Ringlé Mojo Extras

4/5 (6 Reviews)
MSRP : $15.00


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Ringle Mojo


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by DANGER6 a Downhiller from Centennial,CO U.S.

Date Reviewed: May 27, 2010

Strengths:    Color,design, Longevity

Weaknesses:    Outdated

Bottom Line:   
Now one of the most coveted brake components to date

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Favorite Trail:   Dinosuar Ridge (unmarked)

Duration Product Used:   More than 3 years

Price Paid:    $12.00

Purchased At:   Bike shop

Similar Products Used:   all of the above


Overall Rating:4
Submitted by fat pat a cross-country rider from lima ohio

Date Reviewed: October 24, 1997

Bottom Line:   

forget Thomas Canaday's Gripe about needing a really small allen. It comes with it. If you do buy this you will need to locktight the set screws in place or the straddle cable bolts will rattle free and you will never see them again. This is OK because they are really not needed, but if you want them locktight them. other than that they look good as a front hanger and hold the brake cable very tightly. They kick the ever lovin shit outa the little shimano pills that come stock with most cantis. As usual a well designed product from Ringle but they loose a chili for not telling me to locktight the bolts right on the package.
P.S. ALWAYS locktight evry fastener on your brakes.

Overall Rating:5
Submitted by Alfredo a cross-country rider from Atlanta, GA

Date Reviewed: January 3, 1997

Bottom Line:   


I liked the mojo and looks really cool. When I bought V-brakes Idid not know what to whith it. Well, I turned it into a key chain. It can be used for many things. Worth the money.

Overall Rating:3
Submitted by Nathan Mesich a cross-country rider from Silverton, Co, USA

Date Reviewed: October 9, 1996

Bottom Line:   


The Ringle' MoJo not only looks cool, but offers great ease of adjustability. I am very happy with mine, definetly worth $15

Overall Rating:3
Submitted by Thomas Canaday a cross-country rider from Aurora, Co USA

Date Reviewed: June 24, 1996

Bottom Line:   


The Ringle Mojo is all trick. It looks cool though but it is rather
pricey for what you are getting. You will need a rather small
allen wrench to attach this to you brake cable and straddle cable
however.

Overall Rating:4
Submitted by James Grunenberg a cross-country rider from Ohio

Date Reviewed: June 14, 1996

Bottom Line:   


Mor bike toys. (My favorite parts.) The mojo is a simple straddle
cable hanger. (No longer trendy with V-Brakes). It works well, allows fixed
cable positions (with small allen screws) and comes in formerly trendy anodized
colors. If you still run Cantilevers, and not the trendy new stuff these work
fine. I still love em, and the personalazation they give to my bikes.

Reviews 1 - 6 (6 Reviews Total)

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Mojo HDR-650b-What setting for Cane Creek DB Air?

Cane creek only lists a base tune for the HD on their website and this is what I've started with. So far I've found nobody posting their tune and I haven't had a response to my post in the Cane Creek lounge. Any input from someone running the CCDBA would be much appreciated!Read More »

Mojo SL or SL-R with 27.5 Front and 26" Rear? Anyone?

I like the ride of both my 26" Mojo HD and 650b TRc bikes. I also like the fit and weight of the Mojo SL or SL-R. Why not combine both? I'd rather put 27.5 on the rear too but the SL or SL-R won't fit my tire choice, the Schwalbe Nobby Nic 2.35. Anyone run this combo of 27.5 front and 26" rear?Read More »

Ibis Mojo linkage bolt problem

My mojo's suspension started making an awful crunching sound at the end of my last ride. I had a chance to look at it tonight and found to my horror that one of the linkage bolts backed out and started to eat the seat tube. I am left with a few questions, the first I which brig how the hell am I sup ... Read More »

Mojo HDR 650 sizing - did I go too small?

I have two rides on a new medium HDRb and think the frame may be too small. I'm 5 foot, 9.5 "with a 32" inseam. Stem is 90 deg and rails on saddle are all the way back. Pedaling position (KOP) is OK, but on descents I feel like I'm constantly pushing my rear back behind the saddle far more than to w ... Read More »

Will a 12x135 rear wheel fit a 10x135 Mojo SL?

I'm looking to get some new wheels for my Mojo SL and really like the Mavic Crossmax SLR wheelset. However, the SL comes with 10x135, and the SLR's are 12x135--and it doesn't look like Mavic makes an adapter. Anyone know if these wheels will work with the SL? Thanks!Read More »

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