUS
Shift Levers SL-M8000-IR, DEORE XT
Cassette CS-M8000,DEORE XT, 11-SPEED, 11-42
Chain CN-HG95 SUPER NARROW HG FOR MTB 10-SPEED 116 LINKS
Headset Cane Creek 40 ZS44/ZS56
Grips Lizard Skins Logo
Handlebars Ibis Carbon Handlebar – 760mm width Hi-Fi (riser) or Lo-Fi (Flat)
Stem Thomson Elite X4 Stem (40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 110)
Seatpost KS LEV Integra, with KGP remote
Saddle Ibis custom saddle, CrMo rails

 

XO1-Eagle

Fork Fox Float 36 RC2 160mm, 27.5”, 15QR BOOST
Shock Fox Factory FLOAT DPS 3pos w/Adj and EVOL Sleeve with Kashima Coat, 7.875” x 2.25”
Wheels Ibis 738 Very Wide Aluminum Asymmetric Wheelset, 27.5”, Ibis Hubs, Boost, 34mm Inner Width
Tires Maxxis 27.5 x 2.5 Minion DHF WT
Brakes Sram Guide RSC with Centerline 180/160 Rotors
Cranks XO-1 Eagle Carbon 32T Direct Mount. 175mm arms (170mm optional)
Rear Derailleur SRAM Eagle X01 1X12 SPD Rear derailleur
Shift Levers SRAM Eagle X01 12 Speed Trigger
Cassette SRAM Eagle X01 12 Speed Cassette 10-50
Chain SRAM X01 EAGLE Powerlock 12 speed chain
Headset Cane Creek 40 ZS44/ZS56
Grips Lizard Skins Logo
Handlebars Ibis Carbon Handlebar – 760mm width Hi-Fi (riser) or Lo-Fi (Flat)
Stem Thomson 40, 50 or 60mm, or Ibis 60 or 70mm
Seatpost KS LEV Integra, with KGP remote
Saddle Ibis custom saddle, CrMo rails

 

XO1-Eagle Werx

Fork Rock Shox Pike RCT3, BOOST, 160mm, 27.5
Shock Fox Factory FLOAT DPS 3pos w/Adj and EVOL Sleeve with Kashima Coat, 7.875” x 2.25”
Wheels Ibis 742
Tires Maxxis 27.5 x 2.5 Minion DHF WT
Brakes Sram Guide RSC with Centerline 180/160 Rotors
Cranks XO-1 Eagle Carbon 32T Direct Mount. 175mm arms (170mm optional)
Rear Derailleur SRAM Eagle X01 1X12 SPD Rear derailleur
Shift Levers SRAM Eagle X01 12 Speed Trigger
Cassette SRAM Eagle X01 12 Speed Cassette 10-50
Chain SRAM X01 EAGLE Powerlock 12 speed chain
Headset Cane Creek 40 ZS44/ZS56
Grips Lizard Skins Logo
Handlebars Ibis Carbon Handlebar – 760mm width Hi-Fi (riser) or Lo-Fi (Flat)
Stem Thomson 40, 50 or 60mm, or Ibis 60 or 70mm
Seatpost KS LEV Integra, with KGP remote
Saddle Ibis custom saddle, CrMo rails

SETUP GUIDES

TORQUE SPECS

frame w/Fox Float DPS Shock w/Evol sleeve 35 299
frame w/Fox Float X2 Shock 38 599
frame w/Fox Float Performance DPS Shock w/Evol sleeve 33 299

 

XO1-EAGLE – Werx Spec w/742 or 735 carbon wheelset 94 099
XO1-EAGLE – w/Ibis 738 aluminum wheelset 78 799
XT 1X – Werx Spec w/742 or 735 carbon wheelset 88 199
XT 1X – w/Ibis 738 aluminum wheelset 72 999
SLX 1X – Werx Spec w/742 or 735 carbon wheelset 70 599
SLX 1X – w/Ibis 738 aluminum wheelset 55 299
Special Blend 1X – Werx Spec w/742 or 735 carbon wheelset 64 699
Special Blend 1X – w/Ibis 738 aluminum wheelset 49 399