Is Nate's test rig running a Lyrik? I would love to hear from people about how "all-mountain-ish/light freerde-ish" a Mojo can be built. Any plans to increase travel on the Mojo or release a new design next year?
mmm...northstar....That place is rad. And for those who haven't had the opportunity of riding there, the trails are exceedingly burly. I felt under equipped with my 7" travel dh rig. So if the mojo can withstand that sort of abuse I really have no fears of me breaking mine.
Ok...so that small 3ft drop I shy'ed away from cause I was to worried about breaking my spanking new frame was something I could of done... I use to cruize over it with my Switchblade... I am just so scared of breaking this beauty
It won't break! I know first hand that this bike can take everything I can dish out! I don't huck, but I hit air off two to three foot drops all the time and the bike holds it's own very well!
The only problems that I've experienced are component, which happen anyway!
Worn out uppers on Fox RLC (3 overhauls)
New XTR rings, chain & cassette.
New ceramic BB bearings
Rear Derailleur (Broken Spring)
Two Broken XTR spokes (1 front & 1 back, both drive side)
Three Sets of Kenda Nevegals.
New Handlebar Grips
& Lots of frikkin good rides!
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