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IBIS BikesIBIS was founded way back in 1981 by Scot Nicol (He is also known as Chuck IBIS and that’s a whole other story…). You can read a note from Scot/Chuck below. There are four partners in IBIS Cycles, Scot, Hans Heim, Tom Morgan and Roxy Lo, or five partners if you count both Scot and Chuck.

IBIS, has been singing the praises of carbon fiber bikes for a long time. They made their first carbon fiber bikes back in 1989. IBIS founder Scot Nicol wrote about carbon in a widely read series of articles on bicycle metallurgy that appeared in VeloNews in the early 90’s. Technology has come a long way since then and IBIS is embracing the latest that carbon technology has to offer.

All IBIS Bikes and frames are engineered around the philosophy that you can design a lightweight bike that's forgiving, stiff, responsive, dependable and most of all...... sexy!  All IBIS frames are built with state of the art carbon fiber.  Why does IBIS choose carbon fiber for all of their bicycle frames yo might ask?  Well the answer is rather simple.  For years, bicycle manufacturers have been trying to create laterally stiff and responsive frames from alloys and other materials, but the downside of metal based stiff frames has always been the transferer / amplification of road and trail vibration through the frame into the rider.  For years, if you wanted a frame with damped vibration, you had to give up stiffness and your bicycles responsiveness would suffer.

This is where carbon fiber comes into play, and exactly why IBIS Bikes has make carbon fiber the choice material for each & every one of their bicycle frames.  Carbon fiber has a very unique characteristic in that it's not only one of the stiffest materials on earth, but it's ability to dampen road and trail vibration is absolutely unseen by any other material around.  This means that every IBIS bicycle is incredibly lightweight, stiff, responsive and does a phenomenal job of absorbing vibration, which means you as the rider are comfortably in complete control of IBIS bicycle every moment that you're riding!  Make your next bicycle purchase an IBIS...... you won't be disappointed!  

Ibis Hakkalugi Disc Frameset
$1,449.00 - $1,799.00
The crunch of fallen, frost-covered leaves is drowned out by the clanging of cowbells as you shoulder your Ibis Hakkalugi Disc for the next steep run-up. Your carbon Hakkalugi frameset boasts a rainbow-striped pedigree that you whole heartedly trust to provide superb handling and a perfect fit. With 135mm rear spacing, a tapered steerer, and a 15mm thru-axle ENVE fork, the Disc-a-lugi is super light and incredibly stiff, perfect for the race course as well as all-day dirt road epics. Plus, there's room for knobby 38mm-wide tires with room to spare for mud. Your cyclocross races will never be the same.
Ibis Mojo HD3 Frameset
$2,899.00 - $4,651.00
Ibis’ Mojo HD3 is exactly what a trail bike should be; it can tackle any climb so you can enjoy your favorite white-knuckle, technical descent or that epically long, bermed flow trail your buddy told you about. A long, low, and slack geometry is paired with 150mm of dw-link suspension for a rig that’s playful, responsive, and confident at Mach 10 speeds. Whether you’re annihilating enduro courses or sending it with your friends, the lightweight carbon frame delivers impressive stiffness that further enhances the bike’s responsiveness. Internal cable routing keeps everything clean and protected, the threaded bottom bracket is foolproof, and there's even room in the front triangle for a full size water bottle. The Mojo HD3 can be built up with 1x and 2x drivetrains or with a chainguide, making it ideal for anything from all-mountain epics to lift-served park days.
Ibis Ripley 29 Frameset
$2,900.00 - $2,930.00
Leave it to the legendary minds at Ibis to create a trail-dominating, brilliantly efficient, 29-inch wheeled work of art. Ibis's Ripley 29 high-tech frameset makes every trail more fun thanks to the 120mm of Fox Float shock and dw-link suspension. This featherweight frameset is a gem and will have you leaving your competition, mouth agape, struggling in your wake. It climbs like a race whip, rails corners, and annihilates the downhills. When you consider its weight and travel, the Ripley frame is fully capable of hanging with the XC crowd on climbs and the enduro guys on the descents, and it even has two water bottle mounts.
