What goes up must come down... out for a spin on the Mojo HDR 650b. Seeing how it rides over some of the larger jumps on Teton Pass (with some fairly low angle landings too!) Turns out you won't burst into flames with less than 150mm…or WILL YOU? Pretty straightforward helmet cam, shot at 30 fps on a GoPro Hero3 Silver.
When William Saroyan described the bicycle as the noblest invention of humankind, I doubt he imagined the souped up carbon hotness we use to blast around the woods with a primary goal of increasing the serotonin and dopamine levels in our brains.
Ibis Cycles (IbisCycles.com) is releasing the Mojo HDR and they take a pretty big step in maintaining the Mojo as the most versatile mountain bike in the world. (*In my humble opinion.)
I don't know the actual angles and numbers on the bike- Ibis will tell you today- but it is hands down the most versatile, wickedly fun, and fast bike I've been on. The level of engineering on this frame begs for components that match, and I went with what I describe as a strong & sexy build. My Mojo HDR came set up for 650b (27.5") wheels and I'm rolling on the simply beautiful ENVE composites AM wheelset. Quite choice.
The Mojo HDR 650b is a cold blooded KOM killer. You'll make your friends quit Strava.