The Ibis Cycles Mojo 4 is a new 130mm travel, carbon fiber trail bike that enjoys a lot of input from the HD5. But how does it fit into the story of the Mojo family?
I’ve been riding the Orbea Occam quite a bit lately, and I’m hoping to do a wrap-up video on my thoughts on that bike, but I’m riding the RipmoV2 here to get reacquainted with my standard for 29” long travel bikes. This thing is FAST, it honestly got a little sketchy on the descent! The…
The riding in the San Gabriel mountain range in LA is unbelievable! We rode up to Mount Lukens- the highest point in LA at 5’066 ft. This edit is a favorite from a bit back, and this bike is still a favorite of mine- and many others- today.
New Ibis Bicycles release: the Ripmo AF. An aluminum version of the Ripmo 145.
Check out the new Ibis DV9 at Jenson USA here: http://bit.ly/2N9Ejdx What a cool bike! A $999 frame that weighs only 2.6lbs and sports a 67.4° head angle! YES!!! I’ll share with ya some of my initial observations of this new bike. Turns out this bike is a size large here, so on a medium,…
For all those who are following the Mojo 3 build vlog, here’s a bit of a throw back- my first ride on the bike with that size large front triangle!
All bikes have a story behind them, and for many of the bikes I ride daily, that story is Andy Jacques-Maynes!
Ibis had no chance to simply mirror what the Asian factories are doing, as those processes are HIGHLY labor intensive. Ibis instead thought about how they could make the process within their own limitations, and to do that, they had to be as efficient and automated as possible.