Ibis Mojo HD3 (Special Blend 1x)
$3,999.00 - $5,307.00
The evolution of modern mountain bikes is a beautiful thing—just look at Ibis' Mojo HD3. This trail bike is long, low, and slack, with 150mm of all-mountain travel, giving you sled-like fun and dialed control through the steepest and rockiest descents. The impressively lightweight carbon frame, short chainstays, and steep seat angle mean the Mojo climbs as well as some XC bikes. With the third generation of the venerated dw-link, pedaling performance is completely decoupled from suspension travel, making the Mojo feel like a 4-inch bike on the climb and a 7-inch bike when you point it down the mountain. This endure-worthy rig gets you to the top of the trail without leaving you gassed so you can shred the whole way down. Internal cable routing keeps everything clean and protected, the threaded bottom bracket is foolproof, and there's even room in the front triangle for a full size water bottle. Shimano's 1 x 11-speed Deore XT drivetrain delivers buttery smooth, crisp shifts across all conditions, while letting you spin up the steep stuff. You'll have a rock-solid Shimano hydraulic disc brake set to scrub speed if you get a little loose. The Mojo HD3 is the total package, a blur going up and scary fast as you rail berms on the way back down.
Ibis Ripley 29 (Special Blend 1X)
$4,000.00 - $4,613.00
Leave it to the legendary minds at Ibis to create a trail-dominating, brilliantly efficient, 29-inch wheeled work of art. Ibis's Ripley 29 Special Blend 1X makes every trail more fun with a high-tech carbon 120mm-travel frame that includes all the goodies: dw-link suspension, super stiff eccentric links, Shimano 12mm thru-axle, rubber molded chainstay protection, and a beefy, threaded bottom bracket. What's it all mean? This rig climbs like a race whip, slays the corners, and annihilates the downhills. When you consider its weight and travel, it's fully capable of hanging with the XC crowd on climbs and the enduro guys on the descents, and it even has two water bottle mounts.
Ibis Mojo HD3 (Special Blend 2X)
$4,099.00 - $5,407.00
Ibis’ Mojo HD3 is exactly what a trail bike should be; it can tackle any climb so you can enjoy your favorite white-knuckle, technical descent or that epically long, bermed flow trail your buddy told you about. A long, low, and slack geometry is paired with 150mm of dw-link suspension for a rig that’s playful, responsive, and confident at Mach 10 speeds. Whether you’re annihilating enduro courses or sending it with your friends, the lightweight carbon frame delivers impressive stiffness that further enhances the bike’s responsiveness. Internal cable routing keeps everything clean and protected, the threaded bottom bracket is foolproof, and there's even room in the front triangle for a full size water bottle. Shimano's 2 x 11-speed XT drivetrain delivers smooth, crisp shifts with more than enough range to spin up the steep stuff. Rock-solid Shimano hydraulic disc brakes offer impressive speed modulation. The Mojo HD3 is the total package—a blur going up and fast, fun, and nimble on the way back down.
Ibis Ripley 29 (Special Blend 2X)
$4,100.00 - $4,713.00
Leave it to the legendary minds at Ibis to create a trail-dominating, brilliantly efficient, 29-inch wheeled work of art. Ibis's Ripley 29 Special Blend 2X makes every trail more fun with a high-tech carbon 120mm-travel frame that includes all the goodies: dw-link suspension, super stiff eccentric links, Shimano 12mm thru-axle, rubber molded chainstay protection, and a beefy, threaded bottom bracket. What's it all mean? This rig climbs like a race whip, slays the corners and annihilates the downhills. The 11-speed Shimano Deore XT drivetrain delivers smooth, crisp shifts across all conditions, while letting you spin up that steep stuff. What about the drop back down? Don't worry, you'll have a rock-solid Shimano hydraulic disc brake set for speed modulation. When you consider its weight and travel, it's fully capable of hanging with the XC crowd on climbs and the enduro guys on the descents, and it even has two water bottle mounts.
