Ridden by one of the top teams of the Enduro World Circuit. The new Mojo HD3 is all Enduro.
Already an extremely popular bike for the hardcore enthusiasts, the Mojo HD3 gets the right kind of tweaks to make it that much better.
Firstly it's Boost and Plus compatible, so you can run up to 2.8" tyres for incredible traction and the Boost rear end gives more clearance and improves stiffness. Some mention cornering on the Mojo HD3 is just like Velcro.
The latest iteration of the Dw-Link, progressive and ultra modern long low and slack geometry and 150mm of smooth plush travel. The internal routing is now neater and fitment for a water bottle cage in the main triangle. A drop in weight brings this it into the lightweight XC climbing category.
Kinematics are now in par with some of the best, with around 100% of anti-squat throughout an 11speed cassette paired with a 32t chainring. This means when you pedal - your power goes into the rear wheel without compressing or de-compressing your suspension. Lovely, smooth suspension with all that snappy pedaling performance.
Whatever your style of riding - weekend smasher or EWS racer the Mojo HD3 is built for you and it's 100% proven to tackle the gnarliest terrain even if its not at race pace.
- 150mm travel with DW-LINK
- Compatible with a 150mm front fork
- FOX Factory Float DPS 3 Position EVOL, Kashima
- 68mm BSA threaded BB
- ISCG05 Compatible (optional)
- Polycarb downtube protector
- 1x or 2x compatible (with removable DM adapter)
- 31.6mm Seatpost
- 27.5 / 27.5+ compatibility
- Boost 110/148
- Weight: 2,685g
- ZS44 / ZS56 Headset
- ISCG05 compatible
- Available in Black, Blue and Green
"How good is the new Ibis Mojo HD3? So good that our tester bought the sample instead of sending it back to Ibis." Bikeradar.com / Editors choice awards
"A great balance of geometry and pedaling performance that make the bike an incredibly versatile 6" travel bike" Crankjoy.com
"Ibis has created one of the best-balanced all-mountain bikes on the market", Bikemag.com
"Ibis has done well taking the phrase 'all-round' to the next level", Pinkbike.com