Ibis Mojo HDR 650b 27.5 Full Suspension

5/5 (4 Reviews)
MSRP : $5599.99


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Product Description

Shimano's XT line has always been a noble workhorse that's also able to pull double-duty in a steeplechase, which happens to be a picture-perfect match for the Ibis Mojo HDR 650b. A modern interpretation of the mountain bike, the latest Ibis is ready to tackle tough lines, yet it's light enough...


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Mike fowler a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: June 15, 2015

Strengths:    Climbing downhill just about everything

Weaknesses:    None

Bottom Line:   
Got the bike on sale upgraded wheelset tires
Love this bike it's so fun climbs great turns on a dime
Downhill omg sooooo good reminds me of my old nomad
Took it to mammoth so fun!!!!!

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Favorite Trail:   Tapia

Duration Product Used:   1 month

Price Paid:    $3300.00

Purchased At:   Competitive cyclist

Similar Products Used:   Nomad anthem 29er spider


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Graveldad a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: June 10, 2015

Strengths:    Comfortable, fast, amazing handling

Weaknesses:    Fox fork isn't as plush as the cane creek inline shock

Bottom Line:   
Got this bike for a great price during the HD3 announcement blowout sales. I'm totally good with slightly obsolete equipment when it's the former best available and the pricing is good. Competitive cyclist had full XT bikes for $3300, I added a dropper post and two sets of pedals (XT trails and saint flats) and got it delivered for $3700. I had been drooling over these for a while but just couldn't do it at full price, even though I think it was a good bike at $5600. The sale price was just irresistible! The bike climbs very good, considering its weight, it's really comfortable for long rides and it goes downhills fast and accurately. I might do some upgrades to drop the weight, carbon wheels and a 2016 fox 34 might be in my future, but even with no changes I'm really happy with this bike!

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Duration Product Used:   3 months, 400 miles

Price Paid:    $3700.00

Purchased At:   Competitive cyclist

Bike Setup:   XT, KS dropper, 2.4 conti mk2 tires, cane creek db inline shock, XT trail or saint flat pedals.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Niko a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: July 5, 2014

Strengths:    Climbing, riding, Dow hill....had everything.

Weaknesses:    No

Bottom Line:   
I love it, excellent bike.

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Favorite Trail:   Nobel cayon

Duration Product Used:   6

Price Paid:    $5700.00

Purchased At:   Cal coast.

Similar Products Used:   Santa Cruz Branson.

Bike Setup:   No

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by benja55

Date Reviewed: January 15, 2014

Strengths:    Where to start... i guess the ride. the HD and now the HDR just ride amazingly well. they're just really well balanced, true trail bikes that do everything well. super stiff, robust chassis that goes where you point it. i was riding an HD 160 for several years and was curious about 27.5 when the HDR was introduced so i just went for it. going from the HD 160 to the hdr 27.5 with 130mm travel was not a step back. there may be rides where the extra inch of travel might have been noticed, but so far i haven't found them! the bike climbs incredibly well, and goes down even better. I've got fox 2014 CTD kit on mine and it's been great. much better then the 2013 stuff. running XX1 and it lives up to the hype. solid and silent. haven't dropped a chain.



Weaknesses:    I really can't say much except for maybe tire clearance in the back. there are some huge 2.35/2.4 tires out there, and not all of them are going to be a comfy fit on this bike. I've run big 2.25 rubber in back (Ardents, Nobby Nics, Neo Motos) and they're great. had a minor issue with the KS LEV post, but KStook care of it.

Bottom Line:   
If you're in the market for a proper mountain bike/trail bike/all mountain bike, the HDR is the sh!t. this is a true "do it all" bike, especially if you want the flexibility of being able to switch from 26" and 27.5" for different uses. I love this thing!

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