Ibis Hakkalugi Disc (Force CX1)
$4,199.00
The Ibis Hakkalügi Disc, while technically a cyclocross bike, has always been much more. It’s been ridden on road centuries, on epic dirt rides surrounded by others on mountain bikes, and in local underground races. Some of the best rides involve a bit of road and a bit of dirt. And it’s successfully raced cyclocross—quite a few races at that. With its rainbow-striped pedigree, the Hakkalugi offers superb handling and a perfect fit, thanks in part to its carbon construction, 135mm rear spacing, and a tapered steerer. Up front, carbon continues to lead the way with Enve's beautiful and insanely strong thru-axle ’cross fork. There's room for fat tires, too—the frame and fork clear knobby 38mm-wide tires with room to spare for mud. The main highlight of this build is the SRAM Force 1 x 11-speed CX1 groupset, which offers better chain management and smooth shifting no matter what the conditions or terrain. The Shimano mechanical disc brakes let you scrub your speed with ease across all weather conditions and through the most precarious courses. Your cross races will never be the same.
Ibis Hakkalugi Disc (Ultegra)
$4,199.00
With a name that evokes cold mornings, mud-filled pits, and warm waffles Ibis' Hakkalugi Disc Ultegra is ready for 45 minutes of all-out speed and suffering. With a rainbow-striped pedigree, this cyclocross bike offers superb handling and a perfect fit, thanks in part to the carbon construction, 135mm rear spacing and a tapered steerer. Up front, carbon continues to lead the way with Enve's beautiful and insanely strong thru-axle ’cross fork. There's room for fat tires, too; the frame and fork clear knobby 38mm-wide tires with room to spare for mud. The super light and incredibly stiff Disc-alugi is perfect for the race course as well as all-day dirt road explorations. The main highlight of this build, besides the buttery-smooth 11-speed Shimano Ultegra drivetrain and fast-rolling Stan's wheelset, is the Shimano hydraulic disc brakes that let you modulate your speed with ease across all weather conditions and through the most precarious courses. Your cross races will never be the same.
Ibis Mojo HD3 (Special Blend 1X Werx)
$5,399.00 - $6,707.00
If you’re looking for a well-balanced trail bike that can slay the descents, but still comfortably get you to the top of the trail, look no further than Ibis legendary Mojo HD3. It's long, low, and slack for fun, fast, controlled descending and features 150mm of trail-devouring travel. The impressively lightweight carbon frame, short chainstays, and steep seat angle mean the Mojo also climbs as well as some XC bikes. The legendary dw-link decouples pedaling force from suspension, so that this 6-inch bike climbs like a 4-inch XC bike and descends like a 7-inch slayer. Added to this already impressive frame, is Ibis’ own 741 carbon wheelset for quick acceleration, stiff, responsive handling, and an exceptionally wide footprint for traction in even the loosest corners. Internal cable routing keeps everything clean and protected, the threaded bottom bracket is foolproof, and there's even room in the front triangle for a full size water bottle. Shimano's 1 x 11-speed XT drivetrain delivers buttery smooth, crisp shifts and gives you the range to spin up the steep stuff. Plus, rock-solid Shimano hydraulic disc brakes let you scrub speed if things get a little too loose. The Mojo HD3 is the total package—a blur going up and fast, fun, and nimble on the way back down.
Ibis Ripley 29 (Special Blend 1X Werx)
$5,400.00 - $6,013.00
Leave it to the legendary minds at Ibis to create a trail-dominating, brilliantly efficient, 29-inch wheeled work of art. Ibis's Ripley 29 Special Blend 1X makes every trail more fun with a high-tech carbon 120mm-travel frame that includes all the goodies: dw-link suspension, super stiff eccentric links, Shimano 12mm thru-axle, rubber molded chainstay protection, and a beefy, threaded bottom bracket. While the frame is a gem, the wonder of this build are the featherweight, full carbon Ibis 941 Ultra Wide Carbon rims, which are sure to blow the doors off standard aluminum rims. What's it all mean? This rig climbs like a race whip, slays the corners, and annihilates the downhills. When you consider its weight and travel, it's fully capable of hanging with the XC crowd on climbs and the enduro guys on the descents, and it even has two water bottle mounts.
