Ibis Mojo HD5 27.5 Full Suspension

DESCRIPTION

Enduro World Series tested and team-approved, the HD5 lives for ragged descents combined with real-world climbs requiring efficiency, positioning and poise. Which it delivers in spades. It"s the ultimate 27.5” brawler, living to ride as hard up as down with 153mm of dw-link controlled travel and a 170mm fork. 76 degrees of climbing we"d like you to meet 64.2 degrees of descending.

  Available Models:

  • SRAM Build:-NX Eagle ,GX,X01 AXS
  • Shimano Build:-SLX,XT,XTR

USER REVIEWS

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[Aug 09, 2021]
kenithj


OVERALL
RATING
5
Strength:

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Weakness:

very nice thanks

Price Paid:
50000
Purchased:
Used  
Model Year:
2021
[Jul 31, 2021]
xdibbert


OVERALL
RATING
5
Strength:

Choose a sports car based on your needs: You need to clearly determine what purpose the bike you buy is for and for whom, from there, you can localize the type of bike you want to buy. Choosing a sport bike based on the price of the car: The price of sports cars today is very diverse, ranging from a few million to several tens of millions of cookie clicker dong. Therefore, you should consider based on your financial ability to choose the model with the most suitable price. Choosing a bike based on style and design: With a bicycle, the brakes and the chassis are two extremely important factors. With car brakes, you should choose the type with disc brakes, rim brakes while the chassis should be made of titanium, carbon, aluminum and steel to ensure durability and certainty.

Weakness:

too good to be true

Purchased:
New  
Model Year:
2020
[Aug 08, 2021]
shadowsports


OVERALL
RATING
5
Strength:

What a fantastic bike. The HD5 continues to evolve. More refinements improve over previous generations. Its a sleeper that will surprise you. Notable strengths - Going up - Comfortable and efficient climbing ability. The bikes seat tube angle, shock and slack head tube improves pedaling efficiency. You get maximum power transfer to the drivetrain instead of bob and compression. This decreases fatigue and minimizes recovery time. Going down. This is where the magic happens. The extra travel on the HD5 is super plush. It really soaks up the bumps. The suspension can be dialed in for any riding style, terrain and preference. Its super stable and hugs the ground well. I've ridden the bike with the traction tune set up and standard fox recommendations. The traction tune is great for rutty, single track trails. I like the standard tune more for jumps. Either way you can always make changes to rebound and dampening with a few clicks or a pump. I like the 27.5 wheels because most of my riding is single track. I find the smaller wheels and shorter wheelbase a better match for the type of riding I do most. Bigger wheels have their place, but this all depends on what and where you ride most. I went with the SLX build. Its a solid midrange group set that provides reliable performance that won't break the bank. Not the lightest, but also not delicate. I've owned many bikes with similar SRAM group sets and have had equally good luck. Just not a huge fan of the GX group.

Weakness:

Weakness. The bike industry's inability to acknowledge and fully embrace how great this bike is. Its design, build quality and performance are praised, but it wasn't warmly received because "trusted" reviewers couldn't classify the bike with one identity (Gravity, Enduro, Downhill). When the truth is its extremely versatile and capable in a multitude of riding situations and conditions. I'm not saying this just because I own one. Whether you are climbing, jumping, pointing it downhill or carving your favorite single track, it delivers reliably in confidence and fun factor. Ibis bikes sizing is much different than bikes from other manufacturers. You may always be the same size with other bikes, but you may need to size up with an Ibis. Their geometry is different. Seat tube and head tube angle can have a big effect on reach. If you are considering an HD you are already aware how important it is to test ride any bike before purchase.

Purchased:
New  
Model Year:
2020
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