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Ibis releases fourth-generation Mojo HD trail bike

Published May 30, 2017

SANTA CRUZ, Calif. (BRAIN) — Ibis Cycles has revealed the fourth generation of its Mojo HD trail bike, called the HD4.

The HD4 has 27.5-inch wheels and 150mm of rear wheel travel, using the latest iteration of the dw-link suspension design.

"Building on the success of the HD3 and its predecessors, the HD4 has been further refined and optimized to handle the steepest, most aggressive terrain found worldwide. Testing over the past year was conducted throughout Northern California's most rugged backcountry trails and also by members of our Enduro World Series team," the company said.

The new model has a slacker, 64.5-degree headtube angle, and has reach increases across the size range. The company said the suspension linkages are stiffer. It also shortened the seat tube height and increased the bore depth to allow longer-drop dropper posts. 

Ibis increased the progression in shock leverage curve for better big-hit performance and re-engineered the carbon layup for greater frame stiffness overall. 

It will be available in Fireball Red or Añejo Silver & Lime colorways. 

It will begin shipping worldwide June 15. Complete bike pricing will range from $4,200 to $9,400, depending on parts.

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