Ibis Mojo HD3 (Special Blend Werx)
$5,487.00 - $6,527.00
With a bike as rad as the Ibis Mojo HD3, you’ll be cashing in all your PTO to shred new trails and ride bigger lines as often as you can. A long, low, and slack geometry is paired with 150mm of dw-link suspension for a rig that’s playful, responsive, and confident at Mach 10 speeds. Whether you’re annihilating enduro courses or sending it with your friends, the lightweight carbon frame delivers impressive stiffness that further enhances the bike’s responsiveness. Internal cable routing keeps everything clean and protected, the threaded bottom bracket is foolproof, and there's even room in the front triangle for a full size water bottle. Added to this killer frame, is Ibis’ own 741 carbon wheelset for quick acceleration, stiff, responsive handling, and an exceptionally wide footprint for traction in even the loosest corners. Shimano's SLX drivetrain and triple crankset offer reliable shifting and a wide range of gears to spin up the steep stuff. Plus, rock-solid Shimano hydraulic disc brakes ensure easy speed modulation. The Mojo HD3 is the total package—a blur going up and fast, fun, and nimble on the way back down.
Ibis Mojo HD3 (Special Blend 2X Werx)
$5,499.00 - $6,807.00
Ibis’ Mojo HD3 is ready for whatever shred-tastic escapades you and your crew can conjure. A long, low, and slack geometry is paired with 150mm of dw-link suspension for a rig that’s playful, responsive, and confident at Mach 10 speeds. Whether you’re annihilating enduro courses or sending it with your friends, the lightweight carbon frame delivers impressive stiffness that further enhances the bike’s responsiveness. Internal cable routing keeps everything clean and protected, the threaded bottom bracket is foolproof, and there's even room in the front triangle for a full size water bottle. Added to this killer frame, is Ibis’ own 741 carbon wheelset for quick acceleration, stiff, responsive handling, and an exceptionally wide footprint for traction in even the loosest corners. Shimano's 2 x 11-speed XT drivetrain delivers smooth, crisp shifts with more than enough range to spin up the steep stuff. Rock-solid Shimano hydraulic disc brakes offer impressive speed modulation. The Mojo HD3 is the total package—a blur going up and fast and fun on the way back down.
Ibis Ripley 29 (Deore XT 1X)
$5,800.00 - $7,413.00
Leave it to the legendary minds at Ibis to create a trail-dominating, brilliantly efficient, 29-inch wheeled work of art. Ibis's Ripley 29 Deore XT 1X makes every trail more fun with a high-tech carbon 120mm-travel frame that includes all the goodies: dw-link suspension, super stiff eccentric links, and a beefy, threaded bottom bracket. The 29er wheels will have you rolling over whatever dares get in your way. What's it all mean? This rig climbs like a race whip, slays the corners and annihilates the downhills. The uber-efficient 1X drivetrain has a wide-range of gears, which lets you spin up even the steepest stuff. What about the drop back down? Don't worry, you'll have a rock-solid Shimano Deore XT hydraulic disc brake set for speed modulation. When you consider its weight and travel, the Ripley is fully capable of hanging with the XC crowd on climbs and the enduro guys on the descents, and it even has two water bottle mounts.
Ibis Ripley 29 (Deore XT)
$5,900.00 - $7,513.00
Leave it to the legendary minds at Ibis to create a trail-dominating, brilliantly efficient, 29-inch wheeled work of art. Ibis's Ripley 29 Deore XT makes every trail more fun with a high-tech carbon 120mm-travel frame that includes all the goodies: dw-link suspension, super stiff eccentric links, and a beefy, threaded bottom bracket. The 29er wheels will have you rolling over whatever dare get in your way. What's it all mean? This rig climbs like a race whip, slays the corners and annihilates the downhills. The 11-speed Shimano Deore XT drivetrain delivers buttery smooth, crisp shifts across all conditions, while letting you spin up the steep stuff. What about the drop back down? Don't worry, you'll have a rock-solid Shimano Deore XT hydraulic disc brake set for speed modulation. When you consider its weight and travel, it's fully capable of hanging with the XC crowd on climbs and the enduro guys on the descents, and it even has two water bottle mounts.
Ibis Mojo HD3 (Deore XT 1X)
$5,998.00 - $7,678.99
If you’re looking for a well-balanced trail bike that can slay the descents, but still comfortably get you to the top of the trail, look no further than Ibis legendary Mojo HD3. A long, low, and slack geometry is paired with 150mm of dw-link suspension for a rig that’s playful, responsive, and confident at Mach 10 speeds. Whether you’re annihilating enduro courses or sending it with your friends, the lightweight carbon frame delivers impressive stiffness that further enhances the bike’s responsiveness. Internal cable routing keeps everything clean and protected, the threaded bottom bracket is foolproof, and there's even room in the front triangle for a full size water bottle. Shimano's 1 x 11-speed XT drivetrain delivers smooth, crisp shifts with more than enough range to spin up the steep stuff. Rock-solid Shimano hydraulic disc brakes offer impressive speed modulation. The Mojo HD3 is the total package—a blur going up and fast, fun, and nimble on the way back down.
Ibis Mojo HD3 (Deore XT)
$6,099.00 - $7,779.00
Ibis’ Mojo HD3 is ready for whatever shred-tastic escapades you and your crew can conjure. A long, low, and slack geometry is paired with 150mm of dw-link suspension for a rig that’s playful, responsive, and confident at Mach 10 speeds. Whether you’re annihilating enduro courses or sending it with your friends, the lightweight carbon frame delivers impressive stiffness that further enhances the bike’s responsiveness. Internal cable routing keeps everything clean and protected, the threaded bottom bracket is foolproof, and there's even room in the front triangle for a full size water bottle. Shimano's 2 x 11-speed XT drivetrain delivers smooth, crisp shifts with more than enough range to spin up the steep stuff. Rock-solid Shimano hydraulic disc brakes offer impressive speed modulation. The Mojo HD3 is the total package—a blur going up and fast, fun, and nimble on the way back down.
Ibis Ripley 29 (X01)
$6,100.00 - $7,713.00
Leave it to the legendary minds at Ibis to create a trail-dominating, brilliantly efficient, 29-inch wheeled work of art. Ibis's Ripley 29 X01 makes every trail more fun with a high-tech carbon 120mm-travel frame that includes all the goodies: dw-link suspension, super stiff eccentric links, and a beefy, threaded bottom bracket. The 29er wheels will have you rolling over whatever dare get in your way. What's it all mean? This rig climbs like a race whip, slays the corners, and annihilates the downhills. Developed and crafted by some of the sharpest racing-centric minds in the industry; the snappy, efficient X01 11-speed drivetrain offers a wide-range of gears so you can run through your sprocket with the click of a finger while spinning up even the steepest terrain. What about the drop back down? Don't worry, you'll have a rock-solid set of Avid Guide hydraulic disc brakes for intuitive speed modulation. When you consider its weight and travel, it's fully capable of hanging with the XC crowd on climbs and the enduro guys on the descents, and it even has two water bottle mounts.
Ibis Mojo HD3 (X01)
$6,199.00 - $8,178.99
Ibis’ Mojo HD3 is ready for whatever shred-tastic escapades you and your crew can conjure. A long, low, and slack geometry is paired with 150mm of dw-link suspension for a rig that’s playful, responsive, and confident at Mach 10 speeds. Whether you’re annihilating enduro courses or sending it with your friends, the lightweight carbon frame delivers impressive stiffness that further enhances the bike’s responsiveness. Internal cable routing keeps everything clean and protected, the threaded bottom bracket is foolproof, and there's even room in the front triangle for a full size water bottle. SRAM’s X01 11-speed drivetrain offers crisp, light action and a wide enough range to tackle any terrain, and Avid Guide RSC brakes offer phenomenal modulation so you can effortlessly scrub speed. The Mojo HD3 is the total package—a blur going up and fast, fun, and nimble on the way back down.
Ibis Mojo HD3 (XTR 1X)
$6,499.00 - $8,478.99
Ibis’ Mojo HD3 is ready for whatever shred-tastic escapades you and your crew can conjure. A long, low, and slack geometry is paired with 150mm of dw-link suspension for a rig that’s playful, responsive, and confident at Mach 10 speeds. Whether you’re annihilating enduro courses or sending it with your friends, the lightweight carbon frame delivers impressive stiffness that further enhances the bike’s responsiveness. Internal cable routing keeps everything clean and protected, the threaded bottom bracket is foolproof, and there's even room in the front triangle for a full size water bottle. Shimano's 1 x 11-speed XTR drivetrain delivers crisp, precise shifts with more than enough range to spin up the steep stuff. Rock-solid Shimano XTR hydraulic disc brakes offer impressive speed modulation. The Mojo HD3 is the total package—a blur going up and fast, fun, and nimble on the way back down.
Ibis Ripley 29 (Deore XT 1X Werx)
$7,230.00 - $7,712.00
Leave it to the legendary minds at Ibis to create a trail-dominating, brilliantly efficient, 29-inch wheeled work of art. Ibis's Ripley 29 Deore XT 1X Werx makes every trail more fun with a high-tech carbon 120mm-travel frame that includes all the goodies: dw-link suspension, super stiff eccentric links, and a beefy, threaded bottom bracket. While the frame is a gem, the wonder of this build are the featherweight, full carbon Ibis 941 Ultra Wide Carbon rims, which will have you leaving your competition, mouth agape, struggling in your wake. What's it all mean? This rig climbs like a race whip, slays the corners, and annihilates the downhills. The uber-efficient Shimano Deore XT 1 x 11-speed drivetrain has a wide-range of gears so you can spin up even the steepest stuff. What about the drop back down? Don't worry, you'll have a rock-solid Shimano Deore XT hydraulic disc brake set for speed modulation. When you consider its weight and travel, the Ripley is fully capable of hanging with the XC crowd on climbs and the enduro guys on the descents, and it even has two water bottle mounts.
Ibis Ripley 29 (Deore XT Werx)
$7,300.00 - $7,513.00
Leave it to the legendary minds at Ibis to create a trail-dominating, brilliantly efficient, 29-inch wheeled work of art. Ibis's Ripley 29 Deore XT-WX makes every trail more fun with a high-tech carbon 120mm-travel frame that includes all the goodies: dw-link suspension, super stiff eccentric links, and a beefy, threaded bottom bracket. While the frame is a gem, the wonder of this build is the featherweight, full carbon Ibis 941 Ultra Wide Carbon wheelset that will have you leaving your competition, mouth agape, struggling in your wake. What's it all mean? This rig climbs like a race whip, slays the corners and annihilates the downhills. The 11-speed Shimano Deore XT drivetrain delivers buttery smooth, crisp shifts across all conditions, while letting you spin up the steep stuff. What about the drop back down? Don't worry, you'll have a rock-solid Shimano Deore XT hydraulic disc brake set for speed modulation. When you consider its weight and travel, it's fully capable of hanging with the XC crowd on climbs and the enduro guys on the descents, and it even has two water bottle mounts.
Ibis Ripley 29 (X01 Werx)
$7,300.00 - $7,812.00
Leave it to the legendary minds at Ibis to create a trail-dominating, brilliantly efficient, 29-inch wheeled work of art. Ibis's Ripley 29 X01-WX makes every trail more fun with a high-tech carbon 120mm-travel frame that includes all the goodies: dw-link suspension, super stiff eccentric links, and a beefy, threaded bottom bracket. While the frame is a gem, the wonder of this build are the featherweight, full carbon Ibis 941 Ultra Wide Carbon rims, which will have you leaving your competition, mouth agape, struggling in your wake. What's it all mean? This rig climbs like a race whip, slays the corners, and annihilates the downhills. Developed and crafted by some of the sharpest racing-centric minds in the industry; the snappy, efficient X01 drivetrain offers a wide-range of gear selection, which lets you run through your sprocket with the click of a finger, while spinning up rough, steep terrain. What about the drop back down? Don't worry, you'll have a rock-solid set of Avid Guide RSC hydraulic disc brakes for intuitive speed modulation. When you consider its weight and travel, the Ripley is fully capable of hanging with the XC crowd on climbs and the enduro guys on the descents, and it even has two water bottle mounts.
Ibis Mojo HD3 (Deore XT 1X Werx)
$7,399.00 - $7,729.00
If you’re looking for a well-balanced trail bike that can slay the descents, but still comfortably get you to the top of the trail, look no further than Ibis legendary Mojo HD3. A long, low, and slack geometry is paired with 150mm of dw-link suspension for a rig that’s playful, responsive, and confident at Mach 10 speeds. Whether you’re annihilating enduro courses or sending it with your friends, the lightweight carbon frame delivers impressive stiffness that further enhances the bike’s responsiveness. Internal cable routing keeps everything clean and protected, the threaded bottom bracket is foolproof, and there's even room in the front triangle for a full size water bottle. Added to this killer frame, is Ibis’ own 741 carbon wheelset for quick acceleration, stiff, responsive handling, and an exceptionally wide footprint for traction in even the loosest corners. Shimano's 1 x 11-speed XT drivetrain delivers smooth, crisp shifts with more than enough range to spin up the steep stuff. Rock-solid Shimano hydraulic disc brakes offer impressive speed modulation. The Mojo HD3 is the total package—a blur going up and fast, fun, and nimble on the way back down.
Ibis Mojo HD3 (Deore XT Werx)
$7,499.00 - $7,829.00
Ibis’ Mojo HD3 is exactly what a trail bike should be; it can tackle any climb so you can enjoy your favorite white-knuckle, technical descent or that epically long, bermed flow trail your buddy told you about. A long, low, and slack geometry is paired with 150mm of dw-link suspension for a rig that’s playful, responsive, and confident at Mach 10 speeds. Whether you’re annihilating enduro courses or sending it with your friends, the lightweight carbon frame delivers impressive stiffness that further enhances the bike’s responsiveness. Internal cable routing keeps everything clean and protected, the threaded bottom bracket is foolproof, and there's even room in the front triangle for a full size water bottle. Added to this killer frame, is Ibis’ own 741 carbon wheelset for quick acceleration, stiff, responsive handling, and an exceptionally wide footprint for traction in even the loosest corners. Shimano's 2 x 11-speed XT drivetrain delivers smooth, crisp shifts with more than enough range to spin up the steep stuff. Rock-solid Shimano hydraulic disc brakes offer impressive speed modulation. The Mojo HD3 is the total package—a blur going up and fast, fun, and nimble on the way back down.
Ibis Mojo HD3 (X01 Werx)
$7,599.00 - $8,228.00
Ibis’ Mojo HD3 is exactly what a trail bike should be; it can tackle any climb so you can enjoy your favorite white-knuckle, technical descent or that epically long, bermed flow trail your buddy told you about. A long, low, and slack geometry is paired with 150mm of dw-link suspension for a rig that’s playful, responsive, and confident at Mach 10 speeds. Whether you’re annihilating enduro courses or sending it with your friends, the lightweight carbon frame delivers impressive stiffness that further enhances the bike’s responsiveness. Internal cable routing keeps everything clean and protected, the threaded bottom bracket is foolproof, and there's even room in the front triangle for a full size water bottle. Added to this killer frame, is Ibis’ own 741 carbon wheelset for quick acceleration, stiff, responsive handling, and an exceptionally wide footprint for traction in even the loosest corners. SRAM’s X01 11-speed drivetrain offers crisp, light action and a wide enough range to tackle any terrain, and Avid Guide RSC brakes offer phenomenal modulation so you can effortlessly scrub speed. The Mojo HD3 is the total package—a blur going up and fast, fun, and nimble on the way back down.
Ibis Ripley 29 (XTR 1X)
$8,400.00 - $8,613.00
Leave it to the legendary minds at Ibis to create a trail-dominating, brilliantly efficient, 29-inch wheeled work of art. Ibis's Ripley 29 XTR 1X makes every trail more fun with a high-tech carbon 120mm-travel frame that includes all the goodies: dw-link suspension, super stiff eccentric links, and a beefy, threaded bottom bracket. While the frame is a gem, the wonder of this build is the featherweight, full carbon Ibis 941 Ultra Wide Carbon wheelset, which will have you leaving your competition, mouth agape, struggling in your wake. What's it all mean? This rig climbs like a race whip, slays the corners, and annihilates the downhills. Shimano's uber efficient 1 x 11-speed XTR is a marvel of modern design. The stunning aesthetics are complimented by incredible functionality, which lets you run through your sprocket with the click of a finger, while spinning up rough, steep terrain. What about the drop back down? Don't worry, you'll have a rock-solid set of Shimano XTR hydraulic disc brakes for intuitive speed modulation. When you consider its weight and travel, the Ripley is fully capable of hanging with the XC crowd on climbs and the enduro guys on the descents, and it even has two water bottle mounts.
Ibis Mojo HD3 (XTR 1X Werx)
$8,598.00 - $9,227.00
Ibis’ Mojo HD3 is ready for whatever shred-tastic escapades you and your crew can conjure. A long, low, and slack geometry is paired with 150mm of dw-link suspension for a rig that’s playful, responsive, and confident at Mach 10 speeds. Whether you’re annihilating enduro courses or sending it with your friends, the lightweight carbon frame delivers impressive stiffness that further enhances the bike’s responsiveness. Internal cable routing keeps everything clean and protected, the threaded bottom bracket is foolproof, and there's even room in the front triangle for a full size water bottle. Added to this killer frame, is Ibis’ own 741 carbon wheelset for quick acceleration, stiff, responsive handling, and an exceptionally wide footprint for traction in even the loosest corners. Shimano's 1 x 11-speed XTR drivetrain delivers crisp, precise shifts with more than enough range to spin up the steep stuff. Rock-solid Shimano XTR hydraulic disc brakes offer impressive speed modulation. The Mojo HD3 is the total package—a blur going up and fast, fun, and nimble on the way back down.
Ibis Ripley 29 (XTR 2X)
$8,600.00 - $8,813.00
Leave it to the legendary minds at Ibis to create a trail-dominating, brilliantly efficient, 29-inch wheeled work of art. Ibis's Ripley 29 XTR 2X makes every trail more fun with a high-tech carbon 120mm-travel frame that includes all the goodies: dw-link suspension, super stiff eccentric links, and a beefy, threaded bottom bracket. While the frame is a gem, the wonder of this build are the featherweight, Ibis full carbon rims, which will have you leaving your competition, mouth agape, struggling in your wake. What's it all mean? This rig climbs like a race whip, slays the corners, and annihilates the downhills. Shimano's 2 x 11-speed XTR is a marvel of modern design. The stunning aesthetics are complimented by an incredible functionality that lets you run through your cassette with the flick of a finger while spinning up rough, steep terrain. What about the drop back down? Don't worry, you'll have a rock-solid set of Shimano XTR hydraulic disc brakes for intuitive speed modulation. When you consider its weight and travel, the Ripley is fully capable of hanging with the XC crowd on climbs and the enduro guys on the descents, and it even has two water bottle mounts.
Ibis Ripley 29 (XX1)
$8,600.00 - $8,813.00
Leave it to the legendary minds at Ibis to create a trail-dominating, brilliantly efficient, 29-inch wheeled work of art. Ibis's Ripley 29 XX1 makes every trail more fun with a high-tech carbon, 120mm-travel frame that includes all the goodies: dw-link suspension, super stiff eccentric links, and a beefy, threaded bottom bracket. While the frame is a gem, the wonder of this build is the featherweight, Ibis full carbon wheelset, which will have you leaving your competition, mouth agape, struggling in your wake. What's it all mean? This rig climbs like a race whip, slays the corners, and annihilates the downhills. Developed and crafted by some of the sharpest racing-centric minds in the industry; the SRAM XX1 drivetrain is a picture of efficiency and speed that offers a wide-range of gears that let you spin up the steepest terrain. What about the drop back down? Don't worry, you'll have a rock-solid set of Avid Guide RSC hydraulic disc brakes for intuitive speed modulation. When you consider its weight and travel, the Ripley is fully capable of hanging with the XC crowd on climbs and the enduro guys on the descents, and it even has two water bottle mounts.
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